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CyberpowerPC Intel Core i7 7th Gen 7700K (4.20 GHz) 16 GB DDR4 2 TB HDD 120 GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 $1,229.99

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CyberpowerPC Desktop PC Gamer Panzer VR PRO 2000TLQ Intel Core i7 7th Gen 7700K (4.20 GHz) 16 GB DDR4 2 TB HDD 120 GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Windows 10 Home 64-Bit

Intel Core i7 7th Gen 7700K (4.2 GHz)
16 GB DDR4 3000
2 TB HDD
120 GB SSD
Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8 GB GDDR5

Detailed specs based on feedback from Q&A section of reviews-
MSI Mother Board Z270A Pro (MS-7A71),
MSI GeForce GTX 1070 ARMOR 8G OC,
CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Memory Kit Model CMK16GX4M2B3000C15

CyberpowerPC
Model
Gamer Panzer VR PRO 2000TLQ
Part Number
PVP2000TLQ

Quick Info
Type
Gaming & Entertainment
Usage
Consumer
Processor
Intel Core i7-7700K 4.2 GHz
Processor Main Features
64 bit Quad-Core Processor
Cache Per Processor
8 MB L3 Cache
Memory
16 GB DDR4 3000
Storage
2 TB HDD + 120 GB SSD
Graphics
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8 GB
Power Supply
Corsair CX650M
Case
Phantek P400 Gray with Tempered Glass Gaming Case
Operating System
Windows 10 Home 64-Bit

Motherboard
Chipset
Intel Z270

CPU
CPU Type
Intel Core i7 7th Gen
CPU Speed
7700K (4.20 GHz)
L3 Cache Per CPU
8 MB
CPU Main Features
64 bit Quad-Core Processor
120MM Closed-Loop Liquid Cooling CPU Cooler

Graphics
GPU/VGA Type
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
Video Memory
8 GB GDDR5
Virtual Reality Ready
Yes

Memory
Memory Capacity
16 GB DDR4
Memory Speed
DDR4 3000
Memory Spec
8 GB x 2
Maximum Memory Supported
32 GB

Storage
SSD
120 GB
HDD
2 TB
HDD Interface
SATA III
HDD RPM
7200rpm
Storage Spec
2 TB 7200 RPM + 120 GB SATA III SSD

Audio
Audio Features
Integrated 7.1 Channel Audio

Communications
LAN Speed
10/100/1000Mbps

Front Panel Ports
Front USB
2 x USB 3.0

Back Panel Ports
Video Ports
1 DVI, 1 HDMI
Rear USB
2 x USB 2.0
4 x USB 3.0
RJ45
1 port
Rear Audio Ports
3 ports

Expansion
PCI Slots (Available/Total)
(1/2) PCI-E x16
(2/3) PCI-E x1

Mouse
Mouse Type
USB Gaming Mouse

Keyboard
Keyboard Type
USB 7-color Gaming Keyboard

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6883230188



***So I just received this computer last night and I'm extremely happy. I ran a test on userbenchmark and I got 103% gaming, 98% desktop, and 77% Workstation. The SSD is an adata SU700 , the HDD is a toshiba , the MB is a Gigabyte Z270 HD3P, Corsair Vengeance LPX RAM. Everything was packaged perfect and the case LED has multiple colors to pick from.
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Any expert reviews?
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Any expert reviews?
This looks like the same specs and its rated 4.8 stars at Best Buy. $1,429 + tax on sale

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cybe...Id=5712961
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https://pcpartpicker.com/list/H7n7xY

$1186 after rebates, not counting cost of windows.
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I think this has been on sale at microcenter for this same price for a few months.
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I'm debating between this or the Acer at Costco. My very high level take is below. I would appreciate other's opinions:

Pros:
- 7700K CPU vs standard 7700 CPU on the Acer
- 2TB HD vs. 1TB on the Acer
- Better case
- Better power Supply (650W vs. 500W on the Acer)

Cons:
- Acer has a 256GB SSD vs. 120GB on this
- $1229.99 vs. $1110 for the Acer or $119 more expensive
- Acer has 32GB memory vs 16GB on the this
- Missing the Costco warranty / stellar support, especially if purchased with Costco City Visa

Thanks!
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By the way, OP, thanks for listing the detailed specs on this machine. Rep'd!
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I'm debating between this or the Acer at Costco. My very high level take is below. I would appreciate other's opinions:

Pros:
- 7700K CPU vs standard 7700 CPU on the Acer
- 2TB HD vs. 1TB on the Acer
- Better case
- Better power Supply (650W vs. 500W on the Acer)

Cons:
- Acer has a 256GB SSD vs. 120GB on this
- $1229.99 vs. $1110 for the Acer or $119 more expensive
- Acer has 32GB memory vs 16GB on the this
- Missing the Costco warranty / stellar support, especially if purchased with Costco City Visa

Thanks!

