Question Completely Different Build At CyberPowerPC

Ariel Schnee

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This is a new build I am trying here.

I will be connecting my old XP computer up with my new one with this. https://www.startech.com/en-us/server-management/sv411kusb . I simply don't have enough room for more than one keyboard, mouse, monitor, pair of speakers, etc..

Monitor: HP LE1901w. Here. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/634741-REG/HP_Hewlett_Packard_NK570A8_ABA_LE1901w_19_Widescreen_Computer.html/specs .

Keyboard: Already have one. Here. https://www.fanficparadise.com/arielschnee/gallery/s-l1600.jpg

Mouse: Already have one. Here. https://www.fanficparadise.com/arielschnee/gallery/s-l1600.jpg

KVM Switch: https://www.startech.com/en-us/server-management/sv411kusb .

GPU Adapter Cable: https://www.startech.com/en-us/audio-video-products/hd2vgae2 .

Here's the build.

http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/saved/1QGURR .
 
Cyberpower, 3500 dollars.

You'd be better off spending 2500 dollars on parts you chose and paying someone 500 dollars if necessary to assemble those parts.

Spend the 500 you saved on cheap thrills.

You're from West Monroe, right? I think you posted a month or two back about building. Were you able to make any headway on finding an assembler...at a local computer science lab or classroom or anywhere at all?

Hate to see you spend that 3500 that way.
 
If you absolutely won't build it yourself or have someone local build it, you're better off here than at Cyperpower:


Puget Systems.

The linked system is 3500 also, but customizable. Or choose AMD there if you want.
 

g-unit1111

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Cyberpower, 3500 dollars.

You'd be better off spending 2500 dollars on parts you chose and paying someone 500 dollars if necessary to assemble those parts.

Spend the 500 you saved on cheap thrills.

You're from West Monroe, right? I think you posted a month or two back about building. Were you able to make any headway on finding an assembler...at a local computer science lab or classroom or anywhere at all?

Hate to see you spend that 3500 that way.
Totally agree, $3500 on Cyberpower is $3500 completely wasted. Too if you have access to a Micro Center you can buy the parts and have them assemble it. Alternately Newegg has a custom configuration as well.
 

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