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System: Intel Core i5-7400 3.0GHz | Intel B250 Express Chipset | 8GB DDR4 | 1TB HDD | Genuine Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 580 4GB Video Card | 1 x HDMI | 1 x DisplayPort
Connectivity: 5 x USB 3.1 | 2 x USB 2.0 | 1 x RJ-45 Network Ethernet 10/100/1000 | 802.11AC Wi-Fi | Audio: 7.1 Channel | Keyboard and Mouse
Special Feature: 802.11 AC Wi-Fi
Warranty: 1 Year Parts & Labor Warranty | Free Lifetime Tech Support
NOTE: Refer the Instructional Video from image section before use which is highly essential.
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CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Extreme VR GXiVR8020A4 w/Intel i5-7400 3.0GHz CPU, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, AMD RX 580 4GB, 802.11 AC Wi-Fi Adapter, Win 10 Home 64-Bit.
: Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
|RAM||8 GB DIMM|
|Hard Drive||1024 GB Mechanical Hard Drive|
|Graphics Coprocessor||RX 580|
|Card Description||Video Card: AMD RX 580 4GB|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||4 GB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||5|
|Item model number||GXiVR8020A4|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home|
|Item Weight||30.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.5 x 7.9 x 17.9 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||18.46 x 7.87 x 17.89 inches|
|Color||Video Card: AMD RX 580 4GB|
|Processor Brand||CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme GXIVR8020A4 Desktop Gaming PC (Intel i5-7400 3.0GHz, AMD RX 580 4GB, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB 7200RPM HDD, WiFi, Win 10 Home), Black|
|Computer Memory Type||DDR4 SDRAM|
|Hard Drive Interface||Serial ATA-600|
|Hard Drive Rotational Speed||7200 RPM|
|Optical Drive Type||None|
1,716 customer reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars
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#165 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
|Shipping Weight||30.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Domestic Shipping||Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.|
|International Shipping||This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More|
|Date First Available||July 5, 2017|
October 4, 2017
Specs on the one I received are as follows:
CPU: Intel core i5 7400
Motherboard: ASUS Prime B250M-A (MSI B250M bazooka is the one pictured as far as I can tell)
GPU: MSI RX 580 4GB ARMOR (pictured in ad as far as I can tell)
RAM: 2x4GB sticks of ADATA 2400
PSU: ATNG POWER CO., LTD MODEL: ATM-500FB (not specified in ad and I couldnt find any specs or reviews online)
HDD: Western Digital Blue 1TB 7200 RPM
Case fans: Apevia branded
Case: Aluminum (I believe) with acrylic front and side panels. Cooler Master: Master Box lite 5
Pros: Quality parts except for the lack of a name brand PSU. I couldn’t build this on pcpartpicker for the same price so good value. Good cable management, especially for a non modular PSU. Plenty of room to expand if you wanted to add an SSD or more ram, MB also supports intel Optane and has 2 m.2 slots. The case is beautiful in my opinion and the acrylic panels are slightly tinted, which I like very much because the light isn’t too bright from the fans, and it looks almost solid black when the pc is turned off. Plenty of USB 3.0 connections as well. The MB I received in mine also has 1 USB 3.1 type C port on the back.
Cons: Mine is missing one screw on the motherboard to the case. The standoff is there just no screw (this really bothers me).
Also there were multiple twist ties used in the cable management, some zip ties were used as well but I would prefer if only zip ties were used so as not to risk having exposed metal wire floating around in the case. I would like to have seen a better PSU. The lack of any information at all online leads me to believe this is probably not a very good power supply, I would atleast like to know what temp it is rated for as well as if it has any protections such as OVP, OCP, UVP, OPP, SCP.
The keyboard definitely isn’t the highest quality, but the one I received works just fine. Only complaint I have about it is it is a bit noisy when typing. I do like the mouse though, it has adjustable weights and feels pretty good overall. I do believe they could have included a better PSU though since a decent 450 watt can be had for around $40. My biggest complaint is the missing MB screw, it just really bothers me that it isn’t completely mounted. So while for the most part good quality parts were used (except PSU), the quality of their assembly isn’t the greatest which is the reason for only 3 stars.
