Skytech Shadow Gaming PC, Intel i5 13400F 2.5 GHz (4.6GHz Turbo Boost), NVIDIA RTX 3050, 1TB NVME, 32GB DDR5 RAM 5600 RGB, 600W Gold PSU, Wi-Fi, Win 11 Home

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  • INTEL Core i5 13400F 2.5GHz (4.6GHz Max Boost) CPU Processor | 1TB NVME – Up to 30x Faster Than Traditional HDD
  • NVIDIA Geforce RTX 3050 GDDR6 Graphics Card (Brand may vary) | 32GB DDR5 RAM 5600 RGB Gaming Memory with Heat Spreader | Windows 11 Home 64-bit
  • 802.11 AC | No Bloatware | Graphic output options include 1 x HDMI, and 1 x Display Port Guaranteed, Additional Ports may vary | USB Ports Including 2.0, 3.0, and 3.2 Gen1 Ports | HD Audio and Mic | Free Gaming Keyboard and Mouse
  • 4 x RGB RING Fans for Maximum Air Flow | Skytech Shadow Gaming Case with Tempered Glass, Black | 1 Year Warranty on Parts and Labor | Lifetime Free Technical Support | Assembled in the USA
  • This powerful gaming PC is capable of running all your favorite games such as Call of Duty Warzone, Fortnite, Escape from Tarkov, Grand Theft Auto V, Valorant, World of Warcraft, League of Legends, Apex Legends, Roblox, PLAYERUNKNOWN’s Battlegrounds, Overwatch 2, Counter-Strike 2, Battlefield V, New World, Minecraft, Elden Ring, Rocket League, Baldur’s Gate 3, Dota 2, HELLDIVERS 2, Monster Hunter, Palworld, Terraria, Rainbow Six Siege, Dragon’s Dogma 2, and more at Ultra settings, detailed 1080p Full HD resolution, and smooth 60+ FPS gameplay.
Skytech Shadow Gaming PC, Intel i5 13400F 2.5 GHz (4.6GHz Turbo Boost), NVIDIA RTX 3050, 1TB NVME, 32GB DDR5 RAM 5600 RGB, 600W Gold PSU, Wi-Fi, Win 11 Home
Skytech Shadow Gaming PC, Intel i5 13400F 2.5 GHz (4.6GHz Turbo Boost), NVIDIA RTX 3050, 1TB NVME, 32GB DDR5 RAM 5600 RGB, 600W Gold PSU, Wi-Fi, Win 11 Home


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4 reviews for Skytech Shadow Gaming PC, Intel i5 13400F 2.5 GHz (4.6GHz Turbo Boost), NVIDIA RTX 3050, 1TB NVME, 32GB DDR5 RAM 5600 RGB, 600W Gold PSU, Wi-Fi, Win 11 Home

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  1. Ryan King

    I wanted to switch to the PC from console but I don’t know anything about building a PC and didn’t really care to learn. I didn’t want or need anything fancy, I just simply wanted a PC that can run any game I want to play smoothly at 1080p on Ultra settings, all hopefully without breaking the bank. This pc does exactly that, and I imagine it could probably push it to 1440p for most titles but I haven’t tested that. The only games that have given me any framerate issues are Microsoft Flight Simulator and BeamNG, both notoriouly GPU intensive games, and I had to compromise with high graphics settings for those (which is still fine).

    Also worth noting that the RGB lights on this rig look amazing, and my setup looks like a piece of art, my roomates are jealous of how it looks eventhough they are all running RTX 4090s lol. Also this PC is so quiet, even when maxing it out flying over NYC in Microsoft flight simulator you barely notice that it’s there, and it doesn’t noicably produce any heat. The keyboard and mouse that come with the PC are also excellent quality and look great.

    Awesome prebuilt PC and more that what I was hoping for.

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  2. Cameron

    Its genuinely gas for the price

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  3. Cameron


    Well well well.. to be honest, I was a bit skeptical about my product when I read the reviews of hundreds of others that had bad experiences with Skytech. This skepticism was compounded as I read the reviews AFTER I purchased the product (I purchased the product because my buddy who builds PCs said this was a great deal). I admittedly got very anxious about the product, as well as its delivery to me (I chose 2nd day air shipping).

    First, what was unfortunate was that my shipping was delayed. As mentioned before, I paid for 2nd day shipping and it did not arrive in two days. I thought about the reviews I read where people had issues with shipping and I thought to myself… damn. Did I just get scammed out of shipping? So I sent an email to customer support and I was say almost instantaneously I received a reply AND refund for my shipping NO QUESTIONS ASKED! Fantastic!!! I was reading how customer support doesn’t get back to you, isn’t helpful, etc. So I was very surprised and happy that they got back to me so quickly. That was a huge relief.

    But wait, there’s more. I saw a discrepancy between the UPS shipping and Amazon shipping. Amazon said my order had shipped, yet UPS said it hadn’t received anything yet, only that a label was created. So that confused me… so I contacted customer support AGAIN, and immediately they got back to me and told me that everything on their end was completed and to wait for UPS to scan the item over the weekend (I ordered the PC thru Amazon on Wednesday). So I said ok… that’s ok.

    Saturday came, I got an updated saying the item was scanned they UPS, Sunday I got another update saying that my item will be delivered on Monday! Yay!!!

