Cyberpower Gamer Infinity Quad Elite

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Not everyone wants to build their own PC and with the plethora of hardware available, sometimes it can be tricky getting a high performing system working just the way you want it. If you are less experienced or just fancy having a rig built custom made, for you, then Cyberpower specialise in competitively priced gaming machines.

In their own words: "Building the best Gaming PC is not only our profession, it is our obsession." and with such a dramatic claim, we are here today to analyse their new Gamer Infinity Quad Elite. This is a system weighing in at just under £1,000 before VAT.

How does a watercooled, overclocked Q9550, ATI HD 4870 X2, 4GB of DDR2 ram, 750 GB Sata II HDD with a 780W PSU all running on an Asus P5Q Pro P45 motherboard sound? What if they sweetened the deal by throwing in the gorgeous Hiper Anubis Case?

So far it certainly sounds like a good configuration, but the big question remains to be answered. Do Cyberpower have the abillity to build a solid, reliable system? Does selling something with a 800mhz overclock suffer from any reliability problems?

That is why DriverHeaven is here, to find out if this system is worth your money…

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