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HP.com [hp.com] has the HP Victus Gaming Desktop: i7-12700, RTX 3060 12GB, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB SSD on sale for $1034.99 - $103.50 off w/ promo code: STOCKING10 = $931.49 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Click here [hp.com] to proceed to product page
  2. Begin configuring your HP Victus Gaming Desktop by clicking the upgradable options:
    • Upgrade PROCESSOR to: Intel® Core™ i7-12700 (2.1 GHz up to 4.9 GHz, 25 MB L3 cache, 12 cores) [+$145]
    • Upgrade MEMORY to: 16 GB DDR4-3200 RAM (2 x 8 GB) [+$70]
    • Upgrade STORAGE to: 1 TB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD [+$150]
    • Upgrade GRAPHICS CARD to: NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3060 (12 GB GDDR6 dedicated) with LHR, Display Connectors: HDMI*1, DP*3 [+$220]
  3. After selecting the upgrades listed above, scroll up to the top right and select "ADD TO CART". Cart total should equal $1034.99
  4. Click "View Cart & Checkout"
  5. Apply promo code: STOCKING10
  6. Your total will be $931.49

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FYI upgrading to a 3060Ti comes out to $1001.24 after coupon code
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Meh Not much of a deal
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Any thoughts on this? I feel like I missed out on the other good deals that came around (a death in the family meant I didn't have much time to monitor black Friday).

I basically don't have a gaming PC right now. I used to build them myself, but it's been a decade now and I just don't have the patience to refamiliarize myself with specs, brands, etc so I'm trying to go pre-built.

I just want something for frame steady 1080p or possibly 1440p modern gaming, preferably with raytracing. I'm not looking to get into 4k or VR. Would this build with the 3060 TI get me there? And would it be worth doubling the ram from 16 to 32gb? I don't know the bottlenecks.

Really appreciate anyone who can help.
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Also if you have capital one, check your offers. I had 10% off at HP.
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Any thoughts on this? I feel like I missed out on the other good deals that came around (a death in the family meant I didn't have much time to monitor black Friday).

I basically don't have a gaming PC right now. I used to build them myself, but it's been a decade now and I just don't have the patience to refamiliarize myself with specs, brands, etc so I'm trying to go pre-built.

I just want something for frame steady 1080p or possibly 1440p modern gaming, preferably with raytracing. I'm not looking to get into 4k or VR. Would this build with the 3060 TI get me there? And would it be worth doubling the ram from 16 to 32gb? I don't know the bottlenecks.

Really appreciate anyone who can help.
You probably have to get input from someone else as well since I am one the same journey as you (8 or so yrs since I last built one, but I have been learning again for the past few months) From the looks of it 3060 is the bare minimum with 16 GB Ram DDR4. (CPU unsure of, but a lot of them use this 12700, so a good baseline)

For 1,000 to 1,200 you would want probably more than this model offers. the "deals" for ones closer to this config are 800-900 (someone correct me if wrong)

Prices are currently crashing in the market. Most were waiting for Black Friday to see the deals... which were underwhelming... Some dates coming up regarding the new generations being released/announced should trigger more price movement.

Apparently with prebuilt you have to be careful of what brands built it. Some brands (HP(?), Dell, etc) have their builds throttle the CPU by 10-15% which you cannot change easily...(I saw 0 successful tries) They also have many Mobo and PSU builds which limit the ability to upgrade. Frankly, after seeing the trouble many have had, I am generally switching from only prebuilt to looking around at everything.

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Quote from treasurecat :
Any thoughts on this? I feel like I missed out on the other good deals that came around (a death in the family meant I didn't have much time to monitor black Friday).

I basically don't have a gaming PC right now. I used to build them myself, but it's been a decade now and I just don't have the patience to refamiliarize myself with specs, brands, etc so I'm trying to go pre-built.

I just want something for frame steady 1080p or possibly 1440p modern gaming, preferably with raytracing. I'm not looking to get into 4k or VR. Would this build with the 3060 TI get me there? And would it be worth doubling the ram from 16 to 32gb? I don't know the bottlenecks.

