|Processor||2.8 GHz Intel Core i5|
|Hard Drive||1024 GB SATA III 7200 RPM|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon|
|Card Description||Radeon RX 480|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||4096 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||6|
CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme VR GXiVR8020A Gaming Desktop - Intel i5-6402P Quad Core 2.8GHz, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD, 24X DVD, AMD RX 480 4GB, WI-Fi USB Adapter, Windows 10 Home (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- System: Intel i5-6402P 2.8GHz Quad-Core | Intel B150 Chipset | 8GB DDR4 | 1TB HDD | WI-FI USB Adapter | Genuine Windows 10 Home 64-bit
- Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB Video Card | VR Ready | 1x HDMI | 1x Display Port
- Connectivity: 6 x USB 3.0 | 4 x USB 2.0 | 1x RJ-45 Network Ethernet 10/100/1000 | Audio: 7.1 Channel Keyboard and Mouse
- Warranty: 1 Year Parts & Labor Warranty Free Lifetime Tech Support"
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CyberPowerPC gaming systems are the choice of top gamers everywhere, from pro esports players to pro streamers. However, although it’s used by the best, it’s built for any and every gamer out there. We challenge you to Get On Our Level. Let us give you the tools to take you to top. Every game you dominate, every level you smash, every competition you win, we want to be a part of that every step of the way.
- PC Magazine Reader's Choice 2016.
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CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR Series - Intel Edition
Enthusiast Level Gaming Computer System
The CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR is optimized for gaming, and is also VR ready. The Intel CPU and High Performance GPU gives the computer the raw power it needs to function at a high level. Added on, the high speed memory and large hard drive gives the CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR all the space needed to only focus on gaming.
- VR Ready with Oculus Ready Certification.
- Optimized for gaming at Ultra High game settings and high resolutions.
- 6th Generation Intel Core Processor.
- Wireless 802.11 AC Wi-Fi USB Adapter.
Oculus Ready - Tested and Certified
This CyberPowerPC is specially designed for and approved by Oculus Rift. Every Oculus Ready system is tested to make sure software settings are configured correctly, updates are working properly, and hardware responds accordingly. Oculus wants to make sure people can get into VR effortlessly, right out of the box.
AMD Radeon VR Ready Premium
Escape into lifelike realms of ultra-immersive virtual reality experiences with Radeon VR Ready Premium solutions powered by powerful AMD Radeon graphics. Delivering immense visual power and unmatched technological innovation, AMD's VR Ready Premium solutions set the bar for enabling premium experiences on high-end VR games, entertainment, and applications.
6th Gen Intel Core i5 Processor
With faster, intelligent, multi-core technology that applies processing power where it's needed most, Intel Core i5 processors deliver an incredible breakthrough in PC performance. You'll multitask applications faster and unleash incredible digital media creation. And you'll experience maximum performance for everything you do.
DirectX 12 Gaming Optimized
Break down boundaries and step into your game with graphics more stunning than ever before with the new DirectX 12 technology. Windows 10’s API is armed with new features that will provide quicker processing in real time to generate higher FPS and richer graphics as well as reduced power consumption to play longer.
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- One (1) Desktop System.
- One (1) USB Gaming Keyboard.
- One (1) USB Gaming Mouse.
- One (1) USB WiFi Adapter.
- One (1) AC Power Cord.
- User Guides and Manuals.
PC Magazine 2016 Reader's Choice Award for Overall Desktops PCs
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CyberPowerPC makes build-to-order PCs, primarily for gamers. That can be a tough crowd to please but CyberPowerPC's fast, reliable systems are generating satisfied, loyal customers...It's once again setting a standard among Windows-based desktop PC brands, receiving the highest ratings for overall satisfaction (8.8), satisfaction with reliability (8.9), and likelihood to recommend (8.4, tied with Asus). Among CyberPowerPC desktops sold for home use, the ratings were even better: overall satisfaction and likelihood to recommend were 9.0, and satisfaction with reliability was 9.1. The company also earns a Readers' Choice Award for Home Desktop PCs.
-PCMAG (February 9, 2016).
