Comments about CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR Gaming PC, Intel i5-9400F 2.9GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB, 8GB DDR4, 120GB SSD, 1TB HDD, WiFi Ready & Win 10 Home (GXiVR8060A7, Black)

CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR Gaming PC, Intel i5-9400F 2.9GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB, 8GB DDR4, 120GB SSD, 1TB HDD, WiFi Ready & Win 10 Home (GXiVR8060A7, Black)

Destroy the competition with the CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR series of gaming desktops. The Gamer Xtreme VR series features the latest generation of high performance Intel Core CPUs and DDR RAM to easily handle system intensive tasks, such as high definition video playback. Coupled with powerful discrete video cards and the new intelligent system acceleration Intel Optane Memory, the Gamer Xtreme VR series provides a smooth gaming and multimedia experience.

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I bought the model with the i5-9400F and the GTX 1660. I was looking to build a PC, but this one had everything I wanted for a little less money. First off, the packaging was very tight and everything was secure. The PC lights up when you plug it in and it looks awesome in my opinion. There's a lot of different pre-made color settings that you can choose from using the included remote. All the components look like good manufacturers (ASUS for motherboard, MSI graphics, xpg ram). The fans are very quite. They do make some noise, but hardly.

As for game performance, I've only played Apex Lengends & Overwatch. I was running 75 fps on Apex and 85 fps on Overwatch both on High to Ultra settings. The PC gets warm, but not hot which is fine.

The keyboard and mouse included are good, but nothing exceptional. The mouse has a glow to it, which can be seen in the picture, and it has 4 buttons on the side and 2 dpi buttons on top. I haven't been able to program the buttons though. Keyboard is better than your standard office computer, but nowhere near a mechanical.

The only con if I want to nit pick is that I wish the SSD was at least 250 GB, but it's not a big deal with the 1TB hard drive.

In the end, I'd highly recommend at the price point and especially for a first time gaming PC. Extremely satisfied so far.

ORIGINAL REVIEW: I bought it last week and received it last friday. I didn't open it until today, the first of May,. I was excited but when I plugged in the keyboard, it didn't work. The Cyberpower logo lit up but the keyboard itself didn't work. I went to devices and it didn't show up as a device. AI troubleshooted and did everything I could and it does not work at all!!!! I'm going to try and contact Cyberpowerpc to get a replacement and then I will change this review to a 5 star.

UPDATE: I contacted Cyberpower and got a replacement keyboard. It did take a while to arrive, almost to the point where I thought they didn't send one, but they did. They even sent a huge mousepad to go along with it so that was a bonus. So far, nothing stupid has happened with the computer. It runs ANY GAME at the HIGHEST settings at over 100 fps without overclocking anything. Fastest PC on the market for the price. Buy it and you will not regret it!!!

Ladies and gentlemen, this computer is a GREAT midrange gaming desktop. I’ve had it for about three days now and it came in a very clean package and the system itself was very clean! Runs WoW, OW, LoL, HS, Metro Exodus, etc on high and some ULTRA with very few rates dropped. Apex runs very smooth and clean on it! For a gaming PC this is your most bang for your buck! The case does allow for easy upgrades as well!

My only Con with this PC is that it does tend to get hot inside because the front plate does not allow for that much air to move out. Watch out for that and be mindful of how long you play and just manage it the best you can. Don’t overstress about heating and pay constant attention to it just let it be an afterthought going through your head!

Besides that this PC is great! I absolutely love it so far and will do a 2 month update!

 This pc is great! Being somewhat new to buying a tower as my last computer was a gaming laptop, I can into this experience blind and was only met with exceeded expectations and nice surprises. The box was immaculate and the pc was in excellent condition upon arrival. Coming from a loud laptop the fans on this pc are exceptionally quiet even under load!
I tested a few games being Overwatch, Monster Hunter World and Hearthstone with all running exceptionally well.
I expected long updates and initial boot but within 10 minutes from the easy set up I was up and gaming. This PC is fantastic and did not disappoint.
Coming from someone who typically won’t spend much money towards things I don’t regret this purchase at all.

I am not at all computer savvy. I bought something that I thought would be easy to set up and play. I can’t believe how easy this was.
It had very clear instructions and very few steps to get started.
I mostly play WOW and wanted something for faster, cleaner gameplay. I found everything in this computer. The graphics are outstanding with crisp, clear vistas, the gameplay is fast, and the load times are short. For this price, I couldn’t have asked for a better PC. It even plays better than my gf’s Mac.
I also like that you have the option of changing the computer color or turning it off altogether. It comes with a remote for color modes.
I’m very happy and excited to play. I would highly recommend this for casual gamers.

I was a little skeptical about buying pre-built but I did months of research and I can safely say this computer is incredible for the price.

The GTX 1660ti alone brings this computer up a huge notch seeing as it is the latest in Nvidia's quiet and powerful mid-high end Gpu's. Then if you take into account the intel i5 9400f being the newest in top performing CPU's and for gaming at ultra settings and getting at least 60fps for even games like Overwatch and Sekiro it is an incredible deal. Both of these components would be a great deal but to also get the RGB fans with a color change remote (very cool),a 120g SSD as well as a 1TB hard drive, a 500 watt PSU inside of a beautiful case,and the cable management is some of the best I have ever seen. I can't find anything pre-built for this price that offers more.

The only downsides are that the PSU is locked into a cage at the bottom which if you wish to replace it takes a few extra steps to get into. Also having 8g of RAM is ok, but if you plan on recording games which this PC does an incredible job at you will need to get that extra 8g RAM stick just to help with extra processes and video editing. The only other downside is the wifi adapters are a little loose and could have been installed better but they still work perfectly just a little annoying.

