CyberPowerPC Gamer Supreme Gaming PC (AMD Ryzen 9 5900X/1TB SSD/16GB RAM/RTX 3080/Windows 11) - English

Model Number: SLC8400BSTV3
Web Code: 15741156

CyberPowerPC Gamer Supreme Gaming PC - English

Overview

Delight the gamer in you with this CyberPowerPC Gamer Supreme gaming PC. Packed with an AMD Ryzen 9 5900X CPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and an AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT, this robust machine can handle demanding games without any fuss or lag. Its advanced liquid cooling system ensures optimal heat dissipation, even during prolonged gaming sessions.

Overview

Delight the gamer in you with this CyberPowerPC Gamer Supreme gaming PC. Packed with an AMD Ryzen 9 5900X CPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and an AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT, this robust machine can handle demanding games without any fuss or lag. Its advanced liquid cooling system ensures optimal heat dissipation, even during prolonged gaming sessions.

  • 3.7GHz octa-core AMD Ryzen 9 5900X processor along with 16GB of PC4-24,000 (3,000MHz DDR4) RAM delivers a powerful performance to handle demanding games, video editing software, and daily multitasking efficiently
  • 1TB solid state drive (SSD) offers ample storage for all your digital files with quick loading and retrieval times
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card with 10GB of dedicated video memory delivers blazing-fast video output with highly-immersive graphics and visuals
  • Integrated Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) and 10/100/1000 Ethernet connectivity options provide seamless internet access from wired or wireless networks
  • Six USB 3.1 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports, 1 HDMI port, 2 DisplayPorts, 1 PS/2 port, 3 audio ports, 1 LAN port, 1 headphone jack, and 1 microphone jack allow you to plug in various gaming accessories such as game consoles, monitors, headphones, speakers, USB drives, and more with ease
  • Realtek sound card delivers amazing sound quality that matches the stellar gaming visuals
  • VR-ready design supports virtual reality games and applications to give you an enhanced gaming experience (VR-accessories sold separately)
  • Liquid cooling system prevents the PC from overheating by quickly dissipating the internal heat for efficient performance
  • Sleek and lightweight chassis with custom RGB case lighting offers a vibrant look to your gaming setup with colourful lighting effects
  • Pre-installed 64-bit Windows 11 Home (English) operating system features an intuitive user interface and advanced security features for data protection
  • Includes a USB gaming keyboard and 7-colour RGB gaming mouse combo for instant setup and use

Base Features

Pre-loaded Operating System
Windows 11 Home 64-bit Edition 
Operating System Language
English
Processor Type
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
Processor Speed
3.7 GHz
Processor Cores
12
Processor Cache
64MB L3
RAM Size
16 GB
RAM Type
16 GB PC4-24000 (3000 MHz DDR4)
Solid-State Drive Capacity
1 TB
Optical Drive
Not Applicable
Graphics Card
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080
Dedicated Graphic Card
Yes
Video Memory
10GB
Sound Card
Realtek
Audio Output
3x Audio Jack
Loaded Software
None
Cooling System
Liquid Cooling
Power Supply
1000 W
ENERGY STAR Qualified
No

Display

Built-in Monitor
No
HDCP Compliant
Yes
Touchscreen Display
No
VR Ready
Yes

Networking

Ethernet Port
10/100/1000
Integrated Wi-Fi
802.11 AC
Integrated Bluetooth
No

Inputs & Outputs

Card Reader
No
USB Ports
6 USB 3.1, 2 USB 2.0
I/O Ports - Front
2 x USB 3.1; 1 x Headphone; 1 x Microphone
I/O Ports - Back
10 x PS/2; 4 x USB 3.1; 2 x USB 2.0; 1 x LAN; 3 Audio; 1 x HDMI; 1 x DisplayPort
Other Input or Output Ports
None
Expansion Slots
2 PCI-E x16 - 1 Available, 2 PCI-E x1 - 1 Available, 1 M.2 - 0 Available

Product Features

Webcam
No
Colour
Black
Dimensions (cm)
21.6 (W) x 49 (H) x 45.5 (D) cm
Dimensions (in)
8.5 (W) x 19.29 (H) x 17.91 (D) in
Weight
14.1 kg
Weight (lbs)
31.09 lb
  • USB Gaming Keyboard
  • 7 Color RGB Gaming Mouse
  • Power Cable

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Reviewer Recommendation

89%

Of the 87 reviewers who responded, 77 would recommend this product.

