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CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Master Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6GHz, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB $999

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Seems like a good deal. Better than recent Skytech deal.
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does anyone have experience with these pre built? im curious if these cpu n gpu are genuine. i always hear they pick out cheap non oem parts especially mb n psu
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does anyone have experience with these pre built? im curious if these cpu n gpu are genuine. i always hear they pick out cheap non oem parts especially mb n psu
It's being sold at Walmart, not the back of the van dude
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does anyone have experience with these pre built? im curious if these cpu n gpu are genuine. i always hear they pick out cheap non oem parts especially mb n psu
Cheap yes, Non OEM no. Expect lower tiered components, unless it's specifically listed.
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does anyone have experience with these pre built? im curious if these cpu n gpu are genuine. i always hear they pick out cheap non oem parts especially mb n psu
I don't have experience with this specific model, but Cyberpowerpc has been around a long time and is well known. A friend won one years ago and while he sold the GPU, CPU and PSU he traded me the rest of the build. I'm still using it as my HTPC today, and it is a i7-2600k build if you want an idea of the age. I thought they had nice wiring and cable management.

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I built a system with a 3700x and 2060 for ~$900.
Still a very good price.
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does anyone have experience with these pre built? im curious if these cpu n gpu are genuine. i always hear they pick out cheap non oem parts especially mb n psu
I purchased a Ibuypower pc some years ago I ordered from them directly and swapped components here and there but overall it's been a solid pc for me. Over the years I added extra ram and swapped over to SSD's after my hard drive filled up.
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I bought this basically the Same but with the 5700xt card. I added an ssd in the m.2 slot and upgraded the ram to 32gb. It's very solid. No complaints.
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Similar components I ordered from Dell... Except if you order this, you'll probably get this before I do haha
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Cheap yes, Non OEM no. Expect lower tiered components, unless it's specifically listed.
Bought a cyberpower before through their website...benchmark scores were in the top 75 % percentile in most categories (CPU, memory, GPU, etc)
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I bought this basically the Same but with the 5700xt card. I added an ssd in the m.2 slot and upgraded the ram to 32gb. It's very solid. No complaints.
same for me. but I don't like the 5700xt at all. crash and restart the pc every 3-4 hours gaming
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does anyone have experience with these pre built? im curious if these cpu n gpu are genuine. i always hear they pick out cheap non oem parts especially mb n psu
Ive tester 2 cyberpowerpc and brotha let me tell you. They do not care about QC. Parts are ok but the build quality and set up is horrible I just received my 2600$ cyber cube with i9 and 2080ti. And I promise you they sent me a used set up. The mouse literally had finger gunk and the bottom was scrapped up. One screw for glass was bent a fan was making a ticking noise and so on. Stay away. Trust me.

Good luck tho.
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Great price if it reaches you working and undamaged. Check out reviews on the actual product to see arrival damaged or seemingly used isn't uncommon, although more people are happy than not. Check out youtube videos by Gamers' Nexus for their review of this brand. It's pretty funny. Every single review machine - at different times over a year apart arrived with major problems - like boot drive empty and unpartitioned. Not a big deal for tech types, but could be puzzling for the people who actually buy preibuilts at WalMart.
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