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|Processor Speed||2.8 GHz||3 GHz||3.5 GHz||2.8 GHz||3.5 GHz||3.4 GHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon||RX 580||AMD Radeon R7||GTX 1060||Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050||NVIDIA GTX 960 GPU|
|Graphics Description||Radeon RX 480||Video Card: AMD RX 580 4GB||dedicated||Video Card: NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB||dedicated||dedicated|
|Hard-Drive Size||1,024 GB||1,024 GB||1 TB||1,024 GB||1 TB||1,024 GB|
|Item Dimensions||9.25 x 20.16 x 21.57 in||7.87 x 18.46 x 17.89 in||7.6 x 18.4 x 18.9 in||7.87 x 18.46 x 17.89 in||8.5 x 20.2 x 18.2 in||6.9 x 16.6 x 17.3 in|
|Item Weight||32 lbs||—||—||—||—||19.6 lbs|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10||Windows 10|
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CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme VR GXiVR8020A w/ i5-6402P, 8GB, AMD RX 480 4GB, 1TB HDD & Win 10
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First, the pros - and there are a lot of them:
Price - This is the big one. For $720 you get a 'complete' gaming PC: pre-built, windows 10 installed, keyboard, mouse, and wireless dongle. If you were to buy all of the individual components/pieces yourself you'd spend ~$840, so this is a bargain. Even if you already have a keyboard/mouse/wireless dongle, this would still be a good deal: all of the PC components + windows would cost you ~$750 (and of course it wouldn't be pre-assembled). I don't know of a better deal anywhere for a new PC gamer.
Performance - You get Radeon's latest and greatest, the RX 480. This card will handle any game you throw at it, including the most demanding (I tested with Witcher 3, and it meets all online benchmarks) at ultra settings at 1080p. You also get the latest in DDR4 memory and one of Intel's newest processors. This is a great gaming machine right out of the box.
Build Quality - I was really surprised here; the build quality is actually very nice (I included a picture of the cabling). Zip ties galore to keep cables out of the way, and everything assembled very well. Some of the screws are slightly over-tightened though; I needed a wrench to assist with opening the thumbscrews to get the side panels off, for example.
There are a few cons, however:
No Crossfire potential - The RX 480 is cheap enough that you might want to throw a second one in; you'd need a whole new motheboard for that, though. For some reason Cyberpower chose to use the MSI Bazooka instead of the MSI Mortar. They have similar prices/specs, except the Mortar has another PCI 3x slot if you want to add a second graphics card. This is the biggest oversight, in my opinion.
Low-end PSU - The power supply unit is fairly cheap/low-end; ideally you'd have a quality power supply in a gaming machine. Its probably the most boring component, but its also the most important; if it dies then you need a new one (and need to hope that it didn't fry your machine in the process). The one included is serviceable, but I would have accepted a $20-$30 higher price for a better PSU.
I also have some thoughts on various things/pieces:
Shipping Quality - The packaging was very good, and there was no damage beyond a minor scratch in the clear side plastic (from the inside, actually). I was happy.
Keyboard - The keyboard is a cheap membrane one, but when compared to other cheap membrane keyboards its actually fairly nice; probably one of the nicest cheap membrane keyboards I've used.
Mouse - The included mouse is very feature-lite, but will certainly work for gaming if you don't have anything better. Its definitely better than your stereotypical cheap mouse that might come with an HP or Dell machine.
Wifi Dongle - I actually didn't test this as I had no need (and have a pci wifi-card I installed). I don't expect problems with it... that said ...
PCI Expansion Slots - You get only 1. The motherboard technically has three (1x PCI3, 2x PCI1), however the graphics card uses one slot and covers up a second slot; so you get one additional PCI 1 slot. Perfect for a wireless card or similar; just don't get your hopes up in terms of expansion potential.
Hard Drive Cage - You get 2 slots, one of which is in use. So one easy place to add another drive. A SSD would be a great first addition to the system; I'd definitely recommend picking up a cheap one for the OS, at least. You can also mount an SSD in several mounting spots on the tower chasis, so you have that option as well.
Case - The case has a bottom opening with included filter for power supply airflow; its a nice touch I was happy to see. You also get one more disk drive slot; I put a blue-ray player in mine.
