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Medion Erazer X67011 Gaming PC i7-8700 | 16GB DDR4 | 1TB+256GB | GTX 1060 $1039.20 C&C (or +$12 Delivery) @ Bing Lee eBay

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Bought this gaming PC earlier this year and thought the $1799 price tag was pretty good - now it has been slashed to only $1299.00 on Ebay or directly from Bing Lee, and a further 20% discount is available today only using EBAY code PBINGLEE which brings the price down to only $1039.20. Try finding a pc with these specs at a price anywhere similar…
Processor : Intel® Core™ i7-8700
Operating System: Windows 10
Video Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 1060
Storage: 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD
RAM: 16GB
Optical Drive: DVD
Card Reader: Yes

Full Specs at https://www.binglee.com.au/medion-md34084-erazer-x67011-gami...

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  • +7 votes

    jeeez i really want a good laptop… but the specs and this price would be pretty great for video editing with gaming

    • +2 votes

      Haha me too - literally just bought another $500 in ebay giftcards to get the dell gaming laptop for 1k, and now this comes up!

      • +8 votes

        me three. damn it. Now I can't decide. My 10 yr old PC still runs what I play but this just makes me want to upgrade just for the barGAINS!

  • +18 votes

    PC Case Gear:

    CPU - $479
    Cheapest 6GB GTX 1060 - $379

    So that's 858 already.

    You now have $181 remaining to find a motherboard, power supply, ram, ssd / hd and win10 license.

    So pretty good value.

    • +7 votes

      While the system is great value, no one in their right mind is paying $480 for an i7-8700.

      Intel have a global shortage on 8th gen, so prices have spiked pretty badly, but there's still small opportunities to get the 8700k for under $500 (though it really should be priced around $420-$440 with better supply) and the 8700 for about $440 when there's good sales on.

      But there's not much of an argument to be made in favour of paying that much versus buying AMD, especially moving forward.

    • +2 votes

      what mobo and psu does this medion use for comparison?

      ASuck mobo with Combustair PSU?

  • +17 votes

    More detailed spec (for those who want to know whether it is a 3GB or 6GB GTX 1060):

    Design: Design "X30" (450 / 1 HDD HotSwap Frame / FOB)
    Brand: MEDION
    CPU: Intel Core i7 - 8700
    Motherboard: Z370
    Sound: 6-Channel-Audio on board
    Memory: DDR4 RAM 16384 MB 2400 MHz (2x8 GB)
    Graphic: nVidia GeForce GTX 1060 - 6 GB DDR 5 - HDMI / DVI / 3x DP
    HDD 1: 1.0 TB HDD (1000 GB) - SATA
    HDD 2: 256 GB M.2 PCIe SSD (Intel)
    Optical Drive 1: DVD ReWriter
    Connectivity 1: LAN 10/100/1000 Mbit (on board)
    Connectivity 2: Intel WLAN AC3165 b/g/n/ac & BT (M.2)
    ConnectX: ConnectXL X30 (2x USB 3.0 / Headphone / Mic / CardReader)
    Keyboard/Mice: MEDION Wired Keyboard & optical Mouse
    Operating System: Windows 10 for High End Sku (i7/AMD FX + Ryzen 7 with >4GB RAM OR ANY CPU: >8GB RAM and >= 2TB HDD)
    Office Software: MS Office 365 (1 Monat-Testversion f r neue Office 365 Kunden)
    Application Software: 1DVD-Writer recording software incl. PowerDVD W8 & Dolby (OEM)
    Anti-Virus Software: AntiViren Software (trial)
    Accessory 4: 350 W to 450 W Powersupply add on cost
    Add-On 1: -
    Assembly Cost: Assembly <1001: w/ Graphic card & 1 HDD & 1 ODD

    • +2 votes

      the more coy they are about brands of Mobo, hdd, gpu/psu, the more i stay away

      • +1 vote

        Yea it'd be nice if someone who bought it can report back.

        Although it is possible that as Medion is more like a system builder (?), they might use parts from different brands.

        Although at least in Australia the warranty protection is kind of okay. I wonder if individual parts can be argued to have more than 1 year warranty, e.g. the graphics card (as most manufacturers provide 3 years warranty).

