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CyberpowerPC Desktop PC Gamer Xtreme 1335 Intel Core i7 3770k (3.50 GHz) 8 GB DDR3 2 TB HDD Nvidia Geforce GTX 560 2GB Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
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Pros: This PC is exactly what I was looking for. It runs all of my games on high/ultra settings (see note below), without breaking a sweat, and without being loud.

Packaging was good (make sure to open the case first, there may be a foam packing insert). Everything worked right out of the box. Assembly appears to be top-notch--no stripped/missing screws or loose mounts or cables, etc. Even though the power supply isn't modular, the cables are routed very nicely and don't obstruct airflow or other components.

Started right up with a nice, clean Win 7 install without bloatware! Came with the cables I needed to get running, including those that came with the video card (DVI, VGA, etc.). The price is hard to beat for these specs.

Cons: The power supply is cheap, but it works. The keyboard and mouse are super cheap, but I had no intention of using them anyway.

Other Thoughts: I was pleasantly surprised to find an EVGA Superclocked GTX 560 2GB in mine. But you aren't guaranteed a brand (a Zotac card is pictured).

I use dual monitors, both purchased from Newegg at different times. Setup was a breeze (just plugged both into the GTX 560). I switch to a single monitor for gaming--my NEC 23" 1920x1080 (EA232WMI-BK).

The most demanding games I've played are The Witcher 2 (Enhanced), Skyrim, MW3, and I guess Diablo III (no Crysis or BF3--sorry). They all run at high/ultra settings at full resolution without a hitch. I referred to GeForce's Optimize website for settings, and pushed it further when there was room. For example, I enabled SSAO in Witcher 2 (but didn't even try ubersampling; you bascically need a 680 for that). And still well-exceeded 30fps without breaking a sweat. The GPU topped out at a cool 60c under load after hours of play, and the CPU around 50-55c. Can't complain!


Joshua A.'s Profile

Display Name: Joshua A.

Date Joined: 05/08/07

  • Reviews: 1
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  • First Review: 05/29/12
  • Last Review: 05/29/12
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