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CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme GXi8600GS with Intel i5-6600K 3.5GHz Gaming Computer by CyberPowerPC



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CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme GXi8600GS with Intel i5-6600K 3.5GHz Gaming Computer is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
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  • Platform: PC
  • Publisher: CyberPowerPC
  • Developer: CyberPowerPC
  • Category: Systems

Product Details:

Destroy the competition with the CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme series of gaming desktops. The Gamer Xtreme series features the latest generation of high performance Intel Core processors and ultra-quick DDR RAM to easily handle system-intensive tasks, such as high definition video playback and gaming. Coupled with powerful discreet video cards, the Gamer Xtreme series provides a smooth gaming and multimedia experience.

Extended Specification 
TypePersonal computer 
Product Form FactorTower 
Weight 32 lbs
Form FactorCoolerMaster Elite 431 Black / Blue Mid-Tower Gaming Case
TypeIntel Core i5-6600K 3.5GHz (Max 3.9GHz)
Multi-Core TechnologyQuad-Core
64-bit ComputingYes
Processor Main FeaturesIntel Turbo Boost Technology
Cache6MB L3 Cache
Processor SocketLGA 1151
Chipset TypeIntel H110 Express Chipset
Installed Size8GB / 16GB (Max)
TechnologyDDR4 SDRAM 
Form FactorDIMM 288-pin 
FeaturesDual Channel Memory Architecture
Configuration Features2 x 4GB
Storage Controller 
Controller Interface TypeSATA III
Channel Qty2
Storage Controller (2nd) 
Controller Interface TypeSATA II
Channel Qty2
Hard Drive1TB - SATA III - 7200 rpm 
Optical Storage 
Type24X DVD±RW Dual-Layer Super-Multi Drive
Graphics Controller 
TypePCI Express x16 - plug-in card
Graphics ProcessorNVIDIA GeForce GT730
Video Memory 2GB Dedicated Video Memory
Digital Video StandardDVI / HDMI / VGA
Audio Output 
TypeSound Card - Integrated
Sound Output ModeHigh Definition Audio
Compliant StandardsRealtek® ALC887
Input Device 
TypeGaming Mouse, Gaming Keyboard 
NetworkingNetwork Adapter - Integrated
Data Link Protocol10/100/1000 Ethernet
Expansion / Connectivity 
Expansion Bays Total (Free)3 ( 2 ) x External - 5.25" | 3 ( 2 ) x Internal - 3.5" | 3 ( 3 ) x Internal - 2.5"
Expansion Slots Total (Free)1 ( 0 ) x PCI Express x16 | 1 ( 1 ) x PCI Express x1 | 2 ( 0 ) x DIMM
Interfaces1 x PS/2 Style | 3 x USB 3.0 ( 1 Front, 2 Rear ) | 6 x USB 2.0 ( 2 Front, 4 Rear ) | 1 x LAN Port | 3 x Audio Jacks
Device TypePower Supply 
Voltage RequiredAC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz)
Power Provided350 Watt 
Operating System / Software 
OS Preinstalled Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit Edition 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Service & Support Details"1 Year Limited Warranty & Lifetime Toll Free Tech Support Services
Technical Support E-mail: techteam@cyberpowerpc.com
Technical Support Hotline: (888) 937-5582"

Important Information:

This item is only available on GameStop.com and our stores are unable to issue a refund. Please do not return this item to your local GameStop store. To return this product please refer to the instructions included on the packing slip that will be shipped with this item.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like it! Was easy to set up and get going. I will need to do some little upgrades on it though. Overall i love the pc.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good so far Arrived and set up went well. So far, so good. Runs pretty fast and relatively quiet. I was surprised that there was no on board wifi and a card with all the registration info would have been nice, but those are minor details.
Date published: 2016-08-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good, but needs upgrades I was slightly hesitant to purchase one of these given all of the bad rep surrounding 'pre-made' gaming rigs - but this was on sale here and I really needed a new setup - my current/past pc was an AMD Phenom II w/3.2ghz, 6GB DDR2 and a GTX 770. It bottlenecked as expected and was no longer up for the challenge from the more demanding games. So I purchased this cyberpowerpc unit and received it within a week with value shipping (not bad). However, I did have some issues with the initial setup - the pc froze upon setting up my profile on Windows 10, and would no longer pass the boot stage. This really upset me, but it would be Windows 10 that was likely more to blame than cyberpowerpc. After attempting multiple times to boot in safe mode and disable the network adapter, I was able to reset the computer to factory settings and start the process all over. No hiccups the second go-around. It's a nice starter gaming rig that can easily be turned into a beast with some upgrades - graphics card and power supply being the first two that I did. My old rig had a GTX 770 - slightly outdated compared to the newer energy efficient cards, but the 770 is still a beast and can run all games on ultra no-problem. Paired the card with a new power supply (Thermaltake 700 watt) and this rig can now run BF4 on ultra at 120FPS+. So I only ended up spending $80 on a power supply as I already had a graphics card and I now have a really nice mid-high end gaming rig. These would be the two immediate upgrades I would recommend if you plan on using this rig for any real gaming... otherwise the included nVidia GT 730 and 500watt power supply are garbage - that card can barely run Minecraft on low-mid settings and the power supply is a really poor quality PSU.. I would avoid using it. The motherboard is also 'okay' and not really top of the line - it will do fine for a few years but eventually need upgrading because it is 'physically' a small motherboard and so you may not be able to include as many cooling extras on the CPU or ram or graphics card as you would like to. The included ram is at 8GB DDR4 (upgradeable to 32gb) which is really nice, and the CPU is a Skylake quad core at 3.5ghz with turbo up to 3.9ghz. This model CPU is roughly $300 new, so it was definitely worth getting this computer because the CPU itself blows most other CPUs out of the water. The included tower case is 'okay' - it's a mid-size case but is limited in how many cooling fans you can have in the case due to the power supply's area blocking fan spaces, and the ram sticks block the top area for a fan... so the design was not thought through all the way. I will eventually grab a new computer case (likely a full size) so that I can upgrade the CPU cooler to a liquid cooler, and then also allow for more proper airway room to cool the machine effectively. Other upgrades for later will include increasing the ram to 16gb (you really don't need more than 8gb for gaming, but if you plan on multi-tasking programs for video editing and streaming, the more the merrier). Adding an SSD hard drive for gaming purposes later on will also be a good upgrade. Aside from the mentioned above, this a solid starter rig that can be turned into a running beast with the proper upgrades - you can gradually complete the upgrades and not shell out $1000+ for a gaming pc, so that is really what I liked about this unit. I would recommend this computer to anyone that has working computer knowledge and/or is learning how to build a computer. This would be a good 'barebone' type kit that can be built upon.
Date published: 2016-06-26
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