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CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR GXiVR8020A i5-6402P, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, RX 480 4GB, USB Wi-Fi , Keyboard & Mouse, Win10 Home @ $683 after MIR + F/S

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Last Edited by annie930ny September 8, 2016 at 09:24 AM
Amazon has CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme VR GXiVR8020A Gaming Desktop with Skylake Core i5-6402P 2.8GHz Quad Core Processor, 8GB (4GB X 2) ADATA XPG Z1 2133MHz Ram, XFX Radeon Rx 480 4GB GDDR5, MSI B150M Bazooka Motherboard, Toshiba 1TB 3.5″ 7200 RPM Hard Drive, HPG-600BR-F12S 600W PSU, Cooler Master MasterBox 5 Black Mid-Tower Case, 24X LG DVD-RW, TP-Link Archer T2U AC600 WiFi AC USB Adapter, CyberpowerPC Gaming Mouse & Keyboard, Windows 10 Home @ $720. With CyberpowerPC 5% MIR, you will get $36, bringing the price to $683.
Shipping is free and tax in some states. This is also Prime eligible, you'll get 2 day shipping with it.

This PC has various review and own the PC Mags readers' choice award. Legit Review also highly praised the Desktop and their analysis shows that the parts actually costs near $900 with normally, without rebates or special discounts.

This is a special deal created by CyberpowerPC, AMD and Amazon

The MIR is available untill today only.

AMAZON product Link:
https://www.amazon.com/CYBERPOWER...+xtreme+vr

Rebate Form Link:
http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/image...0A_MIR.pdf

PRODUCT Page:
http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/landi...RLA-Promo/

LEGITReview Link:
http://www.legitreviews.com/cyber...20a_184769


SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 6th Gen Intel Core i5-6402P 2.8GHz (3.4GHz Turbo, 6MB Cache, HD 510)
  • MSI B150M Bazooka Motherboard (4 DIMM Slots, 64GB max)
  • XFX Radeon RX 480 4GB Video Card
  • ADATA XPG Z1 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 2133MHz RAM
  • Toshiba 1TB 3.5″ 7200 RPM Hard Drive DT01ACA100
  • High Power 600 Watt 80+ bronze Power Supply HPG-600BR-F12S
  • Cooler Master MasterBox 5 Black Mid-Tower Case
  • LG 24x DVD CD RW DL M-Disc Optical Drive
  • 6 x USB 3.0 | 4 x USB 2.0 | 1x RJ-45 Network Ethernet 10/100/1000 | Audio: 7.1 Channel
  • TP-Link Archer T2U AC600 (433+150) 802.11 AC Wireless USB Adapter
  • CyberPowerPC Gaming Mouse
  • CyberPowerPC Gaming Keyboard
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would it be cheaper if I built it?
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micro atx motherboard in standard atx case. *slow clap*

Power supply is made by some company called High Power [highpower-tech.com]. Couldn't find them on any psu hierarchy charts. Probably a junk unit.

"Gaming" mouse and keyboard is most likely nothing special and something similar could be bought off Amazon, Newegg, etc for $30 total.

Bottom line is a better quality build for around the same money give or take depending on sales and availability can be achieved. I personally will never buy prebuilt unless it's stupid cheap for the parts.
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Quote from sel.fi View Post :
would it be cheaper if I built it?
I don't think so.
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Quote from Kalmado View Post :
micro atx motherboard in standard atx case. *slow clap*

Power supply is made by some company called High Power [highpower-tech.com]. Couldn't find them on any psu hierarchy charts. Probably a junk unit.

"Gaming" mouse and keyboard is most likely nothing special and something similar could be bought off Amazon, Newegg, etc for $30 total.

