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|Memory Speed||2400 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||6|
CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR Gaming PC, Liquid Cool Intel Core i9-9900K 3.6GHz, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super 8GB, 16GB DDR4, 1TB PCI-E NVMe SSD, WiFi Ready & Win 10 Home (GXiVR8080A8, Black)
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- System: Intel Core i9-9900k 3. 6GHz 8-Core: Intel Z390 Chipset, 16GB DDR4, 1TB PCI-E NV Me SSD: Genuine Windows 10 Home 64-bit
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super 8GB Video Card, 1x HDMI, 2x 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: window side panel: Custom ARGB case Lighting: RGB 7 Colors Gaming mouse
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Destroy the competition with the CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme VR series of gaming desktops. The Gamer Xtreme VR series features the latest generation of high performance Intel Core processors and ultra-quick DDR RAM to easily handle system-intensive tasks, such as high definition video playback and gaming. Coupled with powerful discreet video cards, the Gamer Xtreme series provides a smooth gaming and multimedia experience.
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- Intel i9 9th Generation Processor
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- Gaming Keyboard and RGB 7 Color Mouse Combo
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With faster, intelligent, multi-core technology that applies processing power where it's needed most, Intel Core i9 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.
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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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All CyberPowerPC gaming systems include a free black 102-Key keyboard. The keyboard features 8 unique multimedia keys and an ergonomic design. Also includes a 3-button 7 RGB color LED backlight gaming mouse with 4000 DPI Optical Sensor.
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Price: A little better than PCpartpicker components as of 8-29-2019, better if on sale
Parts: Reasonably good brands in my unit
Build: Good cable management
Performance: System is very powerful. Pushes many titles at 2K on high/ultra. Gsync/freesync work great!
Sound: Quiet system, even with fans on max.
No GPU drivers or utilities installed by default
Firmware update was required to get proper CPU speed boosts working
No extra cables or screws to add new drives
Poor heat management out of the box, resulting in GPU throttling. *Edited 9-8-2019* I disabled my added fans and set the included fans to max (still pretty quiet!). GPU didn't get above 78C and didn't throttle. Therefore out of the box, it doesn't necessarily throttle, so I bumped it to 5 stars. I still recommend adding a couple $12 case fans (see below for details).
Out of the box, this is a 3 star unit. After a few cheap mods, it's a 5 star beast of a machine. Average of 4 stars. *See edit above, 5 star machine all around!*
When I first got the machine and started it up, I was impressed by how quiet it was. After installing Nvidia drivers since only GeForce Experience was installed by default, I fired up FurMark to stress test the GPU and check temps (using MSI Afterburner). The temps crept up to 84C, resulting in about a 10% throttle. Although the GPU fans were going crazy, the case fans were virtually silent. Removing the side panel dropped the GPU temp to 68C, so that ruled out the MSI cooler.
I happened to have some 120x25mm noctua NF-P12 redux case fans intended for an Alienware machine that never arrived, so I installed them in the two inexplicably empty fan slots in this case, one on the bottom and one on the top above the radiator. The bottom one went in easily, the top one required sliding the radiator down as far as possible in the oval mounting holes, and even then it was a very tight fit. As it's a 120/140 mm hole, I would recommend a good, quiet 140x15mm slim fan instead. I moved the radiator fan cable from the chassis header to the CPU fan header, and installed the new fans in the chassis 1 and 2 headers. The 4 LED fans are not connected to the mobo and so are not speed controllable.
There was a marked improvement in GPU temps, but they still crept up to ~78C over time and again, none of the case fans ever really spun up. So I installed Asus AI suite 3 from their website, and used Fan Xpert 4 to max out all fans, which was not really that loud, actually. Furmark maxed out the GPU at 70C, which was clearly a large improvement, but I still wanted automatic fan control. I did not try max fans with the default setup, so that might be worth trying before buying anything. One issue is that all of the fans only respond to the CPU temp by default, and HW monitor showed the CPU never got above 45C or above 4.1 GHZ. Some googling suggested a firmware upgrade, which fixed the boost issue. Unfortunately Fan Xpert 4 will not control the chassis fan speed from GPU temp (except with ASUS cards, annoyingly), so I chose the mobo temp header and built some acceptable temp/fans speed curves from that. I still max at about 74C while gaming unless I manually max the fans, so there's still some more tweaking to do and other fan control software out there. Honestly though, the default, normal mode is more than sufficient with the 2 extra fans.
