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here's a starter gaming computer for $860 - 8GB RAM and a GTX1060 6GB though but all the other bits are okay.

CYBERPOWERPC BattleBox Essential GMA2000A Gaming PC (AMD Ryzen 7 1700 3.0GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 120GB SSD, Win 10 Home) Black

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Great thread! I'm a deal hunter myself so constantly looking out for this kind of stuff. Recently landed a Logitech G900 mouse for $69, Blue Yeti broadcaster set w/boom arm and pop filter for $87, Steam Link for $2.50 and Corsair Void Pro SE Dolby Wireless headphones for $65

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This 120gb is going for $22!!! Use it for your SC download. I use and approve of Crucial SSDs. Buy them for your friends. Seriously.

Use code EMCTUTE23

Crucial BX500 2.5" 120GB SATA III 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) CT120BX500SSD1

 

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