Thermaltake – Arctic i4790 Gaming Desktop – Intel Core i9-13900KF – 64GB RGB Memory – NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 – 3TB NVMe M.2 – White
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Thermaltake – Arctic i4790 Gaming Desktop – Intel Core i9-13900KF – 64GB RGB Memory – NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 – 3TB NVMe M.2 – White Prices
Price History for Thermaltake - Arctic i4790 Gaming Desktop - Intel Core i9-13900KF - 64GB RGB Memory - NVIDIA...
|Current Price||$4,599.99||March 8, 2023|
|Highest Price||$4,599.99||February 5, 2023|
|Lowest Price||$4,599.99||February 5, 2023|
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|$4,599.99||February 5, 2023|
This machine is the best you can buy. Has some of the highest specs out. I bought it to run a…
Since it was difficult to purchase RTX4090 alone, I bought a PC that happened to be in stock. I…
Purchased for the sake of the Totaltech warranty and to save myself a headache. So far it’s running stable, and runs Warzone 2 with the settings cranked flawlessly. This is the case that I wanted to use as well, the airflow is excellent! This case can also be mounted on the wall, For those of you that are short on space. Just make sure you follow the guides online! The RTX 4090 that comes installed is a bit of a let down. It’s the “basic” MSI RTX 4090. Would have liked to seen at least a bit better than average card in here for the price, but, that’s how these guys make their money. Same issue here as the other guy. The wrong CPU is installed / stated here in the listing. It has the i9 13900K installed, not the 13900KF. I’m still debating on if I’m going to return it or not. I already feel like I need to put a better Motherboard, RAM, AIO Cooler, Cables, and PSU in here. I’m obviously not speaking for everyone by any means, but my overall feeling about this machine is If we’re to pay this much for an expensive and top of the line gaming rig, at least give us some parts that make us happy to look at (at the very least) in such a nice modern case, and not make us feel that we got jipped to make the numbers look better on paper. Feeling like you need to upgrade a machine of this caliber nearly immediately is laughable.
My fan rgb lights not working and my cpu rgb, this disappointed me much. Other than that this pc is good for any games.
Since it was difficult to purchase RTX4090 alone, I bought a PC that happened to be in stock. I really wanted to buy the parts and assemble it myself. So purchasing this was not the optimal solution. About Unpacking. I could not figure out how to open the inner box just by looking at it. It is bolted to the inner box. After removing the inner box, you need to check the top and bottom of the PC and remove the bolts. The video card is secured with cushioning material to prevent it from breaking. This cushioning material is a generic material that is forced into place. CPU The Spec said i9-13900KF, but it had a 13900K installed. To be honest, I would like it to be cheaper, just a KF. (Wrong installation?) Storage Two NVMe M.2 SSDs are installed. System: Seagate FireCuda 530 1TB PCIe Gen4 Data: MSI M370 2TB PCIe Gen3 This storage configuration was disappointing; NVMe 2TB PCIe Gen4 would have been better. Memory Maybe this is it; RG34D516GX2-5600C36B. Not Bad. But, It is an expensive PC, I was expecting 6000 MT/s for Thermartake DDR5. Video Card No complaints. It is performing as expected. Case I have no particular preference. It can be this case or not this case. However, this case is almost open, but it is not very high maintenance.