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DEAD Acer Aspire TC-895-UA92 Desktop, 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10400 6-Core Processor, 12GB 2666MHz DDR4, 512GB NVMe 449.99

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Was an amazon deal of the day at $449.99, Shipping free for prime members. Approx $50 less than past FP deals.

$3**.** price was for core i3 model and was adjusted by mods after i5 sold out of stock, and I am unable to change price indicator.

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And if choose to get the same unit with the i3, it's $365.00. IMO, killer deal these days, and I'm gonna get one or the other. Repped & thank you (been looking at this sucker for about 2 weeks now, hoping for fair amount cheaper offering during the "season"). Heck, cheap me, opted for the i5 version. Thanks again, OP.
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Anyone think this might be the best price on the i5 version, or maybe it will get even cheaper during black friday/holiday sales?
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Ordered one. Seems to be the best price for what you get. Thanks.
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Anyone think this might be the best price on the i5 version, or maybe it will get even cheaper during black friday/holiday sales?
This is a solid deal because of the upgraded RAM and a bigger SSD drive. 10th gen i5 configs under $450 which I've seen previously had only 8GB of RAM and a smaller SSD or even just a hard drive.

As someone mentioned above, the i3 config is a great value too.
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Damn, I just bought the i3 version 2 weeks ago for $430. Now it's $365. I hate when that happens. Anyway, it's a great computer. The m.2 ssd is awesome. Boots up in 12 seconds.
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Don't forget to use your prime card if you have one for 5% back.

Also in regards to the i3 model, I didn't even mention it in the post because the way I see it, unless you're really strapped for cash the jump up to the i5 model for less than $100 is a no doubt better option in-terms of performance/longevity.

Also ironically I just now placed my order, I was super hesitant to do so because I'm so hyped about ryezen these days, but when it comes down to it I don't think I'll see one of those (zen 2 or 3) come up at value quite this appealing for a little while yet.
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Also in regards to the i3 model, I didn't even mention it in the post because the way I see it, unless you're really strapped for cash the jump up to the i5 model for less than $100 is a no doubt better option in-terms of performance/longevity.
I still would though. It's not necessarily a matter of being on a strict budget (even though it's a valid concern for some). Some people or some use cases just don't need the higher specs, period.
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Don't really need the i5. Thinking the i3 and putting some money into more storage.
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I still would though. It's not necessarily a matter of being on a strict budget (even though it's a valid concern for some). Some people or some use cases just don't need the higher specs, period.
Won't argue that all. I guess it's just hard for me to imagine passing up the i5 when I know that my computers going to be running handrbrake most of the time I'm using it. lol

Certainly nothing wrong with buying what fits your needs.
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I still would though. It's not necessarily a matter of being on a strict budget (even though it's a valid concern for some). Some people or some use cases just don't need the higher specs, period.
Right, but if your budget allows for it spend more so that your PC is more future proof. That is what I tell all my friends/family that I build PCs for.

They might not need 2 more cores and 4 more threads (example), but when you explain to them that the lower spec system will become obsolete faster and actually cost more money in the same period of time they understand that.

Nice find OP.
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The Acer i5 or the Dell G5 gaming for $600 (hopefully less in the coming weeks)?

Been live streaming from a Ryzen 3 Dell Inspiron laptop connected to a mirrorless Canon via Zoom while recording on OBS and the laptop just chokes.

I've been thinking about getting the Dell G5 but this i5 seems like a good deal and should perform well. I can add a decent GTX 1050 card and still come out around $600 all in.

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The i3 version at $365 looks like a great value. If I had any friends and family that needed desktop PCs I'd be recommending that one to them.

That said, unless they have specific need for a desktop, I'd suggest most people get a laptop. Especially if they don't already have a monitor. There aren't many reasons to have a full sized desktop these days.
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The Acer i5 or the Dell G5 gaming for $600 (hopefully less in the coming weeks)?

Been live streaming from a Ryzen 3 Dell Inspiron laptop connected to a mirrorless Canon via Zoom while recording on OBS and the laptop just chokes.

I've been thinking about getting the Dell G5 but this i5 seems like a good deal and should perform well. I can add a decent GTX 1050 card and still come out around $600 all in.

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Might I suggest trying to find one of the hp gaming desktops at Walmart b&m. They're still plenty at multiple stores around me in mn. The box is labeled as having a ryzen 5 3500 but many people are reporting that in indeed comes with a 3600 installed in the machine. That comes with a 1650 super inside. $600 shelf price might be right up your alley.

I know one can add a low power gpu to this. But I would 'ere on the side of caution for buying this as more than a productivity machine.
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Great to know. I definitely need a heavy duty machine
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