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CyberpowerPC Syber Vapor Xtreme i7-6700, 16GB DDR4 2800, GTX 1080, 480GB SSD, 600W PSU, Win10 Home @ $1391.75 with F/S

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CyberPowerPC offers Syber Vapor Xtreme SFF Gaming rig with Core i7-6700, 16GB ADATA XPG Z1 2800MHz, GTX 1080 8GB GDDR5X, ASRock Z170M-ITX/AC Motherboard, Corsair SF600 600W Modular PSU, 480GB Intel 540s SATA III SSD, Windows 10 Home 64 Bit @ $1391.75 if the below steps are followed.
  • Go to https://www.cyberpowerpc.com/syst...por_Xtreme
  • Select CyberpowerPC Gaming Mouse Pad in Back To School Featured Promotions:
  • Select Intel® Core™ Processor i7-6700 3.40GHZ 8MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1151 (Skylake) [-$40] in CPU section.
  • Under Freebies section, select w! FREE Intel Summer Bundle - Tom Clancey's Rainbow Six, Warface, World of Tanks [+$0]
  • Under Power Supply section, select 600 Watts - Corsair SF600 Fully Modular 80 PLUS GOLD Certified High Performance SFX Power Supply [+$22]
  • Under Hard Drive section, select 480GB Intel 540s Series SATA-III 6.0Gb/s SSD - 560MB/s Read & 480MB/s Write [-$17]
  • In Secondary Hard Drive section, select None [-$40]
  • Now head over to the ACCESSORIES section and select None in the Cables section [-$4]
  • In Controllers section, Uncheck Steam Controller [-$45]
  • Now head over to the SOFTWARE & SERVICES section and select McAfee AntiVirus Plus ---> Coupon [Key card][+$0]
  • Click on Add to Cart. The cart price will be $1465.
  • Now select your State, select Shipping method as UPS Ground and apply the 5% Coupon code SPRING0410 to get a final price of $1391.75.

FINAL CONFIGURATION:
  • Syber by AZZA PC Gaming Case
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Core i7-6700
  • ASRock Z170M-ITX/AC 802.11ac WiFi+ BT, Intel GbLAN, 1 PCIe x16, 1 mSATA, 4 SATA 6Gb/s
  • 8GBx2 ADATA XPG Z1 2800MHz DDR4 Ram
  • Nvidia GTX 1080 8GB GDDR5X
  • Corsair SF600 600W Full Moduler 80 Plus Gold PSU
  • Intel 480GB 540s 2.5" SATA III SSD

FREEBIES:
  • CyberpowerPC Gaming Mouse Pad
  • FREE Intel Summer Bundle - Tom Clancey's Rainbow Six, Warface, World of Tanks
  • Mini QWERTY Keyboard with Touchpad [+0]
  • McAfee AntiVirus Plus Coupon [Key Card]

This model does not come with good freebies as the other models, I guess because of accommodating a GTX 1080 at this price point.

Suggestion: Pay $40 to get i7-6700K in case you are planning to overclock later or transferring the components to a bigger case for adding powerful CPU Coolers. This Mini ITX does not support big form factor cooler and getting 6700K will not provide any benefit for overclocking.
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CAS: Syber by AZZA Gaming Console Chassis (White Color)
CPU: Intel® Core™ Processor i7-6700K 4.00GHZ 8MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1151 (Skylake)
FAN: ZALMAN CNPS8900 Copper Base w/ Heatpipes Ultra Quiet CPU Cooler
HD_M2SATA: None
HDD: 1TB SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 32MB Cache 7200RPM HDD
HDD2: None
HEADSET: None
KEYBOARD: None
MEMORY: 16GB (8GBx2) DDR4/2800MHz Dual Channel Memory (ADATA XPG Z1)
MOTHERBOARD: ASRock H110M-ITX/AC 802.11ac WiFi + BT, GbLAN, w/ USB 3+ 4X SATA 6GB/s 1 Gen3 PCIe x16
NETWORK: Onboard Gigabit LAN Network
OS: None - FORMAT HARD DRIVE ONLY
POWERSUPPLY: 600 Watts - Corsair SF600 Fully Modular 80 PLUS GOLD Certified High Performance SFX Power Supply
REMOTE: Mini QWERTY Keyboard with Touchpad
SOUND: HIGH DEFINITION ON-BOARD 7.1 AUDIO
VIDEO: EVGA GeForce® GTX 1080 Superclocked ACX 3.0 Edition 8GB GDDR5X
PRICE: $1379 shipped
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Ah... the good ol' days when I had a cyber power pc with a crap graphics card that came loose in the case and wouldn't power on. It did the trick for awhile, but I eventually outgrew it and decided to try my hand at assembling one. A PC and some modifications later, I now have a 1080. It looks like they've stepped up their game a bit when it comes to offering a lower price for high end cards, but assembling one would probably be cheaper. This is definitely a better power supply than the one that came with my old system.
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I get $1570 on pcpartpicker. Only 1080's you can actually get are $700 and up.

