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CyberPower Syber Vapor Xtreme Small Form Factor Gaming PC: i7-6700, GTX 1070 8GB EXPIRED

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Promoted 07-05-2016 by RevOne at 10:57 AM View Original Post
CyberPowerPC has Syber Vapor Xtreme Small Form Factor Desktop Gaming PC on sale as configured below for $1,274 - extra 5% off w/ promotion code SPRING0410 = $1,210.30. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

Available options:Specs:
  • 3.4GHz Intel Core i7-6700 Quad-Core Skylake Processor
  • 16GB (2x 8GB) ADATA XPG Z1 3000MHz DDR4 RAM (AX4U3000W8G16-DGZ)
  • 512GB SanDisk X400 Solid State Drive SSD (SD8SB8U-512G-1122)
  • 1TB 7200RPM 32MB Cache SATA III Hard Drive
  • ASRock Z170M-ITX/ac LGA 1151 Intel Z170 Mini ITX Motherboard
  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
  • Syber by AZZA Mini ITX Gaming Console Chassis (Black or White)
  • 450W SilverStone ST45SF-G 80+ Gold Power Supply
  • Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
Bundled Items:
  • Steam Controller
  • CyberpowerPC 4000 DPI Optical Gaming Mouse
  • Firewatch game (PC Digital Download Coupon)
  • McAfee AntiVirus Plus (Pre-Installed, Digital)
  • Intel Q2 2016 Media Bundle
  • CyberpowerPC Gaming Mouse Pad
  • Mini QWERTY Keyboard w/ Touchpad Remote
  • 1x 6-ft HDMI Cable v1.4
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Edited July 5, 2016 at 08:13 AM by wuzzy
CyberpowerPC is offering their signature edition Gaming SFF Desktop Syber vapor Extreme, as part of their 4th July sale, with Core i7-6700, 16GB DDR4 3000MHz ADATA XPG Z1 Ram, Nvidia GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5, 512GB SATA III HDD + 1TB 7200 RPM HDD, Silverstone 450W 80+ Gold PSU, ASRock Z170M-ITX/AC Motherboard, Gaming Mouse pad, Windows 10 Home 64 Bit @ $1230.30 with free UPS Ground shipping. Tax in some states. It also comes with Steam Controller nad HDMI Cable for free.

This is CyberpowerPC's signature edition PC which is smaller than a Brifcase but packs puch of a very high end gaming PC. Also the components like Motherboard, PSU, Ram are Top notch. It is coming with 3000MHz Modules instead of common 2133MHz one. It is also coming with steam controller.

SAVED CONFIGURATION: http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/saved/1J1MM6
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Follow the steps to get the configuration:-
  • Go to https://www.cyberpowerpc.com/syst...por_Xtreme
  • Select Firewatch Game Coupon and CyberPowerPC Gaming Mouse pad [+0] under Independence Day Featured promotions.
  • Select Core i7-6700 3.40GHz 8MB Intel Smart Cache LGA 1151 [-$100] under CPU section.
  • Select FREE Intel Q2 2016 Media Bundle in Freebies section
  • Select 16GB (8GBx2) DDR4/3000MHz Dual Channel Memory (ADATA XPG Z1) [+47] under Ram / System Memory Section.
  • Select GeForce® GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 (Pascal)[VR Ready] (Single Card) [-$220] under Graphics card section.
  • Select 512GB SanDisk X400 SATA III 6Gb/s SSD - 540MB/s Read & 520MB/s Write [+0] under Had Drive section.
  • Go to the ACCESSORIES Section, then scroll to the Mouse section and select CyberPowerPC Gaming Mouse [+$5]
  • Now Go to the SOFTWARE & SERVICES Section and add McAfee AntiVirus Plus (Factory Pre-Install [Digital Version]) [+0] under Security Software section.
  • Click on Add to Cart. The cart price will be $1274
  • In the Cart, select your state, shipping method as UPS GROUND and then apply COUPON CODE SPRING0410 to reduce the price to $1210.30 (5% discount).

