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CyberPowerPC - Gamer Ultra Desktop - AMD Ryzen 5 1400 - 8GB Memory - AMD Radeon RX 580 - 1TB Hard Drive - Black

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Experience heavy-duty gaming action with this CyberPowerPC Gamer Ultra computer. Its 1TB hard drive has room to store the latest video adventures, and its AMD Ryzen R5 chip provides speedy processing for real-time player interaction. This CyberPowerPC Gamer Ultra computer has 8GB of DDR4 RAM for smooth operations, even with multiple windows open.

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    What's Included

    • CyberPowerPC Gamer Ultra Desktop - AMD Ryzen 5 1400 - 8GB Memory - AMD Radeon RX 580 - 1TB Hard Drive
    • USB Gaming Keyboard and Mouse

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1920 out of 2007)

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    • Windows Mixed Reality Ultra

    Windows 10 operating system

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    AMD Ryzen 5 1400 processor

    Native quad-core / eight-threads processing delivers aggressive yet power-smart performance for advanced gaming, modeling, and video editing. The AMD SenseMI technology customizes CPU performance to your applications.

    8GB system memory for advanced multitasking

    Substantial high-bandwidth RAM to smoothly run your games and photo- and video-editing applications, as well as multiple programs and browser tabs all at once.

    1TB hard drive for ample file storage space

    Holds a significant collection of digital photos, music, HD videos and DVD-quality movies. 7200 rpm spindle speed enables rapid read/write times for handling large files and complex applications.

    AMD Radeon RX 580 graphics

    Driven by 4GB dedicated video memory to quickly render high-quality images for videos and games.

    FreeSync compatible for fluid gameplay

    AMD FreeSync technology synchronizes the refresh rate between the graphics card and compatible monitors to eliminate image tears and choppiness. Monitor sold separately.

    Oculus ready

    Leading the way in innovation, these award winning systems use the latest technology, meeting the recommended spec for the Oculus Rift Headset and driving high performance gaming in both VR and in traditional PC gaming.

    Windows Mixed Reality Ultra Ready

    Push your gaming and VR exhilaration to the limit with Windows Mixed Reality Ultra. This PC is compatible with Windows Mixed Reality headsets.Learn more ›

    2 SuperSpeed 10Gbs USB 3.1 ports

    Ultra-fast data connections to transfer large files rapidly.

    4 USB 3.0 ports maximize the latest high-speed devices

    Also includes 2 USB 2.0 ports to connect more accessories and peripherals. The USB 3.0 ports are backward-compatible with USB 2.0 devices (at 2.0 speeds).

    Next-generation wireless connectivity

    Connects to your network or hotspots on all current Wi-Fi standards. Connect to a Wireless-AC router for speed nearly 3x faster than Wireless-N. Gigabit LAN port also plugs into wired networks.

    Multidisplay capability

    Connect the usual single monitor, or add a second monitor to double your viewing space for work and games. (Monitors sold separately.)

    Additional ports

    Microphone and headphone jacks. HDMI output for a high-def monitor or HDTV. 1 DVI port. 1 DisplayPort. 1 PS/2 port.

    Note: This computer does not include a built-in DVD/CD drive.

    AMD, AMD Arrow logo and combinations thereof are trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 2007 reviews

    would recommend to a friend



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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Unrivaled Value, Nearly Perfect Midrange Build

