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CyberpowerPC GMA1200M Desktop: Ryzen 7 1700, 16GB DDR4, 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD, GTX 1070

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Micro Center has CyberpowerPC Gamer Master GMA1200M Desktop for $1099.99. Shipping is $28.10 (may vary by location). Thanks bluestone

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  • AMD Ryzen 7 1700 8-Core Processor 3.0GHz
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB
    • 4x USB 3.1 (Type A)
    • 2x USB 3.1 (Type C)
    • 4x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort
  • 24x DVDRW Dual-Layer Super-Multi Drive
  • 802.11ac Wireless
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
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This is so new nobody posted yet exactly what components they use.

AMD Ryzen 7 1700 8-Core Processor 3.0GHz
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB
16GB DDR4 SDRAM
256GB SSD + 1TB HDD
Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
24x DVDRW Dual-Layer Super-Multi Drive
10/100/1000 Network
802.11ac Wireless
Display Not Included

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...p_Computer

$1100 + $23 shipping + tax if applicable.
Created 04-17-2017 at 11:03 PM by bluestone
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Give me a break, maybe for a GTX 1080 and a higher end CPU
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Is this better build than the PowerSpec G314?
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Depends. If you're heavily using programs that will benefit from multi-threading, then I'd be tempted to go with the Ryzen system (although it has a smaller SSD). If you're only gaming, an i5 is good and the G314 is cheaper as well. So, I guess from a purely gaming perspective, I'd pocket the $100 and go with the G314. For processing intensive workload (i.e. video work for instance or if you do a lot of multitasking and want things processing in the background while you, for instance, game), then I'd go with the Ryzen build. That said, I think you could build a Ryzen 1700 (or even 1600) cheaper yourself (it is very easy, unless you run into issues, and then it is annoying as all heck!).
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I've had the PowerSpec G313 for 6 months and am pretty happy with it for gaming and normal use. G314 looks like identical specs except for the CPU, but according to the photo (if it is accurate) it has the MSI Aero GTX 1070 instead of the Zotac AMP! GTX 1070. The MSI has the reference cooler, which is normally not as desirable. I can't tell what card the CyberpowerPC has.
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Beautiful computer.... great price too. Normally computers with these specs are three to four hundred dollars more.
Give me a break, maybe for a GTX 1080 and a higher end CPU
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What this AMD cpu equivalent to? i7-7700?
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Beautiful computer.... great price too. Normally computers with these specs are three to four hundred dollars more.
No they are not.... Unless you walk into Best Buy or Alienware and don't even look for a sale.
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What this AMD cpu equivalent to? i7-7700?
Around there. Any application / game that uses multiple cores it will be much better then any 4 core offering from Intel. In Games it depends on if the game has been updated to work with Ryzen more effectively or not. Either way, I am using a 1700 and it does everything I need it to, without worry.
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Around there. Any application / game that uses multiple cores it will be much better then any 4 core offering from Intel. In Games it depends on if the game has been updated to work with Ryzen more effectively or not. Either way, I am using a 1700 and it does everything I need it to, without worry.
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What this AMD cpu equivalent to? i7-7700?
Well, that's a more complicated answer than you'd expect. For heavily multi-threaded apps, it is better than an i7-7700 (particularly if you do a very easy mild overclock, say 3.7-3.8 mhz). For single-threaded, lightly threaded apps (i.e. most games), it is more in the i5 range. That said, personally, I aim for 60 FPS in gaming on 1080p (I don't use a gaming monitor), and an i5/i7/R5/R7 will manage that just fine when paired with a 1060/480/1070/1080/1080ti.

Anyhow, this is a pretty good price for a pre-built. I came up with a sample build for ~1062 not including memory (~100+) and a case (probably want one for $50+) but including Windows 10 OEM.
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/42dsgL

However, if I was going to build one myself, today, I'd probably go with a 1600 (and save a few pennies vs. a 1700). But if I was going to buy a pre-built, this is reasonably priced (from the looks of it, but we don't know the board/memory - I'd want at least a B350 board and probably 2933-3200hz RAM if possible, so there's some potential gotchas there).
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That said, I think you could build a Ryzen 1700 (or even 1600) cheaper yourself (it is very easy, unless you run into issues, and then it is annoying as all heck!).
You'd need to exercise your best SDer chi. I just went through the MC site pulling cheaper components with rebates and am at ~$1050 for CPU, heatsink/fan, MB, RAM, PSU, and gcard. No drives, OS, case. I guess this seems like an OK deal. Drives would be another $150 or so, case $40, OS whatever $0-$120...

I think I'll hold off but my kids want to play some PC games, so I have been looking at upgrades for me and they can have my old system. lol
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You'd need to exercise your best SDer chi. I just went through the MC site pulling cheaper components with rebates and am at ~$1050 for CPU, heatsink/fan, MB, RAM, PSU, and gcard. No drives, OS, case. I guess this seems like an OK deal. Drives would be another $150 or so, case $40, OS whatever $0-$120...

I think I'll hold off but my kids want to play some PC games, so I have been looking at upgrades for me and they can have my old system. lol
Yeah, I just hit up pcpartpicker myself, and you're right. It is a good price if the motherboard and ram are ok (i.e. B350 or higher if you wanted SLI and 2933+ ram). I just looked at the detailed specs on Microcenter's website and it looks like a B350 board (so no SLI, if that matters to you, which it doesn't to me, but I don't game at 4k, etc.). Memory speed makes some difference with Ryzen, but that wouldn't necessarily be a deal breaker for me.
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