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Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 414 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Not just for gaming!

    Posted
    TexasMike

    I can't say enough about how happy I am with this purchase. I'm involved in a music project and am using a very demanding program to record, produce and engineer the songs. I'm on a hard deadline and a couple weeks ago, my trusty intel i7 Asus laptop gave up the fight. After going to the software manufacturer's help page, I found that a lot of people running very high end computers were having problems relating to computer performance. Video card issues also popped up frequently for others. I'm not super knowledgeable about computers and to further complicate things, I'm unfamiliar with the software I'm now running. Because of all the bloatware that's included with most off-the-shelf systems, I wanted to have one built but did not have time to wait. So I found this on the best buy site and drove 50+ miles to the closest store. I printed out the minimum system requirements the software manufacturer provides and took it with me. At 8gb of installed ram, this machine was at the minimum recommend by the software maker. I opted to take a chance with it mainly because the only ram bb had available was fairly expensive. However all of the other specs such as processor speed, video card memory etc were comfortably above minimum requirements. I did opt to add an ssd drive as it was recommended on the software help forum. I've been running my recording/editing software on this machine for around 2 weeks with absolutely no issues. I even found that the program wasn't writing to the ssd because I missed the option of directing the files there when I loaded the program. And that was where the problem arose on my i7 machine. But in spite of my mistake, the 1gb hard drive runs and records flawlessly. I'll get around to changing the file location but for now, it's not an issue. I'm semi retired now but I owned a few businesses during my career. Those necessitated the unemotional experience of buying off the shelf machines to get the job done. If I were still running a business, I would never go back to the brands one expects to see at most local stores. If you want a fast, uncluttered computer that has virtually no bloatware to slow it down, I highly recommend this product. I wasn't a big fan of windows 10 because of another laptop I have (not the i7 laptop, it's running on windows 7) that has been slow since the day I bought it, but I'm coming around thanks to this cyberpower pc. I'm pretty sure it would also make a great platform for video editing as well. Last thing I'll say is I never thought I'd buy another desktop machine but I learned that heat can be a problem when pushing the processor in a laptop. Even though this isn't liquid cooled or loaded with multiple fans, I have had no problems whatsoever. I smile every time I power this computer up because I know it's going to run flawlessly.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great 1080p FHD Gaming!!!

    Posted
    J8G3SN4K3

    I wasn't expecting the greatest experience when I initially purchased this pc. I have always built my own computers, but due to current prices of computer hardware I decided to try this after much thought. Gaming at 1080p is superb and even at 1440p is much better than I had expected. This review is for the direct out of the box experience with this product. Cyberpower GMA2800BST. Specs: MSI B350M Bazooka Micro ATX Motherboard Phanteks Eclipse P350X Computer Case AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Processor w/ stock air cooler XFX Radeon RX 580 4GB Graphics Card ADATA XPG 2400MHz 8GB DDR4 RAM Western Digital Blue 1TB HDD Channel Well Technology GPT500S-A 500W Power Supply The only issue I had with this computer was that Windows 10 wasn't activating. Windows stated it wasn't a genuine copy. I called CyberPower tech support, waited for approximately 4 minutes and was greeted by a very helpful individual who spoke English!!!!!! He walked me through the problem, got me in contact with Microsoft (also very helpful) and had my issue resolved very quickly. This computer is highly upgradeable so it's also great to build upon. It has room for 2x140mm radiator in the front, 2x140mm fans at the top and a 120mm exhaust in the rear. It has dust traps on the bottom for the psu and on top of the case, two brackets on the back for solid state drives, an M.2 slot and 4 DIMMS that can support up to 64GB of 3200MHz DDR4 RAM. I was also able to overcock my cpu to 4.1 GHz stable on a closed loop Corsair cooler and 3.8GHz on the stock cooler.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good option

