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Lenovo Legion T5 - GTX 1660 Super, Intel I5-10400F - $683.99 + tax

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Available at Lenovo Outlet [lenovo.com], seems like a decent deal in today's market. Worth noting I think this model comes with a solid side panel rather than the tempered glass picture shown.

Lenovo Legion T5 28IMB05 - New
Part Number: 90NC001MUS

Processor
Intel I5-10400F Processor

Operating System
Windows 10 Home 64 - English

Memory
16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 2933Mhz UDIMM Memory

Hard Drive
1.256TB (1TB 7200RPM 3.5" and 1 x 256GB Solid State M.2) Drives

Warranty
1 Year Standard Depot Warranty

AC Adapter
400W

Graphics
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER

Form Factor
Gaming Tower Phantom Black

Keyboard
Full size English (US)

Pointing Device
USB Calliope KeyBoard Black ENG and USB Calliope Mouse Black

WiFi Wireless LAN Adapters
Intel Wi-Fi 6 22260 2x2+BT5.0 vPro
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I think that's a bit of a stretch. How often do you have your GPU go bad?

I've had more PSU's go bad than GPU's.

If you're not mining or intense gaming then you can get a backup $30 GPU if you fear failure so much.
Over the course of last 27 years being around computers on every day basis and working on apps that required decent GPU? Well, only 2 PSU's while back yearly 2000's, when we build studious based on IBM big tower servers. That is all. GPU's? 4 of them and not sure 'bout my last rig but card was bugging for months before mobo died. So count it in too - 5.
No mining at all, light gaming, but lots of working with GPU depended softwares.
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Over the course of last 27 years being around computers on every day basis and working on apps that required decent GPU? Well, only 2 PSU's while back yearly 2000's, when we build studious based on IBM big tower servers. That is all. GPU's? 4 of them and not sure 'bout my last rig but card was bugging for months before mobo died. So count it in too - 5.
No mining at all, light gaming, but lots of working with GPU depended softwares.
You're proving my point. You've had 4 GPU's die in 27 years (the 5th one doesn't count cuz you SOL with a dead mobo anyway). There is very little risk to begin with, but if you are so worried a $30 backup graphics card would be more powerful than integrated graphics. You'd be in the same situation either way so there is no reason to discount this unit because it has no integrated graphics. That's silly.
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You're proving my point. You've had 4 GPU's die in 27 years (the 5th one doesn't count cuz you SOL with a dead mobo anyway). There is very little risk to begin with, but if you are so worried a $30 backup graphics card would be more powerful than integrated graphics. You'd be in the same situation either way so there is no reason to discount this unit because it has no integrated graphics. That's silly.
Yeah you probably right, logically that's the best way to go. It's just what you get used of, something that makes you comfortable, you know. It's not like being afraid to try something new, but instead find a piece of comfort in old, proven over the years, things, that is all Smilie
For me it's mobo with video out. Same as mouse and keyboard should be wired Applause And many other smalls that makes life more pleasant, you know Peace

So yes, totally agreed with having spare cheap gpu just in a case will work.
Will not working in my case 'cos of all softwares and such, but at least it won't be dead rig till I'll get new GPU.
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It's probably going to be an old link from 1.5 years ago LOL.
Nope... picked up a refurb during first covid shutdown for about that price. As I said earlier, normally goes for $180-200, unless you consider current day pricing the new normal.
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Nope... picked up a refurb during first covid shutdown for about that price. As I said earlier, normally goes for $180-200, unless you consider current day pricing the new normal.
Hmm...first covid shutdown. Bitcoin was around $3000 if I remember correctly.
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Hmm...first covid shutdown. Bitcoin was around $3000 if I remember correctly.
Yeah... That's what our kids will tell their kids: " Once upon a time, at the second covid shutdown your grandpa was able to find and buy GPU at retail price! Whole family, every neighbor, everyone was so exited and shocked by his achievement! " ApplauseApplauseApplause
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