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Here's an all-in-one desktop with an i7-7700k and a GTX 1070 for just $1100 on Amazon (Updated)

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Update: With the deal expired, the price is now $1,300. Still a great price, but not quite the deal it was. Check out our Black Friday desktop PC hub (opens in new tab) for more deals on pre-built PCs. Original story below.

Black Friday is officially here. Instead of sorting through the tsunami of deals on your own, check out our coverage of all the best deals (opens in new tab) on hardware, games, and accessories right here.

If you're in the market for a new PC, though, one deal you shouldn't ignore is this iBuyPower Ultra Gaming PC AM900Z (opens in new tab), which comes packed with an i7-7700K at 4.2 GHz, a Geforce GTX 1070 8GB, 16GB DDR4 RAM, and a 1TB HDD along with a 240GB SSD. At just $1100 (15% off), it's a total steal.

Normally we always recommend buying parts individually and assembling a PC yourself, but the AM900Z costs just barely above the total sum of its individual components and comes with a mouse and keyboard. If you're not up for the hassle of putting a PC together on your own (and, hey, I don't blame you) this is a very lucrative offer.

The i7-7700K is an incremental step up over previous generations, but isn't nearly as impressive as the new Coffee Lake generation of Intel CPUs. (opens in new tab) It's still a powerhouse in its own right (opens in new tab), however. The GTX 1070 is, without a doubt, the best graphics card (opens in new tab) for the money. And with 16 GB of DDR4 RAM, a 1TB HDD and 240GB SSD, you basically have everything you need for a battlestation that will last you years.

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Steven Messner
Steven Messner

With over 7 years of experience with in-depth feature reporting, Steven's mission is to chronicle the fascinating ways that games intersect our lives. Whether it's colossal in-game wars in an MMO, or long-haul truckers who turn to games to protect them from the loneliness of the open road, Steven tries to unearth PC gaming's greatest untold stories. His love of PC gaming started extremely early. Without money to spend, he spent an entire day watching the progress bar on a 25mb download of the Heroes of Might and Magic 2 demo that he then played for at least a hundred hours. It was a good demo.