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[Dell] Alienware Steam Machine Core i5 only $375 after coupon

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Originally a $650 purchase, today Dell has a pretty hot deal on this mid-ranged Alienware Steam Machine with a Core i5 processor down to $375. Great value for someone looking to get into PC gaming for about the price of an 8th gen video game console. Heck, tempting just to get for my own TV at this price.

 

 

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just adding for information: that i5 has an MSRP of $192

and the 860M is about on par with a GTX750 (non-ti)

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Just now, manikyath said:

just adding for information: that i5 has an MSRP of $192

and the 860M is about on par with a GTX750 (non-ti)

860M is a 750 Ti core with 1100MHz core clock and 5GHz memory clock. It performs right between the 750 and 750 Ti and is around a 650 Ti Boost


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Just now, don_svetlio said:

860M is a 750 Ti core with 1100MHz core clock and 5GHz memory clock. It performs right between the 750 and 750 Ti and is around a 650 Ti Boost

on userbenchmark it kinda fiddles around the GTX750

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Damn, that's a pretty decent deal.


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7 minutes ago, manikyath said:

on userbenchmark it kinda fiddles around the GTX750

Userbench is somewhat good but mostly gives you a rough estimate since some people's laptops throttle (Asus, I am looking at you) to 940MHz or lower


Archangel (Desktop) CPU: i5 4590 GPU:Asus R9 280  3GB RAM:HyperX Beast 2x4GBPSU:SeaSonic S12G 750W Mobo:GA-H97m-HD3 Case:CM Silencio 650 Storage:1 TB WD Red
Celestial (Laptop 1) CPU:i7 4720HQ GPU:GTX 860M 4GB RAM:2x4GB SK Hynix DDR3Storage: 250GB 850 EVO Model:Lenovo Y50-70
Seraph (Laptop 2) CPU:i7 6700HQ GPU:GTX 970M 3GB RAM:2x8GB DDR4Storage: 256GB Samsung 951 + 1TB Toshiba HDD Model:Asus GL502VT

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8 minutes ago, mok said:

is that USD? 

no IT'S PATRICK!


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Its a good deal imo. Especially for the compact size of it. My buddy has the I7 version and got it for like $625 or something on Ebay last Christmas. He's got the Alienware Amplifier now with a full GTX 960. Not the best but still not bad. 


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Good value against Nucs for a HTPC. This has a true quad core and dGPU.


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Oh damn, me want that deal ;-; 

This would be smaller than my new ITX build but I guess it's less powerful...while being cheaper as well...

 

Quad i5 and dGPU for $375 is...fucking great...it's not something like a 840m either...


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