In the end, I use this with a 2k 144 hx 32 inch freesync LG monitor and it screams. This machine definitely hits a nice price/performance sweet spot, once a couple fans are added.
Since there's little detail on components in the description, here's what came in my box (YMMV):
GPU: MSI Ventus RTX 2070 OC
Mobo: Asus PRIME Z390-P
RAM: Crucial Ballistix 2400 with heat spreader
PSU: Apevia Prestige 80+ gold (probably 600 watt, not obvious and I didn't remove the unit to find out)
Wifi: AsRock AC
Mouse and keyboard: cyberpowerPC branded LED. Membrane keys. Seem reasonable quality.
When i tried to turn on the computer.
i find out the wifi does not work. then i call the consumer service.
then they tell me to fix it by myself!
wth is going on. excause me ??????
So because of the significance of cost vs value I felt I needed to share this so others with perhaps less experience will be aware of what they're about to buy.
Now that said, I'm older now and don't have the time or energy to build and tweak like I used to. I decided to buy ,for the first time, a prebuild specific to VR gaming. After pricing all the parts starting with CPU then GPU then memory/storage and finally motherboard, I felt that a rig outfitted with all the latest hardware and tech would run about $1600. While looking I saw the back to school special advertising this VR ready prebuild touting all the great reviews and coming in a couple hundred below my estimate I thought "why not, I'll be able to plug and play in a day vice a week or two".
Now they don't CYBERPOWERPC doesn't list what brand equipment they install just the tech specs, one can even infer from the description that it's too of the line and tuned for performance, it must be if they supply rigs to championship tournaments right!
So here's what I got:
Case: standard tower as described, but without any chassis lighting which is discrepancy 1. Nowadays lighting goes hand in hand with build specs so yeah it's a big deal.
The keyboard and mouse are nothing special, the mouse does light up with random colors but material quality is cheap and feels like it might last no more than a year with regular use.
Unboxing was standard with solid formed styrofoam. One little bag with a few parts and manuals was all it came with and at first I didn't think much of it, until I looked inside.
The case, in my opinion is the absolute worst case to build the 'ultimate VR ready game rig' in. it has on the left a tempered glass cover with another on the front. Again no chassis lights and no expansion slots. This really started to annoy me, two USB ports, power and reset at the top. That's it.
Inside is very open, most cabling is hidden, which is good, until you open the right panel to see how.
What lights up are the fans and CPU cooler, but you'll quickly find that they are completely random and not controlled. They are ARGB but wired straight to power with a randomizer inline.
The board is the ASUS PRIME Z390-P, though a solid board it definitely NOT an optimal gaming optimized motherboard. I was shocked to find that. The processor is what's advertised, the video card is the MSI GTX2070 super, Ventura, not the gaming series with RGB lighting and triple fan cooling, nope the cheapest 2070 currently in production.
Memory consist of two xpg ddr4 3000 8x2 - decent.
SSD storage is an Intel 660p 1tb NVM with no heatsink. Again surprised by the choice given the description.
OS is win10 home with no modifications or performance tweaks, in fact none of the OEM software was installed. Think fresh install of windows and stop.
Now this was the most surprising because again this is supposed to be a VR, ultra high gaming rig suited to championship tournaments but it's more like a kids first try at diy building.
Now given that all the parts are market with nothing proprietary to CYBERPOWERPC, I expected all the additional parts and pieces would be included, like they would be had I purchased them individually, but nope again. Book, driver CD for Mobo, a couple of quick setup papers for the GPU and CYBERPOWERPC warranty card.
A closer look at the assembly shows that this was put together in a hurry, most of the screws were loose, not securely screwed in. This I noticed when I turned it on and heard vibration coming from the fans, same with Mobo it had play because screws weren't all tight.
Cabling was what the picture shows and shoved into the bottom cavity, and zip tied in bunches. The fans are not variable speed, but are ARGB capable but instead of using that feature they were Daisy chained, not even plugged into Mobo fan ports so software doesn't think there are fans installed. The picture shows an RGB strip, that's mine, I plugged it in to the board to see if it would control it, the software that's supposed to do that will not run so they just change color randomly.
Overall the build quality is sub-par and certainly doesn't represent a performance gaming machine. Something as simple as cable management is rushed and the total lack of performance customization coupled with less than optimal part selection really makes me pause and offer caution if you're in the market for a high-end gaming PC. And one more example of poor build quality is the alignment of the Mobo at the back. As the picture shows the ports are not aligned, so all of the bottom ports are obstructed and the only way to fix that is to disassemble everything and remount properly, but not ready to do that.
