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Dragon Flair Inferno GR4 (i7 7700K/ GTX1080) System Review

Rating: 8.5.

Dragon Flair is a relatively new system integrator based in Ireland. They got in-touch with us and today we are looking at a high-end gaming PC from the company – the Inferno GR4. With as much emphasis on the system’s aesthetics as there is on its hardware, it will be very interesting to see if the Inferno GR4 can justify its hefty £2139 asking price.

The core of the Dragon Flair Inferno GR4 is the i7-7700K and GTX 1080 combo – a pairing that we know will deliver very good frame rates. There is definitely a focus on quality components across the board, though, as we also find the Gigabyte Aorus Z270X-Gaming-K5 motherboard, a 500GB Samsung 960 EVO, and 16GB of Corsair LED RAM. The spec has certainly piqued my interest so let’s dive right into the review.


Specification

  • Case: NZXT S340 Elite, Dragon Flair Custom Vinyl Wrap
  • Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Z270X-Gaming-K5
  • RAM: 16GB DDR4 Corsair Vengeance LED Red 3200Mhz
  • CPU: i7-7700K overclocked at 4.8Ghz
  • CPU Cooling: NZXT X52
  • GPU: MSI GTX 1080 GAMING X 8G
  • Case Cooling: 2x NZXT AER120 + Hue+
  • SSD: 500GB M.2 Samsung 960 EVO
  • HDD: 2TB Hard Drive 7200 rpm
  • PSU: Corsair RM650x Power Supply
  • NZXT Internal USB Expansion Hub

Price: £2139

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  • Lelisevis

    Sees the S340 flicks to thermals and acoustics sighs and walks away. It’s a £99 budget case in high end build, arghhhhhhh!!!!!!

  • Dominic Moass

    I actually really like this case – use it for my personal rig with GTX 1080 SLI! what don’t you like about it? In my experience, it’s well-built, the glass looks great, great cable management, compact size

  • Lelisevis

    I had a white S340 when it first launched and paid about £50 for it as it was the cheaper brother to the better H440. I found the actual chassis itself to be paper thin and it carried fan vibration terribly. But the worst thing was with a radiator in the front and a 290X it just couldn’t get rid of heat. There’s no reason at all they couldn’t open up the top for a double radiator.
    What annoys me more than anything is they have started with a bargain basement case and dressed it up with silly little extras like stickers and tempered glass and bumped the price up and all of a sudden it’s appearing in £1500 builds. I think it’s used because it’s a lazy way to build a pc with regards to cabling, stop cheapie out and use a corsair crystal or a phanteks system builders!!!!

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  • Tomos Woolley

    I cant see what is bumping its price up to well over 2k. i would have liked a better power supply and case it also could have had more ram but lets be honest pre built pc are never the way to go for value for money