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Dell Gaming Desktop PC i7-8700 AIO Cooler, RTX2060, DVD, Keyboard & Mouse, WiFi £858.85 with Student Beans code @ Dell
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Dell Gaming Desktop PC i7-8700 AIO Cooler, RTX2060, DVD, Keyboard & Mouse, WiFi £858.85 with Student Beans code @ Dell

£858.85£1,268.9932%Dell Shop Deals
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Posted 10th Dec 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

This tower is now listed with 21% off at £999.00 until 18 Dec 2019

With a Student Beans account you can use the 10% off XPS, Alienware, G-Series Gaming and INSP7000 code, which brings the total to £858.85

i7 8700 - AIO Liquid Cooler
Windows 10 Home 64bit
NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2060 6GB
8GB DDR4 at 2666MHz (1 x 8GB)
128GB M.2 SATA SSD (Boot) + 1TB 7200RPM SATA (Storage)
Dell WirelessQualcomm DW1810 1x1 802.11ac Wi-Fi Wireless + Bluetooth 4.2
Tray Loading Dual Layer DVD Burner
Polar Blue LED illumination

Full specs also show a keyboard and mouse included:
"KeyboardDell Multimedia Keyboard-KB216 - UK (QWERTY) -
BlackMouseDell Optical Mouse - MS116 - Black"
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7 Comments
Anyone know which graphics card model of the rtx 2060 this have?
Jeffers201810/12/2019 13:20

Anyone know which graphics card model of the rtx 2060 this have?


Assuming its the same as the XPS Desktops, its this one (which suffers from pretty bad coil whine - though this is a subjective thing, some people don't notice it!):


ebay.com/itm…557
Even with the discount it's not a great price. I'd also be wary as you probably can't upgrade anything in this if you ever wanted to. Last Dell I had came with a case that barely fit the components, and a PSU that was just barely enough to run the contents. It also failed after a couple of weeks and took a month to repair and was not re-assembled properly.
You could probably get a better system elsewhere, or build your own for better value.
lemming3k10/12/2019 13:55

Even with the discount it's not a great price. I'd also be wary as you …Even with the discount it's not a great price. I'd also be wary as you probably can't upgrade anything in this if you ever wanted to. Last Dell I had came with a case that barely fit the components, and a PSU that was just barely enough to run the contents. It also failed after a couple of weeks and took a month to repair and was not re-assembled properly.You could probably get a better system elsewhere, or build your own for better value.


Care to back up your claims with a better pre-built system elsewhere?

Obviously building your own will generally always be cheaper and better, but not everybody wants to, e.g parent buying a pc for their kid
Is this the same one that was £829 the other day?

hotukdeals.com/dea…725
Edited by: "Uncommon.Sense" 10th Dec 2019
Organdonor10/12/2019 14:12

Care to back up your claims with a better pre-built system …Care to back up your claims with a better pre-built system elsewhere?Obviously building your own will generally always be cheaper and better, but not everybody wants to, e.g parent buying a pc for their kid


This one came up yesterday and has a better CPU and GPU, though it needs the O/S;
hotukdeals.com/dea…482

Obviously nothing will be exactly the same and I'm not saying it's a horrible deal, but bearing in mind a PC is unlikely to be an urgent purchase I'd always shop around over a number of weeks and from my experience I avoid Dell.
The student discount is unlikely to help a parent looking for a pre-build (although it may help others looking for one) but I'd have been watching Cyber Monday for deals and no doubt the sales after Christmas will have some.

Self builds can be daunting, but not as tricky as people think and certainly worth it.
Voted cold for the reason below:

RGB Thermaltake case + PSU £70
rtx 2060 £280
i7 8700 off ebay £230
1TB SSD £80
B360 motherboard approx. £80
16GB High speed DDR4 approx £50

with a cost of approx £800 you can build a better gaming PC than this one and with decent warranty. And for those who will criticise the i7 8700 off ebay, just remember, CPUs never break
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