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Deals June 4: Dell Haswell Core i7 PC + 23" IPS LCD $850

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Dell XPS 8500 Core i7-4770 3.4GHz "Haswell" Quad-core Desktop w/8GB RAM, Radeon HD 7570 & 23" UltraSharp Monitor for $849.99 with free shipping (normally $1,174.99 - use coupon code 0H9Q3PQ6L3744C ).

 

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    jezus53 , June 4, 2013 4:22 PM
    "Dell XPS 8500 Core i7-4770 3.4GHz "Haswell" Quad-core Desktop w/8GB RAM, Radeon HD 7570 & 23" UltraSharp Monitor for $849.99 with free shipping (normally $1,174.99 - use coupon code 0H9Q3PQ6L3744C )."
    How can something that just came out have a "normal price" already? Made me giggle a little.
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    Sangeet Khatri , June 5, 2013 6:34 AM
    Radeon 7570 with i7?? What kind of combination is that?
    With i7 i personally would not have anything less than 650 ti boost
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    swordrage , June 5, 2013 7:00 AM
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    Radeon 7570 with i7?? What kind of combination is that?
    With i7 i personally would not have anything less than 650 ti boost


    And thats why no one that reads tom's HW will buy that thing.
    By the way, love your tagline and will have to agree... tell some one that you've got a gtx 680 graphics card, he will ask you is that a 1gb or 2gb graphics card or at best a ddr3 or ddr5, and you drop your jaws to your knees and die.
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    Sangeet Khatri , June 29, 2013 7:08 AM
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    Radeon 7570 with i7?? What kind of combination is that?
    With i7 i personally would not have anything less than 650 ti boost


    And thats why no one that reads tom's HW will buy that thing.
    By the way, love your tagline and will have to agree... tell some one that you've got a gtx 680 graphics card, he will ask you is that a 1gb or 2gb graphics card or at best a ddr3 or ddr5, and you drop your jaws to your knees and die.


    I recommended my friend to get a 7750 1GB DDR5 card and then he took advice from another "so considered techy friend" who must have said him that "1 GB graphics card are available for as low as 1700 rupees". So he said to me, that i know nothing and blah blah.. you know.. What could i say, i said go to hell. :D 

    He must have got the Nvidia 210 at the end. Such a loser..

    Anyways they would not notice it at the end of the day because they must be using an old 1024x768 monitor and hence any card shall run games at that resolution.. LOL :D 

    And also when i tell my friends that go for Pentium G2020 they think i am fool suggesting them Pentium chip at the time of i3's and they are more happy to buy a first generation i3 rather than having a 3rd generation Ivy Bridge Pentium.

    A lot of noobs around here. It gets me some laughs though... LOL