    Posted
    Paul
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Compared to most of the completion in the same price ranges, this is good alternative to consider. Performance wise, I can't say anything negative so far that isn't Windows fault. While I ended up giving a 3 rating, it was a real toss up between a 3 and a 4, but in the end I just couldn't justify the 4 due to too many design issues. First off, this is a really good option if you want something a little more robust than the standard Dell/HP/etc lines and don't want to mess with building a component machine. Specs speak for themselves for the price, I can't say it doesn't do what it says, but they all should do that. It also comes with a decent lack of bloat ware and the usual big box annoyances. Windows does enough of that. The case is also pretty roomy with space to expand inside if needed unlike most of the aforementioned brands. This is also a near silent machine, you barely know its on. If you like style, its also got all the nice glass and some leds, and I am sure you could add more. The style concessions though are my rub, and why I gave it the score I did. In drive to make this a barebones but stylish gaming rig, I found some pretty annoying functionality missing. If you buy this for a more general purpose machine, be aware it has no DVD player (not a huge deal these days unless you have games that use disks still) and no card readers. That one got me since I use SD cards a lot with my camera. there is also no provision to add these internally. the good news being they provided a good number of usb 3 ports which was very nice, but for the extra few dollars, I do wish provisions were made for included internal options still. The front cover also pops off surprisingly easily, good for accessing components, but not always desired and feels pretty cheap. My other major gripe was also a style choice, and that's the top vent, top power button and top facing usb ports. I really do wish they were on the front and the vent on the side. The cat has already hit the power switch once, and unless you keep the usb ports filled, they seem a very good collector for everything. the top vent as well, I find fairly annoying, I never paid attention to how much stuff gets naturally set on the top of the computer. The little magnetized dust card screen, while nice in theory, doesn't stay put at all, a small lip on the case edges would really help keep it in place. I didn't think all the top mounted components would bother me, but after only a few days I find them more noticeable than expected, and not in a good way. Right now, my only other gripe, and this is one common to all in the price range is the trend to scale back hard drive sizes. The almost 6 year old computer this replaced had a 1.5tb drive in it, and now I am having to scale back. I had planned to try and salvage the old hd from the old computer, but that is on hold because no extra SATA cables came installed and the only SATA cable I had is way short. it is designed to accept another drive though, just be prepared with a decently long cable if that's your plan since it requires a lot of threading to work around from the board to the drive slot. Overall, its well worth a look at this machine, just be prepared to shell out some extra for an external dvd player and card reader if you need them. You may also want to consider your lifestyle and pets on whether the top placed switches, ports and vents will work well for you.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great gaming PC for the $ with good features.

    Posted
    Tumblwd
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Was looking for a replacement gaming pc for my 10+ year old system to be able to stream games and enjoy newer games. Didn't have the time to build one. Best Buy reps showed me this one and an HP model (Both for less than $900). The Cyber Power PC allowed me to see what was under the hood without taking any side panels off. Showing me the available upgrade spots. A bonus since the HP didn't have as many upgrade points that I would have liked. I trusted the components having had AMD graphics cards in past pc's. Bought it, got it home. It was easy to setup and get going almost immediately. Graphics card came with 3 free games (A big Plus) Two I have never heard of but the 3rd was Assassin's Creed: Odyssey. I series I happen to enjoy. It has multiple cooling fans and the case is full of venting holes to allow for the cooler air to be pulled in. The main side panel is glass (Pro: Easy to remove and see the internal components) (Con: Glass is breakable) The specs are good enough I can run my games at high resolution and ultra and still be able to stream at 1080p with 60fps with a 6 mbps streaming bitrate. In Summary: this computer may not be the top of the line pc being a few years old but the price fit my budget for what I am looking to do with it. It has the specs to run VR if I want to go that route and can easily be upgraded or modified to any desired specs. The AMD Radeon RX 580 has the ability within its software to record or stream to your favorite media outlet (YouTube, Mixer, Stage Ten, Twitch and Facebook) I am very happy with my purchase and would recommend it for the budget buyer who can't do the $1k + systems but is looking to play the newer games with great graphics.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Affordable & Efficient: A PC Worth Buying

    Posted
    Dalton
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Computers have been something I have always used in one way or another. Whether it be emails, research, entertainment, or gaming specifically. Buying something that is 20 or 30 dollars is far less nerve racking than something in the hundreds or thousands of dollars range. So, I did my studying and came across specs I wanted and things that I needed. This was my first desktop that I bought and I have to say the choice was a great one. It met plenty of things on my checklist and in more ways than one. The tower is spacious and that is being generous. This allows the opportunity to add and upgrade as time progresses and as my sights change. It's quick, quiet, and aesthetically pleasing with the colorful integrated lights on both the tower, (has a tempered glass panel on the side to give you a great and illuminated look at it while it runs). It includes multicolored mouse & keyboard combo as well. There is a plethora of USB slots and ports on the PC to add to it. The motherboard has 4 slots for RAM (comes with 8 GB of DDR4 SDRAM), a 6 core / 12 thread processor that runs like a champ, 1TB hard-drive (that works at 7200 rpms) which writes with ease, and a AMD Radeon RX 580 XTR graphics card that leaves me satisfied with the picture and performance I've gotten thus far. For the price and functionality, this is a nice buy. It has the ability to be added to and enhanced while already preforming great out-of-the-box.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good for Gaming

