Let’s review the CyberTronPC Gamer Master GMA2200A desktop gaming PC since it recently became a top seller on Amazon. Does the hardware add up to the price?
Whenever you’re looking into a pre-built gaming PC you need to make sure you understand all of the hardware that is inside. From there, you can determine whether or not it’s worth the asking price. That’s what I plan to do, let’s find out if it’s worth picking up.
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.
It’s time to review the CybertronPC Borg-Q GM4213A desktop PC because it’s a sort of “trendy” PC for people looking to get into PC gaming but there isn’t much value given per dollar spent.
What do I mean by this?
The guts, or the hardware, inside of this specific PC really isn’t the best bang for your buck, and that’s what I’m all about. The only reason someone would really want to purchase this PC is so that they wouldn’t have to build their own, which is where the beauty of PC gaming lies. It’s really easy to build your own PC! Continue reading →