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Customer Questions & Answers
- QHi Chris idk if it will be you that answers but you seem nice and patient this would be my first pc switching from console is it possible to play my Microsoft games I paid for on the pc or will that all be lost?Asked on September 26, 2021 4:15 amAnswer Hello, you should be able to access Minecraft if you sign into your Microsoft account. The computers come with a standard RGB mouse/keyboard so no worries there. If you think of anymore questions, feel free to send us an email and ask for me so I can help you out! -Chris
- QCan it fit a gtx 2080 graphics card?Asked on September 24, 2021 8:29 pmAnswer Hello Jim, it'll be a tight squeeze but you should be okay. -Chris
- QCan I connect my ethernet cable at the pc?Asked on August 5, 2021 5:12 amAnswer Hello Cristian, yes you can! -Chris
- QWhat antivirus software comes with it? What would you recommend to get?Asked on June 23, 2021 3:50 pmAnswer Hello Kris, our PCs come with Windows defender which is built into Windows. Honestly, Windows Defender is pretty good on its own but for another free solution, I personally think Malwarebytes free edition is good too. -Chris
- QHow much more ram can you add to this machine?Asked on March 30, 2021 5:58 pmAnswer Hello David, you should be able to go up to 64GB of RAM. -Chris
- QCan I install separate ram other than what came with if I remove what it came with?Asked on March 20, 2021 9:42 pmAnswer Hello Jarrett, yes you can! -Chris
I bought this computer as my son’s first Gaming PC for Christmas. He is in love with it…plenty of room to upgrade inside as his needs grow.
I just picked up the Oracle 2700x and I’ve been impressed so far. Great speed and features that won’t bust your budget. Very high quality components all the way around.
Had this PC for about 3 months and it runs any game over 130 FPS highest settings on 1440p resolution, great build haven’t had any issues so far.
* Frame rates based on 1080p resolution with high graphical settings.
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