Skytech Shadow Gaming PC, Intel i5 13400F 2.5 GHz (4.6GHz Turbo Boost), NVIDIA RTX 4060 8GB GDDR6X, 1TB NVME, 32GB DDR5 RAM 5600 RGB, 650W 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 4060 8GB GDDR6X 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 4060 8GB GDDR6X, 1TB NVME, 32GB DDR5 RAM 5600 RGB, 650W Gold PSU, Wi-Fi, Win 11 Home
Skytech Shadow Gaming PC, Intel i5 13400F 2.5 GHz (4.6GHz Turbo Boost), NVIDIA RTX 4060 8GB GDDR6X, 1TB NVME, 32GB DDR5 RAM 5600 RGB, 650W Gold PSU, Wi-Fi, Win 11 Home


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Specification: Skytech Shadow Gaming PC, Intel i5 13400F 2.5 GHz (4.6GHz Turbo Boost), NVIDIA RTX 4060 8GB GDDR6X, 1TB NVME, 32GB DDR5 RAM 5600 RGB, 650W Gold PSU, Wi-Fi, Win 11 Home

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‎1920 x 1080


‎2.5 GHz core_i5



Memory Speed

‎5200 MHz

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Graphics Card Ram Size

‎12 GB

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‎Skytech Gaming



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Operating System

‎Windows 11 Home

Item Weight

‎27.1 pounds

Package Dimensions

‎22.5 x 21.1 x 12.4 inches



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Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Hard Drive Rotational Speed

‎7200 RPM

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Skytech Shadow Gaming PC, Intel i5 13400F 2.5 GHz (4.6GHz Turbo Boost), NVIDIA RTX 4060 8GB GDDR6X, 1TB NVME, 32GB DDR5 RAM 5600 RGB, 650W Gold PSU, Wi-Fi, Win 11 Home

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  1. contento

    el equipo llego bien protegido, una vez quitando todas las protecciones esta listo para usarse, la instalación del software complementario es facíl de instalar y usar, no conocía la marca skytech pero el equipo se ve excelente esta trabajando muy bien

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  2. Carlos

    Me llego bien, funciona bien; llego con los controladores instalados, y eso fue un lindo detalle. Cumple con todo lo que promete, y eso es lo importante.

    Eso si, que feo el fondo de pantalla de gigabyte, pero eso no importa, lo cambias y ya esta.

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  3. Luis C.

    Excelente información,excelente servicio de entrega y excelente equipo…funciona de lujo

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  4. Dustin

    I’ve had this pc for 4 months now and it hasn’t failed me once. Can’t lie at first I was worried especially since the specs aren’t new. But I’ve been able to play any AAA games at the highest settings and it runs smoothly!

    Thank you SkyTech Gaming for this amazing product!

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  5. koko

    I don’t know anything about computers but this was really easy to set up 🙂

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  6. Travis S

    This is the first pre-built system I’ve purchased in almost 20 years, I’ve always built my own. On to computer… Keep in mind, I’m not a heavy gamer… At first, the fans were running full blast all the time. I couldn’t see the RPM in the BIOS to adjust them, I re-seated the one cable that runs to the fan controller on the motherboard, booted it back up and there it was. I don’t know if it wasn’t seated properly or just “one of those things” but it fixed the issue and I was able to adjust them. All good now.

    Video card and motherboard were Asus, I’ve never had issues with them, some people hate them, some love them, to each their own. The SSD (M.2) was WD green, 1 TB and a gold certified power supply, generic name but it’s running quiet and no issues. I couldn’t have built this piece by piece for close to their price here on Amazon. The case is solid and the lights are pretty.

    If you want to play games at a higher resolution than 1920×1080, you will need to adjust the game settings accordingly.

