SkyTech Archangel 3.0 Gaming Computer PC Desktop – Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core 3.6GHz, RTX 2060 6G, 1TB SSD, 16GB DDR4 3000, RGB Fans, AC WiFi, Windows 10…

(2 customer reviews)


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  • ✔ AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core 12-Thread 3.6GHz (4.2 GHz Max Boost) CPU | 1TB SSD – Up to 30x faster than traditional HDD
  • ✔ GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6 Graphics Card (Brand May Varies) | 16GB DDR4 3000MHz Gaming Memory with Heat Spreaders | Windows 10 Home 64-bit | AMD High Performance Wraith Cooler
  • ✔ 802.11AC Wi-Fi | No Bloatware | 1 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI Guaranteed, additional ports may vary | HD Audio and Mic | Free Gaming Keyboard and Mouse | USB Ports including 3.0, 2.0, and 3.2 Gen1
  • ✔ 3 x RGB RING Fans for Maximum Air Flow | Powered by 600 Watt 80 Plus Gold Certified Power Supply | Skytech Archangel Gaming Case with Tempered Glass – White | 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, Fornite, Escape from Tarkov, World of Warcraft, League of Legends, Grand Theft Auto V, Apex Legends, Fortnite, Roblox, PLAYERUNKNOWN’s Battlegrounds, Overwatch, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Battlefield V, Minecraft, The Division 2, and more at High to Ultra settings, crisp 1080p Full HD resolution and smooth 60+ FPS game play.
Standing screen display size

‎1 Inches

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Hard Drive Rotational Speed

‎7200 RPM

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

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Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎17.9 x 8.3 x 16.4 inches

Product Dimensions

‎17.9 x 8.3 x 16.4 inches

Item Weight

‎33.8 pounds

Operating System

‎Windows 10

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‎3.6 GHz ryzen_5_3600


‎Skytech Gaming

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Graphics Card Ram Size

‎6 GB

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Memory Speed

‎3000 MHz


‎16 GB DDR4

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2 reviews for SkyTech Archangel 3.0 Gaming Computer PC Desktop – Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core 3.6GHz, RTX 2060 6G, 1TB SSD, 16GB DDR4 3000, RGB Fans, AC WiFi, Windows 10…

  1. Elaine

    (9 months later update later in review and is indicated)

    -before I say anything a big thing for me is dose this support WiFi, and yes, it dose. it includes a modern antenna that you connect to the motherboard, so you do not have to have it next to your router-
    As someone looking to buy a PC with little to no previous experience it can be scary, I know so first I’m going to start by saying it isn’t scary at all, with a 30 day return policy and awesome customer support there is no risk and I this is a great option for entry level PC gamers and gamers looking to upgrade from there old rig. with enough power to run modern games on ultra 1080p 60 fps or higher. I personally haven’t used VR on it but based on how it handles standard mouse and keyboard games. I’m able to get max settings on fortnite at any-ware from 100-120fps most likely more than your monitors refresh rate can utilize. I run BO3 at max settings 60+ fps (probably can handle much more just haven’t tried) although I haven’t really looked into the performance of the following games I’ve played on it: Rainbow Six Siege, Mincecraft, And CSGO they run as expected- very smooth with no noticeable dip in performance. As far as setup goes its as simple as plugging the display cable into your graphics card and monitor, plunging it in, and boom, your welcomed by windows 10 and ready to start gaming. the included keyboard has beautiful RGB lights (as you can see in the picture included in this review) and the mouse, honestly haven’t used it at all and cannot recommend that because I just hate wired mouses so I bought my own and it arrived at the same time. for upgrades, I havent really messed with it myself, but there is potential and I’m waiting on this SSD I’m watching to go on sale, in the second photo provided there would normally be a black metal wall there but you can remove it with twist-able pins on the back (if you can twist them because there too tight, you can also use a screw driver) you will also need a SATA data cable to connect to the mother board on the other side of the case were the glass window is, and unless you want to rearrange all the cables, get a SATA power extension cable because the second cable is in a weird spot. it should be noted that there is no second tray for extra SSD but its all digital- no moving parts, so the only concern would be heat but they really don’t generate all that much. as for ram, the only other thing I would really recommend upgrading unless your really hard core, should be an easy install to, because there is a second slot for it. when I opened the Bios it actually picked up my ram stick as DDR4 2600MHz, but the amazon listing said it was DDR4 3000MHz, I’m not sure if this matters but I’m just putting it out there in case you wanted to upgrade the ram, I would check the bios yourself (do this by spamming the “Del” key when you reboot your PC)
    In conclusion, this is the best cost to value PC I could find and I would highly recommend to any one looking to buy a gaming PC or someone trying to find a affordable PC to buy as a gift that can handle all the latest games with ease