You can pick cheaper parts, spend a week or two looking for deals, fill out rebate slips and hope (looks like Corsair is stiffing me for one right now), use an illegitimate copy of windows, etc and maybe get cheaper.
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I get $1570 on pcpartpicker. Only 1080's you can actually get are $700 and up.

You can pick cheaper parts, spend a week or two looking for deals, fill out rebate slips and hope (looks like Corsair is stiffing me for one right now), use an illegitimate copy of windows, etc and maybe get cheaper.
True, rebates and waiting are a hassle, but chances are you're going to be a more competent builder than the people who shove stuff in a box at that company.
I think it has ended, but for awhile you could get legit Win 10 with special versions of 7.
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True, rebates and waiting are a hassle, but chances are you're going to be a more competent builder than the people who shove stuff in a box at that company.
I think it has ended, but for awhile you could get legit Win 10 with special versions of 7.
Not that I don't find the tone of this thread entertaining but you do realize you can just rebuild the computer if you don't find it up to par.
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I got a Syber from Cyber Power based on a slickdeals posting on July 5. The build quality was perfect; NO shortcomings whatsoever. I am extremely pleased and impressed with the performance you can get in this form factor and price today. Without going through the current build process with current promotions, I would suggest considering a 1070 to save a little $$ and possibly bumping the DDR4 to 30000 MHZ depending on current pricing. Granted, the 1080 is definitely a more powerful card, but the 1070 is a beast and you could very easily bump the PS down to a 450 (actually the 1080 probably doesn't need the 600 either).
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Ah... the good ol' days when I had a cyber power pc with a crap graphics card that came loose in the case and wouldn't power on. It did the trick for awhile, but I eventually outgrew it and decided to try my hand at assembling one. A PC and some modifications later, I now have a 1080. It looks like they've stepped up their game a bit when it comes to offering a lower price for high end cards, but assembling one would probably be cheaper. This is definitely a better power supply than the one that came with my old system.
Well, I think you probably bought their Pre-Built system which probably did not provide you the customization options. This one I have posted is not a Pre-Built configuration. It provides a skeleton configuration and you can customize practically every components. So choosing a proper PSU, Graphics card entirely depends upon your choice. This one by default comes with a 450W FSP Gold PSU but I have updated it to Corsair 600W Moduler Gold PSu by adding $22 extra.
Also regarding Graphics card, as per my knowledge, for the last two years, they are providing the highest end Graphics card with lower price. I got mine last year at March with a pretty solid configuration.
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Quote from dungoyle View Post :
I got a Syber from Cyber Power based on a slickdeals posting on July 5. The build quality was perfect; NO shortcomings whatsoever. I am extremely pleased and impressed with the performance you can get in this form factor and price today. Without going through the current build process with current promotions, I would suggest considering a 1070 to save a little $$ and possibly bumping the DDR4 to 30000 MHZ depending on current pricing. Granted, the 1080 is definitely a more powerful card, but the 1070 is a beast and you could very easily bump the PS down to a 450 (actually the 1080 probably doesn't need the 600 either).
This time I tried to Build a rig based on GTX 1080 at budget for the best 4K experience. I have posted several GTX 1070 builds from CyberpowerPC and iBuypower and in fact they are active till now. Prices are below $1250, you can check by searching Syber Xtreme in Slickdeals only.
This one is for a more powerful Build.
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Quote from Vela4331 View Post :
CAS: Syber by AZZA Gaming Console Chassis (White Color)
CPU: Intel® Core™ Processor i7-6700K 4.00GHZ 8MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1151 (Skylake)
FAN: ZALMAN CNPS8900 Copper Base w/ Heatpipes Ultra Quiet CPU Cooler
HD_M2SATA: None
HDD: 1TB SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 32MB Cache 7200RPM HDD
HDD2: None
HEADSET: None
KEYBOARD: None
MEMORY: 16GB (8GBx2) DDR4/2800MHz Dual Channel Memory (ADATA XPG Z1)
MOTHERBOARD: ASRock H110M-ITX/AC 802.11ac WiFi + BT, GbLAN, w/ USB 3+ 4X SATA 6GB/s 1 Gen3 PCIe x16
NETWORK: Onboard Gigabit LAN Network
OS: None - FORMAT HARD DRIVE ONLY
POWERSUPPLY: 600 Watts - Corsair SF600 Fully Modular 80 PLUS GOLD Certified High Performance SFX Power Supply
REMOTE: Mini QWERTY Keyboard with Touchpad
SOUND: HIGH DEFINITION ON-BOARD 7.1 AUDIO
VIDEO: EVGA GeForce® GTX 1080 Superclocked ACX 3.0 Edition 8GB GDDR5X
PRICE: $1379 shipped
You are going for a 1TB HDD instead of Intel 540S 480 SSD which costs around $130, with total cost is just $12 chepaer. So better get the SSD and add an 1TB HDD by yourself which you can find at $40 bucks.
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This time I tried to Build a rig based on GTX 1080 at budget for the best 4K experience. I have posted several GTX 1070 builds from CyberpowerPC and iBuypower and in fact they are active till now. Prices are below $1250, you can check by searching Syber Xtreme in Slickdeals only.
This one is for a more powerful Build.
Gotcha. Was not faulting your build, by any means ;-)
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Nice specs for the price. Probably couldn't build it on your own for much cheaper considering how hard it is to get a 1080 for a decent price. How much is it to upgrade to 6700k? Is it stock cpu cooler?
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Nice specs for the price. Probably couldn't build it on your own for much cheaper considering how hard it is to get a 1080 for a decent price. How much is it to upgrade to 6700k? Is it stock cpu cooler?
$40 for 6700K, already mentioned in the post, check the last section. And yes, it is stock cooler, but you can add a Zalman low profile air cooler @ $22 extra.
Due to small size (SFF form factor) of this rig, big Air coolers or any water coolers can't be fitted into this. The Zalman cooler provided will not provide good cooling for 6700K overclocking. Check the suggestion portion where I have explained this already.
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I bought a Zeus Mini about a week back when there was a previous deal running. Equipped it with an i6700k and 1070 FTW (they were out of stock on the 1080's and I needed the build rushed for a project).

