SkyTech Blaze II Gaming Computer PC Desktop – Ryzen 5 2600 6-Core 3.4 GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6G, 500G SSD, 8GB DDR4, RGB, AC WiFi, Windows 10 Home 64-bit
PROS: this machine is great. I have the white model and with the blue LED it looks so elegant and sexy. The technical data is unreal for this price, especially for the processor. This is a GOOD processor that does not need to be updated unless you want 4k 60 FPS with ultra configurations. For almost everyone else, this processor is a stroke of luck and can do all the best. This is good because processors are difficult to replace compared to RAM or GPU. It’s a very fast start, about 10 seconds, and starting and closing programs is also fast. It is also VERY silent, like everything you’ll hear, the slightest buzz of running, it barely shows, and it’s a big step from my previous team, with the fan running super loud all the time. The graphics card is very decent, although it leaves something to be desired if you want to run all modern games with the maximum configuration, but it is definitely fine for the price. This computer can run most games at a high to medium level, even games that require more hardware. There is no game that you cannot play with this team. It also had very good packaging. There is simply no better offer for these specifications. Even at full price, these computers are a bargain, especially since they give you a small free Xbox game pass worth $ 30.
Cons: There are a couple of handles I have had, but they are smaller. The USB and headphone ports are on the top of the PC, not on the front like most computers. That is, if the cable of your headphones is very short or if you cannot sit and relax comfortably. The length of my headphones was fine, but it also looked a bit odd as it protruded from the top, and I couldn’t help feeling that I could damage the cables if they were bent so much. It probably won’t, but I noticed it and I think it would have been better to place it in front of the CD compartment. I also immediately updated the RAM by adding another 8 GB to the slot (there are only 2 slots available for RAM). When I turned on the PC, 16 GB (7.93 GB usable) was installed, which surprised me for a while before trying to change the RAM locations and then I had access to all my memory. It’s probably not a problem with Skytech, just a computer thing I didn’t know, but when you try to update your RAM, you change places if it doesn’t work.
Overall rating: I could update after playing some more games or if it breaks or something, but a great PC so far. I had trouble giving this product a 4 or 5 star rating. I wish there was a 4.5 star rating. But in the end it became clear to me that this does not deserve 4 stars for the price and technical data, that is, 5 stars. Great Skytech product, I would recommend it to a friend.