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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-o...Id=6402514

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/ibuy...Id=6428884

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cybe...Id=6400453

Between these 3, which is the best bang for your buck? Looking to get my sister a gaming/graphic design setup for Christmas! Appreciate any advice. I'm assuming the $1200 setup with the 2060 super and additional SSD space may be better but wondering if it's worth it.
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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-o...Id=6402514

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/ibuy...Id=6428884

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cybe...Id=6400453

Between these 3, which is the best bang for your buck? Looking to get my sister a gaming/graphic design setup for Christmas! Appreciate any advice. I'm assuming the $1200 setup with the 2060 super and additional SSD space may be better but wondering if it's worth it.
By specs the ibuypower, GPU a little outdated and RAM is on the average side. As neokane mentioned, 3k series would be ideal to keep it 'futureproof'. May be able to scrap the 2070super and swap in a 3060 for a little/break even
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By specs the ibuypower, GPU a little outdated and RAM is on the average side. As neokane mentioned, 3k series would be ideal to keep it 'futureproof'. May be able to scrap the 2070super and swap in a 3060 for a little/break even
How about the CyberPower if it were $999?

It has an 800W PSU, water cooling, and full TB NVMe SSD. For what it's worth, I don't game... but the GPU would come in handy for video editing / transcoding / Photoshop work.
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By specs the ibuypower, GPU a little outdated and RAM is on the average side. As neokane mentioned, 3k series would be ideal to keep it 'futureproof'. May be able to scrap the 2070super and swap in a 3060 for a little/break even
Gotcha, I'll see if I can wait out on additional cyber Monday deals and see if anything better comes around. Thank you both!
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How about the CyberPower if it were $999?

It has an 800W PSU, water cooling, and full TB NVMe SSD. For what it's worth, I don't game... but the GPU would come in handy for video editing / transcoding / Photoshop work.
I actually currently have an order in for that at $999 delivering next week, was just curious if anything releasing for Cyber Monday turned out to be a better deal.
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I actually currently have an order in for that at $999 delivering next week, was just curious if anything releasing for Cyber Monday turned out to be a better deal.
Thanks... so you going to opt for that or this Omen? I just ran the GPU benchmarks and the CyberPower's card benches about 2700 points higher. Plus, having a full TB SSD means I won't have the urge to upgrade that out of the gate. The HP looks like it has a 500W PSU vs. 800W in the CP rig.

Just don't know how reputable CyberPower is vs. HP compared to the $50 savings.
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How about the CyberPower if it were $999?

It has an 800W PSU, water cooling, and full TB NVMe SSD. For what it's worth, I don't game... but the GPU would come in handy for video editing / transcoding / Photoshop work.
Yeah that'd be a great price, but over the lifespan you'll have this PC, the extra $150 for the ibuy would pay off, however I think a 3060 would be a beast.

I also don't fully trust the components in these systems vs building your own, if it is marginally more to build your own (buying parts over time on sale and not getting a gimicky case and RGB components will save you money, although I prefer a solid case) I'd build around video editing if that is its intent (lots of high speed ram, big and fast NVME, top-mid tier processor which all these have and top GPU [3060/3070 is a steal]... that'd easily pass $1k tho).
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Thanks... so you going to opt for that or this Omen? I just ran the GPU benchmarks and the CyberPower's card benches about 2700 points higher. Plus, having a full TB SSD means I won't have the urge to upgrade that out of the gate. The HP looks like it has a 500W PSU vs. 800W in the CP rig.

Just don't know how reputable CyberPower is vs. HP compared to the $50 savings.
Was that a previous sale? The cyberpower is >>> the hp, even with an extra $50 + taxes
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Was that a previous sale? The cyberpower is >>> the hp, even with an extra $50 + taxes
Yep. Off and on a few times at $999.
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Why get any pc with a rtx 2000 series?
Why not get a pc with a rtx 3000 series
https://www.newegg.com/abs-comput...6883102972
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Great find but oos.
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Why get any pc with a rtx 2000 series?
Why not get a pc with a rtx 3000 series
Give me the link to the normally priced 3000 and I'll give you a kiss in the mouth =)
The only semi-decent option I could find out of curiosity is CyberPower, where you can build a PC for $1500 with Ryzen 5 5600x and MSI GeForce RTX 3070, but the rest of the components will be pretty much garbage.
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this vs the other bby one ($750 https://slickdeals.net/f/14635753-back-in-stock-cyberpowerpc-gamer-master-gaming-desktop-amd-ryzen-5-3600-16gb-memory-amd-radeon-rx-5600-xt-1tb-hdd-500gb-ssd-750?v=1&src=SiteSearch, but now $950, same as this)

this one has:
better CPU (3700x vs 3600)
(arguably) similar GPU (2060 vs 5600XT)
less SSD (256 vs 512)
better memory (both 16G, but 3200 vs 3000)
less memory slots (2 vs 4, so less expandable RAM, which also means this one has a smaller motherboard)

conclusion: need a time machine...
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