This is my gaming/video editing PC. I make videos on YouTube, and would love for you to check my channel out.
Anyways, this is a prebuilt CyberPowerPC. It's the first thing that shows up on Amazon when you search up Gaming PC.
Even thought it's a prebuilt, I have done some tinkering.
I added 16gb of RAM clocked at 3000MHz replacing the 2400mhz 8gb. I upgraded the 120gb SSD to 240, and replaced the 1TB hard drive with a 3 terabyte one. Also, I replaced the standard, non-modular 500 watt power supply with a semi-modular 600 watt EVGA unit. The fans were previously Apevia RGB fans, but I replaced them with Corsair LL120s. I added a Corsair NODE Pro RGB LED kit, with one strip on the bottom of the case creating a cool glow underneath.
This thing is a powerhouse, but I still experience lag in Vegas while editing, and in more demanding games like Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, the frames really drop unless I change the graphics down to high. While I am happy with my current setup, I have a lot of upgrades planned for the future.
- New CPU: Intel Core i9 9900K
- New CPU Cooler: Corsair H100i Platinum Special Edition
- 4 white LL120s
- New MOBO: Asus - PRIME Z390-A ATX LGA1151
- New GPU: EVGA- GeForce RTX 2080 FTW3
- New Case: InWin - 101 White ATX Mid Tower Case
- New PSU: Corsair - RMx White (2018) 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
- Fan Controller: Corsair Fan Controller Commander Pro
- New Monitors: Dual Acer - XFA240 bmjdpr 24.0" 1920x1080 144 Hz Monitors
I am only 14 and these are absolutely crazy specs for someone like me, and all these upgrades will make the value of this setup around 3K. But I'm getting a job this summer, and the 2080 and the monitors are probably going to be acquired around Christmas or maybe my birthday.
If there is one thing I regret, it's getting a pre-built. It was a terrible mistake. I should've built my own PC, I could've saved money and gotten way better performance. I'm from now on only going to build.
This part list I made after I did some research on PC parts, and I should've built this instead of buying a prebuilt: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/JulianRob37/saved/Kg8D23
And this is the first PC I've built from scratch: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/JulianRob37/saved/#view=vg2XP6
It works. Well. It's no i9, but this thing gets the job done rather well.
It's alright. It get's the job done, but the problem is that it only supports RAM up to 2666 MHz, which sucks.
EXTREMELY fast. I love it.
Tons of space, for only $50!
Can play any game I throw at it. But some more demanding games you need to turn down a few settings.
Cheaply made plastic, looks alright, overall a good case for beginners. But just a bit, well, crappy feeling. Too expensive for what your getting.
Inexpensive and very reliable. EVGA is a very trustable brand.
The best fans you can get. Extremely beautiful, and they keep everything cool.
It's a great mouse, one star off because I'm not entirely used to the shape yet, but it's a great mouse.
Sounds great, pretty, and extremely comfortable.
Sound damn good for the price.
Stop reading reviews and buy this.
Vivid, bright, easy to setup, and relatively cheap.
Totally unnecessary, but it's so cool.
The best keyboard in existence. There is actually nothing that I don't like about it.