That case on the Acer tho.....Sooooo fugly.
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I'm debating between this or the Acer at Costco. My very high level take is below. I would appreciate other's opinions:

Pros:
- 7700K CPU vs standard 7700 CPU on the Acer
- 2TB HD vs. 1TB on the Acer
- Better case
- Better power Supply (650W vs. 500W on the Acer)

Cons:
- Acer has a 256GB SSD vs. 120GB on this
- $1229.99 vs. $1110 for the Acer or $119 more expensive
- Acer has 32GB memory vs 16GB on the this
- Missing the Costco warranty / stellar support, especially if purchased with Costco City Visa

Thanks!
Both are meh,

hard to compare when the Alienware with a 1080 was @ $1100

https://slickdeals.net/f/10431504-alienware-aurora-desktop-i7-7700-16gb-ddr4-gtx-1080-1100-after-200-slickdeals-rebate-free-s-h?src=SiteSearch

I know it was after rebate but reward points pretty much cancel out tax. I'll wait for that deal to come up again.
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Bought pretty much the same specs this time last year with a 6600K i5 instead for 1000 bucks. Given the 1070 is a great VR card, not sure about this deal.
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Quote from gemini1
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I'm debating between this or the Acer at Costco. My very high level take is below. I would appreciate other's opinions:

Pros:
- 7700K CPU vs standard 7700 CPU on the Acer
- 2TB HD vs. 1TB on the Acer
- Better case
- Better power Supply (650W vs. 500W on the Acer)

Cons:
- Acer has a 256GB SSD vs. 120GB on this
- $1229.99 vs. $1110 for the Acer or $119 more expensive
- Acer has 32GB memory vs 16GB on the this
- Missing the Costco warranty / stellar support, especially if purchased with Costco City Visa

Thanks!
The only real difference is the processor, do u wanna overclock? And if so do u have the required cooling for it. I doubt these machines do so you may have to shell out for a good performing cooler. So it may turn out into a very expensive and addictive habit (adding a bigger ssd perhaps replacing the mechanical drive more fans for cooling, etc)
- case in point: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/VNzYcf

laugh out loud
its a slippery slope

Not sure what u mmean better case like better looking? I dunno I kinda like the Acer but I'm just weird laugh out loud . I feel like that's a very subjective thing but since YOU will be the one starring at it all the time then mind as well get the one with the enclosure you like most.
Both machines are very comparable in performance the big question is overclocking from a fun factor / cool project standpoint because even overclocked these machines will be performing similarly.
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Both are meh,

hard to compare when the Alienware with a 1080 was @ $1100

https://slickdeals.net/f/10431504-alienware-aurora-desktop-i7-7700-16gb-ddr4-gtx-1080-1100-after-200-slickdeals-rebate-free-s-h?src=SiteSearch

I know it was after rebate but reward points pretty much cancel out tax. I'll wait for that deal to come up again.
The problem with Alienware (and this may just be me hating on Dell) but they use their own OEM parts, like the PSU and mobo and ram are not off the shelf components last time I checked. They are dell branded (for sure the motherboard and psu, not sure about ram anymore). That's a big no in my book because if you're looking to upgrade later on down the road, you may need to replace more than just the component that you're upgrading. The acer and especially the Cyberpower build use off the shelf parts so it would be easier to replace/upgrade.
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Quote from gemini1
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I'm debating between this or the Acer at Costco. My very high level take is below. I would appreciate other's opinions:

Pros:
- 7700K CPU vs standard 7700 CPU on the Acer
- 2TB HD vs. 1TB on the Acer
- Better case
- Better power Supply (650W vs. 500W on the Acer)

Cons:
- Acer has a 256GB SSD vs. 120GB on this
- $1229.99 vs. $1110 for the Acer or $119 more expensive
- Acer has 32GB memory vs 16GB on the this
- Missing the Costco warranty / stellar support, especially if purchased with Costco City Visa

Thanks!
Good points but Costco you will need to pay taxes ($90 for me). Also the RAM with this one is 3000 mhz vs 2400.
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The only real difference is the processor, do u wanna overclock? And if so do u have the required cooling for it. I doubt these machines do so you may have to shell out for a good performing cooler. So it may turn out into a very expensive and addictive habit (adding a bigger ssd perhaps replacing the mechanical drive more fans for cooling, etc)
- case in point: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/VNzYcf

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its a slippery slope

Not sure what u mmean better case like better looking? I dunno I kinda like the Acer but I'm just weird http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/emot-LOL.gif . I feel like that's a very subjective thing but since YOU will be the one starring at it all the time then mind as well get the one with the enclosure you like most.
Both machines are very comparable in performance the big question is overclocking from a fun factor / cool project standpoint because even overclocked these machines will be performing similarly.
The system from the OP has liquid cooling and the overclockability of the 7700k means you should be able to get significant performance gains compared to the Acer from Costco.
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https://pcpartpicker.com/list/H7n7xY

$1186 after rebates, not counting cost of windows.
It looks like this PC is using a liquid cooler, not the one in your list.
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