    Posted
    JohnPhoenix

    Great PC for gaming. If you build it yourself you can save between 200 to 300 dollars, If you're not tech savvy and don't mind spending the money, just buy it.. I did. Many games are capped at 60 fps. This PC will do 60 FPS on most games on very high or ultra settings. I'm playing Far Cry 5 and GTA 5 on Ultra settings with 60 fps. Older games like Oblivion will do 200 fps - Note, if you have a monitor at 60 hertz, you will Only see 60 FPS even if your video card reports over 60 fps. Frames per Second are a limitation of both the video card and your monitor. To really see more than 60 fps, you need a monitor that has a higher Refresh Rate than 60 hertz. FPS = Hertz so if you want 150 frames per second from the video card, to see it, you'll need a monitor that can do 150 hertz. On Far Cry 5 I can get the FPS up to 80 consistently without the built in cap but I can't see past the 60 hertz of my monitor so I just stick with 60. Note, if you have a newer monitor, it may be possible to change or overclock the monitor refresh rate without buying a new monitor. Google it. I never get dropped frames or lag or slow downs, it seems the 6 core Ryzen 1600 processor is a great match for the RX 580 4 gigabyte video card and does not cause CPU bottlenecks. Not really a drawback but the power button it on the top of the unit so if you have cats you may want to make a flap with an old credit card to cover it as my 9 cats love to sit on top of the PC and turn it off and on LOL. Aside from the price, the only thing I Don't like about this unit is the Cheap LED strips they use - you Cannot light up the inside of the case with the built in LED strip which to me defeats the purpose of having a LED strip and a glass side door. The LED strip is not large or bright enough.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great machine for the price

    Posted
    Scottybm
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I have built computers for many years. I have been looking for a machine for a while. Although I am not a gamer I do more of video editing. I priced out all the parts for this machine and still ended up saving almost 200. This machine has very popular parts inside of it. The only thing I did was add a 250GB SSD to be the boot disk and the machine is really quick. I have tried a few games and at 1080p it works out great. I could not be happier. The photo shows that you have RGB inside the case which is not the case. Only lights are on the front of the case and one stripe on the side as shown on the 2nd photo. There are small white led lights under each corner of the motherboard which are not very bright. I purchased insignia 3 foot led strip and added it to the inside for now to give it some color. I have added a couple of photos of before I installed the RGB and after.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Cheap power supply

    Posted
    Jayce
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Power supply isn't great quality. If you buy this you are getting the cheapest parts. The company itself does not check to see if their products function, they just ship it out. My product would not switch on. After multiple times it did switch on. This product turned off by itself, and took 10 times to switch on. After using it and gaming I switched the product off. After this, all attempts to switch back on were failures. Also, as I played gw2 there was lag, league of legends was easy to play. Though I do not recommend buying from cyber power, from this experience. I've also read that people experience issues a month later. I am glad that my issues came the first month, because I was able to get a full refund. If the power supply wasn't so cheap I would recommend. Though some may argue it is better to replace it with power supply made by corsair, though with the pricing it is better to build from scratch . I do however recommend that you use pc part picker, select your parts and find someone to build it for you if you are afraid of doing it yourself. Some technicians probably will charge you 67 dollars and you can get this same pc for almsot 200 cheaper.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      CyberPowerPC Brand Expert

      Dear Jayce,

      Thanks for reaching out. We are sorry to hear of your experience. Our PCs are equipped with 1-year manufacturer warranty so you can always get in touch with our agents for help setting up a claim. However, we do understand if you have opted to return the item. If you ever have any questions please feel free to give us a call.

