CYBERPOWER Syber VR PC - GTX 1070 / 8GB RAM / 1TB HDD / Windows 10 - £887.35 @ Currys eBay
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CYBERPOWER Syber VR PC - GTX 1070 / 8GB RAM / 1TB HDD / Windows 10 - £887.35 @ Currys eBay

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Found 16th MarEdited by:"ocelot20"
Not a fan of pre-built systems my self. I much rather build my self. However, I understand a fair few people don't know how to build a PC. Plus this one is a well known brand from from a large retail chain. Also comes with 1 year warranty.

According to PCpartpicker: uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…hq4 you would be saving pennies building your own using comparable components.

This also comes in a nice console type case so it should fit under your TV unit. Going by the description this also comes with an Xbox One controller but it's not fully clear.

Full specs:

Windows 10
i5 6600K CPU
8GB RAM
1TB HDD
Wifi: 802.11 b/g/n
GTX 1070
Motherboard Intel B150
3x USB3 and 6x USB2 ports
450w SFX PSU


Pre-built PC's usually attracts the cold votes. So don't let that put you off. This is a pretty good system. Again you won't be able to build this much cheaper even if you bought some pre-owned components.

Paypal Credit 0% interest for 24 months is also available when buying this. £41.86 per month for 24 months.
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First sorry never done that before haha. Good find though. Heat added.
K chip but cheaping out with a non overclocking motherboard seems weird but other than that not bad
Edited by: "darynq" 16th Mar
I had one they get really hot and was all ways really worried about it over heat
Edited by: "john.rock" 16th Mar
Can't you sell on thr graphics and make a profit with the rest lol
raidenpatel3 m ago

Can't you sell on thr graphics and make a profit with the rest lol




Doubt it if you did I doubt it would be worth while profit.
seems good with 12 months warranty. you can also get 5% cashback if you go through quidco so that's another 44 odd quid if it goes through.
DDR3 memory, no SSD that I can see, it looks all quite average stuff apart from the 1070 graphics card.
Agreed a good price, heat added same specs as what I built a year ago albeit with 16gb ram and SSD - just needs recasing
Edited by: "Lee_Gilbert" 16th Mar
trevcjohnson9 m ago

DDR3 memory, no SSD that I can see, it looks all quite average stuff apart …DDR3 memory, no SSD that I can see, it looks all quite average stuff apart from the 1070 graphics card.



How do you know it's not DDR4?
Manufacturer's Part Number
ECC01505
EAN811842039703

RAM8GB DDR3 (32GB maximum installable RAM)
Processor Intel® Core™ i5-6600K Processor - Quad-core - 3.5 GHz / 3.9 GHz with Turbo Boost - 6 MB cache
Hard Drive1TB HDD, 7200 rpm
TypeGaming PC
Form Factor Gaming PC


Graphics card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (8 GB)
Storage1 TB HDD, 7200 rpm
MotherboardIntel B150
ocelot2035 m ago

How do you know it's not DDR4?


I read the description .RAM: 8 GB DDR3 (32 GB maximum installable RAM)
Can't fault their machines I've been using them for 10 years...
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Had a laptop custom built from cyber power, £1500 never worked properly from day one, useless customer service.
Edited by: "waynebeetison" 16th Mar
450w psu for VR? hmmm that'll burn out quickly
880 for this one? Ok 1070 but I can't sell my 1y old 6700K/970 with 2x aio's (cpu/gpu) 16GB DDR4 / 3TB / 480SSD 'n gaming mobo for 800ish. Will this worth 400 in a year?
borosidf24 m ago

880 for this one? Ok 1070 but I can't sell my 1y old 6700K/970 with 2x …880 for this one? Ok 1070 but I can't sell my 1y old 6700K/970 with 2x aio's (cpu/gpu) 16GB DDR4 / 3TB / 480SSD 'n gaming mobo for 800ish. Will this worth 400 in a year?