I haven't decided if I'm sending it back, although I'm leaning toward yes at the moment..
$1500 is a lot of money especially when building something that's future proof (as future proof as a PC can be), and I would expect something like an alienware which is customized and tweaked for performance, in fact, I might just order one once this gets returned.
Update 7 September:
I have the overall review an additional star for a total of 4/5. Reason is the value when compared to NZXT which offers the exact build (including the built-in addressable RGB, Mobo is better being the MSI MPG Z390 Pro Carbon selected at the time of estimate +$179.00) for an additional$1000. Can't say if theirs is performance tweaked or what else comes with it, but given that significant savings I cannot in good consionce give it a lower rating. Performance is solid, it's incapable of bad performance because of the latest components used. I was able to run AutoCAD, compress video, run Elite Dangerous in VR AND Star Citizen at the same time with little to no lag that was noticable.
For first time users: be sure to make a system / recovery image and disk in addition to linking to your Microsoft account in order to backup your activation key. Do this immediately after running live update and activation. Reason is, like most OEM PCs, there is no sticker or recovery media aside from the driver disk sent with the motherboard. If not you will not be able to recover/reload/upgrade this machine AND have a activated software license should there be hardware failure or significant hardware change (like motherboard).
1 - The box arrived quickly and was decently packed.
2 - The cable management was very well done.
3 - The GPU and Mobo were not bargain-bin versions - in my case Ventus OC and Z390-P.
4 - The case fans were properly configured and everything ran quiet and cool in stress tests.
5 - The RAM is only 2400 - not the end of the world.
We'll see how this performs over the next few months, but so far I am very happy with this machine. I prefer building, but actually saw significant savings with the sale.
I know everyone's mileage can vary and people are more likely to write negative reviews than positive ones - but at least in my experience, I would recommend CyberPowerPC again.
Performance this is a very fast machine, have tried multiple games and it easily handles them.
Will update about durability after I've had it for a while
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Some reviews I saw of CyberpowerPC and other similar brands like iBuyPower complained that they used some off-brand or cheaper components, including bottom-end graphics cards with insufficient cooling. This model I received contained a very respectable MSI Ventus RTX 2070 Super with dual fans, Intel 660p NVME Solid State drive, and Micron Ballistix DDR4 RAM, as well as the Intel i7-9700K with liquid cooling. The only obscure brand was the PSU, which in use-- maxing out some high end games and surely drawing about as much power as the computer is likely to ever use --has not given me any issues as of yet.
I like the styling of the case, though I was unsure how I'd feel about the many LED-illuminated fans. Luckily they can be adjusted with an included remote so at minimum brightness they are visible through the tinted glass but not overly distracting. You can cycle through a variety of animation styles/speeds and colour combinations. There are a total of 5 LED fans in this build, two on the CPU's radiator, and three in the front window. Also the cooling block on the CPU has matching LEDs to the fans which illuminate a CyberpowerPC logo. The front and side case windows are tempered, tinted glass which feels solid and looks nice. The case overall feels solidly build and had a reasonably well positioned spot to mount and conceal a couple additional SATA3 drives or other accessories.
The cable management inside is well concealed, but the PSU in this model must not have removable cables as they're all just stuffed into the space at the bottom of the case to keep the extra connectors and wires out of the way. Not the most elegant solution but eh, I never see it because it's on the bottom of the non-window side of the case.
All in all I'm very pleased, this PC was quite affordable for the amount of horsepower I'm getting. I can run visually high-end games like Red Dead Redemption 2 at high settings on my 21:9 monitor. It looks beautiful and runs smoothly 60-75FPS (capped by my monitor's refresh rate).
If anything goes terribly wrong I'll update this review. At the time of writing, I've owned it for just over 2 weeks.
The computer also functions well, although I have not attempted to test any performance limits.
Because my older PC died in disaster, I required another computer very quickly for things other than games, and this one fills my requirements for most other tasks as well. That is why I have decided to not return it.
After this experience though, It is unlikely that I will ever order another computer directly from Amazon.
The computer itself, if you can get one "as described", is nice.
- i7-9700K which scores great on userbenchmark.
- ASRock Z390 Phanom Gaming 4-CB motherboard with 4.20 firmware. I have not updated firmware as ASRock does not "actually" support the CB version of this motherboard. It is specifically designed for CyberpowerPC only. Right now the firmware is quite up to date, we will see what the future brings. No star deduction there.