FINAL CONFIGURATION
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Syber by Azza Gaming Console Chassis
  • Core i7-6700 3.4GHz (4GHz Turbo, 8MB Cache) Quad Core
  • ASRock Z170M-ITX/AC 802.11ac WiFi+ BT, Intel GbLAN, 1 PCIe x16, 1 mSATA, 4 SATA 6Gb/s
  • 16GB ADATA XPG Z1 3000MHz DDR4 Ram
  • Nvidia GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5
  • 450W SilverStone ST45SF-G SFX12V 80 PLUS GOLD ACTIVE PFC PSU
  • 512GB SanDisk X400 SATA III SSD
  • 1TB 7200 RPM HDD
  • CyberpowerPC Standard 4000 DPI with Weight System Optical Gaming Mouse
  • Steam Controller
  • Mini Keyboard with touchpad

FREE GIFTS:
  • Firewatch game Coupon
  • CyberPowerPC haming Mouse Pad
  • Intel Q2 2016 Media Bundle
  • McAfee AntiVirus Plus 1 Year

REVIEW: In case you want to check in depth review of this small factor PC, here is the review for the Core i7-4790K, GTX 980 version's review:
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/201...7-gtx-980/
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And then place it inside a steam Box type Mini ITX Chassis; I don't think so. You have to understand this is a very high end Gaming PC placed under a Steam Box type Mini ITX Chassis and that needs a good amount of skills. Also Dual GTX 970 will cost you more, have good amount of extra power consumption. Also as per newegg, Core i5-6600K is $65 cheaper than Core i7 6600k.
I don't want to into arguing that Core i5-6600K is better choice for gaming or not but this is a configurable PC and you can bring down the price too by selecting Core i5-6600K here.
This is a hell of a deal! I bought a Dell XPS 8900 with i7-6700, 16GB DDR4, and a crappy GTX 745 for about $625 after tax (with Win 10 Pro). Replaced the 745 with a GTX 1070 ($400); replaced power supply with a Corsair 1000 watt gold (overkill, but $110), replaced hard drive with 960 GB Sandisk Ultra II ($200), and added a cooler master fan ($10). My total cost for everything was about $1350 plus the time I put into installation. To get nearly the same gaming power at $1210 is a HELL of a deal, and if I had known this deal would pop up, I probably would have taken this over my rig. In fact, could have got GTX 1080 version for only a little more than I paid for my 1070 set up.

The nice thing about this is it doesn't ship with crap power supply like Dell and all the other mainstream PC brands do.
mph82 7
I love all the "I can build cheaper" posts, mostly using different parts, larger case, and not accounting that my time is worth $50 an hour. Oh, and don't forget your windows license.

This is a good deal TU.

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Is this a deal? Pretty sure I built my dual 970, 6600k beast for about you or a little less.
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Quote from mikedx42 View Post :
Is this a deal? Pretty sure I built my dual 970, 6600k beast for about you or a little less.
And then place it inside a steam Box type Mini ITX Chassis; I don't think so. You have to understand this is a very high end Gaming PC placed under a Steam Box type Mini ITX Chassis and that needs a good amount of skills. Also Dual GTX 970 will cost you more, have good amount of extra power consumption. Also as per newegg, Core i5-6600K is $65 cheaper than Core i7 6600k.
I don't want to into arguing that Core i5-6600K is better choice for gaming or not but this is a configurable PC and you can bring down the price too by selecting Core i5-6600K here.
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Only immediate problem I have with this is the small PSU. The components look good. I can't say much about the price in comparison vs other deals. But I do expect a little premium for the small form factor.
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Quote from btogrman View Post :
Only immediate problem I have with this is the small PSU. The components look good. I can't say much about the price in comparison vs other deals. But I do expect a little premium for the small form factor.
You can update it to 500W or 550W , But 450W is fine for this rig. HP sells computers with Core i7-6700HQ and GTX 980 Ti with their normal 500W PSU. GTX 1070 has far lower power consumption than GTX 980 Ti and the PSu here is also high end. It is Gold certified PSU and can handle whole rig with ease.
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Quote from Suryasis View Post :
And then place it inside a steam Box type Mini ITX Chassis; I don't think so. You have to understand this is a very high end Gaming PC placed under a Steam Box type Mini ITX Chassis and that needs a good amount of skills. Also Dual GTX 970 will cost you more, have good amount of extra power consumption. Also as per newegg, Core i5-6600K is $65 cheaper than Core i7 6600k.
I don't want to into arguing that Core i5-6600K is better choice for gaming or not but this is a configurable PC and you can bring down the price too by selecting Core i5-6600K here.
the i5-6600k is $50 more to configure, not less
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I'm pretty sure you could build this for quite a bit less than $1200.
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Quote from scrid2000 View Post :
I'm pretty sure you could build this for quite a bit less than $1200.
No, you can't.

