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Gamer Xtreme VR Gaming PC, Intel i5-10400F 2.9GHz, GeForce GTX 1660 Super 6GB, 8GB DDR4, 500GB NVMe SSD, Wi-Fi Ready & Windows 10 Home (GXiVR8060A10)

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  • System: Intel Core i5-10400F 2.9GHz 6-Core, Intel B460 Chipset, 8GB DDR4, 500GB PCI-E NVMe SSD, & Genuine Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Super 6GB Video Card, 1x HDMI, & 1x DisplayPort
  • Connectivity: 6 x USB 3.1, 2 x USB 2.0, 1x RJ-45 Network Ethernet 10/100/1000, 802.11AC Wi-Fi. Audio: 7.1 Channel. Keyboard and mouse
  • Special feature: Tempered glass side case panel. RGB case lighting. RGB 7 colors, gaming mouse
  • 1 year parts & labor. Free lifetime tech support
  • Connectivity technology: Wi-Fi Built-in

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This system has been tested to meet the requirements to support VR gaming for both the HTC VIVE with Steam VR and the Oculus Rift VR. Virtual Reality gaming is the next evolution in gaming and CyberPowerPC systems are ready to bring you the immersive experience that VR has to offer. VR hardware and accessories show here not included and sold separately.

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Reviewed in the United States on May 25, 2021
Size: GeForce GTX 1660 SuperVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good but with some caveats (GXiVR8060A10 model)
By Hannah S. on May 25, 2021
To be transparent: I've had the PC for about 24 hours and will be getting a $10 amazon card for reviewing but I'm going to be honest about this. I'll also say this is my first PC so I'm not coming from an experienced perspective. The last PC I used was in my parent's family room in the 90's.

I'll start with the pros/cons, then go into more detail.

PROS:
-No proprietary parts, which means the system can be upgraded by the user over time. This is something you don't get with prebuilts from companies like HP, Dell, etc.
-Large case means future upgrading will be easier.
-Shipped quickly, and was packaged well within the box.
-Looks pretty slick.
-Decent ventilation.

CONS:
-Single channel RAM out of the box and only 8gb.
-Stock intel CPU fan is kind of a joke, especially considering how many reviews mention problems with temps.
-Case fans are 3 pin and are connected directly to the power supply, meaning they go full speed 100% of the time which creates a lot of unnecessary noise and can shorten the lifespan of the fans. On start up, this PC was as load as my laptop under a heavy load in a warm room. On the upside, its a nice white noise machine if you're into that kind of thing.
-Cable management was very tight in some areas and put extra tension of several connections. This was solved by pulling some slack from the basement so not really a huge deal but still a pain.

In summary: I like this PC- I think its a pretty solid starter PC with some decent-mid range specs/hardware and plenty of potential for upgrades. I think $950 is a bit overpriced and I'm pretty sure this PC used to be only $750 (with the GPU market what it is right now, I guess price increases are to be expected). Based on my research, I decided to immediately swap some components to extend the lifespan of my PC. I think with those changes I'll have a reliable machine for some time. HOWEVER, I don't think you should need to make part swaps OUT OF THE BOX when you pay almost $1k for a PC. Get it cheaper if you can, and spend that extra money on new RAM and a CPU cooler. If you pay what I did, accept that you're paying that price to have it NOW.

Also, this is a small thing but the thumb screws for the side panels were WAY over tightened, which killed a bit of the initial unboxing joy.

Once I rechecked all the connections, swapped the parts I planned to swap, and rechecked connections again, I booted it up. It started up and jumped into Windows set up immediately with zero problems. I installed Steam and MSI Afterburner and played some games (DOOM 2016, Horizon Zero Dawn, both of which my laptop struggled with). It wasn't an extended gaming session but temps stayed reasonable and games looked great compared to my laptop which had an MX150. I'm looking forward to a good few years with this PC. I'm thinking I'll eventually upgrade the GPU, CPU, and motherboard down the line. Which I can do, because there are no proprietary parts!

