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HP Envy 750se Desktop: i7-6700, 2TB HDD, 16GB DDR4, 6GB GTX 980 Ti, Win 10 EXPIRED

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Promoted 03-20-2016 by Randy71 at 12:28 PM View Original Post
HP.com offers their HP Envy 750se Core i7-6700 Gaming Desktop w/ GTX 980Ti Video Card for $1135.39 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free. Thanks phongle669455
  1. Click Here to begin
  2. Under Graphics Card, select 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti (+$580)
  3. Under Power Supply, select 500W Power supply (+$30)
  4. Under Networking, select HP Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 w/ Bluetooth M.2 NIC (Stone Peak 1) (+$12)
  5. Add to Cart
  6. In cart, apply coupon code SPRING2016
  7. Total should be $1135.39. Shipping is free.
Specs:
  • Core i7-6700 3.4GHz Quad-Core CPU
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 2TB Hard Drive (7200rpm)
  • 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti
  • SuperMulti DVD Burner
  • 500W Power supply
  • Windows 10

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Written by Randy71

This matches the Frontpage Deal from January

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Edited March 20, 2016 at 10:50 AM by annie930ny
Matches a deal from 2 months ago at here.

HP offers their HP Envy 750se Core i7-6700 Gaming Desktop w/ GTX 980Ti Video Card for $1135.39 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.
  1. Click Here [hp.com]
  2. Under Graphics Card, select 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti (+$580)
  3. Under Power Supply, select 500W Power supply (+$30)
  4. Under Networking, select HP Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 w/ Bluetooth M.2 NIC (Stone Peak 1) (+$12)
  5. Add to Cart (pre-coupon total will be $1,621.99)
  6. In cart, apply coupon code SPRING2016
  7. Total should be $1135.39 with free shipping

Specs:
  • Core i7-6700 3.4GHz Quad-Core CPU
  • 16GB DDR4 2133 Memory (2x8GB)
  • 2TB Hard Drive (7200rpm)
  • 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti
  • SuperMulti DVD Burner
  • 500W Power supply
  • Windows 10
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you must love your son Smilie
WEVUDO 8
That PSU is not enough to run this system with that video card.
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#4
Finally bit the bullet and ordered this for my son. Seems like a good deal based on the previous thread. Can a Samsung 500gb ssd be easily added?
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Finally bit the bullet and ordered this for my son. Seems like a good deal based on the previous thread. Can a Samsung 500gb ssd be easily added?
you must love your son Smilie
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Finally bit the bullet and ordered this for my son. Seems like a good deal based on the previous thread. Can a Samsung 500gb ssd be easily added?
Definitely, it is a full size ATX Motherboard from the size of the Tower. So you should have at least 6 SATA Ports, -1 from the original 2TB Hard Drive and you'll have 5 more SATA ports (at least) to add SSDs or Hard Drives.
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Some user reports power shut off on this system. Probably the PSU is not enough. And this rig runs warm due to small case.
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Finally bit the bullet and ordered this for my son. Seems like a good deal based on the previous thread. Can a Samsung 500gb ssd be easily added?
Dang I got the wrong dad.. This is my dream system. I would bite if I didn't build my Haswell system back in October. For $300 more in this I would get i7 Skylake instead of i5 Haswell and GTX 980ti instead of GTX 970. The only thing that keeps me from having builder remorse is that I pick my own parts instead of getting random manufacture parts in this deal..
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That PSU is not enough to run this system with that video card.
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Quote from Techiebug View Post :
Some user reports power shut off on this system. Probably the PSU is not enough. And this rig runs warm due to small case.
I have this system with 6700k. I don't have any trouble. I get lower benchmark scores for some reason but my games run smooth on 4k monitor on Max settings.

Quote from 00dahc View Post :
That PSU is not enough to run this system with that video card.
I know nvidia suggests 600w PSU but I have this machine and it is just fine.
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Last edited by STi March 20, 2016 at 01:30 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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#11
I also bought this system and so far so good. The case is definitely small compared to what I am used to.
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this seems like a great deal. should be FP in no time. I wish they added the option to get a more powerful power supply though...
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I pulled the trigger on the version with the GTX 970 on Friday. With a ram upgrade from 12 to 16 GB it came to $916 after tax and $816 after the SD rebate. Not sure if I should cancel that and get this instead. I game at 1080p. What do you think?
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I pulled the trigger on the version with the GTX 970 on Friday. With a ram upgrade from 12 to 16 GB it came to $916 after tax and $816 after the SD rebate. Not sure if I should cancel that and get this instead. I game at 1080p. What do you think?
Definitely cancel, you will want a stronger GPU once you get the 970. I built my with 970 and think about getting 980 Ti constantly since it was only 300$ more. But I'm not gonna buy a 600 980 Ti and sell for 200 970 now.

Remember, if pascal comes out, it's 1080, then 1080 Ti a year after 1080. As with the trend. So the 980 Ti will be the 2nd dog to Titan still for at least 2 years.

Think about buying a 600, 700, 750 Watt power supply also. They run cheap. 500 is fine if you don't over clock. But the recommended 600 is to keep the power under 80% overload. At 80+ it starts making much more sound than being silent.
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Quote from 00dahc View Post :
That PSU is not enough to run this system with that video card.
Without overclocking it's more than enough. It's a bronze 80

Quote from Techiebug View Post :
Some user reports power shut off on this system. Probably the PSU is not enough. And this rig runs warm due to small case.
I read that it happens if adaptive refresh rate is turned on. I think it was in the previous hp envy deal but I read it in there somewhere amongst the comments
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