      Tech Support:

      (888)937-5582
      M-F: 8:00AM - 7:00PM PST
      Sat: 9:30AM - 3:00PM PST

      - CyberpowerPC Support

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    My First PC

    Posted
    Jordan
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Okay so i saw this pc online before entering the store and at first i wasn't going to buy this exact one but it was their only one left so i decided to just buy it and honestly best decision i made. As soon as i got home i unboxed it and had to flex on the gram real quick but after that i was was instantly setting it up and was ready to play my games, Coming from a notebook laptop trying to play csgo,rust,minecraft, and fortnite at like 30 FPS and lower this pc was a huge upgrade...i average around 100-240 frames for minecraft with optifine installed and that was a big improvement. For CSGO i averaged around 80 FPS which was amazing because of how low quality it was before running LOW for all the graphic settings to now med/high BIG improvement again. I haven't tested fortnite yet but i thinking this pc could handle it at MED/HIGH settings as well averaging 60-90fps. My over all opinion on this pc is that it is a must have if you're just starting with gaming like me and you're looking for something that won't break the bank account. I WOULD 100% recommend this to all starting gamers if you're on a budget and just want something simple. I heard that it could run games at 1080 but haven't tried any hardcore games like bo4, DOOM, or Rainbow.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Lights are misleading but PC is good

    Posted
    Chance

    Got this in yesterday and the computer seems to be good. But my keyboard is bad out of the box, bestbuy said they could contact the manufacture to ship me a new one if I brought it up there or buy a different one they had in the store. Had to go spend another $60 because I'm not gonna wait a week or however long to get it replaced under warranty. (I already had to wait for the computer shipping) and the lights sure are misleading at Best buy and in pictures. Have to turn the lights out in the house to tell they are even there. The power light on my monitor is brighter than they are. Kind of a depressing. I'm not sure if something is wrong or missing but I can't really find the model 2800bst online anywhere to compare it to besides the same pics of sellers. I know it's just bells and whistles but I expected it to look like the one on display at bestbuy when I bought it. Overall the computer works fine but between the keyboard and lights it was just a bad start for my first cyberpower, and Best buy's customer service having me buy a new keyboard instead of finding a better way than shipping me a new one.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      CyberPowerPC Brand Expert

      Dear Chance,

      We are sorry to hear of any confusion. The LEDs on the PC are simply accents of the case. They do not produce enough light to brightly illuminate the internals of the case. We would still like to send you the new replacement keyboard if you wish. Feel free to give us a call so we can get that out to you.

      Tech support:
      (888)937-5582

      - CyberpowerPC Support

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Pass on Cyberpower or get the Geeksquad protection

    Posted
    Dilemma

    I would have loved to have written a great review on this pc, but that will not be happening. I have built my own gaming desktops for years and decided to go with this since it needed minimal upgrades to play all of my games on high settings. With the cost of graphics cards making it harder to build for a reasonable cost I decided to start with this one. I tested this bone stock and it did a decent job, but was pushing the limits on games like PUBG and Black OPS III. I decided to upgrade to 16GM of RAM and the same video card, but 8GB of ram instead of 4. Everything ran perfect with no overclocking at all. While surfing the web it just died. PSU was fine, RAM worked in another PC, and the graphics card checked out fine. The EZ Debug LED said the CPU failed. After a few calls with tech support they determined I needed to send it in. This was now a 3-4 day process just to get an RMA number. Once they had the PC over a week and a half later I was told it was going to be another 14-21 business days. This was not stated when I was sending it in (cost me $54 to ship via UPS). I was also given a hard time because I did not send in the RAM, the graphics card, or the glass panel (I was instructed not to ship these items). This has been a nightmare on a PC that is less than 1 month old. If you are thinking about one of these I would get the geek squad protection since they will at least take care of you in less than a month!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      CyberPowerPC Brand Expert

      Dear Valued Customer,

      We are deeply sorry to hear of your experience. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us directly, we would like to look further in to this matter for you. We wish to help anyway we can.

