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CyberPowerPC - Gamer Master Gaming Desktop - AMD Ryzen 5-Series - 8GB Memory - AMD Radeon RX 580 XTR - 1TB Hard Drive - Black-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 428 reviews

93%
would recommend to a friend

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windows 10
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great gaming PC. Runs all the games that I play.

    Posted
    Equinox42
    • My Best Buy® Member

    All the games I play run SUPER smooth and is relativly quiet depending on the demand of the game. Also, compatable with Windows 10 and very effecient when updates/crashes occur. Great wire management as well. Very clean.

    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: 5 out of 5 stars

    Not just for gaming!

    Posted
    TexasMike

    I can't say enough about how happy I'm 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'sn't 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'd 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've (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've 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