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Awards - 2010

Reviews date: December 10, 2010 at 10:40am.

Fast, small, and water-cooled.

"... the CyberPower LAN Party Mini EVO is a sweet, compact little rig. It's also pretty palatable at $1,250 - a nice discount over our WAKM, which tilted the scale to $1,653. So, it's cheaper, just about even in performance, and it's even water-cooled. In our book, that's a win ..." Read more »

CyberPowerPC LAN Party Mini EVO
Reviews date: September 12, 2010.

Best Gaming Desktop - CyberPowerPC Gamer Dragon

"... Overall ThinkComputers gives the CyberPower Gamer Dragon Gaming System a 9 out of 10 score and our Good Value Award. ..." Read more »
Reviews date: October 2010.

CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme XLC Article

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Gamer Xtreme XLC
Reviews date: October 2010.

CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme XT-K Article

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Gamer Xtreme XT-K
Reviews date: Thursday, 16 September 2010 12:15.

CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme 8500

"... Let's start with the sexiest part of the 8500 (I refuse to type the word "Xtreme" any more than I have to): the impressive factory overclock on the Intel Core i7-875K. Socket 1156 may be on its way out, but the 875K is sending it out with a bang. A combination of overclocking the base clock of the chip and raising its multiplier has produced a very healthy 3.85GHz overclock, up from a stock speed of 2.93GHz. Modern games paired with powerful graphics solutions can still produce bottlenecks at the CPU; CyberPower seems to have done everything they can to ensure this isn't an issue. To ensure the extra heat associated with such a hefty overclock is handled properly and quietly, an Asetek 570LX liquid cooling system is built in ..." Read more »

Gamer Xtreme 8500
Reviews date: Thursday, 26 August 2010 05:11.

Cyber Power PC - Back to School P55 Configurator

- Intel Core i5-760 @ 3.36ghz
- Asetek 510LC 120mm Watercooler
- Gigabyte P55A-UD3
- 4gb Kingston HyperX DDR3/1600
- EVGA Nvidia GTX460 1gb Superclock
- 1tb SATA3 7200rpm Western Digital Caviar Black HD
- Corsair 750 watt power supply
- Liteon IHOS 104 4x Blu-Ray ROM
- 12-in-1 Card Reader
- Coolermaster 430 Elite case

"... If you want a nice custom overclocked PC like the enthusiasts have, but don't want the hastle of building it yourself, a CyberPowerPC is a good way to go. With a price as configured just under $1150, this particular setup is a value compared to over boutique builds. ..." Read more »

CyberPowerPC P55 Configurator

Cyber Power PC - CyberPowerPC Gaming System Configuration

- Intel Core i7 875K @2.93Ghz (Default speeds)
- Intel P55 Motherboard (uses the LGA1156 socket)
- Palit NVIDIA GTX465 1GB Graphics Card
- 4GB of Patriot Sector 5 DDR3 memory rated at 2400Mhz
- 80GB Intel X25 SSD
- Asetek CPU Water Cooling
- Cooler Master 690 II Advanced Case
- Windows 7 Home Premium 64bits

pcwizkids' tech talk
"... This Cyberpower system configuration is considered a Mid Range Performance Gaming PC. The reason, it uses the LGA1156 / P55 chipset motherboard and Dual channel DDR3 memory. Also the GTX465 is a mid range performance graphics card for gaming. Having said that, the bundle has an SSD and Media Card reader which add to the package value. If you are in the market for a Gaming Rig that has enthusiast qualities, great performance without the price tag this may very well be your system. PCWizKid gives this system an overall rating of 8/10. ..." Read more »

Reviews date: June 25, 2010.

4.5 / 5 - PCWorld, Jun 25, 2010
• Readily upgradable
• Speedy six-core processor
• Comprehensive connection options

" ... CyberPower's latest mainstream PC packs a compelling combination of performance and value into an impressive case. ..." Read more »

CyberPowerPC Gamer Ultra 9000
Reviews date: June 2010.

Heavy Gear
June 2010 • Volumn 10 Issue 6,
Page 38 in (print issue)

CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme XE-K with CPU Rating: 4 out of 5

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Reviews date: May 2010.


CyberPowerPC Gamer Ultra 9000

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"... The Gamer Ultra 9000 brings six-core computing down to more affordable levels. It can't compete with costlier rigs, but it's a fine gaming machine for the price. ..." Read more »

Gamer Ultra 9000
Reviews date: April 2010.


CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme XE

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"... Intel-based six-core PCs. Its gaming and productivity performance are among the best we've seen. ..." Read more »

Gamer Xtreme XE
Reviews date: March 16, 2010.

#1 in the Top 10 Performance Desktop PCs
CyberPowerPC Black Pearl with #1 in LAB Tested

"... CyberPower Black Pearl Performance PC Equipped with Intel's six-core Core i7-980X processor, this Performance machine could be a power user's best friend. ..." Read more »
Reviews date: March 2010.

Heavy Gear
March 2010 • Volumn 10 Issue 3,
Page 30 in (print issue)

CyberPowerPC Gamer Infinity XLC with CPU Rating: 4 out of 5

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"... The Gamer Infinity XLC, even in a relatively base configuration, delivered quality numbers in our benchmark tests. Combined with compatibility for the newest games and latest technology - as well as a clean system design - and you have yourself a well-made custom PC. ..." Read more »
Reviews date: January 2010.


Computer Shopper - CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme 1000

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"Surprisingly fast gaming and productivity performance for the price; speedy video rendering; highly expandable motherboard and chassis ..." Read more »
Reviews date: January 2010.

Best Gaming Desktop: CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme 2000 SE

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"... The system itself is very well built, there were no scratches on the inside or outside of the case. ..." Read more »

Gamer Xtreme 2000 SE

Awards - 2010

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