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iBUYPOWER - Desktop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 - 240GB Solid State Drive + 2TB Hard Drive - Black/Red

Play games, surf the internet and complete tasks on this iBUYPOWER computer. Its Intel i7 processor provides the support needed to run power-hungry programs, while the 16GB of RAM keeps processes running smoothly without hiccups. This iBUYPOWER computer has a 2TB hard drive to store all your files with room to spare.

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    What's Included

    • Keyboard
    • Mouse
    • Power cable
    • iBUYPOWER Desktop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 - 240GB Solid State Drive + 2TB Hard Drive

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    94% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (205 out of 220)


    • Intel 7th Generation Core i7

    Windows 10 operating system

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    7th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-7700 processor

    Powerful quad-core, eight-way processing performance. Intel Turbo Boost Technology delivers dynamic extra power when you need it, while increasing energy efficiency when you don't.

    16GB system memory for intense multitasking and gaming

    Reams of high-bandwidth DDR4 RAM to smoothly run your graphics-heavy PC games and video-editing applications, as well as numerous programs and browser tabs all at once.

    2TB hard drive and 240GB solid state drive (SSD) for a blend of storage space and speed

    The hard drive provides ample storage, while the SSD delivers faster start-up times and data access.

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics

    Backed by 8GB GDDR5 dedicated video memory for a fast, advanced GPU to fuel your games. NVIDIA Optimus technology optimizes the computer for both graphics performance and power conservation.

    G-SYNC compatible for smooth gameplay

    NVIDIA G-SYNC technology synchronizes the refresh rates in compatible monitors to the GPU in your PC, eliminating screen tearing and minimizing display stutter and input lag. Monitor sold separately.

    4 USB 3.0 ports maximize the latest high-speed devices

    Also includes 4 USB 2.0 ports to connect more accessories and peripherals. The USB 3.0 ports are backward-compatible with USB 2.0 devices (at 2.0 speeds).

    Next-generation wireless connectivity

    Connects to your network or hotspots on all current Wi-Fi standards. Connect to a Wireless-AC router for speed nearly 3x faster than Wireless-N. Gigabit LAN port also plugs into wired networks.

    Multidisplay capability

    Connect the usual single monitor, or add a second monitor to double your viewing space for work and games. (Monitors sold separately.)

    Additional ports

    HDMI output for a high-def monitor or HDTV. 1 DVI port. 1 DisplayPort. 1 VGA (D-sub) output. Microphone jack. Headphone jack. 2 PS/2 port.

    Note: This computer does not include a built-in DVD/CD drive.

    Intel, Pentium, Celeron, Core, Atom, Ultrabook, Intel Inside and the Intel Inside logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.

    Customer rating

    Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 220 reviews

    would recommend to a friend



    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Totally Delivers, and Then Some

