Learn more about CyberPowerPC GUA250 Desktop PC, AMD FX-4100 (3.60GHz), 8GB DDR3 Memory, 1TB HDD, DVD Super Multi-Drive, NVIDIA GT520, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit:
|The CyberpowerPC Gamer Ultra GUA250 feature’s AMD latest “bulldozer” FX 4100 quad-core CPU alongside GeForce GT520 graphics for superb multitasking and multimedia performance. The GUA250 also includes 8GB of system memory and a 1TB HDD for your media files.|
Customer Reviews of CyberPowerPC GUA250 Desktop PC, AMD FX-4100 (3.60GHz), 8GB DDR3 Memory, 1TB HDD, DVD Super Multi-Drive, NVIDIA GT520, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
counterfeit windows 7 program6/29/2013
I have not been able to use the computer because the windows 7 program is counterfeit! I emailed Rakuten and went through pay pal and have had no response from rakuten to resolve this problem so this will be the last idem I buy from them. Maybe if they read this they might respond.
This is an excellent computer but I did have an issue that I had to correct in the BIOS to fix it. Other than that little glitch it runs great and does everything my son wants it to do. Fast with plenty of fans for cooling. Well put together and performs well.
Good value for the money5/1/2012
The fans are very loud! The red neon and LEDs are more disturbing than cool, probably there is a way to turn them off. I was playing Shift 2 on it with high graphic settings. My desktop was a dead on arrival, the hard drive was not detected by the motherboard.
Good for the money3/4/2012
Overall this computer is great for the price, pretty cool looking too. Plays Skyrim at medium settings and GTA at high settings. only complant is that the CPU cooler and the power supply are a little loud.(planning to upgrade). graphics card isnt the best either but still preforms well, i would also upgrade the graphics card down the line but for now it preforms fine.
I love my new desktop. This is what I really needed. 8GB is enough for me because I don't need lot of GB. Its way better than my old computer because it runs twice as faster than my old computer. It has window 7 so its definitely better. Its also 3D so thats why I really like this desktop.
I opened the case to verify all the connections were tight (they were). It was super easy to set up. I just plugged it in, attached the keyboard and mouse and my old monitor (my new one is still in the mail). It started up happily and ran me through the windows setup. I had to glance at the documentation briefly to figure out where the windows activation key was. That's it, and I was up and running. It's not overloaded with bloatware, which is nice. There was a link to Zynga games on the desktop, that's all. I've seen new computers come with as many as a dozen stupid trial versions of 3rd party software that demand payment after a few weeks, so it was nice not to see that. It hooked up to the internet instantly when I plugged it into my router. As far as gaming is concerned... it is leaps and bounds ahead of my old slow laptop. I realize this thing is described as a "low end, entry level gaming machine" by reviewers, but I have had no trouble running any modern game. Starcraft 2, Skyrim, Star Wars Old Republic, they all work just fine. You can't crank up the details all the way on higher-end games, but hey, I was playing them before on reduced resolution with ALL options on super low, and still getting horrible framerates, so this new computer seems like a miracle machine to me! To a hardcore gamer with a $2000 machine, I'm sure I'd be dismissed as having low expectations... but I can play everything I want so I'm happy. :)