|Processor||3.1 GHz Core i5-3450|
|RAM||8 GB SDRAM DDR3|
|Hard Drive||1 TB SATAIII|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon HD6670 1GB|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1024 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||6|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||3|
CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme GXi980 Desktop (Black/Red) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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What you will get is a solid computer for a good price. It comes with windows 8 and I've installed MS Office, Mathematica and a few games. All of these work really well. Internet is extremely fast. I haven't seen any lag in any videos that I've watched nor have I seen any in the games I've played so far (Diablo 3 and Guild Wars 2). I've got the Diablo 3 graphics settings set near the highest level and the guild wars 2 graphics settings set sort of medium high. I did try setting Guild Wars 2 graphics to the highest level and did have some lag but that is really unnecessary as the medium/highs settings look great and this is of course a huge game with extremely textured graphics.
So basically, that's the sort of computer you will get. I recommend it if you're interested in gaming as well as other computing activity.
Finally, I will note that Amazon's product description is somewhat incorrect on several of the components. In particular the processor is an intel i5-3450 quad core and the graphics card is an AMD Radeon HD 6670. Everything else seems accurate as far as I can tell.Read more ›
After doing a quick internet search, it seems this is a common issue for this PC. Also, the graphics card AMD Radeon HD 6670 has a minimum requirement of 400 Watts. This PC comes with ONLY a 350 Watt Power Supply.
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I will not be buying another CyberpowerPC again.
I can't build a computer from scratch for that kind of money.
The core i5 processor was plenty fast for my purposes, and the video card adequate for the applications I intended to run (I didn't buy this for games)...and I could open a crap-ton (it's a lot) of windows and the media player wouldn't even stutter. It was the upgrade I desperately wanted and I quickly set about migrating all my important files and applications to this new invincible technology hero.
However, 1.5 days later, I returned to a home darkened by a power outage - a blown 15 amp fuse - triggered by the absolute total meltdown of this unit's anemic power supply. I don't know for sure if the 350 watt power supply was built by retarded monkeys, or if it was defective or if it was simply overtaxed due to poor system design, but it definitely turned out to be the GXi980's deadly weakness. Curiously, even though several other customer's have reported similar problems, a quick visit to the Cyberpower PC internet site revealed that 350 watt systems are the PC du jour. They apparently make them underpowered on purpose. I guess I should have known better.
I still think the product was essentially a good value, provided one:
1. Doesn't plug in or turn on the computer as shipped.
2. Replaces the stock power supply with something a little beefier (say 650+ watts)(...also, tack on another 70 dollars).
Keep in mind that if you manage to put your applications and files containing personal information onto the hard drive before the power supply self-destructs, consider not activating anything for a couple of days until you're sure of the system's reliability.Read more ›
Processor: Intel I5 processor provides enough power to run any programs and games.
VGA Card: ATI Radeon HD6770 was a Re-brand from HD5770, so for Gamers Enthusiasts this VGA Card can't be enough.
Memory: 8GB RAM - 8GB it's now the default for games.
PSU: The real problem. 350W? I just turn the computer on and the PSU fried. Luckily I bought a 700W PSU Coolmax 700W Dual-Fan Power Supply CTI-700B from Amazon months ago and now my system is solid.
HDD: 1TB HDD - Not SDD.
MoBo: Gigabyte B75M-D3H - Comes with USB 3.0, SATA and all default extras.
OS: Windows 8 64bits
This Equipment doesn't have Wireless Adapter, I ordered Cisco Valet AM10 300Mbps 802.11n Wireless LAN USB 2.0 Adapter w/Extension Cable from Amazon and now my PC is Wi-FI ready.
I would strongly suggest this equipment but my biggest regret is the PSU with only 350W. What happens if your PSU get fried and there isn't a backup one? Are you able to open your computer and change by yourself? Without any damage? That's my biggest doubt. That's why I gave 4 Stars.
This is my first review. If you have any doubts, please let me know.
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