Originally Posted by Mf1232
is this one any good? (potentially...?)
You'd be much better off building it yourself. I went the cyberpowerpc route (same kind of company as iBuyPower) and it was horrible. I ended up ordering the parts for a better computer from newegg for $200 less than what they charged me. I won't even get into the customer service issues. It was like banging my head against a wall. I was close to filing a complaint with the BBB and getting a lawyer because they refused to cancel my order and issue a refund for awhile.
It's a decent computer but I'd change the PSU to a name brand one, as just "800w power supply" looks sketchy. Also, nvidia motherboards aren't the best unless you are planning on going SLI. GTX 260 is also not optimal IMO, I'd rather go with a 4870 for the price. They are also overcharging you for RAM, with how cheap it is now you could get much better RAM from newegg for cheaper. Also, Vista 64 bit is a must if you have 4+ gb of RAM and want to utilize all of it, 32 bit only recognizes a little over 3 gig (forgot the exact amount)