Cyberpower Inc. are a US company whose success in the North American market has allowed them to expand into other worldwide marketplaces such as the United Kingdom. Not everybody has the confidence to build their own system and Cyberpower are here to make sure people can still own a killer system without being subjected to extortionate prices.
With the Nehalem architecture having recently been unleashed onto the market manufacturers are racing to build quality systems that will appeal to the demanding user looking for a prebuilt.
Today we’re going to look at the Cyberpower Gamer Infinity i7 Poseidon, a pre-overclocked, watercooled i7 system. With a promising spec sheet this system looks like it will pack an impressive punch.
Thermaltake Spedo Full Tower
Cold Cathode Neon Light (Red)
Core i7 920 (With XXX overclocking)
LG 6x Super Multi Blue Blu-Ray Disc Rewriter and HD DVD-ROM Drive
Cyberpower Advanced WaterCooling Kit
(Radiator, pump, reservoir, CPU block, tubing and coolant)
Western Digital VelociRaptor 10,000 RPM 150gb
Hitachi Deskstar 500gb 7,200 RPM drive
Asus P6T Deluxe Motherboard
6x2GB PC10555 DDR3-1333mhz Triple Channel Memory (G.Skill PI series w/Heat Spreader)
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 (64 bit)
Hiper PSU 780w
HIS Radeon HD 4870 X2
While not an in depth indication of the actual performance of the system, the configuration scores 5.9 in the vista performance test – the maximum score possible.
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