Customer Reviews and Ratings on CyberPowerPC products - Gaming PC AMD Threadripper Ultimate
The system runs as expected and I am glad you guys built it for me.
Haven't had much time to work with it yet, but so far so good!
Overall, I will be extremely satisfied with this product if CPPC credits me for the few minor details they charged for but did not deliver on. The builder(s) did excellent job in some areas but poorly in others. I ordered: venom overclocking, professional wiring, and noise reducing anti vibration foam for the fans. None were delivered. The wires were so overstuffed and tangled in the back compartent that the case doesn't close properly. The sytem was at completely stock settings across the board. The bottom fans rattle noisily because of the loose fitting plastic pegs and a lack of the foam buffers. I feel I should be refunded for the overclocking charge, and lack of noise reduction for the fans. Leo H. my Sales Support manager was excellent however, and went above and beyond for me. The system looks amazing and inside the glass case it is very clean and well done. The system runs very cool and I'm sure can easily be pushed far beyond its stock limits. Overall I would highly recommend Cyber Power PC., However, I recommend that no one order the extra incidentals (cables, wiring, overclocking, or noise reduction, as these items I paid for and they were not provided, or done well at all. Regards, Eric
Feel the power! I love it.
So far so good. Was expecting a different graphics card but I can work with what i have.
I've had this system for a few weeks now, and it continues to impress me. Everything is rock solid, good looking and the performance is awesome. I have been able to handle the workload of three older machines with this one and still have plenty of capacity left over. Thanks!
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The PC itself is decent. Definitely feel like I overpaid, despite the components. I had to add a drive bay so I did end up opening it up, and making some changes. I paid for the "professional wiring" and I don't know if they just hope that you don't look inside, but I wasn't impressed. 1 or two zip ties don't really count in my book. Just to get more slack on the Sata power connectors, I had to undo almost every single zip tie, unplug it to unwrap it since it was twisted unnecessarily. I would not recommend paying 20$ for professional wiring if I was talking to a friend about CyberPower. I needed an additional Sata cable connected, and on this Phantex case it was almost impossible to get to the power supply, especially since the decision was to fixate the USB 3.0 controller to the top of the power supply "shell". It's tethered both to the GPUs in front, and thus from the USB controller to the motherboard with no slack. So making an adjustment to the power supply was a pain in the ass, due to wiring decisions. I appreciate the hard work, and I may not honestly have a better idea since the limitations might be due to the case, but I still feel like it could be more thoughtfully done.
Handles all of my workload including the rendering HD videos and video editing.