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I use this machine for light gaming on a 1080p monitor and casual mining otherwise (I didn't believe them at first but you actually make a few dollars a day doing no work yourself and the ROI is much much higher than stocks or bonds). Here is the part list after taking it apart: First the bad; this machine is so slow coming from ones with SSDs but this is easily remedied by purchasing a small boot drive and mounting in any one of the slots and connecting it up to the PSU. Definitely do this as the HDD is a horrible bottleneck. The RGBs need to be controlled with the MSI App but it keeps telling me that I need to update my VGA drivers (which I have done) so I can't control them. Mine came in purple by default. It's alright, a little annoying to unplug manually when I want them off which is most of the time since the default brightness is extremely high. Again, also minor. The RX580 is also extremely power inefficient for gaming. It has the performance of a 1060 BUT draws as much power as 1080. It still takes 4 hours to use a kilowattt hour though so this is a few cents a day we are talking about here. More importantly, while mining it's supposedly very efficient. Lastly, the R5 1400 is only 30$ less than the 1500 but significantly weaker. This is a bit of a letdown in an otherwise exceptionally well put together system but I haven't had much if any CPU bottlenecking/100% usage in my casual gaming (Dota 2, Witcher 3, nothing too CPU heavy like Arma, 4X games, etc.) Otherwise, everything else is great. As you can see, the parts themselves retail for something close to 900$ (much more if you use the market value of the 580 rather than the MSRP) and they are sensible parts. All of them are off the shelf name brand products, none of that heavily customized impossible to modify junk. If you are very patient, you may be able to get most of these parts at a 25 - 30% discount yourself but at this point in time, when all the GPUs are OOS because of the bots are written by the miners and the people selling to miners, there is no way you will be able to afford a mid-level card like this and stay under 800$. The case is very nice as are the CPU fan (which seems slightly silly since the stock Wraith Stealth is more than enough and would have saved them 20$, what are they even doing with all the free ones that come with the CPUs???) and the KB+M which seem to be about on par with my 25$ CM set (which is why I have it listed in the part list since it is a Cyberpower part that can't be bought separately). The mouse even comes with a weight set! It is nicer than any 10$ - 15$ mouse I have used but not as much as any 50$+ mouse. The included wifi adapter is also very nice. The system works out of the box, if a bit slow since it is on a HDD (replace w SSD). One of my case fans was wired directly to the PSU and running at full speed. So I had to take unplug it and replug it into the motherboard, set it to DC smart fan in the BIOS and it was much quieter. All in all, the build quality is exceptional, the parts are solid, and you're not going to be able to create a midrange machine at the same budget yourself at this point in time. Highly recommended! I bought 2 of them, one for myself and another for a friend. I hope enough of these are bought and industry will see that consumers are willing to pay for pre-builts with sensible part choices and good prices. The most helpful reviewer took 1 star off for the case fan tweak; I think that does CyberPower and Best Buy a disservice because this machine should rank much much higher than any other prebuilt on the entire site. The fix takes 2 minutes to remedy but it is a careless mistake that should not pass QA.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars


      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I haven't bought a prebuilt PC for personal use in many years. But, with hardware prices where they are right now, this Cyberpower PC was a great deal. Honestly, I didn't expect much. However, much to my surprise, this machine is as good as I would have built myself! Cable management is good, the LED's look nice (and I'm not a fan of RGB stuff), and the cooling is adequate. Many reviews talk about loud fans. I haven't had this issue save for a couple times when I'm pushing it to the max with running a game on ultra and streaming video while surfing. And even then, the fans aren't "loud" persay, they are just running at 90-100% as that is how I have my fan curve set up since I don't like for my hardware to get over 55 degrees. This system isn't like a lot of prebuilt crap out there, CyberpowerPC has done everyone a solid by not using proprietary connectors, so you can upgrade later if you want. And the GPU and mobo are both MSI! (not sure about the PSU as I haven't opened up the back to look yet) Pros: Powerful Well designed Nice case RGB can be turned off if you want, with a button on the case, so no software. Cons: 1 stick of RAM ( I only include this because I like dual channel memory, BUT since they give you 1 8gb stick all you need to do is add another for 16gb) Overall, this CyberPowerPC - Gamer Ultra Desktop - AMD Ryzen 5 1400 - 8GB Memory - AMD Radeon RX 580 - 1TB Hard Drive - Black is amazing for the price and I didn't even buy it on sale. If you need a PC and can't wait for prices to go down to build your own, or just want a GREAT prebuilt machine, this is the one you should get! I've already recommended it to at least 5 people.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      This computer is so CLUTCH!

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I have been wanting a gaming computer for a long time. I had been looking at parts and planning on building myself. Well the GPU market is a little slim right now, and this computer had the GPU and CPU I wanted. It was on sale, so it was too great to pass up. Bought this and the ASUS monitor to go along with it. Holy cow I can not begin to describe how happy I am with it. Got it out of the box, plugged in, turned on, and was playing games within an hour. This computer is about as plug and play as they come! The tower is sturdy, has a beautiful glass side panel. I love the colored light aesthetic, and there is a convenient button on the front for changing the colors. Each part has its own booklet that came with it, all parts are MSI (this was supper impressive to me, MSI is a top quality brand and I wouldn't have expected every part to be top quality from a pre-built). Plenty of extra room in the tower for expansion as well. On to games: I played Overwatch, at over 80 fps at ultra settings, Rocket League at max settings, and Final Fantasy X, oh man FFX! I cranked the settings way up and almost cried from how gorgeous this system made that game look. Played games for several hours straight, then decided to see how hot my pc was getting... it wasn't! this thing was basically pumping out A/C! This computer is CLUTCH! I'd buy again in a heartbeat. May not be an Elite machine, but if you are looking for a good gaming pc that will "kill the console" this is it my friend. TL:DR - Its my first gaming computer, from my experience it's definitely worth while. Easy to set up and get started. Played Overwatch, Rocket League and FFX/X2 Remaster at highest settings, getting 80fps on OW. Hardware is top quality (MSI) and the tower has lots of room for expansion. May not be an Elite machine, but if you are looking for a good gaming pc that will "kill the console" this is it my friend.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Beware: poor warranty and customer service


