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Dell XPS 8940 Desktop 10th Gen i7-10700k 16GB RAM 1TB SSD NVIDIA RTX 3070 $1999.20 (was $3999) Delivered @ Dell eBay

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PPIBS20

Black Friday continues with this Dell XPS 8940 on sale via eBay. Choice of 1 year or 3 year warranty, good configuration that has an RTX 3070. For half price, you can't go wrong! 😍


SHIPPING UPDATE

Dell XPS 8940 Plus 3 year warranty @ $2165.22 (10 Units): Go To Deal
Dell XPS 8940 Plus 1 year warranty @ $1999.20 (26 Units): Go To Deal


Specifications:

Colour: Black
Form Factor: Tower
Processor: 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-10700K processor
Operating System: Windows 10 Home (64 bit) English
Video Card: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070
Memory: 16GB, 2x8GB, DDR4, 2933Mhz
Hard Drive: 1TB SSD + 2TB HDD
Power Supply: 500w
Warranty: 1Yr Ltd Hardware Warranty InHome Service after Remote Diagnosis
Wireless: Killer™ Wi-Fi 6 AX1650i (2x2) 802.11ax Wireless and Bluetooth 5.1
Accessories: Dell Wired Keyboard KB216 Black (English) + Wired Mouse MS116


FAQ:

When will item(s) be shipped?
Estimated shipping (usually sooner): between 10 December - 22 December.

What warranty do I have?
These units come with 1 year or 3 year Dell warranty respectively. If you need extended warranty, contact the seller before purchase.

Will swapping out components affect my warranty?
If your components don't cause the issue, you are still covered by Dell warranty.


Need a good monitor to go with your new Dell PC? Check out these bad boys! 🔥 Happy OzBargaining! Original Coupon Deal

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2020

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closed Comments

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    Can anyone provide info about the cost of extended warranty?

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    Who do I contact to cancel my order?

    • +2 votes

      Contact Dell eBay if you would like to cancel your order.

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      You can cancel it directly by contacting the seller via ebay.

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    I hope I can get a quick answer on this. I bought the system and I also bought a Dell monitor, S2721H.

    I wanted to know if I wanted to connect another monitor (I will definitely do) what are my options here in terms of input/output connections on the video card?

    My current monitor has got HDMI and VGA only, and the Dell monitor I bought has got HDMI.

    Can this system/video card support 2 HDMI monitors do I need to buy another monitor that has DisplayPort like S2721HS (not even sure what this video card outputs are)?

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      3070 should have 1 hdmi and 3 display ports.

      You can get display port to hdmi cables for cheap (passive) which should be ok for 3070 DP to hdmi.

      • -2 votes

        I just wasted 45 min on the phone with Dell to get an answer to my inquiry and then they asked me to call business tech support as she was not 100 sure if it will work.

        Very poor support to be honest and I really feel turned off from this deal already.

        My question to Del (and to you now)l: Can I connect one monitor to the HDMI port on the video card and the 2nd monitor on one of the DisplayPorts and be able to use them both in an extended mode?

        The support person was not able to help on that and asked me to call another team. Annoyed to the max as towards the end she went on mute and I had to hang up.

        Very unprofessional of them to handle it this way.

        • +3 votes

          That's one of the most basic use cases for a GFX card: two outputs, two monitors, extend desktop. Yes, the 3070 will do this. Native HDMI to HDMI and DP to DP is simplest, however if you have only 2 hdmi monitors, DP to HDMI adpators are cheap.

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    how to order XPS8940, as deal says different price

    • +2 votes

      Click on "go to deal" button. Add item to cart, if discount not already applied, add the code on op at checkout.

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    @KeRRR - Want to buy this and Contacted Seller to try to arrange extended warranty but haven't had response yet. Are you able to help?

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      Keep trying the seller via ebay, I was able to get mine cancelled this morning and a separate link provided for the purchase plus extended warranty.

    • +2 votes

      DM me if you didn't sort it out yet.

  • -1 vote

    @KeRRR does this use standard ATX 24 pin? i.e. can we replace PSU easily?
    My concern with this system is the PSU.

    • +4 votes

      I don't understand why people are so concerned with PSU??

      Don't you think DELL would have done a rigour testing to ensure the PSU has enough supply for GPU and overall system??

      • -2 votes

        But is performance at a cost? Did they benchmark it thoroughly against the same tier system with stronger power?

      • -4 votes

        Doesn't answer my question

      • +1 vote
        1. Nvidia recommend 650w with this chip.
        2. The psu has 35w headroom if peak power of all components. That means add 1 3.5" hdd and you are now over.
        3. Other uses of power include usb devices ( i.e. charging phone and mouse over usb).
        4. Upgrade gpu in a year is not going to happen without a better supply.
        5. Installing an aio or waterloop is also not happening with that supply.
    •  

      Can someone answer my question? is it a standard 24 pin or proprietary Dell pin?

