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CyberpowerPC Desktop PC Gamer Ultra 2145 AMD FX-Series FX-8120 (3.1 GHz) 8 GB DDR3 1 TB HDD Windows 8 64-Bit

  • AMD FX-Series FX-8120 (3.1 GHz)
  • 8 GB DDR3 1 TB HDD
  • Windows 8 64-Bit
  • AMD Radeon HD 6670

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Gavin W.
  • 4/21/2014 11:25:28 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsVery good beginner gaming rig

Pros: Very light. Can handle most games on 1024x768 on high ~ ultra (1920x1080 at anywhere between low~medium specs). Never has issues with over heating. Very space efficient, perfect for upgrades. Comes with overclocking programs. 12 USB ports. Very strong computing power. Rarely every becomes non responsive due to CPU intensity. Very sleek case.

Cons: After about the 7~8 months I've owned this I've started noticing a couple malfunctions regarding the motherboard and graphics card. Comes with AMD Radeon 6670 which occasionally makes display extremely buggy. The computer itself has become somewhat sluggish and slow to boot, even with complete coverage of anti-malware/virus programs and constant upkeep.

Other Thoughts: Awesome starter gaming rig. Cheap and effective. Plenty of room for upgrades. Would recommend to anybody with low budget and high hopes.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for your most recent purchase of a CyberpowerPC gaming computer. We are glad to hear the system is able to support your games with no problem. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at our technicals support line at 888/937-5582 or you can email us at

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  • Andrew B.
  • 5/2/2013 6:13:36 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsno title

Pros: Everything works great. Very fast! Boots up in under 30 seconds

Cons: Thermaltake case sucks up dust faster than I can clean it but I can't complain it has excellent air flow.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for your most recent purchase of a CyberpowerPC gaming computer. We are glad to be part of your gaming needs and hope you can enjoy all your games on our system. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at our techical support line at 888/937-5582 or you can reach vial email at

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/14/2013 3:48:25 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsReview-Update: System Now Does as it Should

Pros: The specs are good, the price is right for the system, and it can handle applications. Not only that, you have TEN USB-Slots in the back, and an additional two in the front, generally more than most people will probably ever need, depending on how many peripherals you choose to connect to your system.

All of the installation CDs that all systems should ever come with come with this system (back-up for your O/S, drivers for your components, etc). Whilst I did initially have trouble with the Windows 8 O/S at first with an old game, I simply decided to replace it instead with Windows 7, because I feel that Windows 7 is more of a capable O/S than Windows 8 (I will keep my thoughts as to what MicroSoft was thinking to myself other than the fact that the Win8 O/S seems to be geared towards the belief that all systems will go mobile in the future... almost like the world will somehow be so ridiculously expensive for everybody to live in that nobody will be able to afford to live in a space that can fit an actual desk-top any more & that everything will have to be on mobile-devices).

Gaming Capabilities: Even on the highest graphics-settings, you can get some beautiful display, although that's probably partly because of the type of monitor I have (one of those discontinued models from NEC).

Ventilation: The ventilation is as you would expect on a gaming system.

I know there are a lot of other positives but I cannot think of them all at the moment. Only thing I would really change on the design of this system is to have a keyboard with back-light capabilities & for its internal-cables to not be so thick or at least snaked around some other part of the system so that they don't get pinched if you have to open it for some reason & somehow need to put the side-covers back with all of those wires/cables bundled together.

Yes, this is a fast system, and it should be fast, because it's an Eight-Core (although I was having a few issues which I will address in the other sections and what I did to rectify those problems). Also, the manufacturer seems to be supportive and, although I haven't contacted them in response, I believe it is only fair for me to "update" my review as I am aware that it can affect sales (but portal-sites like NewEgg must always have reviews that are unbiased in order to maintain credibility of the product-lines & sellers), thus why I am only going to knock off one egg for reasons that will be explained in the other sections.

Cons: The internal-cables/wires are somewhat bundled on the inside to the side, and I had finally identified the problem(s) that was/were causing my system to auto-shut-off at random if I loaded TWO games/applications SIMULTANEOUSLY that were BOTH of the VERY CPU AND Graphics-Intensive nature, after I had installed a second Hard-Disk Drive into the system, one of the reasons being was because it was difficult to put the side-cover back on without "pinchin" the wires/cables together, and yes, I believe that such things "can" have an affect on whether your electronics work properly or not.

For now, I am just leaving the cover off, and I haven't had any major problems since then, but there were also TWO OTHER reason why my system seemed to auto-shut-off; I had my system set up near a wall on top of my side-desk in such a manner where one of the ventillation-windows (the side-casing part) was cut off, although the top-side ventillation was /mostly/ uncovered; the other factor was that my room-temperature was also fairly high since my current residence can have a rather cold climate if I do not have a heater on in my room, otherwise I haven't run into any serious problems (except for once) since I've made the adjustments to keep all circulation/ventillation clear, leave the side-cover off so as to not pinch the wires, and paying attention to my room-temperature so as to not risk potentially over-heating the CPU when I'm running multiple CPU/graphics-intensive applications.

