Customer Reviews and Ratings on CyberPowerPC products - Gaming PC VR Ready Deal RTX 2070
One system fan was connected by molex to the power supply. Sounded like a jet taking off when I turned it on. The other system fan had a molex connector on it, but was not connected to any power. None of the rgb connectors (fan/cpu) were connected. I removed the molex connectors, and connected the fans to the motherboard. Connected the rgb plugs and everything worked after that. I had no problems installing Ubuntu 18.04 on the nvme drive and making the ssd drive my home directory. Nvidia drivers for Ubuntu must be installed from the nvidia website, not the packages provided by Canonical. I added four generic rgb fans to the case and a quad port gigabit intel ethernet adapter. System works Great.
Had some issues with setting up dual mnitors...seems DP1 and DP2 worked great with 144Hz/60Hz set up DP1 and HDMI had issues and make sure you rearrange the monitors to how they are placed or you will have pointer issues Only problems I had was my own ignorance
Also, the GPU fans were disabled by default.
Had some friends check out the specs on this and it is more than I need for my first gaming pc. I can even buy some VR stuff later on if I want.
The hardware is great and has been handled well.
Case was damaged
So far so good. Only reason it’s 4’s throughout this because in icue for my Corsair h100i, it shows 0 RPM for my two case fans, but I can see them move. It does not affect performance, just the only thing I noticed. Aside from that, I’ve read a lot of negative reviews for here in regards to overall build quality and price of PC. Before purchasing my computer here, I priced the parts out thru PCpartpicker, and a difference of 250 or so is acceptable. ?? cheers