  • +4 votes

    Jeez, this is a killer deal!!

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    Hi need help. Will this fit/be a good fit for my GTX 1080 Gaming X 8GB Card???

      • +9 votes

        I don't think I'd call this a budget computer, and not sure what SSD size has to do with a 1080 over a 1060, but the air flow would most definitely suck!
        Easy way to grab this though & upgrade what you need to and you'd probably still be ahead in cost

      • +11 votes

        I actually second this. The PSU according to the specs is:

        Accessory 4: 350 W to 450 W Powersupply add on cost

        And I personally wouldn't be comfortable running a GTX1080 on even a good 450W PSU, much less a potentially generic one like the one here.

        The rest of the components are solid though, and won't really bottleneck the 1080 for gaming. It's not really a budget computer, more mid-level gaming (specs-wise, not price-wise).

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          Absolutely, with a decent case and PSU and you'd be rocking it with a 1080!

        • +5 votes

          @lachlanww: Yeah. Though…. if the commenter needed to ask if this was a good fit for their GTX1080, I'm going to estimate their PC DIY skills as being beginner level. A new case and PSU would basically be a complete build, and I've no idea how feasible or easy that would be from this PC (and I'd worry that a lot of the parts/connectors/internal structure would be custom and not great for DIY).

        • +1 vote

          @HighAndDry: That's true.
          Would be interesting to find out when everybody receives their orders.
          The last Medion PC I bought was from Aldi a good 10 years ago and sounded like a jet taking off when you'd turn it on - it was all just standard (I assume OEM) equipment so swapped out to a new case and was good as gold

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          @lachlanww: Someone serious about gaming who owns a 1080 should look elsewhere, you'll also be left with a case and PSU you won't need while you paid them.

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          @lachlanww: Ah sweet. Also yeah I was wondering about that as well, I thought Medion was an Aldi in-house brand. Thought I must've been misremembering if Binglee are selling it but… apparently not.

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          A good quality 450w would be fine for a 1080 (as long as you weren't also trying to run half a dozen hard drives).

          In saying that, I wouldn't trust whatever PSU is in this PC with a 1080. Everything else would be fine, except probably the case, it looks pretty ass. Guy saying you'd need to upgrade the motherboard is loopy.

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          @HighAndDry: I was confused for a bit too! They must be branching out!!

        • +1 vote

          @O15: While it'd probably be okay in 99% of situations…

          Guru3D recommends 600W min for a GTX1080 and I'd personally agree. nVidia official recommends 500W system power. Plus, I wouldn't want to risk a 1080.

          Yeah, only the PSU (and the case - though eh - it'd be okay if you didn't mind it sounding like a jet engine) concerns me.

        • +1 vote

          @HighAndDry: 450W is more than fine. I'm pulling 350W-ish with OC GTX 1080 and OC i7-6700K (OCed it to 4.9Ghz once for giggles but unfortunately couldn't go any higher, running 1.45V). This with 5 X 140mm fans and 2 X 120mm fans, two HDD and 3 SSD.

          However I agree, wouldn't touch any OEM 450W.

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          @Bigboomboom:

          Whoa - that's a nice OC. And yeah - true, I'm definitely simplifying it a little for less savvy folks (I assume people who know about this stuff won't need that kinda advice anyway - certainly not if you're pulling near 5GHz OCs. Sheesh.)

          Just for others following this convo - you really don't want to be pulling anywhere near a PSU's max rated power. As a rough (conservative - because again, with PSUs you want to be safe) guide, you'd want to max out at around 80% on good PSUs, and probably not more than 60-70% regularly on unknown/generics.

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          would I have been able to pull out the parts and inserted them into a new case with a 600 watt PSU?

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          @Carrian: Yes absolutely. The thing about PSU is make sure you buy a decent one. It's 2018 and we have less crappy ones nowadays but still a number of crap Chinese PSU with fake advertised wattage. Just go lookup a PSU review before you buy.

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          @Bigboomboom: thanks fam. unfortunately the deal is over so I missed out. maybe next time!

