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    Default FS: Alienware Aurora - Desktop PC - PRICE DROP

    Up for grabs is an Alienware Aurora Desktop PC. Specs below. Don't want to sell it, but the S4 needs a new clutch

    Watercooled Intel Core i7 8700
    16GB DDR4 ram
    1TB Hard drive with 16gb Intel Optane boost
    Nvidia GTX 1070 graphics card
    All the rest of the usual alienware stuff - good sound, killer lan, lights, etc. Also comes with new Alienware keyboard and mouse
    Windows 10

    This is a current model you can walk in to Best Buy right now and purchase(for $1,500).

    $800 firm

    Located in Waterford

    Text preferred, but call if you must
    248-990-2976
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    Dropped price to $800 firm.

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    How old is it? Kinda interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jspec View Post
    How old is it? Kinda interested.
    I bought it new in March while the 1080ti's were out of stock. Used it for about a month until I built a new machine, and then my fiancee was using it for school work on occasion. Plenty of life left in it.

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    $800 is a steal. If you build it with the basic parts listed and the cheapest of the rest (power supply, 1TB drive, cheap case, etc.) you're still easily over $1,000 and odd's are it has much higher quality parts than what you'd get for that cheapest price. For someone looking for a gaming PC you won't be able to build this yourself for anywhere near $800.
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