CyberPower Flaunts Fermi Options in High-End Gaming PCs

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KyleG

Cyberpower puts very fishy psu's in their computers.

Mine came with an "cyberpower" psu made by ultra.

It has the same product number as a different ultra psu, which has different rails, etc.

Some professionals dissected this "800watt" psu and found that it could only produce 600watt, and was made with very cheap materials.

Why would you trust a cheap psu that is connected to EVERYTHING, will be very stressed powering a fermi card, and could go out, taking out your entire computer possibly? Its not worth it.

Google  Cyberpower 800 quality to find the thread on it. Maxpc spam filter is blocking it.

 

Plan on buying a quality 800watt Corsair or Seasonic psu if you have or get a cyberpower system. 

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TechJunkie

I have an Ultra X3 850w modular single rail PSU and it has run flawlessly now for almost 2 years. No complaints here.

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Scootiep

Take note all, this is what is known as a valid point of concern.

To start press any key...ohh, where's the "Any" key. - Homer Simpson

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rawrnomnom

or you could head over to newegg, build the same system for less cost, and pop an ATI 5870 in and upgrade to maybe a raid 10, and get lower heat, better performance, and the satisfaction of knowing whats in it

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Scootiep

Aside from the fact that you aren't picking out each piece of hardware directly, I have to say I think this is a pretty decent deal. i7 CPU, 6gigs ram, 1tb HD, 800w PSU, good mobo, win7, and a 480gtx. Try putting all but the GPU together on newegg with a really nice case and the 5870 and see what price you come up with. My guess is you won't be saving as much as you think.

To start press any key...ohh, where's the "Any" key. - Homer Simpson

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HiGHRoLLeR038

or you could read the very first line in the story lol

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ocnier

Wow!! pawned!!! LOL

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Scootiep

Really? I'm not seeing how, as with the original posters comment, he was talking about building a system on newegg.com with an ATI card and NOT an nVidia card which is what the first sentence of the article states.

To start press any key...ohh, where's the "Any" key. - Homer Simpson

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