Nice build op. These take time.

spring0410 for another5% off
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Last edited by tenkay July 5, 2016 at 01:23 AM.

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CABLE: 6-FT HDMI Flat Cable, V1.4, Supports 3D & 4K Resolution, Gold Plated Connector Cable (1 piece)
CAS: Syber by AZZA Gaming Console Chassis (Black Color)
CONTROLLERS1: Steam Controller [+45]
CPU: Intel® Core™ Processor i7-6700K 4.00GHZ 8MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1151 (Skylake)
DOCKINGSTATION: None
FAN: Intel Certified CPU Fan & Heatsink
FREEBIE_CU: None
HD_M2SATA: None
HDD: 120GB PNY CS1311 Series SATA III 6Gb/s SSD - 550MB/s Read & 510MB/s Write [-55] (Single Drive)
HDD2: None [-40]
HEADSET: None
KEYBOARD: None
MEMORY: 16GB (8GBx2) DDR4/3000MHz Dual Channel Memory (ADATA XPG Z1)
MONITOR: None
MOPAD: None
MOTHERBOARD: MSI Z170I Gaming Pro AC mini ITX w/ 802.11ac WiFi + BT, USB 3.1, 1 PCIe x16,1 SATA Express, 6 SATA3, 1 Ultra M.2 [+24]
MOUSE: None
NETWORK: Onboard Gigabit LAN Network
OS: None - FORMAT HARD DRIVE ONLY [-60]
POWERSUPPLY: 450 Watts - SilverStone ST45SF-G SFX12V 80 PLUS GOLD ACTIVE PFC Power Supply
REMOTE: Mini QWERTY Keyboard with Touchpad
RUSH: Standard Process Time: Ship within 7 to 12 Business Day
SECURITY: None
SOUND: HIGH DEFINITION ON-BOARD 7.1 AUDIO
SPEAKERS: None
VIDEO: GeForce® GTX 1080 8GB GDDR5X (Pascal)[VR Ready] (Single Card)
$1,385.10 after 5% off, not bad
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Just personal opinion, it's not a good idea to buy computer like this since the case will limit any upgrade later. The price is not very good either.
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This is a hell of a deal! I bought a Dell XPS 8900 with i7-6700, 16GB DDR4, and a crappy GTX 745 for about $625 after tax (with Win 10 Pro). Replaced the 745 with a GTX 1070 ($400); replaced power supply with a Corsair 1000 watt gold (overkill, but $110), replaced hard drive with 960 GB Sandisk Ultra II ($200), and added a cooler master fan ($10). My total cost for everything was about $1350 plus the time I put into installation. To get nearly the same gaming power at $1210 is a HELL of a deal, and if I had known this deal would pop up, I probably would have taken this over my rig. In fact, could have got GTX 1080 version for only a little more than I paid for my 1070 set up.

The nice thing about this is it doesn't ship with crap power supply like Dell and all the other mainstream PC brands do.
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Last edited by mph82 July 5, 2016 at 03:49 AM.
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I'm looking to build a computer with similar specs, but it small case makes me worry about what I could do as far as upgrading in the future.
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I'm pretty sure you could build this for quite a bit less than $1200.
with rebates and great sales that take place weeks and months apart, of course.

this is an insanely good deal. best prebuilt i've seen here next to the big cyberpower with the 1080 and unlocked i7 from a few weeks ago.
only negative i can find is that this thing supposedly weighs 36lbs. that's pretty damn heavy for an itx
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Last edited by decibillionaire July 5, 2016 at 07:43 AM.
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