      Customercare@cyberpowerpc.com

      - CyberpowerPC Support

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Horrible Customer Service, Do Not Expect Much

    Posted
    HorribleCustomerService
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Horrible customer service! I bought this as my first gaming PC. Ive been gaming for awhile but really never had enough money to purchase a tower, let alone a combo with the mouse and keyboard too. As I started unboxing, I noticed that there was a flyer for a free year subscription to MacAfee. I followed all the prompts and afterwards, instead of taking me to MacAfee, it took me to Cyberpower and said I qualified for some headphones. Confused, I reached out to Cyberpower, who only said that MacAfee and apparently the headphones were both "Old Promotions Floating Around" and they offered me a $10 GIFT CARD!?!?! What kind of company treats their customers like this? I understand that promos may be "finished" but at least match the promo with something of equal value. It seems you really don't care about your customers after you get their money. I NEEDED the MacAfee, you couldn't provide it, cool, still not the customer's fault but I get it, but at least offer something comparable to a year subscription to MacAfee ($69) not a $10 gift card or a mousepad worth $5? I plan on returning this product based solely on my customer service experience, and I will share my experience with other gamers to warn them of this company. My customer service rep was Kevin Gonzalez

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Shipped Defective

    Posted
    Samantha
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    After waiting three weeks for this console to arrive (which is on Best Buy, not the manufacturer) I pop the box open to find my new computer looks quite literally like somebody kicked in the top of the console. The uppermost panel is buckled in. It may be purely cosmetic, and had I not paid over $700 I might have been willing to tolerate it, but here's the thing: the exterior box and foam packaging are completely fine. I would have noticed at the store if the box had suffered that kind of mishandling. The tower was shipped in this clearly damaged state by CyberPowerPC, and if a company is willing to overlook such obvious issues when it sends out a product I won't take it on good faith that the inside is intact - or even the correct specs. This computer going right back; wouldn't risk buying from this company again.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      CyberPowerPC Brand Expert

      Dear Samantha,

      We are truly sorry to hear about your experience. We always recommend you contact us as soon as you run into any issues with the PC. We understand that you have opted to return the PC, however, if you do have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our tech support agents for any assistance.

      Tech Support:
      (888)937-5582

      Hours of Operation:
      M-F: 8:00AM - 7:00PM PST
      Sat: 9:30AM - 3:00PM PST

      -CyberpowerPC Support

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Buyer Beware Inferior Parts

    Posted
    VeryAngryMom
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    We purchased this computer for my son online. It finally arrived, 4 days past our confirmed delivery date, and very late on Christmas Eve instead. It was opened on Christmas morning, plugged in, and the PSU was defective. The computer would not turn on. My 14 year old was miserable, as expected from someone that pooled his birthday presents and Christmas presents from the entire family to get the entry level gaming system of his dreams. Back to Best Buy early this morning, Geek Squad guy was great and confirmed our suspicions, it was the PSU. The salespeople tried to help, but since there were only 3 (much higher priced) options available we opted for the next model up. However, the customer service rep would not allow us to keep the $74 discount we had on the first model on our trade up. After speaking to another customer with a very expensive paper weight of his own, I question why Best Buy continues to sell the CyberPower PCs knowing that many of them have no name, failing PSUs. We left with disappointed and with very little confidence left in Best Buy. Maybe we were lucky though, that the PSU showed the fact that it was made of an inferior part from day one, while we could still get our money back.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      CyberPowerPC Brand Expert

      Dear Valued Customer,

      We here at CyberPowerPC would like to apologize for any inconvenience this matter has caused. If you still have the PC, we will be more than glad too help you address the issue. Please do not hesitate to contact us directly at your earliest convenience, please get in touch with our support agents via phone; we're happy to help anyway we can.

      Support Channels:

      Customercare@cyberpowerpc.com

      (888)937-5582
      M-F: 8:00AM - 7:00PM PST
      Sat: 9:30AM - 3:00PM PST

      - CyberpowerPC Support

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good value, but needs better documentation

    Posted
    Janet
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Computer was a good value, setup was fairly easy. Documentation was at best sparse and didn't match the control locations on the physical computer. A more troubling problem was intermittent lockup, failure to boot, and no display even though power was clearly going to the motherboard, fans, and graphics card. Eventually troubleshot it back to a loose cable connection in the base of the computer: the cable supplying power to the graphics card was vibrating loose just enough to cause the computer to reboot at random times. The problem got worse over time, finally reaching the point where the cable had vibrated loose enough that it wouldn't boot. Reseating the connector solved the problem. This is not an easily accessed area, and is not one of the connections you are cautioned to check before powering up the computer. You need to use tools, need to make sure the computer is unplugged before opening it up, and need to make sure you close everything up properly before attempting to power it back up. Other than that, a very nice computer for the price. Overall, I'm satisfied.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Entry PC

