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Amazon.com: SkyTech Blaze II Gaming Computer PC Desktop – Ryzen 5 2600 6-Core 3.4 GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6G, 500G SSD, 8GB DDR4, RGB, AC WiFi, Windows 10 Home 64-bit: Computers & Accessories

I'm very satisfied with this computer! I've had it about 2 months so far, and taking into account its ultra-low noise level, speedy performance, and overall quality-of-build I have to say it's the best online PC purchase I've ever made.

Full disclosure, I do not use this for high-res gaming very often. I primarily use it for audio/video editing, running a plex server for my home, basic business tasks, and the like. Obviously, not the most strenuous tasks for a PC, though running multiple 4k streams simultaneously isn't the lightest load in the world and this computer handles it flawlessly. I was in the market for a solid, all-around PC that offered high performance at a low price point; I'm somewhat of a technically-inclined fella and it's nice to have a PC that can grow with you a bit rather than constrain you.

I can't believe that this thing only cost $700! It arrived very well-packaged, with ultra-clean assembly and wiring. Boot up was simple and easy; All components that should've been included were indeed present, with all specs matching what was advertised, and I was pleasantly surprised to find it included a wired keyboard and mouse with colored LEDs (solid quality peripherals, clearly aping Ra*er peripherals though with cheaper build quality). Airflow through the chassis is impressive, and putting your hand anywhere on the chassis you don't feel any heat much above room-temp. With how cool and silently it runs, if it weren't for the LEDs it would be difficult to tell when it's powered on. The look of the chassis will likely be the biggest possible detraction, simply because it has a very distinct and highly-stylized look complete with bright blue LEDs. Speaking of LEDs, that's the only thing I have that might resemble a gripe about this computer: I don't know if or how you can turn off the LEDs of the tower while leaving the computer powered on. There may be a button or a switch somewhere that I can't find. But it's a minor gripe for such a powerful and affordable computer that arrives with no real bloatware to speak of.

I haven't encountered any real issue with the computer yet, and I enjoy it more every day! Very happy with this purchase, and rather grateful that I bought this rather than a slightly more expensive computer I was eyeballing.

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