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HP has a pre-built i7 6700/980TI/16gbram for $1135 plus Tax

CaptainDangerou
Level 4
I saw this posted on http://www.slickdeals.net. $1135 is a steal for this PC.

HP offers their HP Envy 750se Core i7-6700 Gaming Desktopw/ GTX 980Ti Video Card for $1135.39 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

http://store.hp.com/us/en/ConfigureView ... Vj03fR1Hyw
Follow the link above and add these items to the cart.

  • Under Graphics Card, select 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti (+$580)

  • Under Power Supply, select 500W Power supply (+$30)

  • Under Networking, select HP Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 w/ Bluetooth M.2 NIC (Stone Peak 1) (+$12)

  • Add to Cart (pre-coupon total will be $1,621.99)

  • In cart, apply coupon code HPDESKTOPS

  • Total should be $1135.39 with free shipping

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


Original Link: https://slickdeals.net/f/8452625-hp-env ... =catpagev2

I put together a Similar build on PC Part Picker for those interested for $1319.76 I tried using the cheapest parts I could find. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/HhnXxr

Pics from a reddit user. http://imgur.com/gallery/4qAzw/comment/574215321/1?lr=0

Discussion https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapcsales/ ... 0_2tb_hdd/
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Jokergod2000
Level 5
Wow thanks to the OP! Made my stepdad a happy man. I sent him a screen shot of this post and he picked up one this morning :mrgreen:

StreetPreacher
Level 5
I'm always a bit sceptical about these prebuilt deals. Do they specify exactly what motherboard and what power supply are included? For instance 500W PSUs range from $30-$150... And are these Z170 motherboards?

CaptainDangerou
Level 4
"StreetPreacher" wrote:
I'm always a bit sceptical about these prebuilt deals. Do they specify exactly what motherboard and what power supply are included? For instance 500W PSUs range from $30-$150... And are these Z170 motherboards?


No idea on the MB but the PSU is an 80+ Bronze unit according to the photo link in the OP

Ironlemons
Level 4
Umm... how can 500W Bronze+ PSU power your 980TI? 700W is pretty much minimum and if you'd go with 700W I'd still recommend you get atleast Gold+ or 750W bronze+

TwoHedWlf
Level 11
"Mahtavavarvas" wrote:
Umm... how can 500W Bronze+ PSU power your 980TI? 700W is pretty much minimum and if you'd go with 700W I'd still recommend you get atleast Gold+ or 750W bronze+


980Tis burn about 250watts peak, the CPU another 70ish so 500w if it's a reasonable quality PSU would be borderline but should be ok. Bigger PSU isn't a bad idea.

StreetPreacher
Level 5
"TwoHedWlf" wrote:
"Mahtavavarvas" wrote:
Umm... how can 500W Bronze+ PSU power your 980TI? 700W is pretty much minimum and if you'd go with 700W I'd still recommend you get atleast Gold+ or 750W bronze+


980Tis burn about 250watts peak, the CPU another 70ish so 500w if it's a reasonable quality PSU would be borderline but should be ok. Bigger PSU isn't a bad idea.


And how much power does the Rift draw through the USB ports? It must take a fair bit of juice to light up those two HiRes OLED panels?

CaptainDangerou
Level 4
"StreetPreacher" wrote:
"TwoHedWlf" wrote:
"Mahtavavarvas" wrote:
Umm... how can 500W Bronze+ PSU power your 980TI? 700W is pretty much minimum and if you'd go with 700W I'd still recommend you get atleast Gold+ or 750W bronze+


980Tis burn about 250watts peak, the CPU another 70ish so 500w if it's a reasonable quality PSU would be borderline but should be ok. Bigger PSU isn't a bad idea.


And how much power does the Rift draw through the USB ports? It must take a fair bit of juice to light up those two HiRes OLED panels?


Im not sure if your being serious or trolling but I will try to answer your question.

USB 3.x is rated for 900ma-5v-4.5w Source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB#USB_3.0

So those HiREs OLED panels should draw no more than 4.5watts

Nobbs66
Level 8
Damn! That's a good deal on a PC, especially for a prebuilt.
i7 5820K @ 4.4ghz | R9 Fury Tri X @ 1150mhz | 16GB DDR4 2133mhz

crim3
Level 5
"StreetPreacher" wrote:
And how much power does the Rift draw through the USB ports? It must take a fair bit of juice to light up those two HiRes OLED panels?
Very low power consumption is one of the benefits of OLED technology.

jodyrbrennan
Level 3
Unfortunately, it looks like the coupon code no longer works.