Bottom line is a better quality build for around the same money give or take depending on sales and availability can be achieved. I personally will never buy prebuilt unless it's stupid cheap for the parts.
Please provide me a build that comes at similar price point. regarding the PSU, I am also not very comfortable of using that High Power PSU but checked their product page and looks okay as per the Specs.
However, a bit googling gave me the information that High Power PSUs are made by Sirtec, a decent OEM and a Tier.2 Company.
Check here:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/for...-list.html

Now regarding their Gaming Mouse & Keyboard, both actually cost over $20. I have them with me. The Mouse is a 4000 DPI Mouse with weight adjustment and the Keyboard is a AZZA Multimedia USB Gaming Keyboard which is also over $25.
So it would be better if you don't post judgement based on your speculation.
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Last edited by Suryasis August 7, 2016 at 09:47 AM
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Quote from Suryasis View Post :
Please provide me a build that comes at similar price point. regarding the PSU, I am also not very comfortable of using that High Power PSU but checked their product page and looks okay as per the Specs.
However, a bit googling gave me the information that High Power PSUs are made by Sirtec, a decent OEM and a Tier.2 Company.
Check here:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/for...-list.html

Now regarding their Gaming Mouse & Keyboard, both actually cost over $20. I have them with me. The Mouse is a 4000 DPI Mouse with weight adjustment and the Keyboard is a AZZA Multimedia USB Gaming Keyboard which is also over $25.
So it would be better if you don't post judgement based on your speculation.
Yeah, I've bought a CyberpowerPC computer directly from their website, and it was a great gaming setup. Their pricing for what you get is great, especially for the convenience of not having to build it yourself and tinkering if it doesn't POST.

I do enjoy building my own rigs, but this is a great price -- especially because the included Radeon RX 480 in this rig is impossible find right now at MSRP.

Thumbs Up and repped, OP. Thanks.
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it is a mediocre deal, but if u have discover double cash back, it is slick
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This is soo close to my ideal gaming PC right now. Only thing is I'd much rather have the 8gb variant of the 480. Going to hold off for a good deal on a Acer, Dell or HP and upgrade with RX 480 and PSU if necessary.
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Quote from Pikapichu View Post :
This is soo close to my ideal gaming PC right now. Only thing is I'd much rather have the 8gb variant of the 480. Going to hold off for a good deal on a Acer, Dell or HP and upgrade with RX 480 and PSU if necessary.
I typically do the same thing... but just found myself buying the whole thing from cyberpowerpc. Plus I wanted mini-ITX, and that's a pain to build yourself.

I would recommend checking out their site - they have a lot of specials going on right now and you can get brand name components across the board at a decent price (and cheaper than you can build yourself).
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I wonder if the RX can be flashed to show 8gb... Like the the first batches.
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help, isn't the rebate over already? it says by 8/7 at 12:00 am pst, if it was through today shouldn't it say 11:59 pm or 8/8 at 12 am?
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Quote from Kalmado View Post :
micro atx motherboard in standard atx case. *slow clap*

Power supply is made by some company called High Power [highpower-tech.com]. Couldn't find them on any psu hierarchy charts. Probably a junk unit.

"Gaming" mouse and keyboard is most likely nothing special and something similar could be bought off Amazon, Newegg, etc for $30 total.

Bottom line is a better quality build for around the same money give or take depending on sales and availability can be achieved. I personally will never buy prebuilt unless it's stupid cheap for the parts.
rofl nt
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#13
Tempted.

I need a new PC but I'm not in love with the price/performance ratio of the 1080 or 1070, especially when they're so far above MSRP right now. I'd like to jump to 4k but I'm not confident a single 1080 will do it smoothly on new games over the next few years.

Pretty sure my desktop from late 2010 is on its last legs so this might be a good buy to use for the next couple years until 4k/60 gaming hits a more mainstream price.
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#14
This is a pretty good deal.

This review runs down the components (with links) and obviously you can't build it for less (if you have to buy all the components and barring some sort of Black Friday action).

The big question is whether this bundle of parts satisfies your needs:

https://www.amazon.com/review/R2IQN4RHJ9R8ZJ
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I'm surprised this deal isn't hotter. Even with the SD rebate being expired, it's a great 1080p / 60FPS machine for a nice price @ $719

I might grab one in a week or so when I get my loan refund.

One thing I noticed was that there is no PCIe slot for an SSD. I guess that means it's HDD, or bust, but I'm used to HDD so it's not make it break to me. I wouldn't have money for that upgrade for awhile anyway after this plus monitor.
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