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CYBER DEAL Z170-I7, i7-6700K, Liquid Cooling, 16GB DDR4, EVGA 1070 8GB, 480GB SSD, Mech Keyboard, Headset @ $1360 F/S After MIR

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Last Edited by Suryasis July 29, 2016 at 11:39 PM
This time posting a Full ATX Build as requested by many instead of ITX and Mini Tower Builds. Price is slightly higher than the Zeus Mini series Mini Tower deal I posted earlier.

CyberPowerPC is offering CYBER DEAL Z170-I7 PC with Core i7-6700K, 16GB ADATA XPG Z1 2800MHz Ram, EVGA GTX 1070 ACX 3.0 FTW Graphics card, Asetek 550LC 120mm Liquid Cooler, Intel 540s 480GB SATA III SSD, CyberPowerPC X-Titan 100 MID-Tower Gaming Case w/ Side-Window Panel, ASUS Z170-PRO GAMING ATX Motherboard, Windows 10 Home 64 Bit @ $1370 with free shipping.
Free gifts inculde CyberpowerPC Scorpion Mechanical Keyboard, TP-LINK 802.11 AC Archer T1U AC450 Dual Band WiFi AC USb Adpater, AULA Gaming Headset, Gaming Mousepad.

DIRECT BUILD LINK: http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/saved/1J3FH4
  • Please follow the steps to get the deal:
    Go to http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/syste...al_Z170-I7
  • In Back to School Featured Promotions, select the
    following:-
    • CYBERPOWERPC Skorpion K1 Mechnical Gaming Keyboard w/ Kontact Blue Switches and Programmable Blue LED Lighting [+$0]
    • CyberPower AULA Explosive Gaming Headset [+$0]
    • TP-LINK 802.11 AC Archer T1U AC450 Wireless 5GHz 433Mbps Nano USB Adapter [+$0]
    • CyberpowerPC Gaming Mouse Pad [+$0]
  • Under Gaming Chassis section, select CyberPowerPC X-Titan 100 MID-Tower Gaming Case w/ Side-Window Panel [-$17]
  • Under Frebies, select FREE Intel Summer Bundle - Tom Clancey's Rainbow Six, Warface, World of Tanks [+$0]
  • Under Video Card section, select EVGA GeForceĀ® GTX 1070 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0 Edition 8GB GDDR5 (Pascal)[VR Ready] [+$0]
  • Select Standard SLI/Crossfire Bridge under SLi Bridge section [$+0]
  • Under Power Supply, select EVGA 600 80 PLUS Power Supply [+$20]
  • In Hard Drive section, select 480GB Intel 540s Series SATA-III 6.0Gb/s SSD - 560MB/s Read & 480MB/s Write [-$70]
  • Now directly go to the Software & Services section
  • Select McAfee AntiVirus Plus->Coupon [Key Card] under Security Software [+$0]
  • In Service section, select STANDARD WARRANTY: 3-YEAR [3 Year Labor, 1 Year Parts] LIMITED WARRANTY PLUS LIFE-TIME TECHNICAL SUPPORT + ONE (1) YEAR SHIPPING SERVICE PLAN [$10]
  • Click ADD TO CART. Your cart Price should be $1442.
  • Provide your State, select UPS Ground Shipping Method and apply the 5% coupon code SPRING0410 to get final price of $1369.90
You will get $10 MIR for the Asus Motherboard, resulting final price of $1359.90

FINAl CONFIGURATION
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • CyberPowerPC X-Titan 100 MID-Tower Gaming Case w/ Side-Window Panel
  • Core i7-6700K
  • Asetek 550LC 120mm Liquid Cooler
  • ADATA XPG Z1 16GB DDR4 2800MHz Ram
  • Intel 540s 480GB SATA III SSD
  • EVGA GeForceĀ® GTX 1070 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0
  • ASUS Z170-PRO GAMING ATX w/ USB 3.1, 3 PCIe x16, 3 PCIe x1, 1 SATA Express, 4 SATA3, 1 Ultra M.2 [$10 MIR]
  • 3-YEAR [3 Year Labor, 1 Year Parts] LIMITED WARRANTY PLUS LIFE-TIME TECHNICAL SUPPORT + ONE (1) YEAR SHIPPING SERVICE PLAN
  • EVGA 600W 80+ PSU

FREE GIFTS
  • CYBERPOWERPC Skorpion K1 Mechnical Gaming Keyboard w/ Kontact Blue Switches and Programmable Blue LED Lighting
  • TP-LINK 802.11 AC Archer T1U AC450 Wireless 5GHz 433Mbps Nano USB Adapter
  • CyberPowerPC AULA Explosive 50mm Drive Analog Gaming Headset
  • CyberpowerPC Gaming Mouse Pad
  • CyberpowerPC Standard 4000 DPI with Weight System Optical Gaming Mouse
  • McAfee AntiVirus Plus 1 Year
  • FREE Intel Summer Bundle - Tom Clancey's Rainbow Six, Warface, World of Tanks

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Not bad considering a 6700k/mobo/ram combo deal is >500 and the video card is $400+.