There's only one other doesn't seem to record clearly; I am not certain whether it is just a defective component of the video-card itself, possible damage from when my system may have potentially gotten over-heated before I rectified the problems, or some other reason, but I do have another desk-top system upstairs where I can switch out the video-cards & test to see whether it's the video-card or not (whether such cases are covered under warranty I'll need to probably check with & contact the manufacturer if it turns out to be the case... otherwise these are the only real cons that I've thus far encountered and I doubt that the average user will encounter the cons that I did).

Periodic Frame-Freezes: Whilst I did have periods of time when the system would hang for a bit whilst processing something CPU-intensive, I think that may have been mainly due initially to high temperatures due to a bit of ventillation-blockage, combined with the room-temperature itself being a bit higher than normal. Fortunately, that hasn't been happening too often now since I've made the necessary trouble-shooting adjustments, and what-ever else I've been doing seems to be getting the system to continue working more & more the way I think it should be working.

Other Thoughts: I still prefer Windows 7 over Windows 8. I also like keyboards with back-lights (the keyboard doesn't have a back-light but that is probably irrelevant for this review). The egg that was knocked off was mainly because of how crowded the internal-cables are if a user needs to open up the system for some reason to upgrade/install another internal-HDD since it seems to be difficult to put the casing back on without squeezing/pinching those cables between the case-cover & chassis when putting the side-cover back on.

This is a review-update (I had an initial review that was initially less-favourable than this one, and the manufacturer gave a response, but I think that review should now be replaced with this review instead [not sure how two reviews on the same product from the same owner work on New-Egg yet though]).

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for you rencent purchase of a brand new CyberpowerPC gaming computer. We are glad that the computer can function the way it needs to. We are sorry for the issue with the wires, we welcome any type of feedback that can help us better or service, build, and support. Please feel free to contact us at 888/397-5582 or you can reach us at if you have any other questions our concerns.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/30/2013 7:15:32 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNot for Hard-Core Multi-Task Gaming

Pros: The specs are good and 1TB is a lot of HDD-space for most people. System has several extra PCI slots available for upgrades or additional devices, plenty of USB slots (probably more USB-slots than you'll ever really need), and has a nice design, along with all of the necessary discs that should always come with any computer. Graphical-display capabilities are good (provided it's done with only one application at a time).

Cons: System is unable to handle serious work-loads & seems to randomly shut down if activities are too CPU-intensive. Sometimes there will be long periods of frame-freezing before the CPU seems to be able to finish processing a semi-intensive task. Comes with Windows 8 (I would strongly advise serious gamers against picking up Windows 8 Systems & instead go with systems that are pre-installed with Windows 7 since Windows 8 isn't exactly a good O/S for high-end game-purposes).

Other Thoughts: I did add a second internal HDD to this system so there may have been some adjustments done in-between that might be causing the system to malfunction when it gets too CPU-intensive, however, I was also dis-satisfied with the Windows 8 O/S since it was both clunky & caused various glitches with some of my applications that normally don't happen under Windows 7, thus I also replaced the O/S with Windows 7, once I put in the second internal HDD.

According to my CPUID Hardware Monitor software, the temperatures for the Cores seem to run between a min(low) and max(high) of 56°C(132°F) to 69°C(155°F) since my current/last session and is averaging around 64-5°C(148-9°F)... this goes for ALL of the cores (not just one or two). I can't really recommend this system for serious hard-core gamers who want to multi-task high-end CPU-intensive activities but on the other hand it seems to be able to handle anything you load on it with a decent speed provided you don't "multi-task" multiple programs that are very CPU-intensive according to my experiences with this system thus far.

I don't believe that upgrading the internals should have had too much of an effect on performance as I had described in the cons, however, I am taking that in as a factor as to what may be affecting this system's performance, although I have never had this happen on any previous system that I have ever owned (randomly shutting off during high CPU-intensive activities)... even for all of my laptops in the past (unless the laptops were over-heating).

I will double-check to see if there's anything I can do to ensure that the system doesn't auto-shut-off at random, like I described, perhaps I just need to open the side-casing & have a literal extra fan blowing into it to keep the CPU-temperatures low, change the way that I have the power-cords plugged in (perhaps directly into the wall rather than through a power-surge-strip), make sure everything inside is (re-)connected properly, etc.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

I apologize for the issue you are having with the computer. When issues do arise, please allow our technicians to troubleshoot the issue otherwise we can always assist in retrieving the system back for service. The system comes with a warranty and the parts can be simply replace. We will be glad to help replace a defective component or help service the system, which ever is needed to resolve the issue. Please contact us directly by email to for direct support or contact our direct line at 888/937-5582. Be sure to also include your full contact information since we do not have any information if the product has not yet been register.

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  • Susan B.
  • 3/11/2013 6:10:04 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat Low
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwsome Pc

Pros: runs great Excellent Graphics fast start up runs W.O.W. great and Diablo 3 great and excellent pc to build on

Cons: none so far

Other Thoughts: Id recomend this pc great starter pc

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