$617 $1100
Update [10/10]: It's now $1078 - $392 off with code XPSDTAFF01 - extra 10% off w/ code AFFSAVE10 [Exp 10/11 at 5AM PT] = $617 with free shipping.

Dell (Member Purchase Program)* has the Dell XPS 8930 9th Generation Core i5 Hexa-Core Tower Desktop for $1078 - $392 off with code XPSDTAFF01 in cart = $686 with free shipping. 64-bit Windows 10 Home installed.

*Non-members can check out as a guest user.

  • Intel Core i5-9400 2.90GHz 6-Core, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD
  • 6GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660, 802.11ac, BT 4.2, DVD-RW

  • The Core i7-9700 / 16GB DDR4 / 512GB SSD / 4GB GTX 1050 Ti model is $1372 - $441 off with code DTXPSAFF1 in cart = $931 with free shipping.
    $617 retail: $1100
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    btc909
    Ben's cred: 606
    Posted 9:39pm PDT 09/24/2019
    Posted 9:39pm PDT 09/24/2019
    The Aurora R8 was a better deal & you can run SLI.
    cameraz
    Ben's cred: 97
    Posted 7:28am PDT 09/25/2019
    Posted 7:28am PDT 09/25/2019
    Don't buy this. The XPS 8930 is plagued with a well-documented freeze-up problem, in which the computer locks up for 6 to 8 seconds several times a day while you're working on it. Neither Dell support nor the many contributors to the Dell forum can find a solution to it.

    I have this computer with the i7 processor and can confirm that the freeze-ups are very annoying.
    helmerpgustavsson
    Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 10:06am PDT 09/25/2019
    Posted 10:06am PDT 09/25/2019
    I can agree. I experience the same issue. Also have an i7. For me I also have issues with the USB. I have to unplug from different USB ports until my devices work again.
    btc909
    Ben's cred: 606
    Posted 9:21pm PDT 09/25/2019
    Posted 9:21pm PDT 09/25/2019
    Don't buy this. The XPS 8930 is plagued with a well-documented freeze-up problem, in which the computer locks up for 6 to 8 seconds several times a day while you're working on it. Neither Dell support nor the many contributors to the Dell forum can find a solution to it.

    I have this computer with the i7 processor and can confirm that the freeze-ups are very annoying.

    I've installed a bunch of these computers. I have only had that complaint once. I also S can those POS 1TB Seagate hard drives. Keep up to date with Dell SupportAssist. Always run NVidia cards (multiple monitors) and have had issues with previous performance issues with recent NVidia driver versions (seems fine now). One 8930 had a USB mouse / keyboard issue. Replaced the motherboard.