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CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Master GMA2088W w/ AMD Ryzen 7 2700, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB, 8GB Memory, 240GB SSD, 1TB HD, WiFi and Windows 10 Home 64-bit Gaming PC $730

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For those gamers on a budget willing to compromise a little and get the 1060 with 3GB mem, (remember you can always upgrade in future)-

Key Features and Benefits:
AMD Ryzen 7 2700 3.2GHz (Max 4.1GHz), 16MB L3 Cache, 8-Core Processor


8GB DDR4 SDRAM/64GB (Max)


240GB SSD 1TB, SATA III, 7200 RPM


Integrated 10/100/1000 Ethernet, Internal 802.11AC WiFi


NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB, PCI Express x 16 Graphics

Additional Features:
Tempered Glass Side Case Panel

USB Gaming Keyboard & RGB 7 Colors Gaming Mouse
6x USB 3.1 (2 front, 4 rear), 2x USB 2.0 (2 rear) 1 x PS/2 Style, 1 x LAN Port, 3 x Audio Jacks (7.1 Channels)
1x PCI Express x16, 2 PCI Express x1,
2x internal 3.5/2.5" bays, 2x internal 2.5 bays
32lbs; 18.5" x 8.2" x 18.7" (LxWxH)
Software: Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
Driver Disc Support and warranty: 1 year limited hardware warranty
Backup and Restore options built into Windows allows you to create safety copies of your most important personal files, so you're always prepared for the worst.


What's In The Box:
Power cord
Keyboard & Mouse
Quick Start Guide

https://www.walmart.com/ip/CYBERP.../384759293
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isn't this a good deal?
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Personally, I don't think so. 8GB of ram instead of 16GB. 1060 3GB instead of 6GB or a 1070. A lot of corners cut on this Prebuilt.

For reference, Walmart had an HP OEM with i7 7700, 16gb Ram, 1070 with same SSD/HDD specs for $650 last month on clearance.
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i agree you can probably build better but its not bad if you just want to get your kid a gaming computer without the hassle
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Personally, I don't think so. 8GB of ram instead of 16GB. 1060 3GB instead of 6GB or a 1070. A lot of corners cut on this Prebuilt.

For reference, Walmart had an HP OEM with i7 7700, 16gb Ram, 1070 with same SSD/HDD specs for $650 last month on clearance.
Totally in agreement with the fact that a lot of corners cut. Just provide a 6GB 1060!
But I don't think I will complain too much cuz the price is somewhat soft on this one.
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isn't this a good deal?
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Nope, not even a good deal as far as System Integrators go and could definitely build a system with the same specs with much higher quality components for a good deal less. Not to mention for a gaming PC (which these are marketed towards) the Ryzen 2700X is a terrible pairing with a 1060 3gb as this GPU is extremely lacking for this CPU and won't come close to taking advantage of it's potential. I personally wouldn't run a 1060 with anything more than a Ryzen 3 2200G which is a $100 CPU if your primary focus is gaming.
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Downgrading to a Ryzen 3 2200G would save over $220 on this build and would not degrade gaming performance in any substantial way for all but the most CPU heavy games since the 1060 3GB will be a huge bottleneck for any more powerful processor.
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there are a few videos on YouTube that show the brakedown of parts so you see where they skimped on these walmart pc
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It's actually a relatively good deal when compared to price tags at Best Buy for similar configurations.

But yes, it's always cheaper to build your own if you have the time/knowledge/patience.
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It's actually a relatively good deal when compared to price tags at Best Buy for similar configurations.

But yes, it's always cheaper to build your own if you have the time/knowledge/patience.

I just built my own PC with my 9 year old son. We took it slow to not screw anything up and to let him to a lot of the work to learn. It took us about 6 hours in total...again letting him to most everything. I had to have more patience with him than with the build, lol.

It was a lot easier than expected as YouTube videos really helped, and we found one that explained everything step by step and watched that as we built the computer playing/pausing as needed.
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In my opinion this is not a better deal than that rig was. I am basing it on the price and on the parts used. The Shadow mini depending on when you were trying to buy it, was listed at $610-$630. It came with a Ryzen 5 2600, a 500GB SSD, no xtra HD, a 500 watt PS. No where in the details (that I could find) did it specify that it included a mouse or keyboard. While that might not be important to some it does add cost/value to the rig. With all that being said, it is now showing up as being out of stock.

To add some thought to this; it doesn't seem to be a bad deal if you compare it to this one being offered on Amazon for $899. They are not identical so please don't flame me for it.
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ..._373220720

I was shopping for my son and opted for the CyberPower rig that Best Buy was selling for BF week at $699. It is very similar to this except a Ryzen 5 2600, an AMD 580 4GB, and a 2TB HD paired with the 240GB SSD. My thinking was if there was a problem I could return it to Best Buy without too much difficulty. It was to be a Christmas present but due to the return policy I opted to gift it to him early. I am very happy to say that we are pleased with the PC so far. CyberPower did a great job packing the pc. There was absolutely NO Bloatware on the rig. None, Nada. I have built PC's before and worked on many for friends, relatives and even paying customers. I have seen what Dell and HP put on their products. The CyberPower came with Windows 10 and the drivers needed. We fired it up, ran the Windows 10 updater and then updated the video drivers. My son loaded Steam and a couple games (Fortnight and PUBG) and was playing in about an hour. He is one happy camper. The graphics look impressive to me. Are they the best? Maybe not. I have been down that road before. Building the best I could with the best graphics card, cpus and hard drives in RAID. Even SSD"s in RAID trying to get the best performance I could get. I have spent thousands chasing the latest greatest tech. Suffice to say I am happy with the PC and would not hesitate to buy again for $699.
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For those willing to upgrade the ram themselves this is a great price for workstation PC.
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