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          ppl forgetting the cost of a decent cooler and fans. easily another $150 or so
          decent PSU - $150-$200 depending on model and brand
          decent case - $100+

          so looking at the hassle of harvesting parts, reselling GPU + $400+ in additional upgrade costs to make this decent

          and its probably value ram, so will look ugly with the rest of your new $1500 machine

        • +1 vote

          @lachlanww: bookmarked, hopefully I remember to let you know

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          @furythree: I'm thinking the same

          I purchased one of these today but I've been out of the game for a long time.

          I have an old, spare Corsair TX750 but I don't even know of the new motherboards are even compatible. Any insight you can provide would be appreciated

          https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Power-Supply-Units/Enthusiast-Series™-TX750-—-80-PLUS®-Certified-Power-Supply/p/CMPSU-750TX

        • +1 vote

          @Stockyhome: motherboard is always compatible unless your PSU is 20+ years ago.

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          @Bigboomboom: thanks Bigboomboom, good to know… the PSU is 2012 (from 3dMark stats)

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    Thoughts on this vs the HP Z2 Mini G3? https://www.skycomp.com.au/1fu31pa-hp-1fu31pa-z2-mini-g3-i7-...

    Hp 1fu31pa Z2 Mini G3 I7-6700 8gb, 1tb, Wifi, No-odd, W7p 64, W10p-lic, 3yr

    Specifications

    CPU: Intel Core i7-6700 3.4GHz Processor (up to 4.0GHz Turbo Boost, 8MB cache)
    Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 530
    Memory: 8GB DDR4-2400 non-ECC registered SDRAM (1x 8GB, 2x SODIMM slots)
    Storage: 1TB 2.5" 7200 rpm SATA HDD
    WiFi: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265
    Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.2
    Audio: Realtek HD ALC221-VB audio
    I/O Ports: 4x USB 3.0, 1x line in, 1x RJ-45, 3x DisplayPort 1.2, 1x audio line in
    Warranty: 3 Years Limited Warranty

    • +6 votes

      they serve completely different purposes.
      Medion = gaming
      HP Z3 = workstation

      HP probably has better build quality w 3 year warranty.
      No dedicated GPU, much older processor, less RAM, no SSD, more expensive etc.

      not comparable

    • +1 vote

      this one is much better option, the one you are referring (we have a few of them at work) are just for the case when you need something nice looking and don't have space, it doesn't have SSD and proper graphic cards, and also its CPU 2 generations older, not saying that it has 8 GB less RAM and the like.

  • +2 votes

    If you're looking for a gaming PC around 1K get this! Great value OP!

  • +1 vote

    I thought most of these prebuilt's wouldn't be the best value for money, but this seems pretty damn good to me. As another user said, you'd be looking at near 900 shipped for just the CPU / GPU alone.

  • +4 votes

    Incredible specs for the price. The big question mark would be on the quality of the power supply… but heck even if its a doorstop quality pcu at this price you could afford to just go buy a quality gold rated pcu to add to it.

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      what about decent PSU cooler, case, fans, PSU that you mentioned

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        The stock intel cooler is decent enough seeing as there wont be any overclocking. But yes I agree regarding fans. If the case only comes with 1 rear exhaust fan then would definitely wont to add acouple more intake fans if the case supports it.

  • +2 votes

    Wow looks like a great deal, if I was in the market for one I would jump on this. Thanks OP!!!

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    Can't seem to find the dimensions for the case. Is it really big??? It looks bit on the pictures

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    Is this good enough for VR?

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      Entry level VR, yes.

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        Probably a fair bit more than that too. I'm running an i5-4570 and a GTX 1060 6GB, and so far there's nothing in VR it can't run.

        Just a question of what gets released in future.

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          Oh nice. My build is similar - what VR set do you use and what are the good VR games right now? I know Elite Dangerous and that other space sim were bigger VR names before.

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          @HighAndDry: thanks for the info.

        • +1 vote

          @HighAndDry:

          I'm using a Rift (3 sensors), and out of the 100 or so games I've tried (I'm collecting too many Indiegala bundles!), SuperHot VR is probably the standout. Love that game to bits. So much fun.

