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CYBERPOWERPC GMA6600WST Gamer Master w/ AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6GHz Gaming Computer $900

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CYBERPOWERPC GMA6600WST Gamer Master w/ AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6GHz Gaming Computer [youtube.com]
Specs:
-AMD 3700x Processor
-EVGA RTX 2060KO Video Card
-Motherboard: Asus Prime B450M-A or Asrock B450M
-Cooler Master CPU cooler & RGB Halo Fans?
-Thermaltake H550 Case
-EVGA 600 GD Power supply or Apevia ATX-PR600W
-16gb Patriot 3000mhz 1.35v DDR4 Memory(2x8)
-480GB Western Digital Green SSD? -1TB HD ?WD Green?
-Cyberpowerpc LED Keyboard
-Cyberpowerpc M1-131 Gaming Mouse
-Asus WIFI/Bluetooth Card w/ antenna
-Apevia RGB kit w/ Remote control

It is $900 after 10%off coupon.
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If you build pc with same spec, it costs over $1000.
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Hhm, wondering how it compared with the $790 2060 based system from Dell the other day.

https://slickdeals.net/f/14756575-dell-xps-8940-desktop-i5-10400-16gb-ram-256gb-nvme-ssd-1tb-hdd-rtx-2060-790-free-shipping

Looks like this is the better deal if you need the CPU horsepower. But probably won't make a real-world difference for gaming.
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Hhm, wondering how it compared with the $790 2060 based system from Dell the other day.

https://slickdeals.net/f/14756575-dell-xps-8940-desktop-i5-10400-16gb-ram-256gb-nvme-ssd-1tb-hdd-rtx-2060-790-free-shipping

Looks like this is the better deal if you need the CPU horsepower. But probably won't make a real-world difference for gaming.
3700x is much better than i5 10400. 3700x cost $300-$325. i5 10400 cost $150-$175. A case, fans, CPU cooler is better and fancier. Dell may not have a gaming keyboard-mouse combo.
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I bought this from Walmart this spring. The CPU cooler is garbage and should be replaced as soon as you get it. I got a Hyper 212 RGB Cooler and even under full load it sits about 63C where the stock cooler would regularly hit 75C or higher, all while screaming like a banshee.

Aside from that it's a very good system for the price.
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update title.. OOS
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Out of stock
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3700x is much better than i5 10400. 3700x cost $300-$325. i5 10400 cost $150-$175. A case, fans, CPU cooler is better and fancier. Dell may not have a gaming keyboard-mouse combo.
But the Dell comes with a DVDRW drive, and 1-year McAfee sub! drool
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But the Dell comes with a DVDRW drive, and 1-year McAfee sub! drool
What's a DVDRW drive?
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Lol ...
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What's a DVDRW drive?
idk. Smilie)
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I bought this from Walmart this spring. The CPU cooler is garbage and should be replaced as soon as you get it. I got a Hyper 212 RGB Cooler and even under full load it sits about 63C where the stock cooler would regularly hit 75C or higher, all while screaming like a banshee.

Aside from that it's a very good system for the price.
When you removed a stock fan, do you see thermal paste cover all CPU or like this video? https://youtu.be/rRlCtp_q1YM?t=1362
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