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Cyberpower Gaming Battalion 502 Windows 8 PC Review (FX 4170 / Radeon 7770)

Rating: 7.0.

Cyberpower has always tended to the needs of every gamer with its pre-configured systems. Targeting mid-range gamers with a tighter budget, does the Cyberpower Gaming Battalion 502 PC have what it takes to become a competitor in today’s ever-growing system market?

Cyberpower has chosen the Gaming Battalion 502 PC’s hardware to offer good gaming performance at a modest price. Coupling the 4.2GHz, quad core AMD FX 4170 CPU with an MSI Radeon HD 7770 1GB graphics card has allowed Cyberpower to create the foundations for a competitively-priced mid-range gaming system.

Add a 2TB HDD, Gigabyte USB 3.0 motherboard, 8GB of Kingston RAM and Cooler Master’s Elite 310 into the mix and the Gaming Battalion 502 starts to look even more appealing to gamers on a budget.


  • Processor: AMD FX 4170 4.2GHz
  • Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3
  • Memory: 8GB Kingston DDR3 1333MHz
  • Graphics Card: MSI Radeon HD 7770 1GB (R7770-PMD1GD5)
  • Hard Disk Drive: 2TB Seagate 7200.14 ST2000DM001
  • CPU Cooler: Reference AMD FX 4170 heatsink
  • Case: Cooler Master Elite 310 w/ Side Panel Window
  • Power Supply: Artic MPS550 550W
  • Optical Drive: 24x Optiarc AD-7280S
  • Operating System: Windows 8 64-bit

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  • Dave

    I really dont like AMD systems, their CPUS are always very unpowered even for the price.

  • stebetojas

    its becouse you have too alot money , if you have less you will chose amd and you will be happy , in game fps diference is low. and about multytasking you not using all programs in same time to feel diference.

  • Sintjin

    Honestly, i used Ebuyer, found a rig more or less the same for £250, granted it has a smaller HDD, less RAM and only a built in AMD GPU, for an extra £50-£100 you can sort out the GPU and the RAM, which still leaves it £150 to £200 less than this rig, bargain in my eyes :3