Do not believe the haters in the reviews! This computer is the greatest deal youll find anywhere. Its got a great graphics card and plenty of storage. Amd it has 16gb (2x8gb ddr4 dual channel ram) set up was suoer easy and man this computer is extremely fast. Yes there is a air flow issue but it is easily resolved by removing the front glass panel. Ive been using this pc for streaming and gaming combined and with tons of multitasking. Its a great comouter and you wont find a better deal elsewhere.
OVERPOWERED Gaming Desktop DTW1, 2 Year Warranty, Intel i7-8700, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070, 256GB SSD, 2TB HDD, 16GB Dual Channel RAM, Windows 10
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- Desktop Computer TypeGaming Desktops
- RAM Memory16 GB
- Operating SystemWindows 10
- Hard Drive Capacity2 TB
- Processor TypeIntel Core i7
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OVERPOWERED Gaming Desktop DTW1, 2 Year Warranty, Intel i7-8700, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070, 256GB SSD, 2TB HDD, 16GB Dual Channel RAM, Windows 10:
- Processor Intel i7-8700 CPU 3.20 Ghz
- Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU with 8GB VRAM
- Memory: 16GB Dual-Channel RAM 2440 Mhz
- 256GB SSD 2TB HDD
- Windows 10
- OverPowered DTW1 is VR Ready
- Top of case ports: 1x mic input, 1x headphone line out, 3x USB 2.0
- Motherboard ports: 1x PS/2 keyboard, 1x PS/2 mouse, 1x VGA input, 4x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.1, 1x Ethernet port, 1x mic Input, 1x line-out, 1x line-in audio
- Graphics card port: 1x HDMI port, 3x Display Port, 1x DVI port
- Net weight: 24.7lbs.
- Gross weight: 33lbs.
- Choose from multiple colors and patterns with included remote control
- 2 year warranty
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Only buy this if you can troubleshoot.
this is like buying a gem of a car for cheap that needs a little work done. this has an OC videocard... it's a $550 video card and a $300 processor in this computer. you REALLY have to either buy a new case, or fix the cooling issue in this case or it isnt worth it because the computer will inevitably destroy itself by overheating. the thing is, the front panel suffocates the 3 fans in front, and with one exhaust the thing circulates hot air inside the case. I have implemented a fix that i credit to a youtuber who I do not know the name of. ahem: behold, longer screws and plastic spacers from lowes. I have reached 20 degree processor cores while playing rise of the tomb raider on full blast.
BUY BUY BUY
Absolutely hands down the best deal you will ever find for a pre-built computer. After my Wal-Mart associate discount the total cost came to $629.30. As someone said before the graphics card alone can be worth $550 depending on where you buy it. Computer is screaming fast and im not kidding when i say i play 99% if not all games on ultra setting with no problems. Coupled with my 4k Samsung monitor this beast produces beautiful 1080p at more than 60FPS. i was pulling between 120-135 FPS on Warthunder. I completely took off glass side panel to increase airflow.
Great price/performance ratio
Put some spacers on the front panel and you have fixed the only thing wrong with the PC-low/no air intake. You can't go wrong given the cost/performance ratio. If not for the work I had to put into fixing the air issue on the front panel I would have given this 5 stars.
I was so concerned by the reviews on Walmart and Youtube. But mine works very well, and am happy about it. All the components are branded ( Ram, Motherboard, SSD,...). The PSU is made by Greatwall. You may have never heard about this brand, but no need to worry. It is OEM for many big brands. There is a review on Youtube, and its performance is good. The only issue is the front panel of the case is too close to the three fans. Thus the fans cannot work efficiently. I just remove the front panel, and put a dust filter instead. I recommend you buying it before the price changes. Nowhere for me to buy such pc with $700.
Well equipped but non expandable gaming pc
Early problems seem to be cured. Dual channel memory and front ventilation are there. Only real issue is the pc had lost its boot drive setting in bios. Once set to the ssd it booted fine. For the current price it is a very good value. Here is the good and the bad. Good Gigabyte NVidea 1070 with 8 gb of memory. Twin drives 256 mb Sandisk SSD, 2 tb Toshiba hard drive 16 gb dual channel ram Intel i7 6 core 12 thread processor. No bloatware! Clean case design glass side, easy access Decent power supply Remote for LED function Bad No mouse or keyboard, most would want to add a nice one. No wireless or Bluetooth. Huge case, no room for DVD or other drives. Very limited expandability, small motherboard SSD is not the fastest, using SATA. Depending on what matters to you this is either a great value or a limited gaming pc brought down by its lack of expandability. I like it in that it comes with enough capacity and power that I do not need to do anything to it.
I wish this would have been great.
I really was impressed with the price of this product and wanted to be able to recommend this product to others but there is some build quality issues that will need to be addressed. 1. graphics card was not plugged in. 2. the default boot device was not set to the windows disk. 3. When I got it to into windows they had 6 partitions on the 2tb drive for some weird reason. 4. I didn't notice this at first but after further inspection the USB C wire is hot glued on to the mother board, this basically forces the cable to sit and weigh down on the graphics card and really makes you wonder if they broke it off and just didn't want to tell a manager they broke the motherboard? Not sure why anyone would ever use a hot glue gun to attach a cord on the motherboard.. It will melt off... This gives me serious concerns about other aspects of this computer I haven't noticed yet.... The shame is that the parts are actually good quality and as advertised. It should have been a killer deal. to fix this Walmart needs to make sure their techs know what they are doing, trained. Also have some QA, test the machine before boxing it up. That being said Walmart support is always great. They gave me a discount on the product even. So if you are tech savvy enough and willing to redo the cable management, plug in the graphics card, go to the BIOS and set windows boot management, then this might be a machine for you if they discount it heavily.. As is, out of the box it's broken.
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