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Take my 4 star rating as a 5 star. It is a 5 star to me as someone who graduated from a six-year old Asus mid-range multimedia laptop I bought for school. I would 5 star it for the amazing bang for the buck. Start up and shut down is a snap, the two fans are very quiet and I will add another for the i7-6700, which will dampen the noise further. The 1080 is a boss no doubt. The best feature of this fella here is the price, even off-sale. My first gaming computer and a strong start to say the least. Great care is taken in the shipping as they use some sort of flash-expanding foam package in the factory which is placed inside the tower in order to secure the components. A+ score for the consideration they took in part of shipping. All you have to do is undo the knobs on the glass siding and pull that baby out. Furthermore the glass siding (I didn't know both sides were glass which is a bonus) is lined with a protective film. Basic stickers cover the usb/ethernet ports and power supply cable receptacle. It shipped in its own box to my dismay. I keep all my electronics boxes for anything I'm currently using so I can safely relocate them if needed. The box was scuffed a bit, and I don't like the idea of neighbors or my deliveryman seeing that I have a sick rig. Fortunately, the package is signature-required, so it will not sit on your porch for all to see. The interior is okay. The cablework is a bit shoddy, and the wireless adapter looks like a tiny flash drive hanging out in the middle. I just propped it out of the way a bit but it's a bit otherworldly in this unit. I will talk about this adapter in a second. I'm aware the motherboard must be placed where it is, but I would rather have a non-glass siding on the side of the chasis where it is installed as it restricts the view for the interior lighting, which patches through here and there for me. The comp sits to my left where this is an issue, but that is a personal problem. Either way, the glass siding on my side is a love-hate relationship. The wireless adapter I would have rather enjoyed to have as a slot insert, but I assume it is this little guy to aid in the awesomely low price. The wireless seems to drop for me, and after testing multiple devices and another usb wifi adapter, i concluded that it was this adapter's fault. I would have to restart Oculus game downloads constantly for the drop in connection. I haven't started any multiplayer yet, but I am quite concerened about this until I run an ethernet cable somehow from the basement (college kid in parent's house). That is why I 4-star this one. The comp shuts off nearly instantly on command which is impressive. However, if I prompt a restart instead, it keeps the restart loading circle on screen forever, and I end up shutting it off against the "restarting, please do not power off" recommendation. For such an issue, I believe this is also a personal issue since it is such an elementary function. I'll look into this. I'm using an old monitor until I scrap up more money for a nice gaming screen, and I only had a VGA cable laying around at the moment. The VGA port which is not on the graphics card will not communicate to the screen on first-time set up, so I had to run to BBY for a DVI-D cable. I am not sure if it will work right away with HDMI or DisplayPort cables OTB, as the instructions were generalized across different tower models and said to use the DVI or VGA ports (my 1080 didn't have the VGI versus the instruction diagram) for first-time setup. OS is preinstalled on the SSD thank goodness. I was afraid I'd have to mess with all that at first. The product key on the back of the tower has a security sticker which was a little too adhesive and gummed/tore some of the product code. I'm very delicate with anything electronic like a newborn child, which is what this baby basically is to me, and that product key was still so hard to unearth. I actually never was able to, and had to guesswork my way to the right key in the entry field for a good 20mins. Getting down to business, this big boy destroys 4K (tested on TV) and VR like a champ thanks to its build. It is my first gaming comp of course, but I am no stranger to them. It really does deliver with what it's got. Included mouse is proficient in tracking, and includes programmable side keys. I was hoping the keyboard was backlit, but it only has lights on the side. Not a bad touch, but I was planning on a Corsair anyway. Plenty of USB 3.0s. Lighting is beautiful and even though I dont see it well from my side, the nonobstructed glass side (left side viewed from front) and the vents through the back present a nice light splash on the wall to the side and back in my room (yes it's in the corner, but I spaced it enough for circulation). The light strip on the front face is an agressive glow, and despite my dominantly modern green clean room, I have really come to like it. My 1080 was an ASUS Turbo unforntunately. After some research, what type of 1080 you get really depends on what IBP has laying around at the moment, confirmed directly from a representative. This was obviously a hot buy for the holiday season, and I foresee many more ASUS Turbos for the remainder of that time. Would have liked an MSI, but I am definitely not complaining. Again, price-point is still on point. Versus the world of gaming PCs I would still 4 star this baby in terms of relative selection, mostly due to the shoddy cable arrangement, lack of another fan, and the silly wifi adapter. The other components are mid-grade, but definitely sufficient. It gets a 20 out of 5 as a personal computer for me though. I can't stress it enough though. The price is right. For a gamer on a budget who hit a little score on the stock market, this baby is a godsend for me. Willing to answer questions/comments!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Not what I was hoping