      My 11-year old son saved his money for two years to buy this PC. We bought it at Best Buy in Oceanside, California in late April of 2018. About three weeks ago (less than five months from the purchase date) it stop powering up. I had not bought Best Buy's extended warranty, because I am a technically savvy guy, having worked in technology for close to twenty years professionally, and figured that any failures outside of warranty would be an opportunity to teach my son how to upgrade his own computer. However, I do believe a company needs to stand by the warranty that comes with the computer. Little did I know how poor this warranty is. CyberPower only has one authorized repair center (themselves) and they require their customers to foot the shipping bill to the center. For me, that ended up being about $80 without insurance, when you factor in the necessary packing as well. Come to find out, they offer their customers free shipping for warranty work if they buy it directly and opt for some $10 or $20 "extended warranty" which is not available to customer who buy through another reseller. I complained about this to their customer support, and when this went no where, on their Facebook page. I was told by whoever manages their social media account that they urge their customers to buy directly, to avoid such situations. Hear that Best Buy? One of your suppliers is urging people not to buy from you. I have screenshots of the chat exchange if anyone is interested. Moral of the story, buy an extended warranty with Best Buy when you get one of these computers, or, you know, buy a computer from a company who stands behind their product. As for me, it will be cheaper to buy a replacement motherboard myself, and get the benefit of a warranty on the part, than to pay for shipping and trust these jokers to properly service the machine. For the record, I did contact Best Buy during all of this, and they tried to see if they could just swap out the machine, but I guess five months is a bit too long for it. I also offered to take it in to the Geek Squad, if they could do the warranty service, but they said Cyberpower does not authorize them to do warranty repairs.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        CyberPowerPC Brand Expert

        Dear Valued Customer,

        We are deeply sorry to hear you feel that way. Any and all information regarding our warranty is publicly available on our main site if and when anyone wants to refer to it. Warranty service on our PCs are only done at our facility in California, any 3rd party service performed on the Pc is not covered under our warranty. If you have any further questions or concerns then please do not hesitate to give our tech support agents a call for any assistance; we're always happy to help.

        Tech support:

        - CyberpowerPC Support

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      PC gaming at affordable cost

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      i would like to start off by saying those who found the fans to be loud, try loosening the screws and adjust the fans so they just barely touch the case and whatnot. i found that to fix the fans loudness caused by the fans vibrating on the case. ok for the gaming aspect i will say this tower has it all, the settings on most or all of my games are set to high or ultra, i don't have to overclock or anything. the video card in this tower is in itself worth $350 (after tax) at most vendors if purchased at retail and alone. the PC is great to have alot or all of my games set to high or ultra settings with no lag issues. there is a wifi PCi card included with this tower and would like to say it performs just as well as if you were plugged in with an ethernet connection to your modem. so kudos to intel for improving on the wifi PCi cards from years ago. the LED strip is a nice touch but more of an aesthetic look. the case set up is very nice and tucked neatly with all the wires and everything. i would say compared to alot of other old prebuilt cases CyberPower has improved on a cleaner and neater style in their computers. there is a space for a secondary HD right above the main drive (which by the HD is stored on solid case side and at bottom along with the power supply, so the whole insides are built to accommodate things neatly and maximize efficiency for airing out the tower making enough space so everything doesn't over heat or areas have less chance at over heating. overall I would say buy this whether it's on sale or not on sale. its very worth the money spent. I would say however if you're able to pick up at store do so, the case was a bit damaged in the corner of my case and one of my feet broke off of it during transit with UPS and my box was a bit damp and bad thing is it wasn't in a box that blocked view of the items description or what it was.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Gaming PC

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      As someone who usually builds or heavily modifies their own PC's I was admittedly skeptical about buying one in store pre-built. And I had never dealt with Cyberpower PC before. However after doing my research and taking a look at it in store I'm glad I gave them a chance. To start with the specs really can't be beat for this price, the RX 580 graphics card alone is usually around $250 and has run everything I've thrown at it at 1440p for very high end games, and 4k for everything else with the settings turned up. It also sports the new Ryzen chipset which is a very competent mid range processor. Also the card and processor were just released in April so they're still being optimized and have room to grow. As far as functionality and aesthetics go the case is very attractive for the price, and keeps all of the wires bundled out of view behind a panel on the right side, while the components are accessible behind the glass panel on the left side. The case is clutter free and leaves plenty of room for future expansion. There are also vents at the top and front to add at least 3 more fans in the future if need be. The only real foreseeable drawback I could see is that it doesn't include an optical drive, or a space to add an internal one to the case, however if you really need to use disks external drives are fairly cheap. In short it's a great upper-mid range gaming PC with more than enough room to expand in the future. The video card, and processor are both very recent (April 2017), and the price is only slightly more than it would be buying all the components yourself and dealing with the hassle of shipping and assembling everything yourself.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      First Impression


