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CyberPower Desktop PC: i7-7700, GTX 1070, 480GB SSD, 16GB DDR4 EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has CyberPower Desktop PC (SCE300X) on sale for $1099.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

Note, Bonus Rosewill 6-Outlet Power Strip (RPS-210BL) is added automatically to cart

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  • Intel Core i7 7th Gen 7700 3.60 GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 480GB SSD
  • NVIDIA GeoForce GTX 1070 8GB Graphics Card
  • Keyboard + Mouse
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Newegg offers SYBER C ELITE 300 (Model: SCE300X ) Gaming SFF with Cyber C series Mini-ITX Chassis, i7-7700 3.6 GHz CPU, 16GB DDR4 2400 MHz Ram, ASRock Z270M-ITX/ac mATX Motherboard, GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 Graphics, Silverstone ST45SF-G 80 Plus Gold SFF 450W PSU, Windows 10 Home 64 Bit @ $1099.99 . Shipping is free. It is also eligible for Shop Runner 2 Days free shipping.

NOTE: Not all the specs are mentioned in Newegg Site like PSU and Motherboard. Ihave taken them from CyberpowerPC website. They are the standard configuration for that SFF.

FREE GIFT:
  • Rosewill RPS-210BL - 6-Outlet Power Strip - Black, 125V Input Voltage, 1875 Watts Maximum Power, 6-Foot Cord

LINK:
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6883230205

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Cyber C series Mini-ITX Chassis
  • Core i7-7700 3.6 GHz CPU
  • 16GB DDR4 2400 MHz Ram
  • ASRock Z270M-ITX/ac mITX w/AC WiFi, USB 3.1, 3 PCIe x16, 4 SATA3, 1 M.2 SATA/PCIe [Intel Optane Ready]
  • 480GB SSD
  • GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 Graphics
  • 450W SilverStone ST45SF-G SFX12V 80 PLUS GOLD ACTIVE PFC Power Supply
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Ive been eyeballing these deals/systems for a while. I'm really really tempted to take the plunge... anyone know where I can find a manual for it? Trying to navigate the cyberpower site, unable to find that manual.
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Ive been eyeballing these deals/systems for a while. I'm really really tempted to take the plunge... anyone know where I can find a manual for it? Trying to navigate the cyberpower site, unable to find that manual.
As far as I know, there is no such manual for this and probably you don't need one. This is just a Mini ITX desktop build based on standard off the Shelves hardware, nothis custom about it. Upgrading it is just like upgrading a standard Mini ITX Desktop. The Motherboard, Ram, Graphics Card, Power Supply, everything what you can directly buy from Newegg or any other sites.
I think you are comparing it with other SFF desktops like Dell Alienware Alpha or MSI gaming Box.
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As fer as I know, there is no such manual for this and probably you don't need one. This is just a Mini ITX desktop build based on standard off the Shelves hardware, nothis custom about it. Upgrading it is just like upgrading a standard Mini ITX Desktop. The Motherboard, Ram, Graphics Card, Power Supply, everything what you can directly buy from Newegg or any other sites.
I think you are comparing it with other SFF desktops like Dell Alienware Alpha or MSI gaming Box.

Ok. What I'd want to see then would be the motherboard manual. What model does it use? Looks like an Asrock.
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Ive been eyeballing these deals/systems for a while. I'm really really tempted to take the plunge... anyone know where I can find a manual for it? Trying to navigate the cyberpower site, unable to find that manual.
Yeah, all CyberPowerPC is, is a custom built PC using the same parts you could just buy individually. The only thing special that you can't just buy is the case itself. As for what this is, even though it doesn't say it anywhere that I can see, other than trying to decipher the model number, this is a Syber C Elite 300 [cyberpowerpc.com] with the X presumably being the configuration. The base model is slightly different before promotions on the CyberPowerPC. Base model is 7700 (upgrades to 7700k on their site due to promotion), 8GB RAM (you get 16GB but slightly lower clock speed with the Newegg one), different storage configuration..

But yeah, your drivers, while available through CyberPowerPC's site, would be easier obtained from the OEM (ASRock for the motherboard based on the pictures on Newegg) and there's no overall manual to be had.
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Ok. What I'd want to see then would be the motherboard manual. What model does it use? Looks like an Asrock.
Based on the picture, since it doesn't actually say which motherboard it is.. And based on the available options on CyberPowerPC's site, it's the ASRock Z270M-ITX/ac [com.tw]
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Overall a pretty good value. hard to beat with a custom build unless you only shop sales and MIRs.

Seems weird that they used a non-K CPU (K meaning it can be overclocked) but the mobo is a Z series, the only type that allows overclocking (vs B or H).
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No storage other than one ssd? What!
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Insert: I CAN BUILD THIS FOR CHEAPER lol

Def a bit weird with the CPU + mobo pairing, but I wouldn't bother overclocking in such a tight unit anyway.
Wonder if the kb + mouse is included. Freebies are always nice.

most impressive thing to me here is the shoprunner, if you can really get this in 4ish business days that would easily beat out Cyberpower 2 week+ deliveries by half.

Although now that I've done more research, pretty interesting this Syber SFF config was basically the same price November 2016. Some slight variations of ram, storage, freebies but yeah all in the 1k-1.1k range. Could be slight outliers since it was BF but that's not too far away! We might see this drop below 1k soon!
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How loud are the fans usually on these smaller bishes?
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Does anyone know if there's space for an hdd?
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How loud are the fans usually on these smaller bishes?
Exactly, it they made it silent then it has a value because building a real DIY silent PC is actually more expensive.
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Overall a pretty good value. hard to beat with a custom build unless you only shop sales and MIRs.

Seems weird that they used a non-K CPU (K meaning it can be overclocked) but the mobo is a Z series, the only type that allows overclocking (vs B or H).
Not weird at all to be non-K cpu since it is a small form factor. They probably wanted other gaming features in the motherboard but didn't want the higher TDP from the K series.
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Does anyone know if there's space for an hdd?
Yes I know. It has two 2.5" bay. most probably the SSD is a 2.5"/ So you can add another 2.5" drive and one M.2 SSD. The mobo supports both PCIe and SATA III m.2 drives.
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