      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      Let me just start off by saying the pc works fine but I do think they could have done a better job. This isn't my first gaming pc but it was my first IBUYPOWER pc. As much as I tried I could not find very detailed specs on this computer so I will share mine to try and help others. The motherboard is a MSI PC Mate B150 I was hoping for at least an H board. I feel that they could have spent the xtra 20 dollars and put in a better motherboard, no usb 3.1 gen 2 for you. The processor is an I7-6700 (non k) which I knew and was fine with me as I didn't plan to overclock. The ram is Adata xpg 2133. The GTX 1080 is not bad it's the ASUS turbo, so lower end of the 1080 family but still a 1080. Couldn't find any markings on the psu so not sure but not modular. The ssd is a Kingston and the 2tb is a Toshiba. Wire management gets a B- if they added 1 zip tie to psu cables at the bottom it would look a lot better. This pc has wireless but it's rigged up, basically they took a usb wireless adapter and just connected it to a small usb pig tail on the inside. This does not look good, the first person to see it asked me why I had a thumb drive inside my computer. I bought this computer because I needed a new one and Best Buy had a great financing offer but I don't think this is for me. If this had a better motherboard (with wireless built in) and a bettter CPU cooler I would probably like it better. I'm going to test the temps out this weekend but I'm 99% sure this is going back Monday and I'll try a different company. I just felt disappointed when I really sat down and looked at this pc. PS my free mouse was DOA

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Big Bang for the Buck - great Video Card

      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      After looking online and try to build my dream-computer from scratch on DELL, HP and so on, I realized that that will end up thousand of dollars above my budget and I still have not the components I know are reliable and affordable. I have this computer now for 3 weeks and I am happy and here is why: 1. Most components are from ADATA (ROM, hard-drive), which is "middle of the line." 2. But the Video Card "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 - ARMOR" is top of the line. 3. There is enough extensions space for hard drives and cards. 4. This unit has no external bay access!!!! I am using my external USB Blue-ray drive. 5. 3 internal 3.5 bays are more than enough, plus a second bay for a SSD. 6. I will replace the 260GB SSD ADATA (which has the OS on) with a 500GB Samsung SSD for reliability and use the ADADT for storage. To have the OS-System on only 260GB is a little tied for my purposes (sampled wave program data). 7. The 2TB hard drive which comes with the system is great and useful . 8. The build in fan is quiet, but I will add one more to make sure of proper cooling. More fans also means, they can run on lower rpm and so are more quiet. I hope these comments help to make your decisions.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Fantastic PC! iBUYPOWER For The Win!

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I am quite impressed with the performance of this PC! It is quick and handles everything that I have thrown at it without a problem in the 5 months that I have been using it. Not to say i haven't experienced some issues or frustrations, but they are minor and seem to be mostly Windows related. It handles multitasking like a boss. This includes gaming, streaming, school work, and anything else that you want to do. I have had 4 windows open running each of the tasks noted above at the same time with no problems. The specs are what attracted me to this PC, and for the price you get a great setup. Every aspect of this PC is built to perform at the highest level. You would be hard pressed to build a comparable PC for the price. Pros: fast, stays cool even when gaming, attractive design, reliable Cons: Issues with system refusing to stay asleep, speakers still produce sound when headphones are plugged in, aluminum sticker/flap halfway blocking HDMI port. (Like I mentioned before I find these to be minor and they do not affect the overall quality and performance of the PC therefore I still give it five stars.) I highly recommend this PC to anyone who needs a performance machine. I have a dozen games that are played daily on this beast and it handles each one without a single problem. I also use it for college classes. I know this machine will last me a long time, and if/when the time comes that i need to make upgrades or changes there is plenty of room and accessibility to do whatever I may need.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great gaming computer