      First impression is really mixed. I have viewed the specs of the computer and found it satisfying. With the price it offers and the chance to be able to play and stream my games with ease, it was something that I wanted to give it a try.... if I could. There are a good number of problems about this PC that I noticed: 1. Motherboard Okay, so remember back in the old days where the mouse came in a green cable and you stick it at the back? No? I do. That was when I was a Jr. High student... and that was more than 10 years ago. With technology evolving at a rapid pace and mouses now are USB, why is this port even necessary? It's making it look like it's old. 2. VGA connection I have called Geek Squad in three different locations. One insisted me on bringing it in, the other didn't know, and the other one..... took more than 25 minutes to get anyone on the line. And they never answered. I even talked to the Agent online and told me there's not much they can do without warranty... when I bought the warranty! So I had to do this for myself. The big problem I just realized... is that the VGA cable doesn't work. I tried it multiple times and it failed. It wasn't until we realized that the VGA and the HDMI cable located on upper area (where the mother board is) doesn't work. I bought a separate monitor hoping that it'll be enough, but they never bothered to tell me that the VGA cable doesn't work. I can use the monitor, fortunately, but out of sheer luck due to having an HDMI cable. It's bad. 3. Wireless Games nowadays are mostly based on computer. That's one of the few things that I mostly play on. Even if we're talking about Steam games, I need to go online and get this information. Well... problem is that when your wireless ranges from 0 to 5, it can get tough to download everything necessary to your PC. And when I say 0, sometimes, there's no internet. The desktop is located on the other side of the wall and it loses connection. The laptop I'm writing on right now is always a 5. Why gives us a defected wireless component? Why not even mention that you need it? Overall, I'm not impressed in the slightest. The one thing that it was sent to do and hopes the engine to show what it really can do.... I can't even begin doing that considering the games are still downloading it.... and most of the time it can't due to the horrible wireless component it came with. Price is good for the most part and I didn't mind getting another monitor, but this... is terrible. The only thing that's good about it is that the case is big and there's a lot of room you can use to modify it further... that's it. I can't write on how well this game desktop is without having actual games to test on. Fault being... the wireless sucks.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        CyberPowerPC Brand Expert

        Dear Edgar,

        We are deeply sorry to hear you feel that way. Regarding the motherboard, many modern boards still come with a PS/2 port. While it is not used as much as USB devices now a days, it is a great option to have as a back up for any reason if the USB ports fail; which can be be cause by software failure. Do keep in mind that the PC has a video card installed. Due to having that specific component installed, the onboard video ports like the VGA you described will be automatically disabled by the PC its self. The reason the PC does this is due to having the video card which is what it will now used to out put video at a much higher performance, so it prioritizes that port while disabling its own. Please do not hesitate to give our support agents a call for assistance addressing the wireless card performance; we're happy to help with that anyway we can.

        Tech support:

        - CyberpowerPC Support

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Just WOW


      So first of all, bang up job on shipping. Computer arrived well packed and had no problems. I was nervous about shipping a desktop, but I needn't have worried. The computer was safe and sound the whole way, even traveling by UPS. Second, I purchased the computer on the 22nd of February in store and had it shipped due to being out of stock in store. I was told it would be here on the 27th. I checked the tracking number on the 24th and got a huge surprise, she was out for delivery! holy cow, three days early. I had to rush around and get things ready because I thought I had a few days to work on my workstation, but it was a good rush. Only thing that came loose during shipping was the LED strip but it was easily reapplied. Windows startup took only about 20 minutes and I was good to go. PC boots in seconds. VERY impressed with this computer. Awesome job Best Buy and CyberPower PC. I've recommended to my wife that she get one as well. Will be doing business with this company for some time. For those with questions on what it has in it. Mine came with an MSI Bazooka B350M/A320M motherboard, an MSI Radeon 580 4GB graphics card, 8GB of XPC ADATA DDR4 RAM and an EVGA Bronze Certified 450w Power Supply. It has one fan in the rear and one in the front as well as the CPU Cooler. The fans seem to be the ones that come with the Phantax Case. Cable management was well done and it seems mine doesn't have the loud fan issue. It is almost silent until I get in an intensive game and then it ramps up a bit. All in all an awesome PC and definitely couldn't build this for the price. When it says VR ready it means it. I ran the steam VR program and got greens across the board. Oh and the keyboard and mouse are a great value too. The keyboard is a membrane keyboard, but it is one of the better ones I've used. It has a nice bounce to it that (aside from the absence of the clicky sound) almost feels mechanical. The mouse is a really nice adjustable weighted and corded mouse with nice action in the buttons and a responsive scroll wheel with extremely defined steps. The middle click is easy enough to actuate and there are a slew of buttons all over the side if programming additional keys is something you like to do. All in all a great addition to the computer. Thank you Best Buy and Thank you CyberPower PC!

      I would recommend this to a friend

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