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iBUYPOWER Gaming PC with extra $50 off - RDY S6MRG201 Ryzen 7700X + RTX 3080 + 32GB DDR5 RAM + 1TB NVME SSD + $1999 $1998.98

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Code "RDY" for another $50 off

Looks like iBUYPOWER's CM deals are still going, and this is cheaper than the Intel system I found yesterday also with RTX 3080

https://www.ibuypower.com/store/g...y-s6mrg201

Case: iBUYPOWER Slate 6 Mesh Front Panel ARGB Gaming Case

Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 7700X Processor (8X 4.5GHz/32MB L3 Cache)

Processor Cooling: iBUYPOWER 360mm Addressable RGB Liquid Cooling System

Memory: 32GB [16GB X2] DDR5-5600MHz RGB

Storage: 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD

Video Card: GeForce RTX 3080 - 10GB GDDR6X (VR-Ready)

Game Bundle: [Game Bundle] - Warhammer 40K: Darktide Imperial Edition RTX Bundle

Motherboard: X670 WIFI

Power Supply: 800 Watt - 80 PLUS Gold Certified

Wireless Network: PCIe or On-Board Wireless Network

Keyboard: iBUYPOWER RGB Gaming Keyboard

Mouse: iBUYPOWER Gaming Optical Mouse

iBUYPOWER SafeGuard Packaging: Ship Video Card Uninstalled and Packaged Separately

Warranty: 3 Year Standard (3 YR Labor + 1 YR Parts) Warranty Service
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If only it was a 4080 Christmas would be coming early
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note: this system comes with 32gb of DDR5, unlike the Intel system from yesterday with DDR4
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If only it was a 4080 Christmas would be coming early
oh no doubt, but 4080 is overpriced at the moment
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"flom" code still works?
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"flom" code still works?
not sure, but if it does, that's another $50 off
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Always see mixed feedback. How reliable is this brand? Or which band is top in durability, reliability and quality?
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Always see mixed feedback. How reliable is this brand? Or which band is top in durability, reliability and quality?
My friend has one since 2016 and only changed graphics card works perfect. I had cyber power back In 2012 and basically lasted the same time before I went full upgrade
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Quote from mtx1212 :
not sure, but if it does, that's another $50 off
any other discount codes?
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My friend has one since 2016 and only changed graphics card works perfect. I had cyber power back In 2012 and basically lasted the same time before I went full upgrade
Thank you. Think I should wait untill 4080 comes down and we see them being built at the same prices?

How does this CPU compared to the Intel from the other thread?
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Thank you. Think I should wait untill 4080 comes down and we see them being built at the same prices?

How does this CPU compared to the Intel from the other thread?
Idk which thread but 7700x is perfect for gaming. Check out some vs reviews on YouTube and there's minimal difference. Also if ur going 4080 might as well get the 7900xtx but if u want nvidia wait for 4080
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Always see mixed feedback. How reliable is this brand? Or which band is top in durability, reliability and quality?
They use off the shelf components, same as you'd use if you were building a custom PC. They tend to use cheaper products, like lower end motherboards and graphic cards (for example, they'll use something like a gigabyte eagle card, but never an ASUS strix), but should be fine.

There were better deals before. There was an MSI PC with 12700k and 3080 ti for $1900 and $500 rebate a few days ago. So like $1400. It had a high end SFX power supply and like a $300 motherboard in it. That's obviously gone now
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They use off the shelf components, same as you'd use if you were building a custom PC. They tend to use cheaper products, like lower end motherboards and graphic cards (for example, they'll use something like a gigabyte eagle card, but never an ASUS strix), but should be fine.

There were better deals before. There was an MSI PC with 12700k and 3080 ti for $1900 and $500 rebate a few days ago. So like $1400. It had a high end SFX power supply and like a $300 motherboard in it. That's obviously gone now
Oh man missed that deal. What's the link for that one?
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The cyberpowerpc deal you can build something similar but with the new 13th intel cpu
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Somebody find me this with Skytech
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