CybertronPC Palladium Gaming Desktop Review, Which Model Is Worth It?

It’s time to review the CybertronPC Palladium gaming desktop because it has some of the newer hardware within, but which model is worth getting the most?

There are four different models to choose from when looking at the Palladium and I’d like to get into the details as to which one is the best pick when looking at the “best bang for your buck” option.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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CyberPowerPC Gamer Ultra GUA4500A Gaming Desktop Review, Is It Worth Getting?

Today I’d like to write a review of the CyberPowerPC Gamer Ultra GUA4500A gaming desktop because it’s fairly new to the market and is promoted as VR ready.

I’ll be going into the details behind the hardware in this PC to see if it can really handle VR gaming. At this price point it had better have some pretty awesome hardware inside!

With that, let’s get to the review.

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CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme GXiVR8020A2 Desktop Review, A VR Ready Computer?

Today I’d like to review one of Amazon’s top selling computers which is the CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme GXiVR8020A2 desktop. It is promoted as VR ready, but is it actually ready?

VR today takes quite a bit of power and the future of it will inevitably take more so any gaming PC that is advertised as being “ready” for it had better have the future in mind as well.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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ASUS G11CD US009T Desktop Computer Review, A Decent Pre-Built?

It’s time to review the ASUS G11CD US009T desktop computer because I believe that it’s one of the better and more fair pre-built computers out there for gaming.

As you can tell from many of the other pre-built desktop reviews that I write on the site, I’m not a fan of pre-built computers. 9/10 times you’re going to get ripped off because you could spend the same amount and build a PC of your own for a lot more power.

ASUS didn’t do too bad with this one though. You’re still better off going with a build of your own for optimal power per dollar spent, but these specs are “doable” for those that really don’t care to try and go for a build of their own.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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CybertronPC Shockwave X6-9600 Review, Is It Good Enough?

It’s time to review the CybertronPC Shockwave X6-9600 gaming computer because although it looks extremely awesome, it’s what’s in on the inside that counts.

I’m talking about the specifications, the parts that really count when it comes to having a high quality gaming PC that actually delivers on the PC gaming experience.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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CyberpowerPC Gamer Ultra GUA3400A Gaming Desktop Review, Where Does It Lack?

The CyberpowerPC Gamer Ultra GUA3400A gaming desktop is one of the top sellers on Amazon right now so I figured it was time to write up a review of it.

As always, it’s a better idea to build your own computer since you get the most bang for your buck – meaning that you actually get the right amount of power behind each dollar that you invest in it.

I get it, some people think that they wouldn’t be able to put a build of their own together and I’m not saying that’s a totally bad thing, some people just want to upgrade the graphics card as well as not having to worry about actually putting it together.

9/10 times pre-built PCs aren’t a good idea and that’s exactly why I always preach for people to build their own. You save so much more money for what you get out of building your own.

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SkyTech Shadow Gaming Computer Review, Is It Good Enough?

It’s time to review the Skytech Shadow gaming computer since it’s one of the top 100 sold PCs on Amazon. Is it really good enough for what you pay?

People that are new to the world of PC gaming never really look at or even know what to look at when trying to see whether or not a PC is worth picking up. Most of the time, the hardware inside doesn’t match up for what you pay for.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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Xidax Review, Should You Just Build Your Own PC Rig?

I’d like to review over Xidax for their “ultimate” custom gaming PCs. Most pre-built sites like this don’t really have good value, but we’ll see if Xidax does!

I’ll be looking into different budget points for custom PCs that they have, if the parts are of quality measure and if it’s actually worth getting for the price.

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CyberpowerPC Gamer Ultra GUA880 Review, Does It Live Up To Today’s Standards?

It’s time for a CyberpowerPC Gamer Ultra GUA880 review for many don’t think it is of good enough value for the price. I’ll do the hard work for you.

I’d like to analyze the actual hardware included with this desktop, really to dive deep into it to really see what it’s capable of.

Just like most pre-built gaming computers, the video card isn’t at all ready for today’s standard of gaming – mainly for the AAA titles which is the type of games most people really want to play.

Most people nowadays also have at least a 1080p resolution display that they want to game with. With this desktop as is, 1080p would be doable but only for small indie titles. You’d have to play on 720p and probably even lower if you’re wanting to play the newer games on lowest settings.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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Why You Should Never Buy A Pre Built Gaming PC

Are you looking at a pre built gaming PC that is relatively cheap, one that is looking nice? You need to understand what’s really under the hood with these PCs.

There are so many computer companies out there that try to boast how awesome their hardware is and how great it looks when the reality is that almost the exact opposite is true.

I’ve reviewed a few pre built gaming PCs lately and there is a trend of there being crappy hardware inside that doesn’t match the actual power and value that is to be expected when the PC arrives at your doorstep. Even most of the sites that give you a guide to build your own PC that they build for you don’t give you the most power per dollar spent.

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