UPDATE: So I’ve had this pc for almost 2 months now and it still performs as expected. I replaced the PSU in mine with a EVGA 450 watt that I ordered at the same time as the pc so I can’t comment on the reliability of the PSU that came in it. The GPU that came in mine is the factory overclocked version running at 1366mhz core clock and 1750mhz memory clock. I have mine overclocked and stable at 1396mhz core clock and 1800mhz memory clock. I’ll provide the benchmarks I ran running at the stock speeds.
Unigine Heaven Ultra settings 1080p: average 98.8 fps
Unigine Valley Ultra settings 1080p: average 86.5 fps
Firestrike free version: graphics test 1: 64.58 fps. graphics test 2: 54.72 fps
Skydiver free version: graphics test 1 202.72 fps. graphics test 2: 182.44 fps
The only game I really play on this pc is SMITE, which I believe is capped at 150 fps and this pc maintains that the entire time I’m playing.
Now for the customer service. When I wrote this review Cyberpower left a comment which is the reason I contacted them about the missing screw in the first place. The person I spoke with asked me some questions and asked me for a picture to see where the screw was missing, which i provided (and will post in this review update as well). After a few days I got a reply stating that there didn’t appear to be a standoff behind the motherboard and reminded me that not all motherboards in all cases use every hole for a screw, but if I felt like I could install it myself they would send it anyway. I didn’t realize they wanted a picture to determine if there should be a screw (because they didn’t say that), only that they wanted to see if there was a screw. It irks a little when you know for a fact there is a standoff there because you can see it with your own eyes right in front of you. So I took another picture from a different angle so they could see the threads of the standoff (also posted in this update) and sent it to them. After 20 days I still didn’t have a reply so I wondered if maybe for some reason they didn’t receive my last email so I sent another email to inquire. I was told that they sent the package but UPS lost it and that they would send another one. 14 days after that I still didn’t have a package, but I did receive an email from someone else in their tech support department with a survey about their customer service. I took the survey and told about my experience so far and received an email with tracking information for a package that was shipped the day I took the survey. I find it unlikely that UPS would lose both of the first 2 packages and wonder if they were even sent at all. I suppose I’ll never know, but the 3rd package arrived in less than a week and contained a packet with a few screws and standoffs and a Cyberpower mouse pad as well. So while my experience with the first person was horrible, the person who sent and reviewed the survey (known to me only as Cyberpower tech support employee who sent me a survey) was wonderful. And also ………the keyboard has grown on me.
Update 2: Ok I’m gonna try this again lol. I tried to update this review a while ago but for some reason it didn’t take. So I’ve had the PC for 6 months now. I know some other users have had some cooling issues and I have run into them myself now in certain situations. So If I run Unigine’s Heaven or Valley benchmarks non stop the temps on the GPU will continue to rise. Mine got into the high 80’s before I shut off the benchmarks and the temps were still rising. The reason for the high temps is the lack of airflow. I know another review mentioned leaving the side panel hanging open but I would not recommend this. For one thing the thumb screws are plastic. But more importantly the lack of a side panel means air wont flow through the case very well. The CPU and GPU fans may be open but the only air flowing over the RAM and VRMs is the air from the case fans. Now in regular use the temps stay well within spec but in certain situations such as cryptocurrency mining or when playing graphics intensive and/or unoptimized games the temps can creep up. When I play graphics intensive games or mine Ethereum I remove the front panel. The front panel is pretty restrictive of airflow since it only has 2 small vents, one on top and one on the bottom. With the panel removed there is no restriction at all to the front case fans and I can run the GPU at 100% constantly and overclocked with no cooling problems at all and excellent air flow through the case. I can play any game and I’m not afraid to leave the PC on mining Ethereum while I sleep. To remove the front panel all you have to do is place one hand on top of the PC and Pull on the bottom of the front panel with the other. It may take a bit of force but don’t worry it’s supposed to. To replace it simply line it up and pop the top back in then the bottom. I mentioned mining Ethereum. I mine while I’m asleep and while I’m not playing any graphics intensive games. I can even mine and play some games like Black Squad at the same time with no problems whatsoever. I let the PC mine for over a week without a break and the temp never exceeded 70 degrees Celsius while mining and 72 while mining and gaming at the same time with the front panel off. The only issue you may have without a front panel is dust but in my opinion it hasn’t made much of a difference and it won’t as long as you clean your PC regularly. Once every 6 months to a year should be fine. I am considering making a filter with some mesh and magnets. It shouldn’t be a big deal to place a screen behind the front case fans and cooling is excellent without the front panel. It looks pretty cool too. Also if you plan on doing some mining make sure you have the latest driver from AMD Radeon and that you have it set to compute instead of graphics. I also have a better overclock since the newest driver release. I now have my GPU running at 1420Mhz core clock and 2050Mhz memory clock. For mining I leave the core clock at stock speed and run the memory at 2050Mhz and I get around 26.5 Mh/s. I will also leave comparison photos of how the PC looks with and without the front panel. Hope this review helps you and if you have any questions feel free to leave one in the comments and I’ll do my best to answer it for you 🙂
A bit of research and I was about to buy another Dell when I checked Amazon to see what they have to offer and I found this system. The price is very impressive for the specs it has. I was also trying to build my new system and I could not touch the price..
