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MSI Gaming Desktop Aegis R 10SC-017US Intel Core i7 10th Gen 10700F (2.90 GHz) 16 GB DDR4 1 TB HDD 512 GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER Windows 10 Home 64-bit

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Can you turn off the stupid lights?
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I'd go for this if I were you, Nvidia rtx 2060 super has superior cooling and is quiter than its counterpart
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Can't you just copy the parts in the description and build your own saving 500$?
Def not 500 hundred realistically more like 300-250
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Can't you just copy the parts in the description and build your own saving 500$?
Can't you be more helpful and realize many people don't build their own PC and prefer an out of the box solution? Instead of criticizing, you could just help answer their question.
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Can't you just copy the parts in the description and build your own saving 500$?
After you buy software, I doubt it.
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I'd skip this and look out for cyberpower deals. There have been many with a 3070 for this price or 100 more. Get much more bang for your buck.
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Can you turn off the stupid lights?
Not sure why this got down voted but I would expect people who have this computer in a bedroom or living room may want to turn off the spinning lights.
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No brainer get the 5700xt and Ryzen 7 3700x... not only is this a better system it's got 1TB Nvme SSD, no rebate to deal with, 50 dollars less and easy bestbuy return policy until Jan
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I'd skip this and look out for cyberpower deals. There have been many with a 3070 for this price or 100 more. Get much more bang for your buck.
Any link to recent ones from Cyberpower with a 30 series around this price?
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Can't you just copy the parts in the description and build your own saving 500$?
The i7 10700F CPU alone is $400, and a 2060 SUPER GPU is $400. Please explain how you build this same computer for $500 less. Ideally using pcpartpicker.com so other users can see.
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Def not 500 hundred realistically more like 300-250
I still don't think you can save $250-300 on a rig like this at this sale point. I think its going to end up costing you more to build it yourself. This is a great deal if you want a gaming system that is ready to go out of the box. If you think you can build a pc with these same specs for less, please enlighten us.
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I tried to building the same computer on pcpartpicker.com using the same configuration, paired with the cheapest components available, it still ends up costing ~$125 more that this sale price. If you are looking for a good deal, this is one.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/szDrvf

​Please let me know if you can build it cheaper than the sale price.
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