Comments about SkyTech Blaze II Gaming Computer PC Desktop – Ryzen 5 2600 6-Core 3.4 GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6G, 500G SSD, 8GB DDR4, RGB, AC WiFi, Windows 10 Home 64-bit

SkyTech Blaze II Gaming Computer PC Desktop – Ryzen 5 2600 6-Core 3.4 GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6G, 500G SSD, 8GB DDR4, RGB, AC WiFi, Windows 10 Home 64-bit

Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 6-Core 3. 4 GHz (3. 9 GHz Max Boost) processor Motherboard: A320M Motherboard Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB Video Card (Brand may vary) Memory: 8GB DDR4 3000 Gaming Memory with Heat Spreader Power Supply: 500 Watt 80 PLUS Certified Power Supply SSD: 500GB SSD – Up to 30x Faster Than Traditional HDD Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit Case: Skytech mATX Mid-Tower Tempered Glass Gaming Case Fans: 4 x 120mm Ring RGB Fans


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When I ordered this pc for my newly purchased Vive Pro, there were no reviews on Amazon for this Skytech gaming desktop (called "The Beast"). I was a little nervous. Also, I thought that perhaps I should go for a lower end gaming PC and settle for a GTX 1060 (the minimum required graphics processor according to Microsoft).

BUT... I decided not to compromise on the graphics, and I purchased The Beast. This computer ROCKS! Where can you get a GTX 1080 in a PC for just a bit over 1 grand?

It took me a while to set up my Vive Pro hardware, but The Sky Tech Beast was a piece of cake - like any other new PC. I unscrewed the hand-screws for the clear cover, removed the shipping foam that keeps the graphics processor from bouncing around (30-seconds of extra setup time), and I was ready to turn it on!

The Vive Pro runs even better than the system I tried at the Microsoft Store! I have to say that the 1080 GTX must make a difference, because the graphics were just... PERFECT. No gliching. Totally smooth frame rates.

I ran the SteamVR tour, several free backgrounds, TheBlu and Space Pirates. TOTALLY AMAAAAZING.

I had guy and girl-friends try the games, and they all loved the VR experience. I told them to look this computer up on Amazon. Amazing price. AMAAAAZING experience.

Skytech, thank you for making my VR experience SO INCREDIBLY SMOOTH. This experience made me realize that this is not GAMING; IT IS TRAVEL. Yes, humanity has mastered VR gaming/travel. It is like having a STARGATE in your garage. CRAZY!!!

Exceeds my expectations. Haven't purchased a gaming rig in a long time. Wiring is nicely done, comes with room for upgrades (I do plan on installing a secondary HD and a DVD drive), the case itself is big, at 21" tall, and 9.7" wide, I was just able to fit this into my old computer cart.

I've had it for about a week now, everything runs smooth, installed Star Wars Battlefront, State of Decay 2, Metro 2033, Mass Effect Andromeda, Everspace - have these games on ultra settings, and I'm amazed with the performance and detail. Two of those games are Xbox Live 'play anywhere' titles and I was stunned..., in comparison with playing both games on an Xbox One, this Skytech Rampage PC made me realize I've been missing out! Big time. With the other peripherals I've paired with this computer (see picture)- I'm in gaming heaven. Phone off, work... Never.

First time getting a gaming PC. Was nervous as hell. The package was huge. way bigger than i expected. Real easy to get started. I'm currently downloading ESO. Will let you know how that plays. Don't hesitate buy it.

Just got PC today. Setup was easy, looks super nice & clean. Was easy to get it up & running. 2 minor issues. It's missing antenna for WIFI.. so wifi isn't really working well at this moment. And they sent power cable that's for 220v. 2nd one wasn't an issue for me since I have tons of PC power cables lying around.

Contacted support, they responded quickly saying they'll send antennas. As long as they do send it to me quick, I'll be happy with this purchase. So far so good and will update in few days.

It’s been years since I bought a new PC. This thing is awesome!

Lightning fast boot up.
Plays any game I’ve thrown at it on high graphics settings.
The case is easy to add additional components to and the cables have been expertly managed.

I love this computer and I’m excited that it will last me a long time.

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I'm very satisfied with this computer! I've had it about 2 months so far, and taking into account its ultra-low noise level, speedy performance, and overall quality-of-build I have to say it's the best online PC purchase I've ever made.

Full disclosure, I do not use this for high-res gaming very often. I primarily use it for audio/video editing, running a plex server for my home, basic business tasks, and the like. Obviously, not the most strenuous tasks for a PC, though running multiple 4k streams simultaneously isn't the lightest load in the world and this computer handles it flawlessly. I was in the market for a solid, all-around PC that offered high performance at a low price point; I'm somewhat of a technically-inclined fella and it's nice to have a PC that can grow with you a bit rather than constrain you.