          Other than that, The Mage's Tale is good so far for a bit of RPG fun. I got given Fallout 4 VR but haven't tried that yet. Haven't actually finished Fallout 3 :)

          The Broken Seal is good too. Casting spells using your voice is awesome. They just need to build the game out more.

          Oh, and if you want to get the crap scared out of you, Dreadhalls is the go.

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          @Payne: Ah thanks. Will keep an eye out for deals on those…. (honestly my gaming rig is seeing too little gaming use these days).

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    Any idea how big the space is for GPU on this?

  • +1 vote

    Out of curiosity what brand motherboard would they use in it, something like msi,gigabyte,asrock ect or something else?

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      Assume it's a generic OEM and case-specific one for all intents and purposes. Don't rely on it being name-brand or compatible with anything else.

  • +1 vote

    is this future proof for the next 5 years?

    • +2 votes

      Might need a GPU upgrade toward the end, otherwise I would say yes.

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        Looking at the case I don't know if you'd get a larger GPU in there.
        It's only 17 cm wide so very slim

        • +1 vote

          Agreed, but in 5 years, the 1060 equivalent will probably be much faster than a 1060, and about as heat/power efficient. Assuming the components don't wear out, it could be a very cheap and easy upgrade to get more life out of the system.

        • +1 vote

          @idonotknowwhy:
          Agreed, but still worth pointing out :)

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      Depends on what you're using it for?

      1. For web browsing/phub and just basic applications, yes, 10 years you're good.

      2. For gaming it is very decent and should get you to 5 years comfortably. The GPU may need an update in year 4 though.

  • +9 votes

    This is one of the best PC deals I've ever seen on OzBargain! Congratulations to OP and to those who jump on this. Very good value for a very good system.

  • +1 vote

    cheers! I bought wasn't really in the market because I'm pretty happy with the PS4 but for the price I can justify

  • +1 vote

    FK me. Only forked out 1300 for the i7 Dell Gaming laptop a few weeks back 1050ti version:(

  • +13 votes

    Glad I could help - Appears lots of Ozbargainers are jumping on the deal - 12 units sold in the last hour since I started this post…

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    EBAY's Description is different? Although SKU is same MD34084.
    Which one is correct?

    Product details
    Product Identifiers
    GTIN 4015625796944
    BRAND MEDION
    MPN MD34084
    eBay Product ID (ePID) 16016244919

    Product Key Features
    Memory 8 GB
    Form Factor Tower
    Features Optical Drive
    Processor Type Intel Core i7 8th Gen.
    Storage Type HDD + SSD
    Operating System Windows 10
    SSD Capacity 256GB
    Hard Drive Capacity 256 GB
    Most Suitable For Serious Gaming
    Hardware Connectivity USB 2.0, HDMI, USB 3.0

  • +1 vote

    On the surface looks like a cracker of a bargain, and I jumped. Thanks Op. GREAT post.

    Looks like #1 Son gets my old system and I get a new one. win/win.
    Now to have that conversation with the missus……..

    • +2 votes

      If the missus wants a divorce tell her she can keep the house and you are keeping the new pc. Win/win/win!

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    No brands for any parts though? MB or GPU?

  • +3 votes

    I can 100% confirm that you can use 10 gift cards in this transaction
    Worked out pretty well

    Can post confirmation on a hosting website if anyone needs it

  • +3 votes

    Got it from their site:

