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iBUYPOWER TRA1348GV2 Gaming Desktop - 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9700K - GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER $1599.99

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iBUYPOWER TRA1348GV2 Gaming Desktop - 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9700K - GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER $1599.99


https://www.costco.com/.product.100507739.html

Credit to Scurbdog for posting this originally. This dropped off of Costco's website but just came back on 5/31 at midnight ET. if anyone is interested. I was able to place the order successfully.
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I bought one too. I'll play around with it and see what I think of it. With Costco's 90 return policy, it's a no risk trial run. My old IBUYPOWER rig from 5 years ago has been great. Only thing I had to do to it was replace the stock (loud and ineffective) CPU cooler. I was looking for an upgrade as I'm still rocking an R9 380.

This deal gets even better with Costco's 1% exec membership or 2% CB (with their CC). Though the best way to do it is to pay with your Discover card which is 5% CB (up to $75) at warehouse clubs this quarter plus the 1% CB for executive membership.
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I bought one too. I'll play around with it and see what I think of it. With Costco's 90 return policy, it's a no risk trial run. My old IBUYPOWER rig from 5 years ago has been great. Only thing I had to do to it was replace the stock (loud and ineffective) CPU cooler. I was looking for an upgrade as I'm still rocking an R9 380.

This deal gets even better with Costco's 1% exec membership or 2% CB (with their CC). Though the best way to do it is to pay with your Discover card which is 5% CB (up to $75) at warehouse clubs this quarter plus the 1% CB for executive membership.
Yea... but you get extra 2 years warranty with costco CC. Thats 4 years of warranty, although im not sure what it exactly covers, and im not sure how they will like me taking the gpu appart to liquid cool it lol
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Yea... but you get extra 2 years warranty with costco CC. Thats 4 years of warranty, although im not sure what it exactly covers, and im not sure how they will like me taking the gpu appart to liquid cool it lol
I had heard that as well about the extra 2 years of warranty but I passed. Last thing I need is credit card debt at Costco so I'll take my chances. Here's to hoping they run liquid smooth for years to come!
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In for one. It's a good possibly great deal for one of the recently highest ranked intel processors and graphics cards on the market. I'll take a look and if I have any issues I can return it.
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Read reviews on Costco. Some complain of a loud cool whine, which is somewhat common for the 2000 series of Nvidia GPU's it seems. Still, like an earlier poster wrote, with a 90-day return policy, there's little risk in buying. Tempted to pull the trigger.
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The Intel 9700K is really bad it's easily bested by a 3700x.

But we are on the cusp of AMD Ryzen 4000 series CPUs and NVIDIA RTX 3080 GPUs it's a really bad time to buy last years gear,
Are you f#@*ing serious? The card only is 1200 bucks on newegg right now. Fyi, it's not a custom card from msi or evga, which performances wouldn't match the nvidia one. Furthermore, say whatever you want about the 9700k, its a very good cpu, and that's coming from a team red guy. Also, whoever buys it can upgrade to the 10th gen cpus down the line anyway
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Are you f#@*ing serious? The card only is 1200 bucks on newegg right now. Fyi, it's not a custom card from msi or evga, which performances wouldn't match the nvidia one. Furthermore, say whatever you want about the 9700k, its a very good cpu, and that's coming from a team red guy. Also, whoever buys it can upgrade to the 10th gen cpus down the line anyway
its 2080 Super they are $680-699. CPU is $370 with no hyperthreading you could build with i7 10700k for similar price.
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its 2080 Super they are $680-699. CPU is $370 with no hyperthreading you could build with i7 10700k for similar price.
Send me the link so I can buy it right now. And I am talking the Nvidia one, no third party
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Send me the link so I can buy it right now. And I am talking the Nvidia one, no third party
What's wrong with EVGA 2080 super? $689 on Newegg btw but I'm curious is there a third party comparison study done versus intel and 3rd party super's? Did intel significantly beat the 3rd party in all metrics?
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I would love to get some feedback from actual owners of this pc to see if the BIOS is appropriately tuned for this build.

Here's a pretty insightful review of the iBUYPOWER series written in 2019:

https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwrev...rt-testing

Hopefully things have changed since then.
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Send me the link so I can buy it right now. And I am talking the Nvidia one, no third party
this does not come with founders edition if you look at pictures its third party 2080 Super.
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What's wrong with EVGA 2080 super? $689 on Newegg btw but I'm curious is there a third party comparison study done versus intel and 3rd party super's? Did intel significantly beat the 3rd party in all metrics?
Everybody knows that nvidia keeps the best parts for itself since they got into the market with the GTX 10s lineup
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