Cyberpower PC

Posted: August 13, 2008
Cyberpower PC

Today, we use the power of the pr0n to discuss a new gaming PC on the market. It's called the Cyberpower, and we'll see just how much power it actually has.

What You Need to Know

  • First thing you notice is the LCD fan controller; this shows your fan RPMs and temperature in real time- it then automatically adjusts the fan speeds according to how hot it gets
  • The entire case is full aluminum to keep cool, but its way too heavy and too tall
  •  Six 120 millimeter fans and one 140 and the array of three fans in the middle was specially made for 3-way SLI
  • Even though the case is giant, due to all the components, there isn't much room to work
  • Intel 3.2 gigahertz Core 2 Extreme with Asetek Liquid cooling system
  • Dual thermaltake 1,000 watt power supplies
  • 4GB of Corsair DDR3 RAM
  • Two 32GB solid state drives
  • LG Blu-ray burner
  • Three! NVIDIA GTX 280 1GB video cards
  • In our 3D Mark Vantage tests, it scored a 25,450; to give you an idea of where that is, 10,250 is the lowest score and 29,650 is the highest- this Cyberpower rig is more than double the fastest computer we've benchmarked on the show so far
  • On Crysis, we have all settings at very high, 1280x1024 resolution with 8x anti-aliasing and it averages 42-50 frames per second
  • This is absolutely the best we've seen on both of these tests



  • The configuration we have here is $5,600
  • You can customize the smallest detail and really get your price down to where you want it
  • They build out basically any configuration you want, and their price on parts is extremely reasonable

Overall Rating

  • 91% (4 Seals of Approval)


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