$1,199.00

iBUYPOWER Pro Gaming PC Computer Desktop Trace 4 MR 9340 (AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz, AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT 4GB, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 240GB SSD, WiFi Ready, Windows 10 Home)

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iBUYPOWER Pro Gaming PC Computer Desktop Trace 4 MR 9340 (AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz, AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT 4GB, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 240GB SSD, WiFi ready, Windows 10 Home)

3 reviews for "iBUYPOWER Pro Gaming PC Computer Desktop Trace 4 MR 9340 (AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz, AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT 4GB, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 240GB SSD, WiFi Ready, Windows 10 Home)"

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    Very nice CPU and Video Card for the price point, in fact the lowest pre-built system with that combo I could find at the time of review… Case is great for airflow and filters on vents. Its a frame for a better gaming system but the MB requires changing almost immediately. My last ground up build was 10+ years old, (having sat unused for 8 years of that time) by now so I had a major overhaul and only kept my 10 year old “future proofed” power supply.Pros:-VC good enough -> came with a ASRock RX5500XT 4G.-CPU Great -> did come with a Ryzen 3600-Case layout and components are no frills but very well designed no idea name but plenty of RGB (too much for an adult)Cons:-Out of Box ASRock A320 Motherboard had pin temp (VRM I think could not diagnose location) showing 120deg C (115-121) with multiple hardware monitoring programs. Had to replace the MB to avoid a fire (at those temps chips burn quick chips usually rated for 5 yr @ 100 deg c, at 121 deg Arrhenius Equation tells you you’ll likely have a problem soon). I replaced with a X570 AORUS, all temps less than 50 deg including VRM.-CPU Fan Sucked out of Box – the included CPU fan was a no name el cheapo unit loud and bad at cooling 50-75 deg C all the time… wish it came with the AMD Wraith, it does not. Replaced with CM 212 with MX-4, runs at 26-50 now.-Power Supply was a High Power 500W… I replaced with an old Corsair TX850W from a decade ago. My first thought to troubleshoot the hot WB was the PSU being bad.-Ram ADATA 8G 2333 single stick out of the box… It’s a waste of the CPU and GPU to run it without dual channel -> instead got 2x16g Team Dark Z 3200…. Ran much smoother.

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    Very nice CPU and Video Card for the price point, in fact the lowest pre-built system with that combo I could find at the time of review… Case is great for airflow and filters on vents. Its a frame for a better gaming system but the MB requires changing almost immediately. My last ground up build was 10+ years old, (having sat unused for 8 years of that time) by now so I had a major overhaul and only kept my 10 year old “future proofed” power supply.Pros:-VC good enough -> came with a ASRock RX5500XT 4G.-CPU Great -> did come with a Ryzen 3600-Case layout and components are no frills but very well designed no idea name but plenty of RGB (too much for an adult)Cons:-Out of Box ASRock A320 Motherboard had pin temp (VRM I think could not diagnose location) showing 120deg C (115-121) with multiple hardware monitoring programs. Had to replace the MB to avoid a fire (at those temps chips burn quick chips usually rated for 5 yr @ 100 deg c, at 121 deg Arrhenius Equation tells you you’ll likely have a problem soon). I replaced with a X570 AORUS, all temps less than 50 deg including VRM.-CPU Fan Sucked out of Box – the included CPU fan was a no name el cheapo unit loud and bad at cooling 50-75 deg C all the time… wish it came with the AMD Wraith, it does not. Replaced with CM 212 with MX-4, runs at 26-50 now.-Power Supply was a High Power 500W… I replaced with an old Corsair TX850W from a decade ago. My first thought to troubleshoot the hot WB was the PSU being bad.-Ram ADATA 8G 2333 single stick out of the box… It’s a waste of the CPU and GPU to run it without dual channel -> instead got 2x16g Team Dark Z 3200…. Ran much smoother.

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    The Q+ A says it will handle ANY of the modern Call of Duty games – no shot – took it out of the box and started downloading warzone. Halfway through it told me storage was full. Was told I could purchase more memory/storage. How does a gaming pc not handle a game that my 6yr old ps4 can with zero problems. 100% disappointed. Someone tell me if I’m doing something wrong?

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