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Costco Members: HP Envy Desktop: i7 12700, 32GB DDR4 RAM, RTX 3060 Ti GPU EXPIRED

$1000
$1,599.98
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Costco Wholesale has HP Envy Desktop (TE02-0187C) on sale for $999.99 valid for Costco Members only. Shipping is $14.99.

Thanks to community member Mercenary for finding this deal

Note, must login to your Costco account w/ an active membership to purchase

Specs/Key Features
  • Intel Core i7 12700 Processor (12th Gen)
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive SSD + 1TB SATA Hard Drive (7200 RPM)
  • 32GB DDR4 SDRAM (3200MHz)
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti 8GB GPU
  • WiFi 6 (2x2) Gig+ w/ Bluetooth 5.2
  • 5.1 Surround Sound
  • 600W Power Supply Unit
  • Wireless/USB Keyboard/Mouse Combo
  • Microsoft Windows 11 Home (64-Bit)
    • Inputs
      • 1x Thunderbolt 4 w/ USB 4 Type-C (USB Power Delivery/Display Port 1.4)
      • 3x SuperSpeed USB Type-C
      • 5x SuperSpeed USB Type-A
      • 2x USB 2.0 Type-A
      • 3x Display Port
      • 1x HDMI
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  • Total savings of $600 instant off w/ manufacturers savings; normally $1599.99
  • To save on shipping cost, if product is available for Costco Warehouse pickup option, select that; note that only the bill-to credit card addressee may pickup the product
  • Limit of 5 per member
  • Offer valid through December 13, 2022 or while promotional pricing/supplies last
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Features:
Processor & Memory:

12th Gen Intel® Core i7-12700 (12-Core) Processor
32GB DDR4-3200MHz SDRAM


Drives:

1TB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive
512GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 Solid State Drive
No Optical Drive


Operating System:

Microsoft® Windows 11 Home (64-bit)


Graphics & Video:

NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3060 Ti, 8GB
Monitor not included


Communications:

Wi-Fi 6 (2x2/160) Gig+ and Bluetooth® 5.2;
10/100/1000 Ethernet LAN

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Last Edited by Mercenary December 4, 2022 at 09:52 PM
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I am not an expert but while ddr5 faster by 4 to 10% i would take the the more ram, take the ti over the base and the larger ssd here.
Don't overthink too much. Determine what's the most important factor first and it's easy to make decisions. If gaming is the most important, then Costco deal is better. If you just occasional gaming, then stick with Lenovo since you can add more to it later.

Remember as previously mentioned, hp can not really add stuff, plus its only 600 watt system. So if u are ok to stay with stock config, HP is good. Personally I don't like hp pc since they tend to break easily, but you are covered by Costco so that will be a very high incentive for me to get hp if I am in market.
I bought the Lenovo from Best Buy on Black Friday for $1000. I see this is $1000. This Costco HP has 32 GB DDR4, vs the Best Buy Lenovo 16 GB DDR5 (which I would up to 32 GB). The Costco HP does have a 3060Ti vs the Best Buy Lenovo 3060.

Thoughts? Should I get this HP Costco instead?

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/leno...Id=6501814
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I bought the Lenovo from Best Buy on Black Friday for $1000. I see this is $1000. This Costco HP has 32 GB DDR4, vs the Best Buy Lenovo 16 GB DDR5 (which I would up to 32 GB). The Costco HP does have a 3060Ti vs the Best Buy Lenovo 3060.

Thoughts? Should I get this HP Costco instead?

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/leno...Id=6501814
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cheaper from Lenovo usually when student id
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I bought the Lenovo from Best Buy on Black Friday for $1000. I see this is $1000. This Costco HP has 32 GB DDR4, vs the Best Buy Lenovo 16 GB DDR5 (which I would up to 32 GB). The Costco HP does have a 3060Ti vs the Best Buy Lenovo 3060.

Thoughts? Should I get this HP Costco instead?

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/leno...Id=6501814 [bestbuy.com]
I am not an expert but while ddr5 faster by 4 to 10% i would take the the more ram, take the ti over the base and the larger ssd here.
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Is this a good buy? Been waiting a slick pc pre built
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Quote from WiseClass4230 :
I bought the Lenovo from Best Buy on Black Friday for $1000. I see this is $1000. This Costco HP has 32 GB DDR4, vs the Best Buy Lenovo 16 GB DDR5 (which I would up to 32 GB). The Costco HP does have a 3060Ti vs the Best Buy Lenovo 3060.

Thoughts? Should I get this HP Costco instead?

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/leno...Id=6501814
Don't overthink too much. Determine what's the most important factor first and it's easy to make decisions. If gaming is the most important, then Costco deal is better. If you just occasional gaming, then stick with Lenovo since you can add more to it later.

Remember as previously mentioned, hp can not really add stuff, plus its only 600 watt system. So if u are ok to stay with stock config, HP is good. Personally I don't like hp pc since they tend to break easily, but you are covered by Costco so that will be a very high incentive for me to get hp if I am in market.
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12-03-2022 at 12:45 PM.
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https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/768967

How does ot compare to this Costco deal? Is it worth $300 more?
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https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/768967

How does ot compare to this Costco deal? Is it worth $300 more?
I picked up the $700 Costco AMD deal. I don't think this $1k Costco Intel is worth $300 more, unless you need the ~10-20% increased overall system performance. However, the price is good for a pre-built. You'd end up slightly more if you built your own right now with similar specs; less if you hunt for deals over a period of time. You also get better upgradability with this machine but then few people upgrade things other than memory or maybe the GPU when buying pre-builts.
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I picked up the $700 Costco AMD deal. I don't think this $1k Costco Intel is worth $300 more, unless you need the ~10-20% increased overall system performance. However, the price is good for a pre-built. You'd end up slightly more if you built your own right now with similar specs; less if you hunt for deals over a period of time. You also get better upgradability with this machine but then few people upgrade things other than memory or maybe the GPU when buying pre-builts.
I would disagree, I would say far better video, faster ram, quicker/better cpu?, More cores, more expensive chip, more ram slots, standard parts, and the extra m2 slot for ssd.

The only thing better on the Costco HP amd system is that is has 1 or 2 open sata slots. This HP Intel has none. I looked at the AMD but passed because it had very limited upgrade options.

https://www.xda-developers.com/in...n-7-5700g/
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I am not an expert but while ddr5 faster by 4 to 10% i would take the the more ram, take the ti over the base and the larger ssd here.
I agree; the HP would be better suited for my purposes, as well.
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12-03-2022 at 04:23 PM.
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Costco also has a lenovo deal with 3060, and 16gb ram. otherwise same config for 100 buck cheaper.
https://slickdeals.net/f/16179634-lenovo-ideacentre-5-desktop-intel-core-i7-12700-16gb-ddr4-512gb-ssd-1tb-hdd-rtx-3060-win-11-899-97-s-h-costco?src=SiteSearch
how do they compare?
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