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XPS 8950 desktop, intel i7-12700, RTX 3060 Ti, 16gb DDR5, 512GB PCIe M.2 SSD+1 TB HDD for $1250 after coupon

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$1299.99 - $50 coupon code (50OFF699) = $1250 + free shipping

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12 Gen Intel® Core™ i7-12700 (25.0 MB cache, 12 cores, 2.10 GHz to 4.90 GHz Turbo)

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Windows 11 Home, English

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NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3060 Ti, 8 GB GDDR6, LHR

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460W Night Sky Bezel Chassis not including optical drive

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16 GB, 2 x 8 GB, DDR5, 4400 MHz; up to 128 GB

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512GB PCIe M.2 Class 40 SSD (Boot) + 1TB 7200RPM HDD (Storage))

Killer™ Wi-Fi 6 1675 (2x2) 802.11ax Wireless and Bluetooth 5.2

Dell Multimedia Keyboard-KB216 Black (English)
Wired Mouse, Black MS 116

This is an OK deal. More 4th of July Dell deals are supposed to drop each day.


https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/d...8950adl30h


You can replace the PSU with the 750W option with DVD rewritable drive and a 1 TB SSD + 2 TB HDD which will just hit the $1499 minimum price to apply the "100OFF1499" code. This will bring the cost down to $1401.
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redtheguy asked this question on 07-01-2022 at 04:11 AM
07-01-2022 at 06:03 AM
At these specs it should be more than able to handle even AAA games.Though as someone commented it may need some upgrades such as power supply.

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power supply has to go
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Quote from ulieq :
power supply has to go
Looks proprietary, that will be a task if so. Likely a proprietary motherboard as well, so replacing both the PSU, case (to accommodate an ATX PSU), or motherboard will all be a problem unless you replace them all.
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I'm usually a Dell guy but went with HP Envy TE02. It's cheaper then the omen if you want intel 12th gen, uses standard atx parts and cheap ddr4 so you can add memory on your own inexpensively.

https://slickdeals.net/f/15882370-hp-envy-te02-gaming-desktop-i7-12700-3060ti-1070-99-or-3070ti-1529-99?v=1&p=156016000&newthread=success#post156016000
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Quote from orangeslope :
$1299.99 - $50 coupon code (50OFF699) = $1250 + free shipping

Processor
12 Gen Intel® Core™ i7-12700 (25.0 MB cache, 12 cores, 2.10 GHz to 4.90 GHz Turbo)

Operating System
Windows 11 Home, English

Video Card
NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3060 Ti, 8 GB GDDR6, LHR

Chassis Options
460W Night Sky Bezel Chassis not including optical drive

Memory
16 GB, 2 x 8 GB, DDR5, 4400 MHz; up to 128 GB

Hard Drive
512GB PCIe M.2 Class 40 SSD (Boot) + 1TB 7200RPM HDD (Storage))

Killer™ Wi-Fi 6 1675 (2x2) 802.11ax Wireless and Bluetooth 5.2

Dell Multimedia Keyboard-KB216 Black (English)
Wired Mouse, Black MS 116

This is an OK deal. More 4th of July Dell deals are supposed to drop each day.

https://deals.dell.com/en-us/productdetail/eqxg
"Your order does not qualify for this coupon."
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Hopefully Dell doesn't cancel your order because they can't correctly manage their sales like with that Alienware laptop.
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Quote from MKVGTI :
"Your order does not qualify for this coupon."

the coupon is glitchy. you might have to chat with dell.

i just applied it right now. see screen shot.

if you use the link from the other technology bargain deals website which i'm sure i'm not allowed to post a direct link, then that works.
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Updated the link. It should work now with the coupon code.
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power supply has to go
460W proprietary... screwed for upgrades
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Updated the link. It should work now with the coupon code.
Thanks for the updated link. I'm able to customize now too (upgrade PSU and other items) and apply 100OFF1499.

still not pulling the trigger though. the difference between a k vs non-k processor is $200 which is higher than it was 6 months ago .
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These proprietary PSUs are a pita. Back in the el cheapo glory days you could get a used optiplex 9010 i73770/16gb for $80, swap out the psu and add a 1070 or rx570 for really cheap.
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Recently moved my CPU and memory from a Dell XPS 8910 into a new case, added power supply and now it's a nice computer in a better chassis (Cooler Master N400) with a good power supply (700 watt 80 plus bronze). Not 80 plus gold, but better than what the Dell came with!

I don't think I'll buy another Dell desktop due to the proprietary parts, front panel connector, substandard power supplies, etc.
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Can 3060ti handle MS Flight Sim VR?
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Quote from MKVGTI :
Thanks for the updated link. I'm able to customize now too (upgrade PSU and other items) and apply 100OFF1499.

still not pulling the trigger though. the difference between a k vs non-k processor is $200 which is higher than it was 6 months ago .

This is the configuration I changed to get the 100OFF1499 code mainly to improve the PSU. I also haven't decided yet if I want to pull the trigger although the other cash back websites help bring the cost down quite a bit.
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do no buy, it is a hot box... flawed design you will need to add watercooler or risk running 100C when gaming
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