This system has a good amount of expandability and it has a 7th gen processor the I5 is very good and as time passes you could put in an I7 as the price drops. The price will drop as the 8th gen chips are out. the memory is expandable to 64 gigs. One of the first upgrades would be to 12 or 16 gigs minimum. And there is enough expansion slots to add 2 to 4 drives depending on which ones you add (2.5 or 3.5).
The graphic card is a very good card to play all games to what degree I will update once I have some of my games installed. The 4 gigs keeps you in the games for sometime down the road an upgrade to an 8 gig card would be a good move.
The system is quiet very quiet I can not hear any fan noise from it at all. I have not run any intense games but so far it is running smooth and quiet and the light display is great makes it look sharp. Air flow is pretty good also I do not know if this is unique since I have not built a system in a while but all the drive bays are on the lower quarter of the case at the bottom along with the power supply. This allows for the intake and exhaust to flow though the system with almost no interruption.
Some of the system and included info is a miss print. There are only 4 usb 3 ports two on the front and two on the rear not six as the product page says. The other error in the setup instructions it says the Windows license is on the side of the case it is not and they system will run with out inputting a number.
Over all I love the system so far and again I will update the review as a install and use several programs. To show what you are getting I have included several pictures of my unpacking. Should you buy this system I would say yes and do it soon as the supply of 7th gen chips run out the price may go higher or the system may be sold out.
Day 2 short update. I install the game The Division late last night and set all my setting to the max and I maintained a 60fps the entire game play though. my Alienware Alpha with 8 gigs of ram vs 8 gigs and an I7 4th gen dual core vs I5 7th gen quad core had a hard time maintaining 35fps with setting set on mid. so far very good job
VR Update Well the Fall creator update is out and I applied it to my system and ran the Microsoft Mixed Reality Test program. Everything was past with flying colors (well you do need to add one thing blu-tooth $15.00 from Amazon). I have pre-ordered the Samsung Mixed Reality headset that is coming out Nov. 6. The bad news is Santa says I can not open it until Christmas.
Well here is the after Christmas update. I set up my Samsung Mixed Reality head set to the computer and it works perfectly with it. I installed and played Space Pirates which I have to say is the BEST VR game to play I just love it . I am also playing Arizona Sunshine and Star Trek Bridge Crew. The system drives all of these game with no problem. If you are looking for a system to handle VR this system does it hands down with room to grow Also for Christmas I got Titanfall 2 which is installed and ready for me to give it a try.
This may sound odd, but the thing that impressed me the most was how amazing they did with cable management. Its not just thrown together recklessly, someone actually took the time to feed the cables through back and made it look fabulous. This computer also has enormous amounts of potential. Since its using a Kaby Lake chip, and they use a decent mobo, it makes it a lot easier to just add a newer processor and gpu without having to worry about replacing the mobo.
My only real complaint would be the power supply. I think they went a little cheap on it, however I’ve had no issues with it thus far.
Edit: after a few more days of use I have decided to drop it 2 stars because it doesn’t have very good cooling. When playing certain games with the side panel on my cpu reaches 90+ degrees celcius. That’s pretty bad. Now when I play a game I unscrew the top 2 panel screws and let the side panel hang open. This drops it to about 78 to 72 degrees depending on the application. This still isn’t great, but its a lot better. Why is the top not meshed?
Arma 2 day z mod- 50 to 60fps
Borderlands 2- solid 60 fps with occasional dips to mid 50’s
skyrim- 60 fps obviously