CyberPowerSystems

  an1m0 21:36 18 Sep 2008
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I am looking to buy from CyberPowerSystems. can anybody tell me what their customer service is like, etc?

The computer i am looking at is around the 700-900 Pounds budget. The following build i have is:

Antec 900 gaming case. Maximum fans fitted.

Hiper Type-M SLI/Crossfire Ready 580 Watt Power Supply

AMD Phenom™ X4 9750 Quad-Core CPU w/ HyperTransport Technology

CoolerMaster Liquid CPU Cooling System (Superior Cooling Performance + Extreme Silent at 20dBA)

MSI K9A2 CF-F AMD 790X CrossFire Chipset DDR2/1066 Dual 16X PCIE SATA RAID MB w/GbLAN,USB2.0,&7.1Audio

4 gig DDR2 ram.

ATI Radeon HD 4870 PCI-E x16 512MB DDR5 Video Card

500gig HDD.

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this comes to 881 Pounds, including 64bit vista OS. What do you think of this

I am aware that Intel are performing better in The processor market, but wouldnt it work out the same using ATI + AMD, rather than ATI + Intel.

  an1m0 21:39 18 Sep 2008

Also an extra note, I will not be upgrading this pc for a long time, so i will not be buying any parts separately to cut down on costs.

  citadel 23:28 18 Sep 2008

you can get an ip45 motherboard that is crossfire but uses intel cpu's, these overclock easily and are better.

  an1m0 23:43 18 Sep 2008

So i would have to use an intel processor?

wouldnt i lose some of the gfx cards performance

I thought the rule of thumb was amd + ati. and vice versa

I dont intend to overclock really.

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