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CyberpowerPC Battlebox 2019 Syber: Ryzen 7 3700X, Liquid Cooler, 32GB DDR4 3200, 480GB SATA + 500GB PCIe Gen 4, RX 5700XT, 600W PSU, WIn10H @ $1140.95+ F/S

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Note: Gigabyte 500GB PCIe Gen 4 X4 SSD is free with any Gigabyte X570 motherboard is only valid for during the promotion.

You can remove Windows 10 to save another $60 buck

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Syber M Series 2.0 ATX Mid-Tower Gaming Case
  • Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8C/16T (4.4 GHz Turbo, 36MB Cache)
  • DEEPCOOL Castle 120EX ARGB 120mm AIO Liquid CPU Cooler w/ Copper Cold Plate
  • 32GB (8GX4) Patriot Viper Elite 3200 MHz DDR4
  • GIGABYTE X570 UD ATX Motherboard
  • Radeon RX 5700XT 8GB GDDR6 Graphics
  • 480GB Kingston A400 SATA-III SSD
  • 500GB GIGABYTE AORUS (PCIe Gen4) NVMe M.2 SSD
  • 600W Thermaltake Smart 80+ Gold PSU

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  • CyberPowerPC FPS Gaming Mouse Pad
  • 500GB GIGABYTE AORUS (PCIe Gen4) NVMe M.2 SSD
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This seems like an OK price, given the higher end CPU and an XT variant of the video card.

Still, I have my reservations about part choices, including the ones that I _cant_ see.

For example, the inclusion of the Kingston SSD; The only SSD I ever had die on me was a Kingston of this model, so I'm doubtful of the other, pricier choices (GPU and Mobo Manf. )
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This seems like an OK price, given the higher end CPU and an XT variant of the video card.

Still, I have my reservations about part choices, including the ones that I _cant_ see.

For example, the inclusion of the Kingston SSD; The only SSD I ever had die on me was a Kingston of this model, so I'm doubtful of the other, pricier choices (GPU and Mobo Manf. )
Just change that if you are so doubtful. This is not a pre-built system and the configuration you see if just one of many, built by me based on my understanding of price and performance. At least click on the link first before firing your gun.
And this is not a okay price, this is pretty good price. Try to build a similarly spec PC and lets see how cheaper you can configure.
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This is a great deal. I just bought a similar rig for a similar price and I took advantage of all the Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals. Here's how my specs compare (in red):
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit (Pro)
  • Syber M Series 2.0 ATX Mid-Tower Gaming Case (Cooler Master H500)
  • Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8C/16T (4.4 GHz Turbo, 36MB Cache) same
  • DEEPCOOL Castle 120EX ARGB 120mm AIO Liquid CPU Cooler w/ Copper Cold Plate (no AIO for me)
  • 32GB (8GX4) Patriot Viper Elite 3200 MHz DDR4 (G.Skill 3600 MHz)
  • GIGABYTE X570 UD ATX Motherboard (Aorus Elite)
  • Radeon RX 5700XT 8GB GDDR6 Graphics (NVIDIA RTX 2060 Super)
  • 480GB Kingston A400 SATA-III SSD (no SATA drives since I already had them)
  • 500GB GIGABYTE AORUS (PCIe Gen4) NVMe M.2 SSD (1 TB Intel 660p)
  • 600W Thermaltake Smart 80+ Gold PSU (EVGA 850W)
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That PSU gotta go. Otherwise good build all together. I'd do a different AIO cooler too maybe evga or NZXT
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OP is not wrong in his choices, they were best for the money. But all of the available options made me feel a little dirty and would not be my first picks - especially when it comes to the SSDs, CPU coolers, PSUs.
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When i follow link it shows completely wrong configuration.

Edit: weird on mobile it's wrong but on PC is right...im so confused
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Nothing works for me using OP's link and Android with Chrome and AdGuard. I can't even customize the build or add to cart. Anyone else? I've been shopping for a prebuilt and don't have accesd to my laptop atm.
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Understood. I guess some assumptions were made that this was a standard configuration much like you'd see at a big box store, with specific information being thin and configuration changes almost non-existent. After actually clicking on the link, I'm pleasantly surprised to find that I'm wrong. There are more options that I would have ever guessed, and a pretty thorough breakdown of each choice of part, so thanks for that. Apologies if I seemed a bit jaded originally.

Also, you had said:

>> the configuration you see if just one of many, built by me

If I'm reading this right, you're doing the actual builds/assembly of these units?
Just configuring to post here. They have option to save every configuration and will provide a link for that. I simply configured it from their product page and posted that saved link.
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OP is not wrong in his choices, they were best for the money. But all of the available options made me feel a little dirty and would not be my first picks - especially when it comes to the SSDs, CPU coolers, PSUs.
I have used that budget SATA 3 ssd because you're getting a 500GB Gigabyte PCIe 4.0 ssd for free which is the fastest connection right now.
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Some upgrades I would suggest on this build if you can spend a bit extra: -
  1. CyberpowerPC Skorpion K2 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: This is just for $5 extra and if you don't have a mechanical or gaming keyboard, $5 is a pretty good price to pay.
  2. CyberpowerPC MasterLiquid Lite 240mm ARGB CPU Liquid Cooler with Dual Chamber Pump & Copper Cold Plate: This is just a $10 upgrade over the 120mm Cooler. Now Ryzen does not overclock much but the auto overclocking works pretty well and boost the clock speed over its actual Turbo Speed based on the cooling solution.
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This is pretty good considering yesterday at microcenter I got a last gen 2700x, Asus rog strix b450i Mobo, NZXT H210i case, inland 1TB m2, 32gb neo trident, and seasonic focus plus 750w for $830. I have windows and a 2070 hand me down. 🤭 I'm just using stock cooler. Id hop on this if I saw this sooner.
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I built one similar around BF for 1150 if you consider the 5% off I got and $50 AMEX and $50 Amazon GC

3700x
5700xt -nonblower card tho
X570 Prime P
16GB 3200MHZ RAM
256 XPG NVME
2TB HDD
600W Gold thermaltalke

Plus the extras $5 keyboard, mouse, headset and free mouse pad for spares so the pc came with 2 boards and 2 mice. When I bought it came with more freebie stuff. I got 9 months more gamepass Ultimate, borderlands3, and Tom clanceys
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I built one similar around BF for 1150 if you consider the 5% off I got and $50 AMEX and $50 Amazon GC

3700x
5700xt -nonblower card tho
X570 Prime P
16GB 3200MHZ RAM
256 XPG NVME
2TB HDD
600W Gold thermaltalke

Plus the extras $5 keyboard, mouse, headset and free mouse pad for spares so the pc came with 2 boards and 2 mice. When I bought it came with more freebie stuff. I got 9 months more gamepass Ultimate, borderlands3, and Tom clanceys
This build has twice more Ram (32GB), a PCIe Gen 4 500GB SSD which costs around $100, a 480GB SATA III SSD and still costs less.
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