Customer Questions & Answers
- QIs it safe to run the computer while the front glass is off? Or what is the point of the front fans if they are behind glass (air doesn't travel through glass)?Asked on September 7, 2021 4:21 pmAnswer Hello Stephen, it is safe but not recommended. The glass is there to prevent more dust from coming into the computer. Air gets sucked in from the open sides of the glass. While you get more airflow with the glass off, you'll also get more dust so taking the glass off does more harm than good. I would leave the glass on. -Chris
- QCan the tower support two monitors?Asked on September 7, 2021 3:38 pmAnswer Hello Austin, yes it can! -Chris
- QDoes this have an NVME slot?Asked on September 4, 2021 11:09 amAnswer Hello Derrick, yes it does! -Chris
- QDoes it have a slot for and sd card?Asked on August 12, 2021 12:59 pmAnswer Hello Rafael, it does not have a slot for an SD card but you can buy an SD Card to USB adapter on places like Amazon or Newegg. -Chris
- QHow do you take off the front panel of glass to clean it?Asked on July 29, 2021 6:26 pmAnswer Hello Liam, you you want to gently pull on the bottom of the case outward and it should just pop right off. If you're not sure, give us a call and we would be more than happy to help. -Chris
- QCan it run virtual reality?Asked on July 3, 2021 7:29 amAnswer Hello Jake, it should be able to handle all VR headsets just fine! -Chris
The build I had priced & what Skytech had to offer was not far off my budget. Same day shipping and 5 days later I was enjoying the beauty of what this machine has to offer.
Ramon InoaShadow 3.0
I could not be more pleased with my purchase! Not only can the Shiva handle the most intense graphics, but it fits my personal tastes.
I bought this PC for my son for Christmas and helped him set it up. I also feel like they are good value for a custom built PC and don’t cost much more than if you built it yourself.
Jeremy LynchMark V
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