CyberpowerPC Gamer Supreme Liquid Cool Gaming PC, Intel Core i7-9700K 3.6GHz, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super 8GB, 16GB DDR4, 1TB PCI-E NVMe SSD, WiFi Ready & Win 10 Home
PROS: As the title suggests, I spent 4 hours building mine, and it cost about THOUSAND BUCKS at a price that was 1/3 of its performance compared to this beast and the competitive price of what it offers.
Intel Core I7 9700k: it treats everything smoothly and provides comfortable heat zones below 95 ° C. However, I have connected a seventh fan to the top of the case to keep it cool, although I am considering upgrading to a cooling system Liquid in the future. as well as a possible update of I9.
Geforce RTX 2070: try League of Legends (300 + FPS), Fortnite, Assassins Creed Odyssey, Fallout 4, CoD 4, Guild Wars 2 and almost everything else you throw in Ultra Easy with frames that are more than 300 in certain games lie
SSD: to start Windows quickly
Hard disk: to store applications, games, videos, photos, documents, etc.
-Very quiet, all I heard when I started was spinning the disk on the hard drive until I installed my 120mm fan on the top of the case.
-The interior and overall appearance are beautiful, smooth, cohesive and have room for updates.
CONS: – Front 2 fans blow on the right side of the housing to cool the back of the motherboard and the SSD / HDD. I discovered that this is very tidy, although the ventilation slots seem a bit small, it’s not really a disadvantage, just a meh.
-I had to tighten the WiFi connection ports on the PC to prevent the antennas from twisting the wires inside. It’s no big deal, just a little more strict is all you need.
– While installing a new fan, I felt the need to check the processor fan and make sure that some thermal grease was applied, but it had not spread evenly through the CPU after several game tests and two reference runs while playing Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is running; This quickly heated the system, which led me to install a replacement fan that drove it. I replaced the thermal paste after cleaning the factory mix and seeing a burn mark on the copper heat sink between the old composite lines where they were not fused. So it was a good decision to verify, I think, it was not a big problem.
– Finally, the heat sink fan itself and the fasteners … interesting to say the least, but it was a little scary when reinstalling the CPU, since the shaky but adjustable pins had to be pressed evenly across the board in the four sides and must be turned from above causing a kind of thrust that pushes down the sides of the parts on the back of the board and anchors it in place. The orientation and even the pressure to ensure the fan were slightly irritating, which contributed to my previous thought of replacing it with a liquid cooling system.
Overall rating: I would recommend this at this time based on the capacity and performance offered by the current discount price.
-After about a week, so far so good, I have to say that the CPU cooler needs to be replaced.
-RTX 2070 was made in Taiwan, nothing against.
– During the installation of a secondary graphics card It did not work so well, the HDAUDIO cable is in the way of the fans. If a single fan card works on the thinner side, I am sure there is no GTX 950 ha.
-I only invested in a 3-year protection plan because I still like the overall performance of the PC, although I’m tired and I’m sure.