    Before I start please note I knew nothing about gaming rigs until 2 weeks ago so please treat this review with that in mind. According to Wiki Medion is a German company owned by Lenovo. Has ECS Motherboard Z370H4-EM – ECS boards have average ratings being described as a budget gaming board. I believe the motherboard will not permit overclocking of CPU (according to www.computerbase.de when they reviewed X67020/X67015 models - best review I could find on any of the X670** models like this one noting it has 1070). That said I don’t think it is needed because a bottlenecking website estimated the CPU can process 23% faster than the 1060 6b - 2% with a 1080ti :) UserBenchMark program: Game 73%, Desk 98%, Work 82% CPU: Intel Core i7-8700 – 103.1% GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060-6GB – 69.5% SSD: Intel 600p Series NVMe PCIe M.2 256GB – 115.3% HDD: Toshiba DT01ACA100 1TB – 67.1% RAM: Kingston 9905678-012.A00G 2x8GB – 76.4% MBD: Medion MD34084/C637 – brand of components & performance seem ok? Using MSI afterburner I overclocked GPU (from 1911 MHz) by 160 MHz and got 74% (above ave). I havent done much testing but +200mhz seemed stable – min FPS stock to +200Mhz was always about 35. Heaven Benchmark score 1911 MHz averaged 3130 & +161 MHz was 3250. GPU slot PCI Express 3.0 (says GPU-Z). 450w power source. The German review raised concern about cooling system & potential negative impact on longevity of system e.g. no case fans…2 yr warranty. One issue I had was setting up microphone (no issues with audio). I was getting system output into microphone using jacks (never worked this out). Could have been issue with headset so tried it with HyperX external sound card (usb) on work pc & no probs. Then tried this at home but microphone would not work at all. Unplugging, replugging, ticking & unticking, uninstall & reinstall drivers etc & eventually got it to work (not sure why) - max audio down but still at a comfortable level so Im ok with it. There seem to be a lot of ppl with similar probs with different systems & headsets & finger is pointed at Windows. So overall I am happy with buy. Seems like good value. For 1080p (my monitor) it should be more than adequate for the amateur gamer (me). I have a 60hz monitor but I reckon it got the juice to almost make the most out of a 1440p/144hz if u want to spend the extra $. If I get serious with gaming (& VR) I think all I will need to do is upgrade GPU (& power supply & cooling systems) provided it has the legs.""

    • +14 votes

      that wall of text is pain!!!!!

    • +24 votes

      Once more, but with formatting:

      Before I start please note I knew nothing about gaming rigs until 2 weeks ago so please treat this review with that in mind. According to Wiki Medion is a German company owned by Lenovo.

      Has ECS Motherboard Z370H4-EM – ECS boards have average ratings being described as a budget gaming board. I believe the motherboard will not permit overclocking of CPU (according to www.computerbase.de when they reviewed X67020/X67015 models - best review I could find on any of the X670** models like this one noting it has 1070). That said I don’t think it is needed because a bottlenecking website estimated the CPU can process 23% faster than the 1060 6b - 2% with a 1080ti :)

      UserBenchMark program:

      Game 73%,
      Desk 98%,
      Work 82%

      CPU: Intel Core i7-8700 – 103.1%
      GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060-6GB – 69.5%
      SSD: Intel 600p Series NVMe PCIe M.2 256GB – 115.3%
      HDD: Toshiba DT01ACA100 1TB – 67.1%
      RAM: Kingston 9905678-012.A00G 2x8GB – 76.4%
      MBD: Medion MD34084/C637 – brand of components & performance seem ok?

      Using MSI afterburner I overclocked GPU (from 1911 MHz) by 160 MHz and got 74% (above ave). I havent done much testing but +200mhz seemed stable – min FPS stock to +200Mhz was always about 35. Heaven Benchmark score 1911 MHz averaged 3130 & +161 MHz was 3250.

      GPU slot PCI Express 3.0 (says GPU-Z).
      450w power source.

      The German review raised concern about cooling system & potential negative impact on longevity of system e.g. no case fans…2 yr warranty. One issue I had was setting up microphone (no issues with audio). I was getting system output into microphone using jacks (never worked this out). Could have been issue with headset so tried it with HyperX external sound card (usb) on work pc & no probs. Then tried this at home but microphone would not work at all. Unplugging, replugging, ticking & unticking, uninstall & reinstall drivers etc & eventually got it to work (not sure why) - max audio down but still at a comfortable level so Im ok with it. There seem to be a lot of ppl with similar probs with different systems & headsets & finger is pointed at Windows.

      So overall I am happy with buy. Seems like good value.

      For 1080p (my monitor) it should be more than adequate for the amateur gamer (me). I have a 60hz monitor but I reckon it got the juice to almost make the most out of a 1440p/144hz if u want to spend the extra $. If I get serious with gaming (& VR) I think all I will need to do is upgrade GPU (& power supply & cooling systems) provided it has the legs.

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