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PowerSpec G313 Desktop Computer; Intel Core i5-6600K  16GB DDR4-3000 RAM; 480GB SSD
$999.99
http://www.microcenter.com/product/467635/G313_Desktop_Computer

Pickup in-store where stock permits, otherwise shipping starts at $28.10

Intel Core i5-6600K Processor 3.5GHz Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 16GB DDR4-3000 RAM 480GB Solid State Drive NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 VR Ready Asus 24x DVDRW Drive Multi-in-One Memory Card Reader 10/100/1000 Network 802.11b/g/n Wireless MSI Z170A PC Mate Systemboard Display Not Included
The PowerSpec G313 desktop computer is a powerful gaming machine featuring the Intel Core i5-6600K unlocked processor, an MSI Z170A PC Mate system board powered by a 500W Bronze PSU, 16GB DDR4-3000 RAM, a 480GB Solid State Boot Drive, and a GTX 1070 8GB discrete video card to provide an incredible experience playing the most demanding games in the market today! Note: This system is preinstalled with Windows 10 Home software.

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Sounds like an OK but not great deal. The video card alone is approx $420. Add $130 for the SSD, $150 for the processor, $100 for the MB, $100 for the RAM, $60 for the case, $100 for Win 10, and the cost to build would be approx $1060. Notice I didn't include the PSU, becuase it seems they cheaped out on it and went for a low-cost version. That probably should be replaced unless it's a good name brand (unlikely).

However, if you're overclocking, you'll also need a better cooler, which will take some work and probably void the warranty.

The downside is, for the $60 savings vs build-your-own, and the time savings, you give up the flexibility of selecting parts to meet your particular needs.

sounds way to high at this price.

pictures show a 600W evga power supply (reasonable brand, far enough power) and a cooler master tower heat-sink, again enough for light overclocking.
For a preassembled computer, this is rather both balanced and reasonably priced. (but not a super hot deal)

Frenchy2k1 said:   pictures show a 600W evga power supply (reasonable brand, far enough power) and a cooler master tower heat-sink, again enough for light overclocking.
For a preassembled computer, this is rather both balanced and reasonably priced. (but not a super hot deal)

  is there anyway to make sure that its a rated power supply? 

supercandyman said:   
Frenchy2k1 said:   pictures show a 600W evga power supply (reasonable brand, far enough power) and a cooler master tower heat-sink, again enough for light overclocking.
For a preassembled computer, this is rather both balanced and reasonably priced. (but not a super hot deal)

  is there anyway to make sure that its a rated power supply? 

  Picture shows 80 plus, description says 500 watt bronze PSU



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