    -Update approximately 9 months later-

    My knowledge on computers has exponentially increased since I wrote this review some time November 2019 I feel obligated to update this review now as more of a experienced pc user compared to then especially. I purchased this pc for $660 At the time it has since rose in cost (as I somewhat expected the price was insanely good at that time) maybe this price will drop back down sometime I couldn’t tell you that. But I will address some things that have become prevalent after I wrote this review. Unfortunately there is a tiny bit of cpu bottlenecking, when I am running high impact games such as modern warfare, Minecraft shaders, ext. I’ve had a few issues of crashing but honestly nothing too concerning usually I’m doing something stupid that will force it to crash I’ve since expanded my storage (and here comes my main issue aside from the price increase) expanding storage is jank. No other way to put it than that. Unless you are installing an ssd, putting another hdd (or in my case 2) is jank. Plain and simple. Storage upgrades are going to be a must with only about 375 usable gigs out of the box. I salvaged an old 600gb hdd from a externally old pc sitting in my basement and set it up. The issue is there is no where to put the hdd, to I set it up on top of the little spot where the ssd is located in-front of the front fans, everything fit ok, and it was manageable. But I simply needed more space. I opted to buy a 8tb Seagate hdd. Installed it sitting on top of the other hdd this time it didn’t for so well and had to awkwardly jam it in. The build functions fine but now looks very ugly so if you are planning on putting in more than one drive I would definitely reconsider, but this shouldn’t be a big deal for most people and it’s my fault for wanting almost 10tb if drive space. In conclusion this is still a good buy for someone looking into a starter gaming pc, and a good buy for someone who is sick of paying for ps plus or Xbox live and wants an upgradable build with more multitasking capability’s. I don’t know if this is mentioned somewhere else but I also added another stick of ddr4 2600 ram and it works great I would buy this build at 700 or less, otherwise I would look into going custom or next gen consoles

  2. Rick Feldman

    Update (4/2/2020): It’s been 5 months now and this pc is still running strong. I’ve put tons of hours of gaming onto it already and haven’t noticed any drops in performance. I have raised my review from 4 to 5 stars as it has met all of my expectations and even exceeded several.
    I dust it out once a week with the CompuCleaner 2.0 (which I highly recommend if you don’t have one)

    Games I have played extensively and for several hours at a time on this machine at MAX settings:
    Call of Duty: MW
    Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey
    Path of Exile
    Planetside 2
    Grim Dawn
    Elite Dangerous
    Star Citizen – This game has one area that is ridiculously graphic intense. It’s the only time this pc has shown any strain through all the games i’ve played on it. It’s during a train ride through a very detailed city. It stutters at a certain point in the ride for about 5-10 seconds and then returns to normal. This is at MAX settings. if I turn the settings down a bit it does not have this issue.