That's about it for 850$ I honestly couldn't find a better deal if you just want to have a great gaming PC you can open up, download some drivers, and start playing the latest games within minutes. The SSD drive is super fast and as long as you don't fill it up with nonsense (use the TB hard drive for that) you will have a very fast PC for the next 5 years minimum.

Highly recommend to anyone who just wants to game now and now get into the nitty-gritty of computer building. I would recommend you take this as a chance to learn as much about hardware and software with your new PC as it's a great hobby and potential career choice. Not to mention it's fun and you'll feel like a car man with a standard that you know how to use and manipualter to your will. Have Fun!

It’s ready to game right out of the box. I’ll skip to the point, I’ve been playing Subnautica: Below Zero on the highest graphic settings with no issue at all. The original Subnautica even has heavy frame drop and loading issues on the PlayStation 4, but on this PC the new version runs flawlessly. Along with this, all other games I have run so far have been able to play on ultra settings with no issue. This is pretty much all I wanted, a PC I don’t have to build myself that can play all my favorite games. However, I didn’t expect to be able to play all my favorite games on the highest graphic settings with this thing. It has exceeded my expectations. The days of building your own PC are over, get one of these and save yourself some stress.

TL;DR: the rough cost of the components is $796.60, not including a case, and it runs beautifully.

This review starts with the simple truth that custom PCs outperform factory-models, and almost always have way more versatility for customization. I built my first computer in 2011. I upgraded the CPU, motherboard, and hard drive around 2015. I decided the time was ripe to upgrade again. My problem is that I'm just not that good at building myself. I relied on friends, and I'd rather avoid soaking up an hour or two of their time while I hover nervously over their shoulder like a kid watching their dad build a bike for them.

So I decided to look into pre-built custom PCs. I found this product through a review on another website, and decided to check out the value of its component parts. Here's the breakdown after some cursory searching:

CPU - Intel i5-9400F: $154.99
Graphics - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB - $249.11
SSD - random 120 GB - $19.99
HDD - random 1 TB - $52.61
RAM - random 8 GB - $34.99
OS - buying Windows 10 like a good boy - $104.99
Motherboard - ASRock b360 - $136.05
PSU - random 500w Rosewill - $42.99
Case - neat LED tower that I couldn't actually find - $???

Just with the known components, and NOT including the tower the parts of this rig will run you $796.60. I paid $800 to have it built for me and shipped. It took me 10 minutes to add an extra 8 GB of RAM and plug in my monitors and peripherals, and after another 10 minutes of Cortana trying to get me to opt into voice command stuff, I was ready to go. For the last six days, it's been running like a dream.

If I could change one thing about this build, I would make it easier to access the hard drives. The 120 GB SSD is pretty small, and I wish I could change it out for a bigger one.

I also can't speak to the tech support or customer service yet - the computer hasn't had any issues.

At the end of the day, if you're willing to invest enough work and research, you could probably build a slightly better computer for slightly less money. You will not find a better deal that involves a professional building it for you, though. I bought this when it was on sale for $800. Cyberpower is essentially offering to sell you the core components for their market value, throw in a glittery light-up tower, and put it all together for you for free.

Update: Got my new monitor with a DVI port. Computer runs smooth and quickly so I'm updating my review to 5 stars as previously stated.

It says in the description page that the pc has 1 HDMI, 1DVI, and 1 DP port. So when I bought my 144hz monitor which uses the DVI port, I figured it would be a good compatible for it. The pc came today and it shows 3 DP ports and an HDMI port instead. No DVI. So I'm not able to hook it up to the monitor. I'll have to return the monitor now and get a DP monitor instead which will take another couple days to arrive. Product page should be updated to reflect the correct display ports. Will update review after I receive the monitor and test out this pc.

While shopping for a new gaming PC I considered buying all the parts and doing a self build. I decided I didn't want to hassle with it. So I found this PC and felt the price was decent for what you get. It arrived well safely packaged and I had it set up in minutes.

I mostly play Guild Wars 2 which is said to be poorly optimized because I think it uses an old engine. I get frame rates mostly in 90s and low 100's in open world with graphics set to max. Of course they drop during large group events with tons of flashing effects but are good enough to still enjoy the game. I really don't monitor frame rates constantly because if I don't notice an issue I figure there is no reason to obsess over it. If I turned some settings a bit down I'm sure they would improve more but I don't mind the way it is.

The PC is fairly quiet as far as fan noise and my GPU temps seem to never go above 75 C when it is really working hard. It didn't come loaded with bloatware that had to be removed which was a bonus. I don't think the CPU for the model I bought can be overclocked though. I have not looked into that much. The LED lights were an interesting little feature. Not something that was a part of my buying decision, but a nice touch I suppose.

I have two minor complaints. One, the SSD drive is only 120GB which seems kind of small for the upgraded version of this PC. Of course I knew this before I purchased and it was kind of a turn off as I was shopping. Sure I could put games on the 1TB HDD but games load faster and loading screens are much faster on an SSD. At least the game I play. So it seems they could of tossed in a 250GB SSD for the upgraded version. I'll end up upgrading that myself at some point.

The second is that the USB ports on the front seem like they might be seated a bit off on mine. They are very tight making it difficult to insert and remove USB devices. The ones on the back are fine and don't have this issue.

Overall I'm very happy with this PC for the price. Yes there are a few small things I didn't care for but it does what I need and does it well.

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