It was a bargain! The computer is ready to use as soon as it arrives at your home (no assembly required!). I could switch to liquid cooling someday, but the computer is pretty quiet right now. The three fans at the front and the fan at the back and the ventilation slots at the top keep the PC surprisingly cool. I had no problems with overheating. With regard to the GTX 1070 graphics card, I have been able to play all games with graphic configurations without problems with the higher configurations. My friend and I played Squad, Hunt: The Showdown and Dying Light, among others, and I had no problems with frame rate. The Intel 4.2 GHz i7-7700k processor and 16 GB of RAM can run multiple applications at the same time.
Usually, there are 6 applications running in the game on average. Anyway, this is not much, but it can still handle the load. I really have no disappointments with this PC. Aesthetically, I find that the PC looks great, although these are really only personal preferences. So far, this computer has been able to handle all the workloads I have thrown at it and handle them with great success. I definitely recommend this PC to anyone who is a PC game enthusiast or who has been playing for a long time, or to someone who is only entering PC games. This computer has better statistics than most of the brand’s computers on the market for much less and the performance is excellent! VR ready and full of power, you can’t go wrong with this one!
Cyber Power PC is an excellent computer that offers high speed and a seemingly excellent graphics card. The computer was bought for its high memory, fast processor and ability to run multiple programs at the same time. The computer is designed for use with a high quality medical imaging monitor (for practice) for radiology.
The design of the tower is absolutely impressive; The keyboard design is ergonomic and very robust. I will also add that I am absolutely in love with the mouse.
As it seems now, the CPU is best served with a high quality monitor, since this is too “elegant” for a normal old monitor (which was tested with a ViewSonic monitor from an earlier model, and the resolution for the text appeared to be better than I would write the colors of the rainbow).
I didn’t find it particularly easy to use to boot and use the ‘User Guide’, but I will attribute this to the fact that I am by no means a computer guru.