    Original review (12/11/2019): Had this PC for 1 and a half months now and it’s handled everything i’ve thrown at it. Games, Movies, Music, Work.
    Long story short for you lazy shoppers: This pc is a steal for the price. The CPU and GPU will get you to max settings on most AAA game titles. (will need to get more RAM for many games but RAM is cheap. I suggest you get some with this pc. It takes 8gb sticks with a max of 3200ghz speed.) The SSD will hold enough games to get you started. The PC is fast and sharp. IMPORTANT NOTE: This pc is ready to use out of the box but I highly.. HIGHLY suggest you do some reading on the CPU and the motherboard before trying to load up any high demand games. There are some component tools and tweaks that will help you bring this system to it’s full potential. Im not a pc guru or anything. I was able to find and set these things up with relative ease. Upgrade the mouse and keyboard though they are cheap and worthless for gaming.

    For those of you who like to read more:
    Alright, so if you’re like me you research hard before spending large chunks of money on your toys. I bounced around between pre-built systems for about 2 months before deciding on this one. I’ll tell you this: I’m pretty smart when it comes to tech. I may not know how some things work up front but I can figure it out quickly. I used to use pc when I was younger (about 10 years ago) but i’ve been on console since then. I just recently decided to get back in to pc’s for gaming. A lot has changed with them. So I kind of consider myself a newbie at it again. With that in mind, here is an honest review for the somewhat knowledgeable pc-shopper:

    First off, you’re going to read horror stories about this pc in the negative reviews. READ THIS: ALL… again ALL technology you order online has the opportunity to arrive dead or broken or miss-boxed. They all have that chance to be missing components, have some components be dead or faulty. Or even have the wrong components put into them. It happens. It shouldn’t, and it’s inconvenient but the fact is it happens. Don’t let those reviews be the thing that scares you off. I ordered this a month and a half ago and it’s been nothing but good to me.
    GPU: The 1660 has put me through Path of Exile, Star Citizen, and CoD:MW at max settings. I get about 2 hours in CoD before the GPU gets up around 65 degrees(with the case open for more ventilation). I haven’t tried any of the maximum strain games yet but I imagine it will handle them at high or at least med settings.
    CPU: It’s fast and hasn’t gotten to a heat that makes me nervous. Suitable so far for all gaming.
    Power Supply: Haven’t had any issues. The plug in is very tight. Force it in there and make sure it’s all the way in.
    RAM: 8gb. Good for lower end games but you’ll need a total of 16-24gb to play the bigger titles. Ram is pretty cheap.
    WiFi: I can’t really comment on this accurately as the wifi in our house is crap. Hardwired though is great.
    Mouse/keyboard: Burn them. They are useless. I use a CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 keyboard with a UtechSmart VENUS Pro RGB MMO Wireless Gaming Mouse. Overkill in my opinion but great upgrade options.
    The CASE: I love the case. It’s modern and sleek. The lights are potent and can either be rave-like obnoxious or set to a single solid color. I prefer a cool blue glow. (you can also turn them off if you aren’t a fun person.)
    Sound Pollution: The fans have two stock settings from the case switch: Silent mode and Heat Purge mode. Silent is very quiet. The heat purge mode is good for draining excess heat out of the case when playing games for long periods of time. Opening the case door while doing this will cool off everything in the case in 60 seconds. This mode is loud but isn’t meant to be used constantly. Just to drain the heat out.
    This case mixed with a corsair rgb keyboard/mouse and some Monster lighting effects in the room… I feel like those youtube gamers. My friends aren’t gamers but when they come over we usually end up in my room listening to jams in the cool vibe lighting. Chics dig it.

    Things to consider:
    This case is smaller than average. Fitting upgrades takes planning.
    RAM is limited to 4x 8gb sticks at a max of 3200mhz speed. (Enough for most games)
    there is only one ethernet port.
    The GPU only has 1 hdmi port.

    All in all this was a great purchase. I’m having so much fun with it and it’s leaving me very happy with my choice to venture back in to pc gaming. I also use this pc for work. (I work remotely from home). It multi-tasks well. We’re talking 50 open tabs with real-time spreadsheets and such while streaming spotify and running rainmeter and and… well you get the point. Just make sure you do your research on the components. Their compatibility with upgrades. Software to monitor and tweak (overclocking etc..). That way you get the full range of it’s capabilities.


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