iBUYPOWER Gaming Computer Desktop PC AM009iV2 Review
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iBUYPOWER AM009iV2 Gaming PC ‘ Review
Amazon Price: $1,099.99 $1,099.99 (as of October 19, 2017 1:13 am –
iBUYPOWER AM009iV2 Desktop Gaming PC Intel i7-7700 4-Core 3.60Ghz (4.20Ghz), GTX 1060 3GB Graphics Card, 8GB DDR4 Memory RAM, 1TB 7200RPM HDD, 240GB SSD, Win 10 Home.
This PC is amazing. Can run DOTA 2; League of Legends, and other new MMORPG’s. Perfect for all gaming enthusiast.. Must have
i love it but it doesn’t come with disk drive so note that
faster than any pc I’ve ever had
5 people found this helpful.
I had been saving up to treat myself with a great computer, and this is the one I picked. I am incredibly happy with my choice! The tower sits on my desk and is so beautiful to look at with the shaded glass sides and red accent light on the front. Specs for the computer were as advertised, and this thing is just so fast. It boots in just 5-10 seconds. I only use Wifi (not a direct Ethernet connection). I work from home full time by remoting in to a computer at work, and I also play PC games on the side. I have had zero issues with latency. Absolutely no lag, disconnects, nada.
Good value; limited room for expansion
29 people found this helpful.
Fast machine, boots very quickly. Will handle most of what you throw at it games wise. The sidepanels are tempered glass, so be careful when trying to upgrade it. Also, this has a Micro ATX motherboard so the room for expansion is limited. There are only 2 RAM slots available so if you want to upgrade RAM, the highest you can go is 32 GB with two 16 GB sticks. With that said, for the price, you really can’t go wrong.
Not Terrible for the Price
4 people found this helpful.
Out of the box, it can run most newer games at medium settings. It truly is a plug and play desktop in that all you have to do is plug the beast in, and it’ll run great. The weak link here is the graphics card is pretty low tier, and the PSU is only a 350W. Making you have to set money aside for a better one if you plan on upgrading. The PSU also doesnt have a 6 pin connector for the newer and stronger gpu’s. For 450 (the price when I bought it) you can’t really beat it even building one yourself if you factor in windows 10, and the case. If you are okay with medium settings, and you don’t have plans on upgrading than this desktop is a must buy.