    So I received the item yesterday, and immediately I saw that the box was punctured a bit. That was a bit disheartening, but I was still optimistic. I opened the box, found a tinier box that had cords in, and began pulling out the item. The PC itself had a huge bag over it, which was pretty cool. So I pulled it out, took off the bag… and boy I was stoked. Everything looked clean physically, and I began to open the PC tempered glass door (which is very high quality IMO), and took out the safety foam from having the hardware move around o n the ride here (which I very much appreciated).

    Unlike other reviewers on here, I received my correct GPU, SSD, all the goods. I’m so happy about that! It’s been running great, (today is T+1 since having the PC) and I’m very optimistic about the future of the PC. I plan on purchasing a better monitor today and I will see how it all runs. But so far I am very happy and grateful everything came as advertised. Hope this helps!

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  4. R. D. Clark

    Very well-packed; arrived in perfect condition. Booted immediately; Windows setup was easy and smooth. All parts are name-brand (but not always top-tier); performance benchmarks are excellent. Documentation is sparse but findable online. Overall, very good value, very attractive, very well-assembled of parts that all work well together. Five stars.

    In More Detail:
    I was replacing a 2015/16 Dell (with an i7 6700 and a GTX 1650) that is old and getting glitchy. I wanted something that could run Flight Simulator at 1080p in full detail, and maybe some other newer games. But $1000 was my limit. After watching the market for a couple of months, Prime Day came along and this system popped up at my price point. Skytech was already on my radar as a reputable US integrator sold through many major retailers, as well as direct, and the system checked most of my boxes (I would have preferred a 13th gen CPU, DDR5 RAM, a 4070, and a bigger/newer SSD, but let’s get real; that’s just not a $1k PC).

    So I ordered this one, and after two days’ shipping delay (Amazon’s issue) it arrived on Sunday, in a big blank box with a retail Skytech box inside. Unpacking the computer involved plenty of foam protection, including inside the case where everything — GPU, CPU cooler, etc. — was kept from moving around by lots more custom foam packing. Bottom line: Everything was secure and pristine.

    I took the opportunity while I had the system on a table to check all the screws (all were tight), closely inspect and identify the components as best I could without disassembly, and familiarize myself with the layout and features of the case. There is no manual for it included, nor for any of the other individual components. In some cases, I had to later use software to ID the components, since some labels are difficult to see in the assembled system.

    The components in any given sample of the Archangel 4 may vary, as advertised. This is what I found out about mine, as best as I could determine:
    –Case, case fans, power supply (600W, not 650W as listed on Amazon), and CPU cooler all from Gamdias (look them up).
    –Motherboard: Asus PRIME B660M-A AC D4
    –GPU: Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Eagle OC 8G
    –RAM: Teamgroup T-Force Vulcan Z DDR4 16GB
    –SSD: MSI M371 1TB.

    I also took the opportunity to move my 2TB hard drive and its SATA cable from the old Dell to the new box. That’s when I realized there was no drive cage in the compartment where the mounting points are. Since I plan to soon replace this old drive with a new 4TB M.2 (there is a second slot on the mobo), I chose to simply place the HDD on a piece of foam for now. All the necessary power connections for an array of extra drives and accessories are included.

    I moved the system into my office, connected all my peripherals (mouse, RGB keyboard, flight stick, USB speakers, two monitors, external CD drive, external hard drive), and my network via Ethernet, and powered up. System booted promptly into the Windows setup routine, which is self-guiding. Windows is already registered to the motherboard, so I just logged into my Microsoft account and everything proceeded correctly. There were lots of updates to do, for Windows, for the motherboard, and for the GPU (via the nVidia site). This is an area where my decades of experience with Windows served me well: a newbie could probably benefit from more guidance than Skytech provides.

    Everything works (didn’t test analog audio or wifi). I ran UserBench to quickly confirm that I was getting roughly the expected performance, and yes, the system was in the upper 30% of similar systems tested: a “UFO” (top rating) for gaming, as a desktop, and as a server.

    Oh, there’s lots of RGB lighting — five fans, plus the case itself. There’s an included utility, SignalRGB, that controls everything (including my Corsair keyboard), and it let me set up a simple muted blue scheme that turns red when the system is shutting down, and white backlighting for the keys. It can apparently also perform advanced lighting schemes and animation programs, but that’s not my thing. (I’m 72 years old, I should mention.)

    Aside from routine desktop use, I’ve had time only to play two games. One old one, my all time favorite, Rise of Nations, which of course is undemanding and even ran perfectly at 1080p on the old Dell. It’s just as good here, though it loads faster.

    The other of course was Flight Simulator, which I finally got to play after hours of downloading and installing almost 200GB of data from Steam. And yes, it’s everything I’d hoped for, smooth 60FPS+ at all times at the highest settings — so good that I’m already thinking this rig could support 1440 with little compromise. We’ll see.

    So my compliments to Skytech for choosing a suite of parts that work very well together, assembling them neatly and properly (cable management is top-notch) into an attractive system, and packing it extremely well.

    Bonus: After registering my new system online with Skytech, I received an email saying that a valid registration earns a second year’s warranty! Can’t beat that, and I don’t know why they don’t promote that excellent offer.

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