[SOLVED] $700 Pre Built

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One of my friends is wanting to get a pc but it has to be a Pre Built, He would use this pc for gaming and would mostly play Minecraft, Fortnite, GTA 5 and Rocket League
His Budget is $700ish

He can buy from all known websites, Ebay, amazon, newegg, etc.

Thanks in advance for the help! If you need more information just let me know
 

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Dell:

Use the following coupon code: 50OFF699 ($749.99-$50= $700)

https://deals.dell.com/en-us/productdetail/5qoi?AID=227502&cjevent=7277bf2e158911eb80f500b90a240613&gacd=9694607-23736398-5750457-266319267-127795103&dgc=af&VEN1=12578053-227502-05gRFUwGMlsYKd8ETxhf7rG&dclid=CIaL-Jjyy-wCFYwKoQod4oUPhA

Here is a Lenovo from Newegg: $679

https://www.newegg.com/lenovo-90lw0000us/p/1VK-0003-1B267?nm_mc=AFC-RAN-COM&cm_mmc=AFC-RAN-COM&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_source=afc-techbargains.com&AFFID=125764&AFFNAME=techbargains.com&ACRID=1&ASUBID=02wBBp8WyKgN1Aff1VULmTr&ASID=https://techbargains.com/&ranMID=44583&ranEAID=125764&ranSiteID=Es5Ekr9eEBk-aAeE_BHH7i2XobkMLNsCZg

Amazon and Ebay are quite hard to search. I suggest looking for video cards, like the 1660, 1660Ti, and the RX5600 and 5700 to get a somewhat decent gaming machine.

Problem with pre-builts is usually lower quality memory and motherboards. Normally I would say power supplies as well, but they actually have the best source of cheap but not terrible power supplies at the moment.
 
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Eximo

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Dell:

Use the following coupon code: 50OFF699 ($749.99-$50= $700)

https://deals.dell.com/en-us/productdetail/5qoi?AID=227502&cjevent=7277bf2e158911eb80f500b90a240613&gacd=9694607-23736398-5750457-266319267-127795103&dgc=af&VEN1=12578053-227502-05gRFUwGMlsYKd8ETxhf7rG&dclid=CIaL-Jjyy-wCFYwKoQod4oUPhA

Here is a Lenovo from Newegg: $679

https://www.newegg.com/lenovo-90lw0000us/p/1VK-0003-1B267?nm_mc=AFC-RAN-COM&cm_mmc=AFC-RAN-COM&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_source=afc-techbargains.com&AFFID=125764&AFFNAME=techbargains.com&ACRID=1&ASUBID=02wBBp8WyKgN1Aff1VULmTr&ASID=https://techbargains.com/&ranMID=44583&ranEAID=125764&ranSiteID=Es5Ekr9eEBk-aAeE_BHH7i2XobkMLNsCZg

Amazon and Ebay are quite hard to search. I suggest looking for video cards, like the 1660, 1660Ti, and the RX5600 and 5700 to get a somewhat decent gaming machine.

Problem with pre-builts is usually lower quality memory and motherboards. Normally I would say power supplies as well, but they actually have the best source of cheap but not terrible power supplies at the moment.
 
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MKLninja

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Dell:

Use the following coupon code: 50OFF699 ($749.99-$50= $700)

https://deals.dell.com/en-us/productdetail/5qoi?AID=227502&cjevent=7277bf2e158911eb80f500b90a240613&gacd=9694607-23736398-5750457-266319267-127795103&dgc=af&VEN1=12578053-227502-05gRFUwGMlsYKd8ETxhf7rG&dclid=CIaL-Jjyy-wCFYwKoQod4oUPhA

Here is a Lenovo from Newegg: $679

https://www.newegg.com/lenovo-90lw0000us/p/1VK-0003-1B267?nm_mc=AFC-RAN-COM&cm_mmc=AFC-RAN-COM&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_source=afc-techbargains.com&AFFID=125764&AFFNAME=techbargains.com&ACRID=1&ASUBID=02wBBp8WyKgN1Aff1VULmTr&ASID=https://techbargains.com/&ranMID=44583&ranEAID=125764&ranSiteID=Es5Ekr9eEBk-aAeE_BHH7i2XobkMLNsCZg

Amazon and Ebay are quite hard to search. I suggest looking for video cards, like the 1660, 1660Ti, and the RX5600 and 5700 to get a somewhat decent gaming machine.

Problem with pre-builts is usually lower quality memory and motherboards. Normally I would say power supplies as well, but they actually have the best source of cheap but not terrible power supplies at the moment.
Thank you, I have a gtx 1050 I can give him I also have some ddr3 ram I can give him
 

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DDR3 is basically useless if you are buying anything recent. All Ryzen and Intel systems from 6th gen and up use DDR4.

If you want a barebones system without a GPU, then I'm not sure why best answer is already selected. That frees up a lot more cash.

Still, to get a gaming PC, you pretty much have to go with a GPU, otherwise you will end up with small chassis not intended for upgrades. If you want to build around a GTX 1050, then I strongly suggest doing it yourself.

Something like a Ryzen 2600, B450 motherboard, 2x8GB DDR4 3000Mhz, 550W power supply and a basic chassis with at least two fans. Choice of SSD/hard drive.
 
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MKLninja

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DDR3 is basically useless if you are buying anything recent. All Ryzen and Intel systems from 6th gen and up use DDR4.

If you want a barebones system without a GPU, then I'm not sure why best answer is already selected. That frees up a lot more cash.

Still, to get a gaming PC, you pretty much have to go with a GPU, otherwise you will end up with small chassis not intended for upgrades. If you want to build around a GTX 1050, then I strongly suggest doing it yourself.

Something like a Ryzen 2600, B450 motherboard, 2x8GB DDR4 3000Mhz, 550W power supply and a basic chassis with at least two fans. Choice of SSD/hard drive.
I looked at the gpu wrong on the link what u sent it good, thank you very much!
 

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