- EVGA RTX 2070 Super which scores 6300 on Superposition Benchmark on 1080p Extreme. Without overlocking this is a good result. Plus you can just use the X1 software from EVGA or MSI Afterburner for your special needs. I recommend you guys to do that as default fan curve is just terrible and the temperatures might get too high, just make your own curve.
- Teamgroup UD4-3000 MHz 2 x 8 GB RAM which scores great on userbenchmark and I am really happy about that.
- Stress testing the GPU resulted in maximum 75 C temperature. During gaming of 1440p Jedi Knight Fallen Order on Epic Detail, the avarage fps was 91 and the temperature never went over 74 C. Again, GPU fan speeds were customized via MSI Afterburner here.
- RGB remote controller for the fans is a terrible one and it broke the 2nd day. I do not care about the RGB, and I will replace the fans anyway.
- The case is nice, tempered glass looks beautiful and it even has filters below the case for an extra case fan. I will use that spot for sure. You also get a free spot on top of the case, it might be useful to install an exhaust fan too at some point.
- The wifi adapter built in on the board worked for me. I guess this is more like a house network quality thing.
- The Intel SSD is just decent. I was using a similar one anyway.
This is an amazing PC with great components for the price. I got it on a Black Friday deal and I am really happy with it. It is definitely recommended. 5/5.
Feel free to ask any questions.
Correction. I had forgotten to connect the antenna that come with it. So the wifi also work correctly. my god damn fault
My main application for the computer is video editing.
I just edited my first cut of a music video with this computer and was pleased with how well it handled the workload. Importing HD video clips, running timeline applications, making multiple edits and running multiple tracks was handled very seamlessly and easily by the computer.
I had my doubts about this computer but I must say it has performed well to this point.
Of note, the NVidia/Microsoft graphics card driver utility panel would not install initially. I had to go to the NVidia website to load my driver and utilities.
Regarding delivery, the computer arrived with in two days.
It was packaged exceptionally well and the internal computer parts were secured perfectly by a pillow.
The computer runs virtually silent but I have not stressed the video card enough yet.
The computer has a great look along with the tempered glass and changing neon colors from the liquid cooled lines and fans.
Great purchase so far!
This is a really nice midrange setup. No issues with any of the fans or hard drives on delivery. (There is a note in the box that tells you to check their connections just to be sure. Either they didn't use to do that or people are missing that part?)
The case is really nice, the lighting feature is fun and you can also completely turn it off if you don't care for it. The remote is a nice touch and allows you to change to solid colours or changing colours. Very enjoyable though I'd rather have some better hardware and a "boring" case myself, it's difficult to find that anymore.
Software was easy to setup, no issues. No bloatware THANK YOU. I was quickly able to get up and rolling.
No motherboard manual? I didn't check to see if it's on the CD that came with. The small instructions that came in the box were clearly meant for a different hardware setup. While this is not a huge issue for an advanced computer user, it might prove frustrating for someone who is not as competent around hardware and software.
Video card: The good news is that the particular video card being installed at this time allows you to have four monitors! But the bad news, from reading other comments, is that the type of connectors on your video card can vary! Someone commented two months ago that theirs had two HDMI? For me, I only got ONE HDMI and the other three connections are DP. I just bought two brand new monitors from Acer and neither of them have DP connections, but they do have DMI and DVI. So, I had to buy convertor cables, which just meant extra costs.
The mouse and keyboard aren't great quality. I'd assume most midrange gamers would have their own. It's ok if you are just starting out.
Also could use a few more USB ports on the back, IMO but it's not like I wasn't aware of that in the description. Consider an expansion card. (It's just amazing how many I use!)
Next we noticed the PC will not shutdown, sleep or hibernate. It cuts power the the monitor but never turns off. We have to hold down the power button to get it off.
Now the pc just randomly freeze. It could be 5 minutes or 1 hour. It doesn't matter what you are doing, it just freezes. The latest was while typing this it crashed with a Kernel error. This is my second attempt at this review.
Their support has been lack luster as well. I've tried all the suggestions on their site as well as microsoft and other places, but the problems still remain. Their suggestion was for me to pay to ship it from Canada to California so they could repair it and ship it back. This could take several weeks of even months. (not to mention, the box was recycled) My son cannot be without a pc as he has school work, and due to covid19 all his learning is online, and this is the only pc we have right now. So we're stuck. I asked if they would send us a new, working pc and i'll ship the defective one back in the same box. I have yet to hear back from them.