Show me the power supply in this machine. They won't tell you
It doesn't even give you the speed, timing, or brand of the memory. Just "8 GB". It doesn't even seem to tell you what hard drive is in it besides that it's a 7200 RPM 1 TB drive.
Now I can appreciate the need for non-enthusiasts to have access to computers, but I'm not going to sit here and pretend the reason these are affordable isn't because they use the cheapest components possible to fit in the higher end CPU and Graphics cards the average user does understand. Of course, the FX 4350 is only $89.99 these days and not even mid range anymore. Radeon 470 is $160... Toss in ~$110 for the ram and hard drive at single purchase consumer costs, what looks like an entry level Asus motherboard, generic keyboard and mouse, etc. Cheaper for them. It's a generic PC. Sure, the price is right, but let's not pretend they magically started using high quality components because it's a partnership between some random company and AMD.
This is another pre-built for people who haven't learned what happens when you run computers on 30 cent power supplies.
According to some reviews this is the PSU in other machines they sell for around $799, of course, I can't provide testing results on it since there are none available, but feel free to buy the machine and open on up so we can see what's inside.
Ripple testing on another highpower branded unit. You could do much better with a budget priced EVGA B2 or Seasonic G series PSU without hurting the price of the machine, of course they just aren't handing them over to cyberpowerPC for the right price.Edited by Serious_Don - 1/11/17 at 12:04pm