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    I like Newegg
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    Pretty sweet! I would run a comparison on the graphics cards to help make final decision.
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    not worried about cards as i have one put in. No familiar with CYBERPOWER.
    Cyberpower processor is bit better, newer
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    Quote Originally Posted by rfruth View Post
    I like Newegg
    So do i, great service
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    IMO,i'd just go with ASUS cuz thats what i have been using before and it lasted pretty long.The processor of it is a lil bit step back from the other,but i dont think ull have any regrets even if u get the ASUS.
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    True in that sense i am coming from an ASUS. Looking at CyberPower site can't even find model or support on model, which makes me a bit frustrated if i ever needed something, telling me sites not to consumer friendly
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    CyberPower PC has its own good reputation for robust and powerful PC's, but they're not as well-known as ASUS, GigaByte and some other brands of system board manufacturers that have expanded into building full PC's. Both are good companies, but ASUS has a long-standing reputation for its quality of motherboards, i.e. "system boards".

    CyberPower PC is in itself a good company, boasting good PC's with plenty of oomph for a pretty cheap price, without skimping on their quality. I personally haven't seen many of their systems running Intel's new iX (3, 5, 7) series, but their AMD proc PC's have plenty of power.

    Truth is, either one is good, although ASUS will be more well-known.

    For best results, try one in your local computer stores such as MicroCenter, Fry's Electronics, or other retailers. You probably won't find either in Best Buy, Circuit City or Staples, but you'd find them in more "D-I-Y" style computer stores where you can buy the parts and build your own machine.

    *Is drooling over a Corsair liquid-cooled AMD A8 PC with 1TB main HDD and BD-ReW drives.*

    ... Excuse me. I have to clean that up.
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    Just Cyberpower has better processor as said. Comes with GIGABYTE board, faster DDR4 RAM. So yes, ASUS well known for there boards too. This model and others like it's brand has more available slots that i can use, plus more USB ports i need compared to ASUS Model shown.
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    Well, with either ASUS or Gigabyte boards, I'd say you're not losing out on anything. With a better processor and faster DDR4, I'd say the CyberPowerPC is a sold deal (IMHO). You say you already have a graphics card to put into it, so you're already set in that department. Go for the CyberPower PC.

    Even if you haven't heard of that company, they're running a Gigabyte board, which is another top in the industry alongside ASUS.

    Either system is a win-win, but the faster processor and newer generation of RAM give the CP PC the advantage.
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