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    Posted: 05 Nov 2017 at 8:10am
Hi I'm new here and a little new to Gaming pc's I am getting a cyberpowerpc slc9880 and trying to get more info on it and see one up any running there's no unboxing video's or anything about that pc as my system is not here yet and I got it off Fingerhut does anyone know or have more info on it thanks ahead of time
 
 
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CyberPowerPC BattleBox Essential Liquid Cool SLC9880 Gaming Desktop Computer, Intel i7-7700K 4.2GHz, 16GB RAM, 240GB SSD + 2TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, Windows 10 Home      

It is a big box store generic build for many stores. 

We at the custom forum advise you see if it has a trusted PSU when you get it.  

The system itself is an I7 with a 6gb GTX 1060 so its not crap. Just check that PSU before you power it up.                       
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Oh man, like Crawler stated. Never get an off the shelf system.

Check that PSU and I would run Memtest to check the RAM while still under warranty. They often install lower end RAM.

Anyone reading this, don't buy an off the shelf system. Come here and in the build section start a thread. Post you max budget and what your system is for. The membership will chime in with suggestions for a solid build and maybe even save you some cash. At least 5% with a checkout code.

I would never suggest these small form factor systems. They are hard to upgrade and hard to cool. My best suggestion is to return it, come back and post & get a desktop.
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BattleBox is just an NVIDIA promo line w/ 1 or 2 great deal starting bases, using the same case selection as all other builds here, its not SFF. Their entry model would be a fantastic starting base if it had free shipping.
 
Agreed never buy off the shelf, save cash, get promos/freebies, discounts, and much better quality parts (PSU/RAM, etc) on here. I always thought Fingerhut was a big ripoff anyway.
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