Am not sure what you are asking? Are you asking if your PC will be worth £400 or the Cyberpower PC be worth £400 in a years times?
borosidf7 h, 46 m ago

880 for this one? Ok 1070 but I can't sell my 1y old 6700K/970 with 2x …880 for this one? Ok 1070 but I can't sell my 1y old 6700K/970 with 2x aio's (cpu/gpu) 16GB DDR4 / 3TB / 480SSD 'n gaming mobo for 800ish. Will this worth 400 in a year?


Kinda agree with you there as I built mine for a similar price but with 16GB ram and 2TB HDD & 240GB SSD. The whole built was under £900 and is running almost every high-end game. I saw another PC the other day which felt was better value, sadly it has expired still linked below


hotukdeals.com/dea…582
Edited by: "hassan010" 17th Mar
ocelot209 h, 36 m ago

Am not sure what you are asking? Are you asking if your PC will be worth …Am not sure what you are asking? Are you asking if your PC will be worth £400 or the Cyberpower PC be worth £400 in a years times?




i think he is saying that he is struggling to sell his pc for 800, which from the rest of his comment im guessing he paid nearly 1600 for a year earlier. Then asking if this will be worth 400 in a years time because that's how much he thinks he has lost on his? god knows though.
raidenpatel13 h, 57 m ago

Can't you sell on thr graphics and make a profit with the rest lol



ocelot2013 h, 53 m ago

Doubt it if you did I doubt it would be worth while profit.


Looking at the rear I/O panel.of the case it looks like this computer uses a conventional graphics card on a riser. I know Cyberpower used to like to market how their steam machines were upgradeable and they used the same case, so I would wager that the GPU is easiky removable here.

Whether or not it's worth buying to attempt to make a profit is a whole other matter though. 33455958-WRdk6.jpg
Yes, sorry for the offtopic, this deal still seems nice to me. Just hard to understand people buying these, when you can find 2nd hand (most of the time with warranty) more powerful setups.

Voted hot because of the idea of keep the1070 and reselling the rest. If it's even possible.
Just seen some benchmarks of this processor i5 6600 vs the i5 7400 and the former is better. Ordered this. now will look at finding good priced 8gb ram stick.

Also a little concerned about heat this as looks quite compact. Will also be opening it to check what psu it has as running 8+ hours a day with high end games it'll need to keep up.
genieuk20081 h, 27 m ago

Just seen some benchmarks of this processor i5 6600 vs the i5 7400 and the …Just seen some benchmarks of this processor i5 6600 vs the i5 7400 and the former is better. Ordered this. now will look at finding good priced 8gb ram stick. Also a little concerned about heat this as looks quite compact. Will also be opening it to check what psu it has as running 8+ hours a day with high end games it'll need to keep up.



Check out cex for memory. I ordered 8GB ddr3 2400mhz ram for ~£40, they ship out random manufacturer unfortunately, however I ended up recieving Kingston HyperX Savage ram worth about £80, plus it comes with 12 months waranty.
Good things come in big packages:/
borosidf16th Mar

880 for this one? Ok 1070 but I can't sell my 1y old 6700K/970 with 2x …880 for this one? Ok 1070 but I can't sell my 1y old 6700K/970 with 2x aio's (cpu/gpu) 16GB DDR4 / 3TB / 480SSD 'n gaming mobo for 800ish. Will this worth 400 in a year?


Hint: sell the components separately.
genieuk200823 h, 6 m ago

Just seen some benchmarks of this processor i5 6600 vs the i5 7400 and the …Just seen some benchmarks of this processor i5 6600 vs the i5 7400 and the former is better. Ordered this. now will look at finding good priced 8gb ram stick. Also a little concerned about heat this as looks quite compact. Will also be opening it to check what psu it has as running 8+ hours a day with high end games it'll need to keep up.


But the deal has a 6600K not a 6600, which is even better than a 6600. 8+ hours of games a day, are you unemployed?
Scottc12310 m ago

But the deal has a 6600K not a 6600, which is even better than a 6600. 8+ …But the deal has a 6600K not a 6600, which is even better than a 6600. 8+ hours of games a day, are you unemployed?


haha. No, but my son is. Plays games all day. Maybe this is a bad parenting decision.
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