Overclocking - Don't even try it. The graphics card won't be able to do it well due to insufficient power (a design flaw, in my opinion), and the processor does't really support it well; even if it did, you only have the stock CPU Cooler to work with (unless you replace it), so I wouldn't recommend it. That said, its not necessary in this system.
4K Gaming/VR Gaming - The RX 480 can handle 1080p resolution with no issue; however it struggle with 4K gaming. VR is possible, but you'd need to turn down settings. This isn't a high end nVidia card, so expectations should be tempered when attempting ether of those two things. This is where no Crossfire really hurts this machine; the capability to add a second RX 480 would have made this capable of 4K gaming and VR with no issues what-so-ever.
Noise - The noise level is actually fairly low; stock cpu coolers are relatively quiet, as well as the case fans. The loudest thing is the graphics card fans under load.
This is a spectacular buy for a new PC gamer, or a PC gamer who needs a windows license with their machine. I don't think there is anything else on the market even remotely competitive right now. If you already have windows and peripherals, however, you can buy all of the parts for ~$650, so at that point you're better off building your own machine (unless you don't want to/find it too intimidating).
If you do buy this machine, buying an SSD is a cheap and easy way to get even more performance out of it. Later on you may want to upgrade the power supply (get a modular one, if you do). Something harder would be upgrading the motherboard to one that supports two graphics cards; this requires a lot, and isn't recommended if you're new to things.
*Edit* I changed 'SLI' to 'Crossfire' - SLI is Nvidia's solution, Crossfire is AMD's - I got my terminology mixed up.
Sadly right out of the box,I thought it doesn't work. First of all it shuts off about a minute after you turn it on for no reason. The second time it stays on, but there's no video signal. Tried every port, suggested troubleshooting. Nothing.
Turns out I'm the idiot, so here's a few tips I wish someone had written down for me before I purchased>
1. [NO SIGNAL] It's a new computer and new install of Windows. All of the ports won't work until you put in the license key and finish the installation. Too see what you're doing, use the HDMI port out of the video card, midway down the back. (see attached image).
2. [Windows Key] DON'T Use metal to scrap the paper sticker. You will tear off the code. I was able to just use my thumbnail to remove the coating and it came off pretty easily to reveal the code underneath. Make sure you run the Windows updater to insure it and Windows Defender are up to date.
3. [No VGA Ports] No, it doesn't have one. It uses Display Ports, HDMI, and DIVI. If you have VGA monitor(s) you can get a VGA to Display Port adapter pretty cheaply. I got these and they work just fine. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B017Q8OCSY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
If you were using USB adapters to run multiple monitors, get the display port adapters and use the Display ports.
5. [Disks and Drivers] This machine comes with disks with tools and drivers for your motherboard and graphics card. Update your drivers. Be aware of what you are installing,. If you're a gamer there are lots of tools and addons for gamers. If you're like me and are not necessarily a PC gamer but got this as a work computer you may not want all of those things...but you still need to make sure your drivers are updated.
One of the disks installs Nortons. If you hate Nortons as much as I do, make sure you don't install it with the other stuff.
6. [ Update Windows Again] After you install and update your drivers, run the Windows updater again just to make sure you're all set.
Upgraded to 16G RAM right away. This 2x4GB 2400MHz kit fit the bill nicely. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MSOKFJW/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
As I mentioned I'm not much of a PC gamer. I'm a work from home web designer and marketer and purchased this as a work computer. Got tired of over the counter "Office" computers that claim to be powerful, but strain to run multiple monitors, and can only handle a minimal RAM upgrade, but still charge top dollar.
This computer fit the bill perfectly. It's quick, responsive, plenty of power to multitask while watching videos, listening to music and so on.
If you're like me and want an office computer with some balls, I highly recommend it. . Can't beat the specs, design, and build for the price and it will handle whatever work can throw at it
After years of purchasing HP's, I was leery buying from a new company, but it was well worth it. I love this machine, and it looks good too.
UPDATE: 6 MONTHS LATER
6 months later and I'm still happy has hell with this computer. One add on I made was a 256GB SSD to boot Windows from, and then installed Linux on the included hard drive so now it can dual boot. Everything still works flawlessly, absolutely no complaints.
One of the best purchases I've made in years.