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ABS Master Gaming PC [Intel i5 10400F, GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, 16GB DDR4 3000MHz, 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD] for $1349.99 w/ FS

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Newegg has ABS Master Gaming PC - Intel i5 10400F - GeForce RTX 3060 Ti - 16GB DDR4 3000MHz - 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD on sale for $1349.99.

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One of the better deals if you want a 3060Ti, although you only get an i5 10th gen. That 1TB m.2 NVMe though is nice.
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The lack of attention on builds like this are a good indicator of where the interests lie with SD pc shoppers I guess.

That PoS aurora was lit up cause it had the 3080, but its about the worst case to put one in. Lower configurations you could get a 3060ti for around $1250 plus tax, but the 1tb nvme, 16gb ram and breathing room are well worth the extra for this one, if you're actually looking for something to game on as is. I'd prob upgrade the cooler since you have space.
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Anyway to know if it's non LHR?
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Anyway to know if it's non LHR?
Nothing retail is going to be non lhr
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Was interested but the 3000MHz memory gave me some pause, reading the reviews though I came across this:


The RAM may be advertised at 3000Mhz but the motherboard used in this build does not support speeds faster than 2666Mhz. Enabling XMP simply changes the CAS Latency. Mine has a B365 chipset and a gigabyte motherboard, which I'm pretty sure is what is used across the board for this build.


I didnt do further research but this guys review seemed thorough, and the manufacturer seemed to be replying to a lot of threads but ignored his, so if this has any truth to it thats a potentially annoying con, enough for me to move on at the moment
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Not a slick deal, but if you're in need of a gaming PC in today's current market go for it. Good deal, but not slick. 3060's will start to become more available in the later months of 2021 as we are beginning to see these pop up more often.
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Build quality in these ABS pre-builts are pretty stellar. I've had no issues with mine.
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Not a slick deal, but if you're in need of a gaming PC in today's current market go for it. Good deal, but not slick. 3060's will start to become more available in the later months of 2021 as we are beginning to see these pop up more often.
You're crazy if you think during winter, where everyone is inside, during the holiday season where people buy new hardware for themselves and PCs for kids, during a new Windows launch where manufacturers sell 3x more than normal PC's, during a pandemic, while crypto prices are going back up, that there will be more GPUs available.

According to Lisa Su, TSMC, Pat/Intel, Samsung, etc we are nowhere near having supply catch up to demand, the predictions are that 2022 will be better but we wont see things getting back to normal till 2023.
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You're crazy if you think during winter, where everyone is inside, during the holiday season where people buy new hardware for themselves and PCs for kids, during a new Windows launch where manufacturers sell 3x more than normal PC's, during a pandemic, while crypto prices are going back up, that there will be more GPUs available.

According to Lisa Su, TSMC, Pat/Intel, Samsung, etc we are nowhere near having supply catch up to demand, the predictions are that 2022 will be better but we wont see things getting back to normal till 2023.
Yeah I'm sure people are not buying 3060's to mine. As far as prebuilds they have been popping up a lot more in this past 6 months then they have this past 2 years. So yes you will see a lot more 3060's!
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Was interested but the 3000MHz memory gave me some pause, reading the reviews though I came across this:


The RAM may be advertised at 3000Mhz but the motherboard used in this build does not support speeds faster than 2666Mhz. Enabling XMP simply changes the CAS Latency. Mine has a B365 chipset and a gigabyte motherboard, which I'm pretty sure is what is used across the board for this build.


I didnt do further research but this guys review seemed thorough, and the manufacturer seemed to be replying to a lot of threads but ignored his, so if this has any truth to it thats a potentially annoying con, enough for me to move on at the moment
Ya I don't know how accurate that info is. This link shows it's a B560M-A which supports 5000(OC)/4800(OC)/4600(OC)/4400(OC)/4266(OC)/4000(OC)/3733(OC)/3600(OC)/3466(OC)/3333(OC)/3200/2933/2800/2666/2400/2133 MHz. Or as another user said: "The only thing I was worried about was the reviews saying that the 3000mhz RAM in this system is limited to 2666mhz. It is only true if you're using a 400 series board, which this does not use. The 11th gen 500 series boards (the 560m-a that this ships with) are capable of allowing the i5 to memory overclock even on a 10th gen. You just have to enable XMP in the UEFI and then manually set the RAM to the right speed. 3066mhz in my case."

The only thing stopping me from getting this is the locked processor.
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Not a slick deal, but if you're in need of a gaming PC in today's current market go for it. Good deal, but not slick. 3060's will start to become more available in the later months of 2021 as we are beginning to see these pop up more often.

Source? I been waiting for a decent/reasonably priced video card for over 2 years now. I'd even be happy with a 1650 even.
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Was interested but the 3000MHz memory gave me some pause, reading the reviews though I came across this:


The RAM may be advertised at 3000Mhz but the motherboard used in this build does not support speeds faster than 2666Mhz. Enabling XMP simply changes the CAS Latency. Mine has a B365 chipset and a gigabyte motherboard, which I'm pretty sure is what is used across the board for this build.


I didnt do further research but this guys review seemed thorough, and the manufacturer seemed to be replying to a lot of threads but ignored his, so if this has any truth to it thats a potentially annoying con, enough for me to move on at the moment
Where did u find that? According to link, it's an Asus prime b560m-a, which is supposed to handle up to 5000 memory ovwrclocking according to manufacturer site.
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Source? I been waiting for a decent/reasonably priced video card for over 2 years now. I'd even be happy with a 1650 even.
I don't know about any solid speculations but I did see recently a 2060 and 3060 on pcpartpicker for $470 and $620ish I think. Pretty sure both were Amazon.

And the recent Alienware Aurora deal with the 3080, if you configured down, was a couple hundred cheaper than a similar deal with 6800xt that was posted here back in March.

Nothing concrete, but at least promising.
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Where did u find that? According to link, it's an Asus prime b560m-a, which is supposed to handle up to 5000 memory ovwrclocking according to manufacturer site.
It was from a user in the reviews, albeit an older review, perhaps that component has been updated since then or that user is just wrong, but good catch though, apologies for possibly spreading bad info
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