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[Newegg] Gaming desktop Ryzen 5 5600x - RTX3070 -$1999

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[Newegg] Gaming desktop Ryzen 5 5600x - RTX3070 -$1999

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Ryzen5 5600X 6 Core 12 Thread 3.6GHz up to 4.7GHz
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 8GB 256bit
B550M Motherboard
1TB SSD NVMe
16GB DDR4 3200MHz
750W Glod Power supply
RGB FANS*5

$1999

Seems like a great deal for the specs.

Not sure about reviews or warranty on IPASON though,,
Last edited by PEACEISGOOD on Jan 14th, 2021 12:42 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Apr 17, 2003
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Ships from China....ok, everything ships from China...

No idea on shipping duration and warranty (return to base or local?)...
Deal Addict
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Ships from China. That's going take forever.
[OP]
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Aug 27, 2008
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TORONTO
It says 11-33 days... if that’s true that’s much less then dell lol
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Sonbuster wrote: price seems too good to be true.
Not to mention, the following components could all be China domestic brands:
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 8GB 256bit
  • B550M Motherboard
  • 1TB SSD NVMe
  • 16GB DDR4 3200MHz
  • 750W Glod Power supply
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Feb 22, 2018
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Sold and shipped by: Ipason Computer Official

So, not newegg
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Jan 10, 2007
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Tempting, anyone ever order from this particular seller?
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That GPU is sagging so hard I thought JNCO was making a comeback.
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Aug 13, 2019
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Could you please put price in title.. Cheers
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Gotta love those " glod " psus
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Sonbuster wrote: price seems too good to be true.
idk...
$1130 - CPU + Vidcard retail
$80 - cheap 750W ps
$70 - cheap 3200Mhz ram
$110 - cheap 550 mobo
$130 - cheap 1 TB NVME SSD
$60 - cheap case

$1,580 total

Better off building yourself... problem of course is cant find CPU/GPU anywhere.
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Siskel1 wrote: idk...
$1130 - CPU + Vidcard retail
$80 - cheap 750W ps
$70 - cheap 3200Mhz ram
$110 - cheap 550 mobo
$130 - cheap 1 TB NVME SSD
$60 - cheap case

$1,580 total

Better off building yourself... problem of course is cant find CPU/GPU anywhere.
Uhhh kinda pushing it there. Should be near 2000 total when you include watercooler, fans, actual price of what the components would cost and most importantly the fact that the GPU and CPU would be minimum over 1300 since all retailers are selling way above MSRP right now.

It's actually a good deal when you consider that GPU prices are about to get much worse (tariffs). My only worry would be the PSU.
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XGonGiveItToYa wrote: It's actually a good deal when you consider that GPU prices are about to get much worse (tariffs). My only worry would be the PSU.
On a related note, all I've heard about these tariffs is in relation to the US. Not much mention of Canada. I'm wondering if we can all just ship directly from China going forward and avoid them.
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XGonGiveItToYa wrote: Uhhh kinda pushing it there. Should be near 2000 total when you include watercooler, fans, actual price of what the components would cost and most importantly the fact that the GPU and CPU would be minimum over 1300 since all retailers are selling way above MSRP right now.

It's actually a good deal when you consider that GPU prices are about to get much worse (tariffs). My only worry would be the PSU.
A no name RGB AIO is <$85. Cheap fans would be next to nothing.

"all retailers are selling way above MSRP", there are many selling for MSRP, but it means waiting for stock.
https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... anguage=en
https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... anguage=en
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Flonkeys wrote: On a related note, all I've heard about these tariffs is in relation to the US. Not much mention of Canada. I'm wondering if we can all just ship directly from China going forward and avoid them.
Funny how despite Canada having nothing to do with the US-China trade war we still end up paying even more than Americans do, and that's because our GPU's go through the US, meaning they're subjected to Trump's tariffs with the classic "Eff you Canada" tax added on top (even after you factor in currency conversion rate). The situation with GPU's is so hopeless right now, and just recently Nvidia came out and said that the issue was more about high demand and less about constrained supply, meaning that Nvidia could pump out as many cards as it could and miners will still scoop them all up. I feel like a few months from now GPU's will retail at double their original MSRP, so get them while you still can. OP's deal might look warm-ish right now but a few weeks from now it'll look like a steal in the same way that MSRP prices months ago would be considered amazing right now.

Really hoping some Canadian suppliers step up and get the cards directly from sources instead of sourcing them from the US through other middlemen.
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Went putting one together on PCPP on paper, came to $2000 before tax, with decent parts that I like (no-OC is expected. Aiming for stability). I'd say, go DIY if you can do it (and find the parts).

https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/
(Assuming a 5600x at $430)
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thomas997 wrote: A no name RGB AIO is <$85. Cheap fans would be next to nothing.

"all retailers are selling way above MSRP", there are many selling for MSRP, but it means waiting for stock.
https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... anguage=en
https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... anguage=en
Uhm the showcased price is irrelevant though, nobody is selling at those prices anymore. The last 3070 in stock was on Newegg yesterday, this one here

https://www.newegg.ca/asus-geforce-rtx- ... 6814126484

It was 1100$ and still immediately sold out. Retailers are taking advantage of the high demand to pump up prices by hundreds of dollars. My 1300 figure was extremely generous and was a bare minimum, you won't find 3070 at MSRP anymore outside of Nvidia's website. It seems like many people still have the mindset that we're still in October/November 2020, we're not. Newegg has been particularly scummy here pushing combos where they add even higher prices to the GPU.

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