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iBUYPOWER Gamer Extreme 962i Intel Core i5 760(2.80GHz) 4GB DDR3 500GB ATI Radeon HD 5770 Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

iBUYPOWER Gamer Extreme 962i Intel Core i5 760(2.80GHz) 4GB DDR3 500GB ATI Radeon HD 5770 Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
alaAverage 4.4

5 reviews

Nov, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the usability. The price also gets good feedback.

price, usability

On average, users rate this product 88/100.

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Great Power, Tough Follow Through


That being said, I am happy with my purchase because even though the computer stalls, I have the capabilities to do anything I want. I had a limited budget and the product's stats overtly exceed expected value from some of the other major brands

Excellent graphics card coupled with all of the expandability one would expect from a tower so large ; The machine is very quiet and can run for days silently. Considering the price, a great bang for your buck

You know what you are getting when you spend so little and receive so much. There are hassles with freezing and right out of the box I was getting blue screen messages. These errors happened very infrequently at first but over a month later it is a...

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iBUYPOWER Gamer Extreme 962i Intel Core i5 760(2.80GHz) 4GB DDR3 500GB ATI Radeon HD 5770 Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit


i think i just got unlucky with the sleep problem, but other then that it runs great.

its runs great, its fast. its plays all my games on ultra, im happy with that. and its came with a dvi to vga converter, which i needed, and also a recover disk

My system seems to have a malfunction. i put it on sleep and it wakes itself up shortly after, i have disabled the ability of the mouse and keyboard wakeup, and this still occurs

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Great Machine


Excellent! Great performance and best value of the money.

This is just a great PC. It just cost as much as if I had bought all the components individually (not sure how they make profit), but unlike Dell, HP, Gateway and all the other major brands that uses the cheapest and crappiest components they can get,...

Micro ATX motherboard. Not that I didn't know while buying and not a problem for me because I don't need to add any cards, but if you want to be able to install add-ons card in the future, you may want to get one with a full ATX


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Running great so far


None of the cons bothers me too much, they are minor. I can still upgrade my memory easily to 2x4gb chips. And I don't want dual video cards (too much electricity). And out of the box the system really cranks, the core i5 quad core is super along side...

Great price for a solid gaming or data crunching machine. Works great right out of the box, just plug it in and go. Really has everything you need. Great case with ample room and front hookups

Motherboard lacks but understandable for the bargain price... no usb3, only 2mem slots, only 2pci with 1 pci-ex1 slot and only 1 pci-ex16 slot so you can't use dual video cards

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Great Computer


The ram is low but it has an awesome graphics card, later on, if I can, I'll upgrade to CrossfireX on the 5770.

First off, this is a beast of a computer with someone who needs a budget computer. It runs Team Fortress 2 on high settings (everything including AA) with 60fps and StarCraft 2 on ULTRA SETTINGS (sc2 recommends it on ultra). Very fast, very smooth and...

4gb of ram? It's a bit low. 500gb ehhh its alright but 1tb would be a bit better. Not a good foot rest at all lol