dealsamd quad core 8gb ddr3 pc kit for $199.00 + free…

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Actual price is $279.99, less 3 x $20 plus 2 x $10 rebates.

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Still a decent deal and a great option for Windows 7

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You have to send in 5 rebates to get that price?

Lol.

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It's a lot of rebates to fill out, but that's still less time and probably less money all said and done than searching and waiting for another deal that's going to match the price for performance

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Looks like a great, cheap, easy build for a media center PC... hmmm....

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Don't forget to buy a hard drive if you get this...

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I just recently purchased a bundled deal like this from Tiger Direct, with $50 in rebates.

I got absolutely $0 worth of rebates back. They all emailed me and said they were declined. I purchased 11/19 (mind you the rebate said it was available and I could print it out after purchase) but the rebate didn't start until 11/23. So they declined it even after it was advertised.

Cheap companies.

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@itoastie: I would take that up with Tiger Direct... They can't advertise it if it won't be accepted. I checked to see for this one and all the dates were current for rebates today in the rebate information overview, but that's good to know. I'll keep that in mind next time I order something with rebates.

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id get this if i didnt just order a Raspberry Pi to try and solve my HTPC needs / play with (I already have a network storage center)

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Supply your own hard drive and cables...

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All those parts can be bought at Microcenter for $230 after rebates you actually get. Parts list includes a HIS AMD Radeon HD 5450, 8g Crucial Ballistix Ram (1600), and the MSI 760GM-P34 FX. Thermaltake 600w PSU, same case and proc.

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It's a decent deal but, as said you have to do the footwork with the rebates. Also some if not most of these companies are very sketchy with rebates. I've purchased a lot of computer equipment lately and it's a coin toss if you will get your rebate or not. If you do it takes AGES.