|Screen Size||24 inches|
|Processor||4 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||16 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||2400 MHz|
|Hard Drive||1 TB HDD 7200 rpm; SSD|
|Graphics Coprocessor||GTX 1070|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
[GAMER'S PICK] SkyTech ArchAngel-i Supreme Gaming Computer Oculus PC Intel i7-6700K 4.0 GHz,GTX1070 8GB Graphic, 1TB 7200RPM Hard Drive, 256GB SSD, 16 GB DDR3, 14X B-R, WINDOWS 10 PRO 64-bit
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- Intel i7-6700K Processor,970 Chipset,2 TB 7200RPM Hard Drive 240 GB SSD
- GTX 1070 8GB Video Card,HDMI cord included ,2 x USB 2.0 ,4 x USB 3.0 , 2xDVI,2xD-Port
- 16GB DDR3 ,24x DVD Windows Professional 10 64-bit
- Wi-Fi Ready , Free Keyboard & Mouse, Monitor Not included , No bloatware.
- 1 Year Warranty on Labor and Parts ,Lifetime Tech Support
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SkyTech PC delivers the most powerful beast rig that has ever been created. Equipped with a 1070 GTX Video Card, all your gaming starts here. This system is Virtual Reality ready and by utilizing Nvidia's latest technology, this rig brings you beast mode that is faster than its' predecessor, the GTX 980 TI.
Processor: Intel i7-6700K 4.0 GHz Processor
Motherboard: 970 Chipset Powered Motherboard
Optical Drive: 24x LG DVD Rom
Video Card: GTX 1070 8GB
Memory: 16GB DDR3 Gaming Memory
Power Supply: Thermaltake 700 Watts Bronze Plus Certified Gaming PSU
HDD: 2 TB 7200 RPM Hard Disk
Second HDD: 240GB SSD
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Professional 64-bit
Special heatsink and fan will also be installed!! No STOCK fans!
Our commitment to providing you with the BEST quality for computers is unmatched. What sets us apart from others are the components that we use. Each and every product being assembled are branded and will have a longer manufacturers warranty than other competing companies.
Top Customer Reviews
Unlike most newly-purchased computers, this one had Windows fully installed, and there were programs they clearly used to test and "burn in" the machine. (Software like Prime95.) This should give buyers peace of mind that the builders did what they could (at extra expense to themselves) to assure that the computer was fully working and wasn't going to immediately fail under heavy load. It does mean someone is manually logging in to each machine before it goes out the door, so you have to trust that that's all they did to the machine. FWIW, I trust them.
As of this writing, the listing has conflicting information about what is in the computer. In some places, it says that the optical drive is a DVD. In contrast, the title line says it is a Blu-ray. Mine has a Blu-ray in it. The title says it has a 1T HDD, while other places including "Features & details", and even the part number, has "2T" in it. It only has a 1T, so the description is wrong. Also, in some places it says the SSD is 240G and in other places it says 256G. It is only 240G, so that's wrong too. I'm going to use Hanlon's razor and assume that the listing is just messed up, and that they didn't intend to mislead me into thinking there was a 2T HDD onboard. I was fooled nonetheless.
I see someone asked how many memory sticks are in there, but they didn't get a straight answer. There are 2 8G sticks. That leaves 2 more sockets for additional memory. I believe the machine will take two additional 8Gig SIMMS, for a total of 32G. The memory boards themselves are made by G.Skill (F4-2400C15-8 GVR.) Other places will make you pay extra for G.Skill, so it seems odd they left that out of the listing. The memory boards are even red, which matches the color scheme of the box. The SATA cables are red and black too. Kudos for those little details, SkyTech.
The case, 700W power supply, and cooling fan are all from Thermaltake which is a good brand. The motherboard is an MSI Z170-A Pro which is a good motherboard. The listing doesn't mention what ports it has. You can look up the motherboard for that. The BIOS has many features for overclocking and general tweaking.
By convention, this computer comes with a super-cheap keyboard and super-cheap mouse. That's why they say they are "free." If you're a gamer, you presumably know that these are not intended for actual use. They are just customary. You probably already have a keyboard and mouse that you are used to and are just switching them to the new computer. Or, you are ordering a new keyboard and new mouse that fit your individual needs. Input devices are very personal, and can be expensive. So, it doesn't make any sense for them to ship something expensive that you aren't going to like or use. They just ship you something to get you started, or for use in emergencies. If you are using a starter keyboard, yea, you should order something better. You'll be pleasantly surprised.
This is a fast computer. There is no mistaking it. The i7-6700K 4GHz is the fastest of the newest Skylake microarchitecture processors from Intel. In other words, this is the latest and greatest. There is a slightly faster GPU in the GTX 1080 compared to this GTX 1070, but this is almost the fastest. 2400 Mhz memory unusually fast for a desktop computer right now. The rest of the hardware is good stuff. It even looks good. I had to take a star off for slow ship time and an inaccurate listing.
Shipping - they will print a label the day you order itso they can bill you. I assume they updated everything since no patching was required when i recieved it and it took 3 days before UPS actually picked it up. It was packed VERY well however when stuffing the inside of the case with foam and bubble wrap they broke the clasp on the SATA cable connecting the SSD. It still works it just does not lock on, not a deal breaker because this after all a desktop and is not exactly jumping around.
Parts included in the description were for the most part accurate and for the price you cant really build this computer yourself cheaper which is why we chose this pre built one. It is a great build with 1 MAJOR descrepancy."Wifi Ready" no.. the WiFi is not a built in card but a USB dongle and the fastest speed we were able to pull on it 2.17Mbps and i have +100Mbps service at my home.
Had to drive 30 milles to best buy and back, spend an additional $70 and now we have decent WiFi speeds. I subtracted 1 star based solely on the fact that they tossed a $3 usb dongle in the box so they could call it WiFi ready. It was insulting after spending this much on a PC.