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  • Great Setup for Davinci Resolve Users
    Verified BuyerReviewed by Medicfl1 - December 31, 2021

    Add RAM to 32Gb Min for Fusion otherwise this setup w/ the Asus Prime X570 MOBO w/ Gigabyte RTX3080, 1TB WD Blue SSD C: Drive & included Mouse / Mechanical Keyboard & Bluetooth Card w/ Antenna w/ it's AIO Water Cooling is good to go with your Monitor. Comes with a USB card to Register, is quiet and will handle all your needs at a good price. I'm switching out with 3600 DDR4 RAM as others have just to insure it will handle Blender/Fusion w/o a Problem, but you would be hard pressed to out do these Specs at this price elsewhere. There is a sticker on it that says to use the First HDMI slot but I had to use the Second slot to get my 4k HDR TV to show the screen. Be sure to do all your updates including the Nvidia driver. There are PCIE slots left to add on (say an Intensity Pro Card for Clean out Feed) & cables included for HDD's as well as a second SSD slot free.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • Serious issues, but would buy again in this market
    Verified BuyerReviewed by TheEducator - January 15, 2022

    Summary: This desktop gaming computer is drastically overpriced and has some quality issues, but given the current state of the GPU market, the consumer would be hard-pressed to do better. While I would have given this PC a five-star rating, I sadly had to reduce my rating to three stars, due to the quality control issues as well as the lack of customer support from CyberPowerPC. That said, the consumer can fix most of the shortcomings with some time and additional cost, but at this price point, CyberPowerPC should have done much better. Background: I am a typical home consumer / gamer, with a moderate level of computer knowledge, who is not being compensated for this review. I purchase a new computer and/or game console every few years, and I don’t do much research until a few weeks prior to a new purchase. I have owned dozens of game consoles, desktop PCs, and laptop PCs over the years, but this is actually my first true gaming PC. My setup: While CyberPowerPC delivers slightly different component parts on each PC (based on market availability), other reviewers here received much the same parts as I did. I received: CPU (AMD Ryzen 9 5900X); MOBO (ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 WiFi AX); GPU (GIGABYTE Gaming OC GeForce RTX 3080); PS (Apevia 1000W 80+ Gold); SSD (ADATA SX6000LNP 1TB PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280); Case (CyberPowerPC Mid-tower Gaming Case with 2 x RGB Strips); RAM (TEAMGROUP T-Force Vulcan Z DDR4 16GB Kit (2x8GB) 3200MHz (PC4-25600) CL16; AOI (CoolerMaster ML120L RGB V2); Fans (3 x CyberPowerPC); Wired Keyboard and Wired Mouse (CyberPowerPC). {4+ to 5- Stars for core components} Discussion: As shipped, this PC had pretty decent component parts (with some exceptions), but the performance was quite poor. If it were not for the built-in safety features, this thing might have gone up in smoke in the short term or fizzled out earlier than it should have in the long term. As shipped, my Celsius readings without load were GPU (45); CPU (54) M/B (37); and SB (58). After loading Cyberpunk 2077 at around 60 fps (4k), my readings skyrocketed to GPU (88); CPU (91); M/B (52); and SB (63). In addition to the cooling issue, the PC was also quite loud. {Minus stars for heat and noise} At the suggestion of several of the other reviewers, I took a closer look at the fan installation. Although it was indicated that CyberPowerPC had rectified the situation, I found that my PC had shipped with a a total of four case fans (two attached to the AIO and two attached to the side of the case), and that all of them were blowing air into the case. So apparently, at least for my PC, the fan placement issue remained unchanged. To fix the problem, I reversed the two fans on the AIO to blow the air outward and I moved the two fans from the side of the case to the front of the case (blowing inward). As suggested by other reviewers, this little fix made SIGNIFICANT changes to the heat problem. My new readings without load were GPU (45); CPU (37) M/B (32); and SB (53), and with load GPU (68); CPU (67); M/B (39); and SB (51). While this fix did not cost any additional money, it did take my time and I find it completely unacceptable that I was left to educate myself and to fix this as a consumer, especially at this price point. I am not a professional, but after the fix, I believe the heat levels were not fantastic, but they were adequate for a prebuilt PC. {Minus stars for consumer research and repairs} After making the fix, I believe the PC would meet the basic expectations of most users and would be a good value for a prebuilt gaming computer AS PRICED ONE YEAR AGO (under $2,000 at BestBuy). With the current pricing (approaching $3,000), the value is a bit more of a stretch. While I do recognize that the price increase is on par with the price increase of GPUs offered by third party sellers, the simple reality is that there has not been a significant change in the MSRP during the same period. In other words, I’m calling into question whether the cost to put the PC together has changed, or if CyberPowerPC hasn’t simply increased their profit. That aside, unless you are one of the lucky few who scores a GPU at MSRP though BestBuy or elsewhere, or unless you are willing to wait out the market, then you will be hard-pressed to do much better than this. {Minus stars for price inflation} My upgrades: As discussed above, I feel the computer is adequate as shipped (after moving the fans), but it was a bit short of what I personally was looking for. Most of the core components were actually on par with what I would have used if I were to construct the PC myself, but the minor components left something to be desired. Specifically, while 16k RAM and 1TB SDD might be perfectly adequate for many users, I opted for to: 1) replace the RAM (G. Skill Trident Z Neo Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 288-Pin SDRAM PC4-28800 DDR4 3600-CL16); 2) add another SDD (SAMSUNG 970 EVO Plus SSD 2TB - M.2 NVMe Interface Internal Solid-State Drive); and 3) to replace the wired mouse and keyboard with wireless versions. Of course, in doing so I ended up costing myself some cash by not using some of the items that shipped with the unit, but that is always an issue with purchasing a pre-built PC, and those upgrades were entirely by my choice. {Neutral stars for upgrades} Noise issue: With some investigation, I determined that the excessive noise was due to two fan issues. The first was that the software had not been optimized by CyberPowerPC prior to shipping, so basically the fans were running at full force with or without load. I was able to rectify the issue by adjusting the settings in the BIOS and in the motherboard software that I downloaded online. The second issue was that the cheap CyberPowerPC case fans were rattling and making a bunch of noise. I imagine I could have contacted them about a replacement, but I already had attempted to contact them (as discussed below), so I did not bother. As mentioned above, while I was mostly happy with the core components they used, it was the lesser components like these fans that I was displeased with. At this price point and with solid core components, was it really worth it to save a few bucks on a fan? {Minus stars for cheap minor parts} Customer service: Prior to purchasing the PC, but after reading the reviews, I was concerned that the cooling might be acceptable, but I knew that I wanted to further improve the performance because I plan to keep this computer for several years (long after the warrantee expires). Unfortunately, after placing my order, I noticed on the pictures at BestBuy that there was a tag that said the warrantee would be invalidated if the AIO was replaced. Since I wanted to have the ability to make the change, I emailed CyberPowerPC to find out if that was in fact true. That said, after receiving the PC, I realized the tag was placed by the AIO manufacturer and was addressing the port for adding cooling fluid. So, the good news is I realized I could replace the AIO, but the bad news is that I have yet to hear back from CyberPowerPC, and that was three weeks ago. {Minus stars for customer service} AIO replacement: As discussed, while the cooling was adequate, I wanted even better performance and to get rid of the excessive fan noise. Accordingly, decided to replace the AIO single cooler with an AIO triple cooler and to replace all of the fans with higher quality / less noisy ones. It is worth noting here that the factory installed fans come with RGB lighting, but that it is controlled by a button on the PC case, and it can’t be controlled with software. I ended up replacing the AIO (NZXT Kraken Z73 360mm - RL-KRZ73-01 - AIO RGB CPU Liquid Cooler - Customizable LCD) and the fans (Lian Li UNI Fan SL120 fans with controller “ARGB 120mm LED PWM”). After the switch, I had a total of 8 case fans (three out-facing attached at the top of the case to the AIO; one out-facing attached to the rear of the case; three in-facing attached to the front of the case; and two in-facing attached to the rear side of the case). Yes, this is probably overkill, but the noise issue is completely gone and the PC runs extremely well and cool at 4k / 60 fps. My final readings without load were GPU (35); CPU (31) M/B (29); and SB (47), and with load GPU (65); CPU (62); M/B (32); and SB (48). {Plus stars for upgradability to a very good overall Gaming PC} Software: While I would have liked a copy of MS Office, all that was included was a fresh installation of MS Windows. Yes, that’s correct, there was nothing else; there was absolutely zero bloatware. I really appreciate that one, but then there was a big negative side to the whole software picture in that it appears that zero optimization was done to my PC. As with the fan software issues mentioned above, there other serious issues with not optimizing the system. I’m sure a professional would find more, but I found one in particular that cost me two days of frustration and nearly resulted in me returning the PC to BestBuy. Specifically, after getting all of my base PC setup with drivers and such, I went to backup the system and I kept getting error messages. Long story short, I finally determined that the system BIOS was shipped with the TMP 2.0 turned off. I’m lucky I even stumbled across the fix because I had never even heard of it, but as I’m sure many with more expertise than me would know, you can’t even install Windows 11 with that setting turned off. I’m not sure how that happened, but what I am sure of is how totally unacceptable it is for a PC to ship in such condition. {Plus stars for no bloatware but multiple minus stars for lack of system setup and optimization} Final note: Like seriously; I’m not making this one up. Take a look at my included photos and note the sticker on the back of my CyberPowerPC which reads, “Assembled from tested components – Complete system not tested”. Really? I’m looking at you CyberPowerPC.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • Great
    Verified BuyerReviewed by WezleyMusic - December 3, 2021

