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CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme 1085 Intel Core i7 950(3.06GHz) 12GB DDR3 1TB NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

alaAverage 2.7

6 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the value for money, but some have doubts about the reliability.

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On average, users rate this product 53/100.

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BSOD Nightmare

 

I'm sure if I can get this up and running, this will be a dream computer. There are so many problems now I fear I've just thrown a significant amount of money away for a paper weight that lights of for a few minutes.

Nice space inside to reach everything. Easy access from both sides. Thumbscrews make it easy to pull the cover on/off quickly. Great specs for the price

Constant BSOD (blue screen of death) errors - MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA, and others that don't give specific messages. Unable to get through windows update before it crashes. Running diagnostics on windows update through its...

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NOT NEWEGG'S FAULT

 

Perfectly good computer, perfectly good, brand-spanking-new HD, perfectly useless because of the carelessness of whoever assembled it. I guess they don't get paid enough to give a darn. So what now? The only available option is to ship the whole...

The computer is - so far - excellent. The low rating is deserved by the manufacturer for shoddy workmanship. Not Newegg's fault

Rebooting several times and going into BIOS setup to figure out why every time I rebooted it complained that it could not find the OS. BIOS setup shows the DVD on SATA, but not the HD. Couldn't recognize it ; Removed side-panel on case on the side...

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Got a Lemon

 

Probably not your typical experience, but it still has somewhat jaded me from buying another cyberpower computer. Not a bad idea to get that warranty, just in case either.

It booted up quickly and the case is quite pretty

Blue screens the moment I got the computer. The one I was sent was shipped with a faulty memory control unit on the motherboard and it took a visit to geek squad to actually figure that out. Sent it back and ended up having to get a refund instead of a...

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Not what I expected

 

Motherboard is Tri-SLI ready but the PSU doesn't even support regular SLI. I had to go pay another $150 just for a PSU that had enough cables for my HDD's & GTS 450'

I like the X-58 motherboard & it's easy overclocking capapilities. I was able to go from 3.07 to 3.6 with the flick of a switch so that was cool ; case & led's look good

Badly Built ; Very Weak PSU for this setup (only like 2 SATA & 1 PCI-E) ; PSU power cable can barely span the small case

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Awesome gaming experience

 

Smooth easy set up, lightning fast, and the graphics are over the top. As a 6 year WOW player, its the best I have ever experienced the game, including the recent Cata Xpac

none, I love this machine

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Great Buy!

 

If you are on the fence about getting a CyberpowerPC prebuilt rig, Don't Be!

I normally build my own systems, this time I just decided to go with something pre-built and same myself some trouble ; I honestly expected it to show up not working properly, but that wasn't the case ; This system so far as far exceeded my...

Not a big fan of the case. Feels sturdy, but the lack of easy open latches kind of annoys me. Not really a big deal though

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