Really appreciate anyone who can help.
I've been following a lot of the i7 deals over the Black Friday season. Nothing struck me for the specs I wanted. I'm not a gamer but I want a rock solid machine for photo editing. 32mb is key for large raw files. This deal was the one that made me finally pull the trigger. I built mine up. 17-12700, 32gb ddr4 ram, rtx 3060 ti, 1tb ssd, and $10 upgrade to Wi-Fi 6. I bought a $70 sea gate 4tb internal HDD that I'll install as my data drive. Price for the desktop was $1121. Deal was a little bit better yday but still ok today. I also got a 24" 144hz gaming monitor from hp for like $170 after the discount. Figure it never hurts to have the option to game if my family wants to do that. I don't like the 500 watt power supply but I wont be taxing the system so hopefully all is good. I will say that I had a previous hp gaming desktop crash on me after a month. Hp handled it under their standard warranty. It was just used for virtual bike racing so their was no data on it so it was a painless process. I have a 12 year Dell xps that has been a superstar so I almost replaced this one with Dell but the price was too high and others have dead mobo issues with Dell. So who knows.
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Quote from Bballer02 :
You probably have to get input from someone else as well since I am one the same journey as you (8 or so yrs since I last built one, but I have been learning again for the past few months) From the looks of it 3060 is the bare minimum with 16 GB Ram DDR4. (CPU unsure of, but a lot of them use this 12700, so a good baseline)

For 1,000 to 1,200 you would want probably more than this model offers. the "deals" for ones closer to this config are 800-900 (someone correct me if wrong)

Prices are currently crashing in the market. Most were waiting for Black Friday to see the deals... which were underwhelming... Some dates coming up regarding the new generations being released/announced should trigger more price movement.

Apparently with prebuilt you have to be careful of what brands built it. Some brands (HP(?), Dell, etc) have their builds throttle the CPU by 10-15% which you cannot change easily...(I saw 0 successful tries) They also have many Mobo and PSU builds which limit the ability to upgrade. Frankly, after seeing the trouble many have had, I am generally switching from only prebuilt to looking around at everything.
It is possible to customize most hidden BIOS options (e.g. TDP, PL1/PL2) with a tool such as RU.EFI. It is definitely not straightforward, but I've had a lot of success with HP prebuilts like this one with this type of customization.
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Not a good deal yall.
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When will these computers drop in price more? Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals weren't that good this year (haven't been for the past 2-3 years)

There was a desktop deal i7-12700, RTX 3060 12GB, 16GB DDR4 for $599.99 the other day.....now that was a good price, but it looks like those orders were cancelled. Hopefully we get better deals in the next few months
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was 915 with 3060 ti a few days ago
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Quote from EagerHerring888 :
When will these computers drop in price more? Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals weren't that good this year (haven't been for the past 2-3 years)

There was a desktop deal i7-12700, RTX 3060 12GB, 16GB DDR4 for $599.99 the other day.....now that was a good price, but it looks like those orders were cancelled. Hopefully we get better deals in the next few months
Honestly I think the best deals I've seen this year were the two weeks leading up to BF. I snagged a nice 3080ti system for $1550 a week before BF. I haven't seen as good since.
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Don't ever buy a prebuilt gaming PC from HP or Dell. They may throw some flashy specs on the board but end up cheaping out severely on everything else. Most of the time their systems perform a lot more poorly than comparable built systems.
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Any thoughts on this? I feel like I missed out on the other good deals that came around (a death in the family meant I didn't have much time to monitor black Friday).

I basically don't have a gaming PC right now. I used to build them myself, but it's been a decade now and I just don't have the patience to refamiliarize myself with specs, brands, etc so I'm trying to go pre-built.

I just want something for frame steady 1080p or possibly 1440p modern gaming, preferably with raytracing. I'm not looking to get into 4k or VR. Would this build with the 3060 TI get me there? And would it be worth doubling the ram from 16 to 32gb? I don't know the bottlenecks.

Really appreciate anyone who can help.
3060 will rock 1080p no problem on most games
3060ti will get you max fps on all games @ 1080p
And good frames @ 1440p
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Last year's BF computer deals were slick. This year not so much, which is strange because with the collapse of crypto there should be an oversupply of cheap GPUs.
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