Really happy with the overall build quality. I've built maybe 20-30 machines in the past and have generally preferred to go that route. This time around, I didn't have time to do a build but wanted a machine with the same components that I would've bought if I were doing the build. Very nice and tidy on the inside, no loose cards or poorly positioned cables.

The Zeus Mini is a pretty small form factor and the CPU runs a bit hot, even on water, to the point where I probably wouldn't consider overclocking much more than the smallest amount. In fact, I applied a negative Vcore offset to keep the voltage around 1.22v at stock rather than the 1.35v it was hitting with Auto vcore. That helped bring the temps down a decent amount.

After some fan tweaking, I was able to get a decent overclock on the 1070 FTW. About 125mhz on the core and 350mhz on the ram. Doesn't seem to temp throttle under load, but it definitely runs on the warm side.

One note with these small form factors, I went with a Corsair RM650i because it seemed like a good high quality psu. It has a "feature" where the fan doesn't spin up unless you're pulling more than roughly 40% power load. Given how tightly packed this system is, I'd rather have a fan that's spinning all of the time, at least at a low rpm just to help the airflow.

Happy with the build overall and interacting with Cyberpower has been a good experience.
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Quote from WolfieSenior View Post :
I bought a Zeus Mini about a week back when there was a previous deal running. Equipped it with an i6700k and 1070 FTW (they were out of stock on the 1080's and I needed the build rushed for a project).

Really happy with the overall build quality. I've built maybe 20-30 machines in the past and have generally preferred to go that route. This time around, I didn't have time to do a build but wanted a machine with the same components that I would've bought if I were doing the build. Very nice and tidy on the inside, no loose cards or poorly positioned cables.

The Zeus Mini is a pretty small form factor and the CPU runs a bit hot, even on water, to the point where I probably wouldn't consider overclocking much more than the smallest amount. In fact, I applied a negative Vcore offset to keep the voltage around 1.22v at stock rather than the 1.35v it was hitting with Auto vcore. That helped bring the temps down a decent amount.

After some fan tweaking, I was able to get a decent overclock on the 1070 FTW. About 125mhz on the core and 350mhz on the ram. Doesn't seem to temp throttle under load, but it definitely runs on the warm side.

One note with these small form factors, I went with a Corsair RM650i because it seemed like a good high quality psu. It has a "feature" where the fan doesn't spin up unless you're pulling more than roughly 40% power load. Given how tightly packed this system is, I'd rather have a fan that's spinning all of the time, at least at a low rpm just to help the airflow.

Happy with the build overall and interacting with Cyberpower has been a good experience.
Thanks for sharing your experience and good to hear the deal I have posted, help you to build your rig. Will it be possible for you to post some pictures of the rig of yours? I have experience with Syber Vapor and their normal Desktop builds but never saw a Zeus Mini. If you can post some pics and possibly some internal shots, that would be great.
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