      • +1 vote

        Based on the info from the Service Manual (PSU p41, Mobo p51), this looks like to be a proprietary PSU using a 6 pin connector.

        • +1 vote

          Can someone eli5 what and why this is important as a noob?

          • +1 vote

            @joshr1pp3r: Some folks are concerned that the 500W PSU is too small, so they are thinking of upgrading to a 750W+ standard ATX PSU. The proprietary connector used here makes it hard (if not impossible) to replace the PSU. The Dell PSU is also of non-standard size.

          • -1 vote

            @joshr1pp3r: If you leave the system as is, use their kb and mouse, etc… basically the only thing you connect is a monitor, then it should be ok (but based on my own experience, probably won't be - run anything intensive and BAM! - i.e. running Oblivion in 2005 with a 8800GTX GPU).

            Add some fans to improve cooling, connect an extra HDD, charge phone off the USB port, use a wireless mouse with powered mouse mat, and run the system at max, and BAM, you have various issues due to insufficient power supply including bsod, system freezes, psu death etc.

            The PSU is dreadfully insufficient for the given system. Last time I had a Dell with insufficient power and thermal issues (8800GTX in 2005?) Dell decided to give me a $400 partial refund and downgrade my GPU to a 8600GT as the "suitable remedy" instead of providing me a better supply (which did not exist for the given connector/size) or refunding my full $3.8k and taking the system back. Sounds very similar to the current situation…

            The worst thing that can happen is you think you are getting a 3070 system, but you actually end up with a 3060 system and $200 partial refund… well not as bad as having the 3070 system you can't take advantage of as every time you run something intensive, it freezes or bsods due to hitting thermals or running out of juice.

  • +1 vote

    Oz Consumer rights wouls kick in surely based on the price $4k for at least 3 years.

    One would think?

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      Doesn't matter how much it is. You'd expect a desktop computer to last 3 years at the least so it doesn't matter if it was $200 or $20000

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        Yep, and you can use the ATO’s expected lifespan for depreciable goods as a very reasonable implied wty period. If not longer

  • +1 vote

    Damn you ozbargain, now I got to justify it with the wife :)

    • +3 votes

      Just blame it on me! ;)

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        KeRRR, can you answer my question?

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          Unfortunately I cannot. The up-to-date specs are in op.

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  •  

    My questions regarding this build would be I believe it is possible to add an additional SSD to the unit which I already have on top of what is already included in the build however power wise is this going to be an issue just based on what has been mentioned before?

  •  

    Should I buy this or still dream about buying the omen HP desktop?

    • +1 vote

      Omen deal was an error, almost all orders got cancelled.

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        Thanks.

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          If you don't plan to upgrade GPU on this, then it is the right deal for you.

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            @oliman: Well looking to do 1440p gaming and WFH stuff.

            Is this overkill?

            • +2 votes

              @agalea101: Initially an overkill in my opinion, but down the track the gaming will need more graphics power so it will be useful. I am also buying this for 1440p gaming and WFH stuff.

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                @oliman: If one had a PS5 and wanted this as well. Would that be considered a waste of money?

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                  @agalea101: I would say yes…but PS5 wont have that graphics quality and frame rate if you are into too much visual quality. Also, some prefer PC for gaming as apparently there are WAYS to get the game very cheap or even free…..

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    Can I detach the graphic card to resell? Is there a GPU in the CPU? I only use it for office environment. No gaming.

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      There is, but you're paying $1000 for an office computer. Might as well buy one dedicated for that instead.

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    stupid question, can this pc built be connected straight away to a soundbar? or do i need additional things for that?
    i was thinking if i could use the hdmi port in rtx 3070 for the soundbar connection, but that doesn't sound right.

    https://www.dell.com/support/manuals/en-au/xps-8940-desktop/...
    seeing the audio connection listed there, doesn't seem to be available for plug and play with soundbar.

    •  

      Yes.
      Dell HDMI > Soundbar HDMI > Monitor HDMI

  • +1 vote

    In case it helps anyone, I was informed re: extended warranty:

    "PROSUPPORT: 24x7 next business day onsite support by expert technicians for hardware and software issues, as well as proactive notification of PC issues before you are aware of them

    2Y ProSupport and Next Business Day Onsite Service [add $190.62]
    3Y ProSupport and Next Business Day Onsite Service [add $207.53]
    4Y ProSupport and Next Business Day Onsite Service [add $289.11]

    PROSUPPORT PLUS: Get all of the benefits of ProSupport as well as accidental damage cover, virus removal and automated PC optimisation using Dell’s automated SupportAssist technology

    2Y ProSupport Plus and Next Business Day Onsite Service [add $370.66]
    3Y ProSupport Plus and Next Business Day Onsite Service [add $378.09]
    4Y ProSupport Plus and Next Business Day Onsite Service [add $496.63]"

  •  

    Not going to be restocked?

    • +1 vote

      I'll have to get back to you on that.

      •  

        Same here, would love to order one.

