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    Posted: 09 Jun 2019 at 3:19am
I recently out of nowhere wanted to start getting into PC gaming and builds. Asked a friend about the different kinds of PC's and what not, and he referred me to CyberPowerPC. He said they'll build you whatever you want around whatever budget you want. After a couple days of looking around at different options on Memorial day weekend, I said screw it and built a computer from scratch on CyberPowerPC. Note, this is my very first gaming PC ever. I dont know much about PC and have been learning over the course of a few weeks. I put my order in 05/28/2019. These are my specs. 

CyberPower Z370 i7 Configurator (NO MONITOR)

  • *BASE_PRICE: [+1335]
  • CABLE: None
  • CAS: CyberPowerPC AURON RGB Mid-Tower Gaming Case w/ Tempered Glass Window + 6X 120mm RGB Fans & Controller (White Color)
  • CC: None
  • CD: None
  • COOLANT: None
  • CPU: Intel® Core™ Processor i9-9900KF 3.60GHZ 16MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1151 [w/o Integrated Graphic] (Coffee Lake)
  • CS_FAN: Default case fans
  • EVGA_POWER: None
  • FA_HDD: None
  • FAN: Corsair Hydro Series H60 120mm Liquid CPU Cooling System w/ Copper Cold Plate (Single Standard 120MM Fan)
  • HDD: 2TB (2TBx1) Seagate SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 256MB Cache 7200RPM HDD [+23] (Single Drive)
  • HDD2: None
  • HEADSET: None
  • IUSB: Built-in USB 2.0 Ports
  • KEYBOARD: CyberPowerPC Multimedia USB Gaming Keyboard
  • MEMORY: 16GB (8GBx2) DDR4/3000MHz Dual Channel Memory (ADATA XPG Z1)
  • MONITOR: None
  • MOPAD: None
  • MOTHERBOARD: ASUS Prime Z390-P ATX w/ RGB, USB 3.1, 2 PCIe x16, 4 PCIe x1, 4 SATA3, 2 M.2 SATA/PCIe
  • MOUSE: CyberPowerPC Standard 4000 DPI with Weight System Optical Gaming Mouse
  • NETWORK: Onboard Gigabit LAN Network
  • OS: Windows 10 Home (64-bit Edition)
  • OVERCLOCK: No Overclocking
  • POWERSUPPLY: 600 Watts - Standard 600Watts 80 Plus Gold high-efficient Power Supply
  • PRO_WIRING: None
  • RUSH: Standard processing time: ship within 5 to 10 Business Days
  • SLI_BRIDGE: None
  • SPEAKERS: None
  • USBHD: None
  • USBX: None
  • VIDEO: GeForce® RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6 (Turing) [VR Ready] [+141] (Single Card)
  • WNC: Intel® Wireless-AC 9260 Wi-Fi 802.11ac Dual Band 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz up to 1.73Gbps + BT 5.0 w/ PCI-E Adapter & Dual Antennas [+29]
  • WTV: None
  • _PRICE: (+1528)

A few days after my order was received, I decided to change the i9 9900KF to the i9 9900K. Called and got ahold of the guy who was in charge of my order 
(Warren L). He had no problem changing it, ended up paying the difference right there.. It DID NOT stop the speed of production at all it seemed like. Here is my production speed to QC to shipping. 

Sales post date:5/28/2019Expected ship date:6/10/2019
Warehouse date:6/5/2019Assembly date:6/5/2019
Quality Control date:6/6/2019Final Quality Control date:6/6/2019
Shipping date:6/6/2019Tracking#:XXX
Note:5/28/2019: Order status notification emailed (order received)

6/5/2019: Order status notification emailed (order passed warehouse)

6/5/2019: Order status notification emailed (order authorized)

6/6/2019: Invoice #1706170 emailed

I received the computer on 6/8/2019 (They're in Los Angeles, I'm in the Bay Area), about 2 days after Quality Control and Shipping. The box was in tiptop shape with no holes. After opening the box, I inspected everything, and everything seemed to be exactly what I ordered. All connection were tight, no loose cables, all wired hidden, no plastic left on anything. It all looked gorgeous with plenty of RGB lighting. Once connecting everything (dual monitor included), I didnt have to update any drivers really except the MOBO. After install, I got an antivirus and downloaded Steam, Origin, Discord, GeForce Experience, and Arma 3, I can say that this is a very satisfying purchase. Since the time of hookup to the time of me taking the time out my night toi post this, the computer has been on for a total of 5 hours and 24 minutes. I'm on it this very moment, writing this post that you are now reading. If anytthing happens, I will update good or bad. 

Thanks CyberPowerPC
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Man I wish you had posted here first. We see this a lot.

Generally no member will ever suggest the "standard" PSU. These allow CP to throw whatever they have lying around. They may throw in a decent brand or if they do throw in the "standard" PSU. You get junk. These provide uneven power (ripples) Which is hard on every component in the long run. They have a high failure rate and have been known to fry systems.

Since you did not get the premium warranty (which is newer) if something goes wrong even right out f the box you will have to pay for shipping back. The premium gets you a full year of free shipping back. This is a big FAIL for CP, they use to provide a 30 day free RMA if a customer had problems. No more.

I would at least open the case and verify what brand of PSU you have. If name brand great. If not consider getting it out of your system. I find it weird that the single component that controls everything people are will to go cheap.

Besides that your in decent shape. I would have at least went with push-pull fans for the 120 sealed cooler. These are not a lot better than standard cooler. For most cases they will work. If you taxing you cpu once the liquid gets hot it takes a lot longer to cool down compared to fan based coolers. I won't order less than a 240mm sealed cooler anymore.

Run speed fan and keep an eye on your temps. If they tend to run hot (depending on what your doing) you can always add a second fan making it push-pull. That will do the job.

At least download and run Memtest to verify there are no errors in the RAM. Any errors can cause all sorts of weird issues that are hard to track down. Any errors you need to RMA and replace.

I would also suggest downloading and running Intel Burn In on standard just to make sure everything else is in order and you able to keep cool.

You slow on your HD. First upgrade to think about is a good SSD. Major speed up for boot & load times.

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Yea, echoing what GAN said. That standard PSU is a risk I wouldn't want to take on my rig. I'd grab a name-brand one to swap it out with asap. Something gold rated will be excellent.
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