I can't believe that this thing only cost $700! It arrived very well-packaged, with ultra-clean assembly and wiring. Boot up was simple and easy; All components that should've been included were indeed present, with all specs matching what was advertised, and I was pleasantly surprised to find it included a wired keyboard and mouse with colored LEDs (solid quality peripherals, clearly aping Ra*er peripherals though with cheaper build quality). Airflow through the chassis is impressive, and putting your hand anywhere on the chassis you don't feel any heat much above room-temp. With how cool and silently it runs, if it weren't for the LEDs it would be difficult to tell when it's powered on. The look of the chassis will likely be the biggest possible detraction, simply because it has a very distinct and highly-stylized look complete with bright blue LEDs. Speaking of LEDs, that's the only thing I have that might resemble a gripe about this computer: I don't know if or how you can turn off the LEDs of the tower while leaving the computer powered on. There may be a button or a switch somewhere that I can't find. But it's a minor gripe for such a powerful and affordable computer that arrives with no real bloatware to speak of.

I haven't encountered any real issue with the computer yet, and I enjoy it more every day! Very happy with this purchase, and rather grateful that I bought this rather than a slightly more expensive computer I was eyeballing.

Being a guy that really likes to milk my PCs until it becomes an antique dinosaur, this purchase (Skytech Rampage) was by far the best thing I could have bought. My old AMD A10 with 8gb DDR3 and running with on board Radeon R7 graphics just didn't have enough horsepower to run modern games (FarCry, Battlefield,...etc). Too old to upgrade; so I bought a new computer.

What's not to like! First off, let me say this computer is was well put together. Excellent cable management and quality parts were used. It runs quite with the 120mm fans and has lots of room in the case to grow. I have to say I did put in a new GTX 1660 graphics card, DVD, and power supply (but to be honest the PC would have been very capable running with the original GTX 1060). This black Friday I will probably pick up another SSD drive and/or more RAM. Case allows easy access from both sides with lots of places to hide cables.

What is extra nice is there is no bloatware. Just windows and a few other apps to help overclock. I have not tried to contact tech support but they did load a Skytech support app that comes across as pretty cool. It looks real easy for them to take control and evaluate support problems with some deal of confidence. End users have a tendency to over exaggerate things and often do not have a clue what they are doing over just phone (yep, that describes me at times :-) ). But if the pros can actually get on your PC and dig into exactly what is going on, it is definitely the best way to go.

I do have to say there is one thing that I found a little sub-par. It is the lame light up keyboard. At first, I was pretty impressed... So cool that it glows in a rainbow of colors. But the actual functional part is not so great. I much prefer my old Microsoft ergonomic keyboard. The Skytech keyboard included feels/sounds clunky and the worse part is that is stays lit up even after the computer is powered down. The mouse too stays lit. At night my entire computer room is lit up like some eerie haunted house. I know there is a way to turn the damn thing off but I just can't figure it out (maybe this will give me a chance to use the SkyTech support app).

Overall... Great gaming computer. Great price. Well made. And even looks cool (except for annoying keyboard)!
Skytech is going to be my go-to place when buying my next PC.

The package was bigger than expected but the tower itself was pretty light. Setup was super easy. The tower contains four fans that all run relatively quiet.

It runs all the games at ultra settings (Skyrim at 35 degrees Celsius, CSGO at 40 degrees Celsius) I wanted it to run at 60 fps+. The CPU runs cool at an idle temperature of 30 degrees Celsius. So far, I haven't had an issue with overheating.

The only issue I have is that in the description it says you will receive a RGB keyboard. In the picture, that is not the case at all (missing FN key). Tech support TBD.

I’m very impressed with everything about this PC, it’s performs great, was easy to setup, and has some decent specs. And I knew since I was buying a budget machine I would be required to make some upgrades to it. One of the first upgrades you’d likely have to make is adding a HDD, since the 500GB SSD won’t be enough for most. And another upgrade would be the power supply. It came with a 500W Thermaltake Smart series PSU, which isn’t really meant for gaming or heavy use. That doesn’t stop me from recommending this PC though. Im very impressed with performance, setup, and just general quality. But as I’ve said, just keep another 150 aside for upgrades, especially if you plan to use it as a gaming machine (as I’d assume most would)

Bought this for my sons and I. They like online first-person shooters, and I'm into real-time strategy games. So far so good! The PC is a powerhouse compared to our old one, and it is aesthetically pleasing to boot. No bloat-ware, which is a plus. Comes with most recent version of Windows. No CD/DVD drive (although those are cheap nowadays), and no mouse (although the product description says it should come with a gaming mouse... that is the only reason I docked it one star).

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Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 6-Core 3. 4 GHz (3. 9 GHz Max Boost) processor Motherboard: A320M Motherboard Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 TI 6GB Video Card (Brand may vary) Memory: 8GB DDR4 3000 Gaming Memory with Heat Spreader Power Supply: 500 Watt 80 PLUS Certified Power Supply SSD: 500GB
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