      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      My grandson wanted a gaming computer for Christmas and I wanted to reclaim the usebof my computer; so I did my research and found the ibuypower BB931 met all the requirements. After setting it up, my grandson and I agree that it is everything he wanted in a computer. The major problem I had in setup was the instructions for setup which were very generic. It took me 4 hours to resolve the issue. When you turn it on, it takes you to the inital screen that displayed "Press DELETE for BIOS or F11 for SETUP". No instruction as to what to do and help is not available on Christmas. Finally figured out that you need to select F11 which gives you a choice of 4 boot options, again no instructions as to which to select, so I chose the WINDOWS 10 option which downloaded and installed Windows 10 for the next hour. After installing, rebooted system and ended at inital screen. This time I selected the Bios option and tried to figure out what I was suppose to do, NO INSTRUCTIONS. I did not want to make changes without knowing what harm I would cause. A portion of the screen showed bootable sequence with 13 options, but no instructions on how to change it. The default boot is the HARDDRIVE. Finally clicked on F7 tab for Advance setup and found option tab on left side of screen. This took you to editable screen with the 13 bootable sequences. Selected option 7 -HARDDRIVE WINDOWS 1O and then saved it. Rebooted and the system works fine. One other issue is that you receive disc's: Windows, drivers and Nvidia. There is NO INTERNAL CD/DVD drive, you will need to purchase an External drive. Hope this has been helpful

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Nice product - Awful Service

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      My computer came and it is awesome, works well. However, I found out that the ethernet port doesn't work, in my motherboard (Strike 1, that should have been tested). Called IBUYPOWER and they can replace the motherboard, if: 1) I send them the whole 15 Pound computer and PAY MYSELF for Shipping 2) Take the motherboard away myself and send that to them. After that I will receive (sooo... at least a month with no computer) a new one and I have to put it all together (MYSELF AGAIN). 3) They CHARGE me for a new Motherboard, send that to me, I install the Motherboard and send it back to them. Only THEN they reimburse me for it. (Remember, I will have to do it all by MYSELF Here).. I like dealing with electronics, and I was okay with installing all by myself until I found that they would charge me for it first. THAT IS ABSURD, as this is a $1500 product, not a cheap thing. Completely disappointed with the poor service and I DO NOT recommend anyone to buy this, if it is to build yourself you can build better computers with less.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      So far great computer...

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      So far this computer can handle anything you can throw at it without a hiccup. It boots up in seconds and just flies! This is my first gaming desktop and I'm pretty impressed. It's super quiet, you can't even tell the fans are on. The wiring is all neat and tucked away. The multi colored lights are a cool little feature. There were a couple of cons though and that's why I could only give it 4 out of 5 stars. It did take almost a month to build and get. I totally understand though since I did order it on black Friday and I'm sure they were super swamped with orders. No big deal. When I set it up it would not load past the the initial boot screen. I ended up having to take it back to Best Buy Geek Squad and have them reinstall Windows. A bad/corrupt windows was put on it. Then when I got it back that night I was going through and checking stuff and noticed that it was only reading the SSD. WTF? Me not being computer savvy in the least I had to google for a soluition. Luckily it was an easy fix. It wasn't formatted or partitioned so it wasn't reading it. For the money I spent, I feel a little better quality control might have help before shipping. Other then those small issues, I couldn't be happier. For the price I got on black Friday, this was one heck of a deal. I haven't had any issues since and I'd highly recommend this company to anyone looking for a new, powerful computer.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Great for Hardcore Newbies

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I was very excited when this rig arrived, but when I opened it I became deeply disappointed. Only one PCI-e 16x slot, why two RAM slots, and it has a i7-6700 sticker on it? I went back to the store and it turns out that these specs are right in the Best Buy system, it's the site that has been lying to us. These discrepancies may sound trivial to some, but future proofing becomes more expensive. Rather than buying a second gtx 1080 down the road for cheap you'll have to buy a newer card. 2x16gb ram are vastly more expensive than 2x8gb. 6700 vs 7700, the performance is currently the same in gaming but future driver updates may change that but the one feature I was looking forward to was the 10-bit color support (better visuals) and lastly it's the latest and almost the greatest so yeah I wanted the 7700. With that said, this is a great rig for the price(1449 on sale) to those that just want to set it up and not concern themselves about upgrades. As for me this was a deal breaker. Rather than paying more for these specs I'll revisit my PC building days and I'll make the magic happen.

      I would recommend this to a friend

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