CyberpowerPC Gamer Master Gaming PC, AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz CPU, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB, 16GB DDR4, 512GB Pci-E Nvme SSD, WiFi Ready & Win 10 Home
PROS: – Easy to execute, everything was built correctly.
Cons: – It runs on the warm side when some games run. I think specifically when RTX functions are activated. I noticed that it was hot when I played Control and a ray tracing mod I had for Minecraft, but it didn’t reach dangerous levels. You might consider updating the cooling system at some time.
Overall rating: I recommend this PC. Although it gets a little hot in some games, it was not a real problem for me, and even with standard fans, it will probably be useful for most people. It should be mentioned that the CPU heatsink is connected to the motherboard with a backplane. So, if you want to remove it to check the thermal grease or what you have, keep in mind that the back panel will probably come out and you will have to open the other side of the tower to put it back in place. This scared me a little when I couldn’t replace the cooling unit, but my only other PC didn’t have that backplane, so I thought I’d mention it.