    Pros: Put together very nice and clean. It was better than I expected for a pre built. The price was very fair for today's market. The GPU was tightly secured with foam for shipping. Cons: They bent a few of the thin aluminum pieces on the GPU. I believe it was from them pushing the foam onto the GPU to secure it for shipping. Very unfortunate because it was almost perfect. The box was destroyed. The tape on the box had been cut on the top and bottom. I'm surprised it didn't fall out of the box.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • Super happy with purchase!!
    Verified BuyerReviewed by Leslie - December 18, 2021

    Incredibly happy with this beast of a machine!!! The computer worked immediately when I tried it out to my immense relief!! (I had just had to return two computers from microcenter that had not worked and was growing very frustrated and worried about getting a PC.) Very very grateful that there was no such issue with this PC and that it worked immediately! Absolute beast of a machine, it demolishes all the PC benchmarking tests I've done. Very very happy and absolutely recommend. The LED lights are also absolutely gorgeous.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • Good components, quality control issues.
    Verified BuyerReviewed by TechJunkie - November 20, 2021

    The case is heavy-duty and feels nice. I haven't had problems with cooling. There are 2 case fans on the side for air input as well as the fan for the liquid cooler at the rear of the case. -1 Star for the following 2 problems: The sound would not work Windows 11 (was this tested before shipping?). Downgrading to Windows 10 fixed my sound problem. Its not a big deal but it made me worry that the motherboard had a problem with the sound component. The power supply fan has some occasional clicking. I could probably return it for that problem, but its too much trouble to return over just that issue. I didn't try the mouse and keyboard as I have my own already.

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    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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Product Category
Computers (laptops and desktops)
Return/Exchange Period
30 days
Condition
Opened