Cue 14 pages of "I can build this cheaper" posts...
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Great deal considering all those freebies it comes with and lifetime tech support for those new in the pc world.
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Was expecting maybe a junk power supply but it's pretty solid. Any input on the cooler/ram?
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6gb 1070? I thought they were all 8gb
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6gb 1070? I thought they were all 8gb
they are
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6gb 1070? I thought they were all 8gb
typo man. Updated.
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Was expecting maybe a junk power supply but it's pretty solid. Any input on the cooler/ram?
One of the best in market. ADATA XPG Z1 is a higher priced DDR4 module and regarding the cooler, I have it and I overclock my i7-5820K to 4.2GHz with ease.
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Great deal considering all those freebies it comes with and lifetime tech support for those new in the pc world.
Seems like the previous cyberpowerpc deals that went FP were better. Like the specs but I'm looking for a full ATX build for around 1200. I have no use for most of the free gifts and wouldn't want the hassle of selling them on ebay.
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Remember that these guys take forever to ship. I think people who bought at the beginning of July still haven't had any updates
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Was expecting maybe a junk power supply but it's pretty solid. Any input on the cooler/ram?
As far as the RAM goes, it's pretty slow ADATA stuff (I actually have an identical 16gb pair sitting on my desk as it was the cheapest DDR4 I could find on ebay at ~$30 for 16b). The 2800 speed is good, and will give you some room to play with the baseclock, etc, but its CAS latency is 17, which is a far cry from the 14-15 you'd typically look for at that speed. You might be able to tighten those timings by upping the voltage (the stock speeds are at 1.2v).

That being said, we're probably only talking about fractions of a percentage point when it comes to gaming performance, so don't let any of that be the deciding factor if you're looking at this rig.
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Quote from jomeyq View Post :
As far as the RAM goes, it's pretty slow ADATA stuff (I actually have an identical 16gb pair sitting on my desk as it was the cheapest DDR4 I could find on ebay at ~$30 for 16b). The 2800 speed is good, and will give you some room to play with the baseclock, etc, but its CAS latency is 17, which is a far cry from the 14-15 you'd typically look for at that speed. You might be able to tighten those timings by upping the voltage (the stock speeds are at 1.2v).

That being said, we're probably only talking about fractions of a percentage point when it comes to gaming performance, so don't let any of that be the deciding factor if you're looking at this rig.
Clock latency does not have almost no roles to play in real world and gaming performance for 95% cases. It only matters while doing some extreme memory dependent applications like Encryption or compression of high volume of data.

Now regarding this Data XPG Z1 Rams, although they are coming with slightly higher latency, it can be tweaked very easily to run at 15-16-15 and it can be overclocked to 3000MHz with 16 latency.
Here is the review:
http://thepcenthusiast.com/adata-...ory-review

Newegg currently selling it at $72.
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I bought a PC with similar specs from Adorama two week ago. (link if anyone is interested: http://www.adorama.com/cyslc8281ad.html)

Just wanted to issue a few warnings:

When I got the build, the front right USB port wasn't working. Windows was pre-installed but wouldn't authenticate, no mouse was included, side window panel was scratched.

I called CyberpowerPC, not the best help, o I took advantage of Adorama's return policy and got the same one shipped out.

The USB port and Windows problems remain, telling me this is a sloppy build. Numerous calls to CyberPowerPC CS tier 2 to let them know about the situation were in vein. They don't care they are shipping out faulty hardware. Ask yourself is this the type of business you want to deal with.

And the topper: if there is a problem: Cyberpower want you to send it back on your dime, and takes at least 3 weeks to fix the issue. To be fair, their parts are decent (MSI MB for instance)
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Great deal considering all those freebies it comes with and lifetime tech support for those new in the pc world.

Yes, but the quality of the support is lacking. I'd rather have good CS for 2 years than a bunch of kids reading off a script (hey at least they're American).
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Quote from SharpSword View Post :
I bought a PC with similar specs from Adorama two week ago. (link if anyone is interested: http://www.adorama.com/cyslc8281ad.html)

Just wanted to issue a few warnings:

When I got the build, the front right USB port wasn't working. Windows was pre-installed but wouldn't authenticate, no mouse was included, side window panel was scratched.

I called CyberpowerPC, not the best help, o I took advantage of Adorama's return policy and got the same one shipped out.

The USB port and Windows problems remain, telling me this is a sloppy build. Numerous calls to CyberPowerPC CS tier 2 to let them know about the situation were in vein. They don't care they are shipping out faulty hardware. Ask yourself is this the type of business you want to deal with.

And the topper: if there is a problem: Cyberpower want you to send it back on your dime, and takes at least 3 weeks to fix the issue. To be fair, their parts are decent (MSI MB for instance)
There is a difference between the Pre-Built CyberpowerPC computers sold by third party vendors and the completely customized build done from their Website. Just like other companies, their Pre-Built systems does not come with quality components, it is basically the cheapest motherboard compatible with the CPU, low end Rams, crappy generic PSU etc.
On the other hand, when you configure it here, directly from their site, you can actually choose all the quality components which normally are top of the line, or at least very good. Also they perform pretty good amount of stress testing. I have purchased from them back in 2015 March and it has been a pretty great experience.
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