- Intel Core i7-6700K 4.0GHz CPU
- 8GB DDR4 Memory
- 512GB Solid State Drive
- EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 Video Card
- Asetek 500LC 120mm Liquid Cooling CPU Cooler
- 600W Power Supply
- Syber M by Raidmax Gaming Chassis
- Windows 10 Home
Editor's Notes & Price Research
Also includes Tom Clancey's Rainbow Six, Warface, World of Tanks & a mouse pad. Refer to the forum thread for other example configurations and discussion. -johnny_miller
The i7-6700K CPU actually cost LESS to upgrade to from the i5-6600K. In my opinion it seems they got their plus and minus mixed up.
I thought this was a price mistake but it could also be a promotional thing as Suryasis said. If this is a pricing error it could potentially be YMMV on it being shipped out.
Here is the build as specified in the title: http://www.cyberpowerp
This is a $1000 build to meet the coupon requirements (5% off - SPRING0410).
I encourage you to upgrade some of the parts as it may only be $10 or so to get a better mobo or PSU. But this build above is a solid build as is and includes Windows 10 home.
Of course feel free to make your own build, posted below is the best build I could come up with taking into consideration the price to performance ratio of each part and the reliability(based on reviews) of each part. The 1050 watt EVGA PSU was an excellent value as it retails for some $160 but was only a $58 upgrade, the 600 watt PSU in the base build could potentially be a $20 PSU so I found the modular 1050 watt 80+ Gold EVGA PSU to be the best value. There is NO OS in my build since you can get a key for $20 and install yourself saving $40. I did purchase this build:
The build above has no OS(or keyboard, mouse or optical drive) but the parts are worth some $1219 ( Calculated case as worth $50, NOT counting the free games(Tom Clancey's Rainbow Six, Warface, World of Tanks)) and it only cost me $967.10 after 5% discount. A savings of $251.90 over building it yourself and you get an nice MSI gaming X 1060 with factory backplate and OC.
Based on previous CyberPower deals this one seems very favorable, Unlocked i7 with water cooling, lots of expansion, GTX 1060 and an appropriate price point as compared to the $1210 cyberpower GTX 1070 deal.
I know the description on CyberPower PC list those PC's as accepting 140MM, 240MM, 280MM AND 360MM radiators but it wont let me have anything above a 120MM water cooler. A Corsair H60 is plenty fine though and what my build has.