Higher Frames Per Second in More Games

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare performs at 126fps with AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz (3.9 GHz Max Boost) & Nvidia GTX 1660 6GB GDDR5
126 FPS


84 FPS


Borderlands 3 performs at 82fps with AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz (3.9 GHz Max Boost) & Nvidia GTX 1660 6GB GDDR5
82 FPS


55 FPS


Control performs at 91fps with AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz (3.9 GHz Max Boost) & Nvidia GTX 1660 6GB GDDR5
91 FPS


60 FPS


Gears of War 5 performs at 94fps with AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz (3.9 GHz Max Boost) & Nvidia GTX 1660 6GB GDDR5
94 FPS


64 FPS


Fortnite: Chapter 2 performs at 107fps with AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz (3.9 GHz Max Boost) & Nvidia GTX 1660 6GB GDDR5
107 FPS


66 FPS


PUBG performs at 93fps with AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz (3.9 GHz Max Boost) & Nvidia GTX 1660 6GB GDDR5
93 FPS


64 FPS


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Reviews (7)

4.86 out of 5
  1. Merrik R.

    So far this PC is very good. I had a slow start as the GPU was not able to read my monitor right out of the box but when I brought the CPU to Skytech they swapped it out right away and made sure everything else was working. It was easy and they were fast and helpful. Their support was great on the phone too before I had to take it in.
    This is my first PC and I am very impressed with the way it handles all my favorite games. I like the look of it too. It’s very cool.

  2. Tom S

    Five starts on this PC – flawlessly runs all games at max settings.

  3. Leonardo Perez

    This Pc Is Amazing And Satisfies All my gaming needs, Handles All My Games Very Well! Highly Recommend!

  4. Matthew

    I bought this gaming computer on amazon and it didn’t ship yet but it looks great due to the reviews on it. It has a GTX 1660 6gb which can handle the AAA title games at 1080p with 60 FPS+. I would defiantly recommend this computer to people who want a upgrade or if it’s their first computer. This will last you a long time due to its amazing CPU and GPU. Best bang for your buck. If you were to build this computer than it would be 100 dollars less but 100 dollars for 1 year warranty and build fees?!?!?! THATS AMAZING FOR A PREBUILT.

  5. Metra

    Bought it on black friday. Works great. I dont care about going into details but has been great as my first PC

  6. Dave Benedict

    I’ll start by saying that I have typically built my own computers over the years and enjoy doing it. But as life gets busier and my gaming machine has gotten tired and unreliable this is a quite a good value. My buddies had built or were shopping to build their own comparably equipped PCs and could not really compete with this offer in terms of price and performance. They also did not have an OS figured in their budget and for me this was a win-win for value and my time saved building it.

    As far as a review, I have had it for about a month. I’ll go through looks, design, build quality, general impressions, surprises and disappointments and some thoughts on performance.

    First let’s cover looks. I find the overall design to be nice and the case is not too small and not huge either. Looking at the front is a nice clean look where the glow of the blue fans can be seen beneath the front facia with a nice brushed aluminum looking “Skytech Gaming” logo. It looks nearly the same from the top. The “right” side of the case, the side where the motherboard mounts is solid white. The clear removable plastic panel on the “left” side allows you to see all your components humming along nicely. If your decor is white with blue accents it may fit perfectly in your gaming or office space. In my man cave it looks great as I have gray walls with white and black furniture.

    As far as design of the case, it differs from your traditional USB ports residing in the front type of case. Two USB ports, power button and audio jacks and HDD activity light live on the “left” side of the case. What’s nice about this design is that it allows you to face out the sexy side of the case displaying all the hardware and still be able to access the ports easily and quickly. No matter which direction you face it looks pretty nice although it may be clumsy if you want to orient your case with the “front” being the short side opposite the motherboard ports because anything plugged in the audio jacks or usb ports might feel “in the way” or not look very clean. The case itself has roughly 4mm sized holes in all throughout the front, top and bottom of the case allowing for excellent air flow. I didn’t expect this but it came with two magnetic white “covers” that fit exactly on the front and top of the case that provide a little extra design language and I assume help prevent dust buildup. The inside of the case is nice and clean the builder did a good job making the cable management nice and neat, something I am not so good at. There is a place for a 2nd 2.5″ drive but I feel that putting a traditional 3.5″ drive in the case might not be ideal as I don’t see a perfect place to put it but I am sure you could be creative. If you want an optical drive this case is not the one you want as there is no place for it. I want to add that I LOVE having a HDD activity light. I feel like a lot of laptops and desktops are lacking this feature. As most gamers are interested in performance and what your computer is “doing” I find this an invaluable tool to have when troubleshooting performance issues. This may not seem like a big deal to some but to me it is important and missed if it is not there.

    General impressions are that the machine is well built and was put together with care. As said earlier the cable management was good and so far it looks like thermal paste application was good as the machine tends to run quite cool thus far, CPU in the 90 to 140 degree F range depending on load. I also want to add that the machine was in pristine condition with no scratches or dents or anything out of place as could maybe happen with a custom build. One missive against the build was that the chassis fans were not plugged into the motherboard and they make more noise than I would like. I did have to engage Support and gave me instructions to move the cabling to the motherboard power connectors enabling me to control fan speed from the UEFI settings. Unfortunately, even set on “silent” mode the fans are still too loud when in the home theater room. They also actually move so much air that I get kind of cold sitting near it here in the winter. Oh yeah, a very nice surprise and this can’t be overstated as someone concerned with performance, no BLOATWARE of any kind, except of course Microsoft’s stuff 😉 Other surprises is that it came with a nice looking, backlit and responsive keyboard with a nice weighty base in addition to a mouse that has good tactile feel and seems responsive. I haven’t done any FPS testing yet but the mouse seems quick. Also, being an occasional ebay seller I want to say that the machine was packed very nicely and protected very well.

    Embarrassingly, since this is primarily my office PC, I haven’t yet done a lot of gaming on it yet. Using it for day to day tasks it is very quick. I have installed Ori and the Blind Forest which ran well and I also did Shadow of The Tomb Raider for a little bit. I don’t have a frame rate counter installed yet and did not see it in the graphic options but I must say that Tomb Raider seemed a little choppy, being south of 45 fps or less to my eyes at 1080p. I could be wrong though until I get a framerate counter.

    My final thoughts is that this is a very good value if it fits your needs. It is a good selection of parts, well built and will probably run most modern games pretty darn well (over 60fps on high settings) at 1080p and be respectable at 4K. If you want to save time building your own machine, let Skytech do it and I think you’ll be happy. Other reviews about it “crashing” probably have nothing to do with the initial build and probably something the end user did to it after receipt. My only real gripe is that it is louder than I would prefer and that the case type paired with the mouse and keyboard cable lengths don’t allow you to put you keyboard and mouse too far away from the case. Other than that I give it a thumbs up 🙂

  7. Henry

    absolutely amazing. it has run every game i’ve thrown at it!

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