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CyberpowerPC Gamer Ultra 2064

CyberpowerPC Gamer Ultra 2064
alaScore 79

31 reviews

Dec, 2018

We have collected and analysed 31 user reviews from international sources. Users rate it 74/100. The average review date is 26-05-2011. We have compared these reviews to 321632 reviews from other Desktop Computers. The alaScore™ for this product is 79/100 = Good. Last update: 17-12-2018.

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Consumer review (newegg.com)

I normally go for cheap, but...

 

This computer worked well enough for me, it is Cyberpower's tech support which is abysmal

I am extremely disappointed with the service that I have received. I called Cyberpower tech support regarding my faulty power supply unit (PSU). I was encouraged to send it in for a refund. I had to pay for the shipping on the faulty PSU. It then took...

Jan, 2015

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Beware of Cyberpower

 

This computer worked well enough for me, it is Cyberpower's tech support which is abysmal

I am extremely disappointed with the service that I have received. I called Cyberpower tech support regarding my faulty power supply unit (PSU). I was encouraged to send it in for a refund. I had to pay for the shipping on the faulty PSU. It then took...

Jan, 2015

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Way To Go CYBERPOWER

 

The ram itself has lifetime warranty cause its ADATA so that is good. I bought the recertified unit for $440 so this makes me happy too.

What can I say this time, the processor is fast and can crush anything you throw at it. The graphics card I received in mine was GDDR5, I am happy about that. It runs bfbc2 avg. of 50-60fps with FRAPS. I also play cod4 & mw2 54-60fps in those. Should I...

When I got this pc all of my front panel items like power/hibernate, hd, light, front sound or mic, and usb were not plugged in so it would not turn on when i received it. Power Supply was sufficient for short-term only, I recommend replacing it, I...

Aug, 2011

Consumer review (newegg.com)

help?

 

pretty. everyhting in place

so i load and it brings me to the MSI motherboard screen. from there it goes to the WINKI msi screen and half of this text is off the screen because its using aresolution of 800 when my resolution on my screen is 1024x768 anyway. it gives me 2 options...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Not bad

 

If you are on a budget get this PC..If not then go to Cyberpowerpc and build yourself one with a better motherboard and newer Video card. Thanks Newegg and Cyberpowerpc...I'm not disappointed.

Good price...Everything is intact and runs smoothly out of the box. Fast boot up and comes with Win7 so that makes the actual price $469 which I think is a great bargain ; Machine running is normal noise level. Big blue fan on front is outstanding and...

Has 2 PCI slots but the size of the video card is blocking 1 of them so you are left with 1 usable slot which I installed Creative Audigy sound card in as I could not figure out how to get my microphone to work on the Realtek soundcard on the...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Satisfied customer!

 

I bought this PC for moderate gaming. I admit I was nervous about the purchase because I read so many negative reviews about CyberpowerPC systems both here at Newegg and on Cyberpower's website. I decided to take the risk and if I got a bad apple, I...

Very nice value ; Powerful components for the money ; Lots of cooling! (this thing has 4 fans, plus 1 on the GPU) ; System booted up and ran great out of the box ; Considerably quiet

Case looks cheap and plasticky ; Included keyboard and mouse are junk ; Just my personal opinion but I think the spiral lighting in the front of the case (the round speaker-looking part) looks cheesy

Mar, 2011

Consumer review (newegg.com)

No Cracked Eggs here.

 

For the price, can't lose. Does everything I ask it to and thats why I bought it ! Best $500-$600 range complete package desktop Newegg has to offer ! Newegg rules !

So far so good ; Booted flawlessly out of the box. Everything inside solid, no bits and pieces floating around ; No bloat-ware ; Started PVR recording with no hitches. WoW, SCII play GREAT ; Front panel and mobo LED's are "Rave" approved .. o_O ; Quite

Xtreme Gear mouse/keyboard are ...cute. Keyboard actually had to have the cord wiggled a bit before it would work... so into the closet for them ; PS is XGear also so could be an issue in the near future ; Didn't expect much frm the 2 so no "cracked...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Man, what can I say?

 

A better power supply would be great!!

This machine is awesome!! Boots in 35-45 seconds, plays Homefront at maximum settings. It is a really nice computer

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Mar, 2011

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Requires Patience

 

Many other people on this site have complained about computers from CyberPowerPC with connectors unconnected or components not properly mounted. I would say DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE unless you a willing to put up with all the hassles listed by all the...

Good specs. I really wanted a computer with a decent power supply and a 5670 video card. This one fit the bill but the reviews had me a little wary. I jumped on it anyway and eventually got the computer I wanted

The machine arrived completely dead. It appears that they are having trouble with their power supplies since this happened to another person. However, this means that they DO NOT TEST the machines before they ship them. That seems to be a pretty big...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review (newegg.com)

No Windows 7 Product key???

 

It's quiet and runs everything pretty well

i couldn't find a product key for windows, ive looked all over the place for it to see if it might be hiding in the packaging somewhere but I guess they forgot it? help me out so i dont have to pay $100+ for a product key lol

Feb, 2011