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post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by IaHawkeye View Post

You make good points. I'm sure they use cheap components to try and save on cost...I'm going to try and contact them and find out the answer to these questions, thank you so much!

Is it easy to upgrade a power supply?

If you know what all the cables are and where they go then yes. If you're inexperienced you could go along unplugging the old and plugging in the new cable by cable so you don't miss anything. Other than the cables it simply screws into the case. There are standards that mean most power supplies are similar sizes so unless you have a very small case that takes special PSUs you shouldn't have any issues.

post #17 of 20
Thread Starter 
I called Cyberpower PC and got this answers to my questions

Alicia -

Motherboard- Msi-x79 gd 45+

800 watt power supply-standard

Ram- adata, gskill, corsair, pigpen
1600mhz ddr3
He thinks it's Adata, but not sure

Liquid cooler- Asetk 510 LC

120gig Sandisk SSD

2 tbdata 7200 rpm HD - samusung or toshiba

Lg-optical drive

Ndxt century fan controller

Cfi-real lite- case
post #18 of 20

a 800w psu can mean anything. When  your pc arrives, you can always just open the side panel to look at the make and model of it. 

post #19 of 20
Thread Starter 
Are the other ones quality parts?
post #20 of 20
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Originally Posted by IaHawkeye View Post

Are the other ones quality parts?


It worries me that he didn't say the brand for the power supply but the rest seems ok.

Asetek are the OEM for a lot of liquid CPU coolers, it will certainly be better than stock cooling but honestly I have no idea how it would compare with other all-in-one liquid CPU coolers.

Adata are ok, not as good as corsair for example but with RAM brand doesn't matter much other than warranty unless you're heavily overclocking.

The SSD is probably one of Sandisk's cheaper ones, but it'll still be fairly decent and way faster than any conventional hard drive.

Still no idea what the case is but w/e.

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