Windows 10: Is my CyberPowerPC better worse than a build?

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  1.    3 Weeks Ago #11

    There's no list of most crucial parts, make and model of MB and PSU, also suspiciously missing an SSD with only mediocre HDD and for 4000 bucks ? Although it has liquid cooling it looks like very basic one, not better than most air coolers.
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  2.    3 Weeks Ago #12

    CountMike said: View Post
    There's no list of most crucial parts, make and model of MB and PSU, also suspiciously missing an SSD with only mediocre HDD and for 4000 bucks ? Although it has liquid cooling it looks like very basic one, not better than most air coolers.

    The Amazon link does list a 240GBs SSD, without specifying the interface. My guess, it's probably SATA III. Otherwise, the listing would state "240GB PCIe x4 NVMe", or something similar.

    But I agree, the Noctua air coolers are probably as good, if not better most of the times than the liquid cooling in the CyberPowerPC...

    The total price for the components listed is 2,500 - 3,000 bucks, if one would want to build this system, where the most expensive item is the video card, about 1,000 bucks. The system does not include a monitor, that's left up to buyer to get one. This should be a careful selection, since the system is probably capable of producing high frame rates per seconds. Selecting a "run of the mill" monitor may limit the frame rate displayed, regardless what the system is capable to do:

    Frame Rate (FPS) vs Refresh Rate (Hz) - AVADirect

    Over all, the CyberPower PC is probably a fast system and if you have the funds, go for it. Just unpack and fire the system up...
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       3 Weeks Ago #13

    Maybe I missed it, but I do not see specifics. What Motherboard (brand and model) does it come with, which brand, frequency and model ram (and why do you need 32 GB), which Brand, model, size Power supply, which brand SSD? You would have to know all those answers to be able to compare it's real value.

    Having said that, generally it seems to be a capable computer, but personally I think it is way overpriced. I have to believe that most of the people responding to this thread could build you as good, and probably better PC for much less money. Just my 2 cents.

    I also agree with @DeaconFrost. I have lost track of how many PCs I have built in my time, but the one I will never forget is my first one. After that, I have never even considered buying a prebuilt again.
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  4.    3 Weeks Ago #14

    essenbe said: View Post
    Maybe I missed it, but I do not see specifics. What Motherboard (brand and model) does it come with, which brand, frequency and model ram (and why do you need 32 GB), which Brand, model, size Power supply, which brand SSD? You would have to know all those answers to be able to compare it's real value.

    Having said that, generally it seems to be a capable computer, but personally I think it is way overpriced. I have to believe that most of the people responding to this thread could build you as good, and probably better PC for much less money. Just my 2 cents.

    I also agree with @DeaconFrost. I have lost track of how many PCs I have built in my time, but the one I will never forget is my first one. After that, I have never even considered buying a prebuilt again.
    All of this data is available from Their site as all of their builds are custom by the Buyer.
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       3 Weeks Ago #15

    Josey Wales said: View Post
    All of this data is available from Their site as all of their builds are custom by the Buyer.
    Well, then it would be easy to spec out. I just didn't see it. Maybe I didn't look in the right place.
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