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MSI Codex Intel i7 GTX1070 2TB Gaming Desktop PC VR

Equipped with military-grade components ensure excellent stability, power efficiency and performance to provide a smooth operation. To deliver the crispest sound signal to gamers; ears, a special hardware amplifier called Audio Boost is integrated onto the Codexs motherboard, especially benefiting gamers using a gaming headset. Discover next-generation vr performance, the lowest latency, and plug-and-play compatibility with leading headsetsdriven by nvidia vrworks technologies. Vr audio, physics, and haptics let you hear and feel every moment. CPU and Memory: Intel Core i7 quad core. I7-6700. 8GB RAM. Hard drive: 2TB storage. Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce gtx 1070 with 8000MB memory. Interfaces and connectivity: 6 x USB 2.0 ports. 3 x USB 3.0 ports. Ethernet port. 1 HDMI port. Operating system and software: Microsoft Windows 10. General features: Size H45.5, W19.5, D50cm. Weight 10.3kg. Manufacturers 2 year guarantee.

Sold by: Argos
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Brand: MSI
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UPC/EAN/GTIN: 4719072470654

Product Category: Technology: Laptops and PCs
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Current price: £1299.99

Most recent price change was on
Tuesday 21 March 2017

Was £1399.99
Down by 7%
Saving £100.00

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Price Drop City has been tracking this product since Sunday 11 December 2016. Since then, the lowest price it has sold for is £1,099.99 (first seen on Tuesday 27 December 2016) and the highest price it has sold for is £1,399.99 (first seen on Sunday 11 December 2016).

The median price over the time we have been tracking it is £1,299.99.

This product has changed price four times since we started tracking it, giving it a price volatility rating of 4.

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