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Posted 16 March 2023

Cyberpower, Intel Core i9, 16GB, 1TB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080, Gaming Desktop PC - £1999.98 @ Costco

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- Intel Core i9-11900KF Processor
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 Graphics
- 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD (M.2 NVMe)
- Windows 11 Home, Free 1 year Norton VPN & 1 month XBox Game Pass
- Lian Li Lancool 215 Gaming Case
- 240mm AIO Liquid Cooler, 2 x 200mm ARGB Fans
Intel Core i9 11900KF ProcessorThe 11th Gen Intel Core i9-11900KF has fast clock speeds and high core counts which work seamlessly together to get more out of competitive gaming and content creation. Intel Core i9 11900KF has 8 Cores, 16 Threads, 3.5 GHz, up to 5.3 GHz, 16 MB Cache. This processor is unlocked and overclockable for you to be able to unleash extreme performance. The 11th Generations CPUs are compatible with most 400 and 500 series motherboards and support PCIe Gen 4, you can also take advantage of excellent memory speeds and great features like Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 and Intel Thermal Velocity Technology. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 delivers the ultra performance and features that enthusiast gamers and creators demand. Bring your games and creative projects to life with ray tracing and AI-powered graphics. It's powered by the ultra-efficient NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture and 16GB of superfast G6X memory. Windows 11 Home & 1 Month Free XBox Game PassYou’ll also get Windows 11 fully installed meaning you’re ready to game straight out of the box. Cyberpower PC will also include 1 month FREE XBox Game Pass. Playtime. Anytime. Play the latest games with graphics that rival reality. Play with players on console. Play with the peripherals that you love. When it comes to playing your way, Windows 11 makes it happen. Norton 360 for Gamers VPNGet 1 year Norton 360 for Gamers VPN for FREE with your PC, saving up to £79.99. Whether you’re a casual or a hard-core gamer, Norton 360 for Gamers provides multiple layers of protection for your devices, game accounts, and digital assets. Browse more securely and anonymously by masking your IP address with a no-log VPN to help protect against DDoS attacks, doxxing and help prevent SWATing.
Norton 360 for Gamers offers VPN protection for up to 3 PCs, Mac, smartphones or tablets which mean you can use the VPN protection on your iPhone or Android Phone as well. Why Cyberpower?Cyberpower are an award-winning system builder based in Gateshead and one of the largest system builders in the United Kingdom. We’re a top-tier partner with the major brands such as Intel, AMD and Nvidia, meaning we’re serious about what we do and we have the pedigree to outdo the competition. *Please note: images are for illustration purposes only and some components in the final systems may differ from those visible*
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  1. d90's avatar
    It’s a bit surprising that this has 16GB of RAM and a 1TB NVMe. The rest of the build is high-end and a lot of modern games average around 70-100GB.

    If it’s an option I’d recommend 32GB and a 2TB NVMe but not if the price is much higher. RAM is easier to upgrade yourself later too.
  2. Dillion_Kum's avatar
    11gen i9
  3. xRBLx's avatar
    A decent spec'd with a 4080 sub £2k. Not seen a pre build at that price.

    If I had to nit pick I'd say 32gb RAM is needed now for some newer game titles.
    Czubaka's avatar
    Which titles would that be that 32gb is needed? Unless you're dealing with content creation or you need your pc for productivity you won't see any noticable gains for gaming by going from 16 to 32.
    Having said that, 2k PC, you'd expect 32 for future proofing.
  4. fishmaster's avatar
    Must be me but PC pricing seems like a total rip off. No idea how a 11th gen Intel based system is worth having for £2000. The CPU is nowhere near high end in 2023 and for £2K I'd want some higher end compute power.
  5. Dray's avatar
    Not voting either way but as Cyberpower does NOT mention the details of the Ram, Motherboard or PSU. I'd rather buy from somewhere else that doesn't hide/Ignore those details even if that cost another £500 to get quality compenents

    16GB = what specs>2400Mhz CL78 or 3600 CL 16?
    Does the Motherboard support Overclocking?
    Psu = what wattage and how reliable? Is it the cheapest PSu that will just about run the hardware till Warranty expires?
    Jetaylor's avatar
    Agreed, mentioned in another comment, all these areas are the margins on this build and similar. Will be some noname gen 3 ssd and a gold power supply
  6. lehaandreev's avatar
    Trash cpu and only 16gb only ddr4 ram??Should be 13600k with 32gb ddr5 for that price
    mylesfitz's avatar
    I got a stormforce PC 32gb DDR5 ram with an i7 13700k for this price
  7. cheekynana's avatar
    Unfortunately can't configure this but purchased the 4070ti version a couple of months on a sale and my son bought the 4090 version, absolutely brilliant

    But short on the ram (edited)
    SuperSportBilly's avatar
    Did your son buy this one ? If so I’d be interested if you could give a bit more info on the specs of the PSU, MB, RAM and SSD if possible please. Costco website a bit light on info.

  8. Demoki's avatar
    As mentioned. 2k and only 16gb ram? Strange choice.
  9. bip50's avatar
    My key concern is it does not tell the PSU details and also 11th Gen cpu.
    Also 16GB of ram seems a bit low for a 4080 built. The CPU and motherboard maybe a problem for future upgrade, and also to add more Ram and storage will increase the cost by a fair bit anyway...
    I noticed a lot of these pre-built always have some parts that you don't want...
  10. SuperSportBilly's avatar
    I like the look of this one Ryzen 7700X, 32gb DDR5 RAM & 4090
    Not sure about PSU or full specs though.
    A lot of money but not a bad price for a 4090 pre-built compared to the open market.
    Stormforce was competing with the 10% off code recently with quality case, cooler, PSU.
    Palicomp are £3500 but that’s a 7900X - 670E MB - even if adjusted to like for like then the Costco seems to be no worse value. Would want a bit more info on MB, RAM, SSD and PSU though.
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