FreeDesktopPC - CyberPower received!
This is turning out to be a great Friday )
I got my $250 bucks from PSPs4Free this morning and then this afternoon, the UPS guy shows up with this huge box from CyberPower.
It's VERY slick! Just like the new product shot on the freedesktoppc.com website.
Here's a quickie photo from my phone camera
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[quote9c5f0aa531="Rodney"]It's VERY slick! Just like the new product shot on the freedesktoppc.com website.[/quote9c5f0aa531]
Specs Please )
Do they match what's on the website?
They didn't include an invoice in the package. In fact, the "packing slip" was nothing more than a "Thank You from FreeDeskTopPC.com" printout from Gratis.
But the appearance looks exactly like what is currently on the website for the CyberPower, so my guess is that the current specs on the FDPC site are correct.
so does it work as shit as the reviews ive heard about it say? if that makes sense.
[quote123d24b29f="theysayjump"]so does it work as shit as the reviews ive heard about it say? if that makes sense.[/quote123d24b29f]
Nope, that doesn't make sense.
Works fine, just like most of the reviews I've read.
well ive read alot of people complaining about it arrives broken, or the side is caved in, it runs slowly, stops working after a few days and shit like that. i take it yours is working fine?
[quoted10808a765="theysayjump"]well ive read alot of people complaining about it arrives broken, or the side is caved in, it runs slowly, stops working after a few days and shit like that. i take it yours is working fine?[/quoted10808a765]
I've got mine and its great...came mint and runs nicely. I'm used to my 3.06GHz on this system but its not slow.
The only complaints I've ever heard about CyberPower were that their PSUs (Power Supply Units) suck some major ass. My friend bought a CyberPower computer (a decent one too.. AMD64, x800) and has sent it back twice now because their shitty PSUs burned out his peripherals.
I would maybe invest in a new PSU.
Congrats though! Too cool!
yeah and the video card that comes with this one (gratis) is kind shit also, isnt it?
[quotef7878ca182]yeah and the video card that comes with this one (gratis) is kind shit also, isnt it?[/quotef7878ca182]
Works fine for me. A have a friend who's had a cyberpower for about 3 years and he likes it more than his dell.
For every bad story, there's gonna be more good ones )
Take a look at the specs on the www.freedesktoppc.com website to learn about the video card included. It's fine for my needs.
yea, looks cool and everything...but I'm a Pentium 4 kinda guy. Also, ATI is my kinda card. D
Yeah, definitely invest in a new PSU if you want the computer long, and a new video card if you wanna do some gaming..
<--- AMD/ATi fanboy
Gosh! A freaking computer like THAT for free! Who cares about the details. It's freaking mind boggling for me.
Computer cases with LEDs and lighted fans usually are for some people..
Though, its whats on the inside that counts lol
It was free thuogh.. Id take an old p3 for free (perhaps)
Aspire cases come with low-end PSUs, but the fact they come with them at all, makes them desirable for those on a budget.
Here's some specs on a Turbolink PSU