      •  

        i would like one too

      • +2 votes

        Please reply if restocked so we can get notified. Thank you.

      •  

        Also wondering about restock as want to buy

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        yes please :)

  •  

    For anyone who still wants to get this deal,
    Dell Au will make a backorder list for this one and you just need to ask them. Though delivery time frame will be mid-end December this year, so I was told.
    I am ok with it and had my name on the list.

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      What was the turn around time?

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        Mid or end of next month

    •  

      Did you contact their eBay store to get on the waitlist?

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        Would that miss out on the 20% coupon?

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          What 20% coupon you are talking about? It is special price with the BLACKFRIDAY deal for $1999.20 For their advertised specification and configuration. I guess you will need to hands up if you really want to get this one before Black Friday sales ends by next Monday
          12pm.

      •  

        You need to tell them you want to be on the list, then wait for it.

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          Who did you contact? The ozbargain rep in this thread, ebay seller or the live chat on Dell's AU website?

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            @boomersgold: Go to Dell AU eBay, press contact seller. Good Luck mate!

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      Thanks for this. I just got on the list. Appreciate it mate.

    • +1 vote

      We will be getting additional units added to this deal. I suggest you pick one up tomorrow when deal is marked back in stock.

      There will be an individual order link in op for those who want 3yr warranty.

      •  

        @KeRRR, I want to get the 3yr warranty. I have already purchased.

        Can I pay the difference somehow?

        I am not convinced Australian Laws allow for 1yr warranty. I thought all electronic goods now come with a minimum of 2 yrs. Apple was caught and now they are offering 2yrs on their iphones and other products.

        How you guys are getting away offering us just 1yr?

  •  

    Will more stock be added?

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    Looks like there are different crowds on their online support as there are massively different responses being received. Good luck getting the helpful person(s).

    • +1 vote

      We will be getting additional units added to this deal. I suggest you pick one up tomorrow when deal is marked back in stock.

      There will be an individual order link in op for those who want 3yr warranty.

      •  

        Will the discount still apply?

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          Yes, the discount code will be applicable.

  •  

    Are we meant to get a confirmation email from Dell as well or only the ebay confirmation email?

    •  

      @KeRRR can you confirm?

      • +1 vote

        Can you be more clear on what you need clarity with?

        • +1 vote

          I read earlier that people were receiving emails from dell confirming their order but I haven't.

          • +1 vote

            @joshr1pp3r: Yeah me neither tbh - my order number from ebay cant be searched on Dells website…

            • +1 vote

              @BushwickBill: Yeah I've had bad luck recently of ordering things and my order being lost in the system so I really want to be sure with something of this price.

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                @joshr1pp3r: These are eBay deals, so you may not get confirmation emails via Dell. If you have any concerns with your order, just DM me your order number and eBay username.

  • +1 vote

    Spoke to Dell on Ebay, they provided a custom listing in stock for me to purchase, note that delivery is end of Dec

  • +4 votes

    We have additional units with 1 year and 3 year warranty coming back in stock @ 12pm AEDT. Main op has been updated, stock is limited!

    Notes:

    • 10 units with 3 year warranty.
    • 26 units with 1 year warranty.
    • Stacks with PPIBS20 coupon via Dell eBay.

    “Happy Bargain Games! And may the odds be ever in your favor.”

    •  

      Hey @KeRRR what are estimated delivery times for the restock items?

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        I believe same or similar shipping times as stated in OP.

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          @KeRRR, any chance you can confirm this? As I was quoted the restock I purchased would be early Jan delivery, but this restock is same times.

          • +1 vote

            @oscinator1988: The information I have provided is accurate. Dell has confirmed restock units will ship same time as the rest of units within this deal. Cheers.

    • +2 votes

      Just scored one! Thank you!

    •  

      Can I know when does the eBay discount coupon code expires?

      •  

        tonight

        •  

          Okay, can I know where you got the info from?. Because I was trying to find out through ad listing under Terms & conditions but wasn’t able to find it.

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            @mo6842: The expiry of this deal, but haven't come across the date anywhere else: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/581671

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            @mo6842: Doesnt specify. T&C just says "This offer is available from 10:00 AEDT on 17 November 2020 for a limited time only, for as long as it is advertised by eBay on the eBay.com.au website (“Offer Period”). eBay reserves the right to cancel the offer at any time."

      •  

        on my ebay summary it says Redemption code: PPIBS20Expires 02/12/20

  • +1 vote

    For those people who had placed an order for this system, what gaming monitors do you have to matching ? I have just bought Kogan special 28 inch UHD 4K for $279, if you think it is a good buy. Let me know, if not, tell me the reasons please.

    •  

      I'd also be looking for a new monitor after getting this system. Interested to hear what people think :)

      • +1 vote

        Gaming?

        Xiaomi Mi Curved 34-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor $499
        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/586464

        Will give your new Dell a proper workout :)

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          Nice deal but I can only fit a maximum of 24" where the monitor will reside.