Did not work when first set up and getting a refund was a pain
1 August 2013
Summary: Did not work when first set up and getting a refund was a pain, Amazon would not assist or help with any of the negotiations with the seller even though the computer was purchased on this site
Summary: There are many better websites to buy gaming computers.... I bought this off amazon as a rookie mistake. It couldn't handle many games and crashed when I tried to run games such as dota 2 and smite. those games are not high detailed and if anything just above low detailed. If you want to buy a gaming computer online I recommend tiger direct or new egg. They specialize in selling computer equipment.
Summary: If this is a gaming PC, I am not impressed. I play old games and even those were putting too much strain on this system. After buying this PC about six months ago, it has crashed very badly, asking for the CD that has the install files be put in to start up the PC. This is my only experience with Cyberpower and will be my last.
Summary: DO NOT BUY THIS COMPUTER!!!! The shipped Power Supply does not reach described Wattage. Note even half , fails Safty reqs and damages your computer because of it. If they skimped so much on this what do you think about the other parts?? Dont beleive , take the part name of the PSU and google search it , I highly suggest the website hardware secrets!!!
Summary: GREAT!! It lasted only 8 weeks?? It ran fine from the day I set it up until yesterday when it began to arbitrarily shut down on its own....at this point, (and I'm a 20-year IT professional with desktop support experience)I can tell that the m/b has a heat issue which is causing the sensor to trip and shut down...if I allow it to cool completely for 60+ minutes, I can get 10 minutes of up time before it fails again.
Summary: CyberpowerPC failed in assembly big time on this one. They forgot to secure/screw in the motherboard to the case. During shipping, the video card was the only thing holding it in place. The item *was* properly package, but since the board was not attached, it slid around inside the case; scratching the breadboard/motherboard circuits to the point of destruction. The video card bent off and was basically destroyed.