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  7. gabi watson

    If you’re researching and scouring the internet for advice on what starter PC you should invest in, you’ve found the review you need. I spent months looking for a decent starter PC which would allow me to play all my games and store my content effectively while maintaining speed and quality. I wanted something that was visually appealing and functional. Personally, I’m a broke college kid who needed an outlet to balance school and fun. I wasn’t sure where to begin my search, and had no idea what requirements and features were required to have an effective and quality PC.
    In this review, I’m putting you in the same position as me when I started looking through the PC marketplace. When beginning the search for your first PC, the search can be incredibly overwhelming and daunting. However, you are doing an amazing job searching if the internet miraculously placed you with this item.
    Let’s break down the features of the PC. This computer is a pre-built, which means there is no assembly required on your part. There’s a plethora of components that make a PC worth buying, and I’m going to break down the specifics of each component and how they correlate to the performance and quality of your gaming.
    The primary function of any PC is the central processing unit (CPU). The CPU, also known as the processor, is responsible for executing and refining the power of the computer and directly affects how fast your computer, or computer games, run. The CPU also processes the inputs from the user. The CPU included in this pre-built is an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3rd Generation.
    Another important factor in the PC is the RAM. RAM stands for random access memory. The purpose of RAM is to store short term data and allow the computer to process applications properly. RAM’s data is temporarily stored while applications are currently operating, like having a game playing. This PC includes an 8 GB card, which means if your game requires around 8 GB of RAM, your game will function and run properly. If you’re not sure about a game’s required RAM, the developers include those requirements in the breakdown and analytics of each game. The RAM only holds the contents of the game for the duration you are playing. Once the application is shut off, the RAM is no longer active.
    While RAM is temporary storage, the hard drive processor is not. The hard drive is responsible for keeping your saved digital storage. For example, the space required for saving your game or Microsoft Office software. The hard drive also stores pictures, videos, and the applications you have downloaded on your PC. Hard drives can be external or internal, which means saving data to an external memory device or to the PC itself, and the contents can be deleted or cleared once you no longer need them. The hard drive included in this pre-built is a 500 GB SSD card.You can store up to 500 gigabytes of content as soon as you start up the PC.
    While those features are required for every PC, even for basic processes and storage, this review will highlight the rest of the features through a gaming perspective since this is a gaming PC. The graphics card is responsible for rendering the images and content in a game and running them effectively. It renders the movements, animations, inputs, and images that are in a game through a series of fast acting calculations completed internally in the PC. The graphics card included in this PC is a GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6G GDDR5, which holds 6 GB of RAM.
    If you are a little confused about whether or not your graphics card is going to make or break your gaming experience, multiple YouTube creators offer a compilation of benchmark videos with clips and segments from video games with demanding animation and experiences. The benchmark videos include multiple different video games from varying genres that allow gamers to evaluate how well the game is running and performing according to the graphics card.
    In regard to usability and functionality of the PC, the developers include a detailed pamphlet that illustrates how to properly connect your PC to a monitor, how to enable your microphone and speakers, and the purpose of each feature throughout the PC. The PC does require a three-prong plug, and I recommend plugging the cord into a direct power source, like a wall outlet, instead of a surge protector or extension cord.
    When plugging in a monitor, there are two different HDMI ports on the back of the PC for up to 2 different monitors to be used simultaneously. Computer speakers should have a USB port to plug into the back of the PC, and headsets unfortunately require a splitter to listen to music and use a microphone concurrently. Splitters are cords that connect to the aux section of your headphone cord, and it divides this cord into two auxiliaries that can be plugged into two corresponding holes. The PC permits one USB powered keyboard and one USB mouse. These assets are included in the Amazon listing.
    This PC in particular is incredibly visually appealing. It features a white tower, which is the casing around all the important parts of the PC, with a tempered glass window on the side to look into the tower. It also has multiple RGB lights and various functions. There are seven varying lighting functions to encourage individuality and styles. Located around the lighting fixtures are three fans to cool the system down. The fans blend in with the circular lighting fixtures. The PC is very cohesive in design, and incorporates each feature into the overall aesthetic of the computer.
    Overall, I believe this PC is a quality starter PC within its budget of $1200. It strives in multi-tasking, allowing the user to edit documents while having a YouTube video or music running in the background. I have been using this system for school and gaming for around eight months, and have had no issues with it. I give it an A for price point, functionality, and visual appeal. I believe this is an ideal PC for a casual gamer who wants something to balance work and entertainment with.

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  8. Micah Cowan

    (I got the model with a 4060 in it.) I mean, what is there to say? A 4060, a 1TB SSD, 16G RAM and a decent CPU? For under $900?! I didn’t really have money for a gaming PC, but when I saw this deal I had to make it work, because who doesn’t want to save like $1k!

    This thing runs smooth as silk. I had a gaming laptop with a 2070 in it that couldn’t do Cyberpunk at better than 12 frames/sec at some parts, without reducing the graphics quality to crap. Not so this machine – I can even turn on some of the RTX features and it still runs great (note that I’m more of a high-quality at ~30fps, than a 60fps-or-die guy).

    I’m running Oculus and SteamVR apps through to my (first-gen) Meta Quest headset, and that works great too. And no matter how badass a game I’m putting it through, the fans are whisper-quiet. You can hear them, and you can hear that they ramp up to deal with increased performance – but it’s _very_ quiet and unobtrusive.

    I wasn’t expecting this, but it came with a keyboard and mouse, too, which saved me the trouble of digging through the junk in my house to find some (I’ve been focusing on laptops for a while up to now). The keyboard is solid-quality mechanical, too – nothing too amazing, but not shabby. The mouse feels lightweight and cheap, but works well, and both are lit up with multicolor LEDs so yay.

    The WiFi antennae that came with my system was a single-form, boxy looking thing, with a magnet in it to keep it place on the chassis (if you like). It doesn’t at all resemble the pair of standard “rod” antennae that were shown in my quickstart guide, so at first I was concerned that it didn’t have them. But it did, it just has an unexpected shape. Look for the small coaxial chords, rather than a particular shape, and you’ll find it handily enough.

    I should say, the first time I tested the machine out on some high-power games, I was initially disappointed. But I think there were a lot of background downloading and disk storage things happening. Apparently my Steam wasn’t set not to download in the background, but even when it wasn’t downloading, I think Windows was, and it was chewing up performance (one of the things I really dislike about gaming on a PC vs a console). After I had the PC a couple days longer, performance was way, way better than my initial (amateur) tests. Might also have helped to, you know, run updates on drivers and the OS and such.

    Happy gaming!

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