If you followed CES earlier this year then you may have come across Cyber Power’s new line of Fang Trinity systems. At the time, the pre-built systems were voted ‘Best of CES’ by several media outlets and now, they are finally ready to be shipped out.
The first thing you will notice about the Fang Trinity systems is the design. Cyber Power has gone with something completely out of the ordinary, segmenting the build in to three main compartments, each with its own cooling and air flow. Each model makes use of an ITX motherboard as well, saving on space.
The base £999 model is called the Trinity 100, and comes with an AMD 7850K APU, 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a 1TB HDD and an R9 285 2GB Graphics card, which is perfectly capable of driving today’s games at 1080p. For cooling there is a Corsair H55, all packed inside a DeepCool Tristellar Gaming Case.
The Trinity 200 is the mid-tier £1499 model, featuring an Intel Core i5 4690K CPU, 16GB of DDR3 RAM and an Nvidia GTX 970, which is a top performer. Cyber Power has stuck with the same case and cooling for this model although we do see the 1TB hard drive replaced with a 240GB SSD.
Finally in the high-end we have the Trinity XTREME, costing £2599. Although this mode features Intel’s X99 enthusiast platform. Powering this machine you will find an Intel Core i7 5820K cooled by a Corsair H55, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 240GB SSD and an Nvidia Titan X, which is the best graphics card money can buy right now for gaming. You can read our review of the Titan X, HERE.
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KitGuru Says: Cyber Power’s latest batch of gaming PCs certainly look unique. While I would have liked to see some better cooling used for the X99 build, overall, the PCs seem fairly well-balanced. Do any of you guys have experience with Cyber Power at all?