I had been waiting for the past 3 months to pull the trigger on a build with a 1070, but never got around to actually purchasing the parts other than the hard drive because of inflated graphics card prices. I managed to grab a prebuilt CyberpowerPC that came with an RX 580 and the Eclipse P400S and upgraded it with a Sandisk SSD. It also came with RGB out of the box, all for $650. Did I mention that it came with DDR4-2400 ram and a Ryzen 1400? It cost 100 dollars less to buy the prebuilt instead of building with the same parts, and I bought it.

Part Reviews


Solid CPU, best deal I found.


Pleasantly surprised that the prebuilt came with a B350M motherboard, and it fits perfectly into my build.


Does what it needs to do, but slow even by hard drive standards.

Video Card

AMAZING CARD! I didn't expect to consistently get 75fps in games like Fortnite and Rainbow Six Siege.


Really intuitive and clean case. Tempered glass was also a great addition to the build.

Power Supply

Little underpowered but does its job.


Great monitor with Freesync support and 75hz.

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  • 31 months ago
  • 4 points

Free PUBG picture

  • 31 months ago
  • 0 points

Yeah, but you can't build in PUBG.... so Fortnite is better.

  • 30 months ago
  • 1 point

I do have to agree that Fortnite is WAY better because of building ;)

  • 30 months ago
  • 2 points

Nice, never thought anyone would list a pre-built on this website. +1 for creativity!

  • 27 months ago
  • 1 point

I bought the same system but had adata ram and wd hdd. The video card by itself is $500 most days and dips down to $400 occasionally on newegg. Solid case, processor, psu, and mb. In this market you can't beat the price even at the current $800 price point. I will not need to upgrade anything for a while for my purposes. Even came with wifi and Bluetooth card made by gigabyte.

I wish I could have built my own, but this prebuilt had most of what I would (or very close to it) have picked out anyway.