CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme VR Gaming PC, Intel Core i5-9400F 2.9GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB, 8GB DDR4, 240GB SSD, 1TB HDD, WiFi Ready & Win 10 Home (GXiVR8060A8, Black)
- Screen Size: 1
- Processor: 2.9 GHz Intel Core i5
- RAM: 8 GB DDR4
- Memory Speed: 2400 MHz
- Hard Drive: 1 TB Mechanical Hard Drive
- Graphics Coprocessor: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660
- Chipset Brand: NVIDIA
- Card Description: Dedicated
- Graphics Card Ram Size: 6 GB
- Wireless Type: 802.11ac
- Number of USB 2.0 Ports: 2
- Number of USB 3.0 Ports: 6
Destroy the competition with the Cyber PowerPC Gamer Extreme VR series of gaming desktops. The Gamer Extreme 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...
I decided to make the move to PC gaming and sold my PS4 a few months ago. I've had a few months owning this tower and still can't think of what else I could possibly ask of it. This computer does EVERYTHING. In fact, I don't even know how they got it down to this price point. The processor is the newest one, in fact there were advertisements for it during E3, the 4 fans work great. And it has an SSD. And it supports VR. And it has 6 cores. This is worth FAR MORE than $750.You're probably wondering what all it does, right? Well, don't worry, I've tested it out. It's as insane as it looks.✔ EMULATORS - No, seriously. PCSX2? It renders that in like a thousand frames. Dolphin? Easy money. Here's how crazy this thing is: you can ACTUALLY emulate PS3 and even Switch games on it. I've tried. They actually WORK.✔ NEWEST GAMES - Effortlessly. Like, the emulators are more challenging and this computer runs those like butter. I remember playing RAGE 2 and Rainbow Six on this computer on max settings with no stutters. You want to play anything on ultra settings? You want this thing right here.✔ RESPECT - Anyone who knows what they're talking about will tell you that this is top-of-the-line, not just for a pre-built, but in general. You got those nerdy 'build it yourself bro' PC friends? Show them this. I guarantee they'll be as stumped as I am at how the price is this low.✔ CUSTOMIZABLE - Tinkering with this thing is super easy. It comes with a glass case in the left side and a couple of screws that are easy to take out. You just slide the glass case off, make sure the thing is turned off (duh) and you can get to replacing anything you want. The cable management is clean and it's pretty easy to figure out.✔ DURABLE - Whoever designed this computer was smart. Everything is intuitive. You worried about your hand bumping into the tower? Don't be. They've got a thick covering that wraps around this thing like a shield and absorbs impact. And if it bumps into the glass? Doesn't matter, because the motherboard and peripherals are installed behind the thick covering, meaning that the most important parts are always protected.There isn't enough positive stuff I can say about this computer. I downloaded every emulator out there and relived my entire childhood through it. Every game feels super immersive and everything you do on here feels like an adventure. I highly, highly recommend this computer if you can afford it. It's top-of-the-line. Seriously.
I literally just received this today. I dont know who is saying its ready right out of the box but you're wrong. I set it up, the keyboard is broken. the '2wsx' keys are unresponsive, and in case you dont know gaming, those are PRETTY DANG IMPORTANT TO GAMING. also, the range at which it finds wifi is maybe 4 and a half feet? so dont waste your money unless youre planning on ethernetting in. what a joke. I have full signal 100% wifi capability on my mac, but 3 feet away this desktop cant even recognize the network let alone connect to it. I feel like I've lit 800$ on fire. what an absolute JOKE.
This review is for the (now) $750 i5, GTX 1060, 8GB DDR4, 240 GB SSD, 1TB HDD model.First I would like to say that this is a great deal for a basic/starter gaming PC. If you want to get into PC gaming but don't know how to build one, or are just too busy to take on the task yourself, then this is the machine for you. Sure, it's not the absolute best of the best, but for $750 it is definitely a worthwhile starter build. The RAM is good, the motherboard, though it is Cyberpower's own brand, is respectable. The SSD and HDD are both nice quality WD drives. The graphics card in mine is an MSI GTX 1060, not some no-name brand so that was a nice surprise. The fans work great and the system stays cool even after a good long gaming session. I play mainly DBD, so I didn't need a beast of a machine, but it runs smooth as silk on ultra settings, giving me a constant 80+ FPS.Really, the only complaint I have about the system components is it only having 8GB or RAM. With the mid-range Ballistix RAM they used, they could have thrown in a full 16GB at minimal extra cost to them. The other nit-picky issues I have are purely cosmetic. First, I wish the keyboard was backlit. I mean, the logo lights up on it, why can't we have nicely lit keys too? Second, the side panel is acrylic. I realize the product description doesn't specify tempered glass or acrylic, but the box is covered with warning labels that say "Fragile Tempered Glass" so I was disappointed when I popped them off to find them to be plastic. They look nice though.Al in all, this is a great build for someone jst starting out. Though it runs smooth as silk as is, it is certainly future-ready as well. It has plenty of space and compatible components that will make it easy to upgrade for years to come. If you're on the fence about this PC, don't be. It is a great way to open the door to PC gaming.