More nitty gritty stuff that I would have like to see in a review while doing my research.
-This CPU/motherboard combo (i5) is capped at 2666hz so keep that in mind when getting replacement RAM.
-The side panel is glass (I was expecting acrylic).
-It looks like they made some improvements to this case based on my research. The front panel is mesh and has 3 intake fans. It apparently used to just have slits for intake, so I'm glad they made this change. There's also open mesh on the top with a magnetic dust filter and non-magnetic mech on the bottom for the power supply.
-This product is not in a discreet box, try to be home when its supposed to be delivered so no one snatches it.
-A lot of reviews say their PCs just up and died a few months after they got it. My guess is that this could be in part due to overheating. I'm not an expert, so take it with a grain of salt but given how many teardown videos mention horrible temps, and how many people don't change the stock fans or even a review by a person who used their PC when the fans weren't working (?!), I think it could be a connection. My replacement CPU fan cost $30 and I think that's worth the peace of mind. I've never done anything more than a RAM swap before (in a laptop no less), so I was nervous about replacing the CPU cooler but it was pretty simple. I got a Cooler Master Hyper 212 and was able to put it in it without having to remove the motherboard from the case. Watch a youtube video or two and you'll be fine.
-There isn't an obvious spot to anchor an additional SSD. There seems to be a bay in the basement, but no sleds. I have mine sitting loose in the basement right now, but I'm hoping I can find a better solution. There are two included SATA data cables in the box, which was nice.
-The GPU was an MSI but it looks like that may change based on what's available.
-I reseated the GPU before booting up after reading several review that had issues with it on start up and to make it easier to move around the case while replacing the CPU cooler. It is anchored by a screw on the chassis, so be sure to remove that first.
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Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2020
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1.0 out of 5 stars Bad graphics card right out of the box
By CisforCorgi on December 28, 2020
I think I got someone else's return that was just recycled without being fixed and sent to me instead. When it came the box was pretty janky but everything seemed in place. Plugged everything in and booted it up and the graphics card had obviously gone bad. Artifacts everywhere. I know it's not my monitor and stuff because I'm typing this now from the very same monitor hooked back up to my old PC. The computer would only show default microsoft screen resolution (look how huge the mouse cursor is in the screenshot omg) and the graphics device said the nvidia card was disabled with an error 43. I tried literally every troubleshooting method you can find on google for HOURS and nothing worked. The only time the artifacts would disappear was when the card was well and truly disabled/uninstalled and it was using the windows basic graphics driver or whatever it is.

I ended up asking 3 of my friends who work in IT what their opinion was and they separately but unanimously said the graphics card was probably fried and to send it back, so that's what I'm doing instead of wasting my time more. I packed everything (including the mouse, keyboard, etc.) back up like I found it as best I could including putting the packaging stuff back in the case, but now the box is even more beat-up. So if anyone out there is reading this and suddenly gets notified this PC is available and being shipped to them, if the box is beat up, it's probably the same one that was returned and recycled to me and then sent back a second time. Good luck getting it to work.

I've used pre-built PCs for all my past computers and they've worked fine. So I'm going to assume in this case it's the company and just buy my next PC somewhere else. A shame, but if I'm spending that much money I want something that's not broken.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2021
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good
Reviewed in Canada on November 14, 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars great value - highly recommended
Reviewed in Canada on December 7, 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars great value - highly recommended
Reviewed in Canada on December 7, 2020
BUILD
MB : MSI B460M PRO-VDH WIFI
CPU : Intel Core i5-10400f
GPU : Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Super 6GB dual fan
SSD : WD Blue SN550 500 Go NVMe
RAM : Ballistix 3000mhz CL15 8GB DDR4
PSU : Apevia 600w 80+ Gold
OS : Windows 10 Home 64-bit
CASE: i thnik the case its cyberpower made but it look the same as Cooler Master MasterBox MB511
* I remove 8go ram and i add 32g (16*2) XPG TUF dual chanal (16g will be ok for gaming) and for storage i add 2tb HHD Seagate.

+Pros:
+shipping and packaging were good
+4 RGB fan with remote control
+Plays all games high setting in 1080p
+quality build
+great cases for airflow
+perfect cable management
+free keyboard and mouse (not good for gaming but it free)
+a box with all accessories of motherboard and case

-Cons:
-dual chanel ram 8g
-no usb c port
-noisy fans

++ after all its great value and i'm really satisfied with this buy ++
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great gaming PC on a budget
Reviewed in Canada on December 1, 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great gaming PC on a budget
Reviewed in Canada on December 1, 2020
I wanted to build my own PC before buying this one. The current period makes it very difficult to find PC parts at a good price and in stock. Even the market for used parts has become crazy. This is what makes this PC from CyberPower a great buy! You get a very good gaming computer, capable of running most of the recent games at near ultra settings. The case is beautiful, RGB lights are awesome. It comes with a keyboard and a mouse, which is a plus for casual gamers. Shipping and packaging were great. Setup also very user friendly. Unbox it, and it’s ready to go.
I would recommend upgrading to 16gb of ram and a better CPU cooler as mentioned in a previous comment, but it isn’t mandatory. Performances are great with the PC as it is but Cyber made it possible very easily to upgrade and add components easily (take that Apple).
Overall, I got a great experience from CyberPower and Amazon. I got this PC on a discount for BF 2020 but I’d be very satisfied as well if I paid full price for it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A pre-built that runs better than what you could build !
Reviewed in Canada on November 16, 2020
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Bob
5.0 out of 5 stars Best budget gaming pc
Reviewed in Canada on December 25, 2020
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