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Originally Posted by Chunky_Chimp View Post
Good move on both companies' parts, though I think they'll need to put more components on the shelves in case customers want to upgrade and don't want to do it anywhere else.



Definitely Cyberpower, they use better cases and components.
Yup, I recommend Cyberpower to people who don't really want to deal with building a PC but doesn't want to get completely ripped off. Just a slight rip.
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post #42 of 158
bahahaha come on I already get that right now and all they said is its custom lol

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Me: "Oh, you play pc games? cool? What's your computer specs?"
Newb: "Oh, it's custom"
Me: "yeah, what's the specs?"
Newb: "It's an iBuyPower PC :] it's awesome"
Me: "oh... at least your happy"
 
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post #43 of 158
It`s a bit Ironic.
Pre-built custom PC.
Honestly, i wouldn`t mock them if their cases weren`t so.. so damn ricer.
WHY DOES THIS RIG NEED A BAJILLION LED`S IT ONLY HAS A 5670 IN IT!?!?!
Also,
WY DOES THIS SYSTEM NEED A 500w PSU, IT ONLY HAS A 5670 IN IT!!?!
post #44 of 158
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Originally Posted by Heret|c View Post
Shutup guys, it sickens me, how everyone is so negative about PC gaming finally being availiable to more people. There is nothing wrong with Pre - built, I bought a CyberPowerPC, and it was great. Sure there was some minor problems like my 9800 GX2 which got fried and my mobo died last year, but after replacing the case to get more airflow for my GPU's are working just fine with MSI Afterburner. And they sent me an AMD shirt even though I ordered intel CPU, but it's not my size anyway so I don't care lol.
I know right. Ever since I built my first pc I put myself on a pedestal and looked down on everyone who bought pre builts. But really? Like someone in this thread posted earlier, lets be glad that a prebuilt gaming pc company is expanding, increasing market for the pc. A lot of people like pc gaming, not everyone likes to build their own computers, it's a hobby in a sense.
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so I will have to change my cathodes from blue to red so people know it isn't ibuypower

...amazing
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post #46 of 158
$1,348.00
with selected options
Premium or optional items have added to the base price.
Included Items
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Case (Your Choice)
Antec DF-35 Gaming Computer Case (+$100.00)

Processor (Your Choice)
Phenom II x6 1075T Processor with AM3 Motherboard & Cooling Fan (+$140.00)

Memory (Your Choice)
4 x 2GB = 8GB DDR3-1333 Gaming Grade Memory Module (+$110.00)

Hard Drive (Your Choice)
2TB 7200RPM Hard Disk Drive (+$80.00)

Graphics Card (Your Choice)
ATI Radeon HD 6870 1GB Video Card with 800W Power Supply (+$210.00)

DVD/Blu-ray Drive (Your Choice)
24X DVD+/-RW DL Optical Drive

Operating System (Your Choice)
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-Bit Edition

Card Reader (Optional)
Monitors (Optional)
Acer 21.5" Widescreen LCD Monitor, 1920 x 1080 Full HD, 5ms, 20,000:1, 16:9 , VGA + DVI (w/ HDCP), P215HBbd (+$130.00)
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Seems a bit high to me.
post #47 of 158
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Originally Posted by Kevlo View Post
Processor (Your Choice)
Phenom II x6 1075T Processor with AM3 Motherboard & Cooling Fan (+$140.00)
Doesn't the 1075T alone cost almost $200?

Or does the MoBo+fan cost $140 extra? o.O
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post #48 of 158
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Doesn't the 1075T alone cost almost $200?

Or does the MoBo+fan cost $140 extra? o.O
Yeah its like $190 on Newegg. Was under the impression that the +140 would be ontop of the current cost of the motherboard/CPU, whatever that may be.
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post #49 of 158
If it gets more people in PC gaming I'm all for it. I don't see why people have to be so elitist. It just turns people off from our hobby
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I'd agree with the posters who said that compared to the utterly generic $400 stuff that Wal-Mart sells, seeing a custom company step is in certainly a good thing. No, it won't change the opinions of users on a forum like this but for the average person who may not know how to put together a system, it seems like a great thing.

Tried pricing through them for my system and while it was maybe 10-15% over, they did have support and a warranty. On the upside I've managed my system just fine so I don't know... they don't seem like a horrible company to me but I'll leave that judgement up for people who've utilized them I suppose.
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