About a year ago i bough myself a cyberpowerpc with an amd fx 6300 and an rx 560, terrible buy for the money, I know. First thing I looked into was upgrading my storage from a hard drive to an ssd. It improved my boot times and responsiveness, and cut down loading times, but thats about it. Still having a stuttery mess of high and low fps in games. So I waited, until christmas came around a few days ago, and decided to buy a new motherboard, cpu and ram. That fixed everything, my fps has never been more smoother and consistent, I can CPU render things in premiere way faster, and just overall, a better experience. Hope you enjoy the pictures!

Part Reviews


Great buy for the money, fast and responsive, but no IGPU (Which I already knew)

CPU Cooler

Very quiet, pretty loud when it ramps up on boot, but have never heard it ramp up in windows when gaming/editing, so im pleased!


Very scary, because if you hard shutdown the board, it reboots 3 times before it posts again, but soft shutting down, theres no issues turning it back on.


Have had issues running in dual channel. Other than that, great product


Very fast boot times and loading screens arent there for long!


Its a hard drive, what else lol.

Video Card

Great gpu paired with a great cpu, anything above an i3 9100 will make this card shine!


Beautiful case with nice RGB.

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  • 3 months ago
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Were you able to run the memory in dual channel?

  • 3 months ago
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No unfortunately. Single channel is the only that works

  • 3 months ago
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F in the chat

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  • 3 months ago
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Latency, mostly.