    Posted
    Alex
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I purchased this PC roughly 8 months ago. All together great rig for me. Runs any game I've thrown at it with ease. My monitor currently throttles the performance I could be getting but that's no issue for me. I have made modifications and upgrades since buying. The ram included I was told is discontinued, it's a low frequency ram stick but does the job. I would recommend getting a new set and getting 16 GB. I added a SSD for quicker boot and load times, simple things that should have already came installed honestly. I give it 4 stars because I had 2 issues so far. One is they put cheap case fans in this and they will go out. It's common for anyone I've spoken to who has purchased a cyberpower PC. Second is this case is a phanteks eclipse, it should come with 2 premounted ssd brackets in the backplate. Mine where there but with the mounting screws gone so I ended having to fork out of pocket for a new bracket

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for its price

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

    Many people think getting a more expensive computer or a known brand be best. It maybe so, but not many can afford that big of a price and not many brands make up to their promises. Now this CyberPowerPC is a known brand may not be a more spoken about one, but it is fantastic gaming desktop! Ready to use. Streaming at a 1080 60fps with good internet even using wifi no problem! Handles itself very well. It may not be a i7 intell with the highest graphics that most gamers use to keep up with fashion. I am impress for the specs it has it does FANTASTIC!. This be great for starters as well as advance users. Its very quite, stays cool. A bit heavy but can be carried. And its not one of those small towers. Its pretty big but not huge so no worries it is perfect. BTW u can add replace upgrade anything you need to on it. :D So if later you decide you want to upgrade your graphics card or add more ram, you have that option. As for me, it does all that I need it to do. I luv it! :D The pic shows you the inside so you have an idea what looks like inside. :D

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome 1080p Gaming Rig!

    Posted
    JamesM702
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I bought this coz my 10 years old rig finally died on me. I got this for $700 and its not too bad for its price. I dont play too much games on PC (Im a peasant Console gamer for life) and Im very happy with 1080P games. Im hitting 90+ FPS on Ultra settings in Far Cry 5. I do a lot of photo editing and it exceeded my expectation. Few minor complains tho, I know it will not gonna hurt them a lot to bump up the RAM to 16GB instead of 8. And I wish they include interior LED’s and/or fans with LED’s in it. The case is gorgeous looking and the side is made out of glass. It kinda got me confused coz on the display of the Best Buy I went, they have an interior LED light (with remote) installed so it kinda bummed me a little to go home and not see any. Overall its a great gaming RIG if youre not expecting too much out of it. I know its capable of 4K too but im happy with my 1080p.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Gave it a test run before writing my review

    Posted
    BEthBF
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I bought this after being a die hard ASUS customer. I do some gaming but nothing that required a computer that needed to be constantly using games. It does work awesome with the games I do play. I allowed my son to bring one of his games over and install it and he wanted to take my HD home with him. Wish they had a monitor that had a light display to go with the HD because I love the colors. I am not disappointed with the lights because it is what I had hoped for and the mouse that comes with it as well. My keyboard I use matches them both with the lights. I did have to buy an external CD drive but thats ok I knew this before I ordered the HD

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Great Price, Not So Reliable

    Posted
    musictechguy
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I am a tech nerd and work in software development. I have had plenty of experience with PCs. I saw this build and with it being a 6 core Ryzen, I jumped all over it. The night I purchased, I was up until 4:30am trying to resolve Windows "Blue Screen of Death" issues that I was repeatedly getting due to a "bad config". Now, to be fair, I was installing several drivers for devices that I used for my music hobby, but even still, after making sure all drivers were up to date, I was extremely disappointed to find my system failing repeatedly. I was told that the store had seen many of these CyberPowerPC builds come back. I may try again with the IBuyPower. Not sure if it was a Windows 10 issue or if the blame lies on the build configuration, but just be sure to get the GeekSquad warranty (which was something like $179 for 3 years) in case you face similar issues.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      CyberPowerPC Brand Expert

      Dear Valued Customer,

      We are deeply sorry to hear of your experience. Please do keep in mind the Pc is equipped with 1-year manufacturer warranty. you are always welcome to make use of that service as we would like to help address the crashes you have been experiencing.

      Tech support:
      (888)937-5582

      - CyberpowerPC Support