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CyberPower Achilles Pro System review (i5 4690/GTX780)


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The Cyberpower Achilles Pro ships double boxed and well protected. This is the first time we have had a ‘hands on’ with the new InWin 904 chassis. It is not like anything we have seen in recent years, and is almost a throw back to the 1970’s when we all had retro hi-fi equipment and smoked glass tables.
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I like the look of the InWin 904 case. It certainly stands out in a market filled with very similar looking cases. The rear panel can be removed completely and can be reattached to clean up the appearance and to hide the cables.
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Having never used the case before I had to hunt for a few minutes to find the power button. It is positioned underneath the ‘Cyberpower’ sticker, alongside 4x USB 3.0 ports, headphone and microphone jacks.
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The build inside is clean and most of the cables are hidden from view.
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Bottom left of the chassis, is the Corsair CX750M power supply – more than sufficient to power the components in this system build.
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The Cooler Master Seidon all in one liquid cooler handles the Core i5 4690 processor. The Radiator is mounted at the front of the case, just above the side panel I/O section.
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The In-Win 904 case has a front mounted bay section for installation of the hard drives. The 1TB SATA hard drive is housed here.
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Cyberpower are using a Gigabyte Z97 Gaming 3 motherboard in this build – along with a Gigabyte GTX780 graphics card. Underneath this, a 256GB Plextor PCI-E Solid State Drive handles OS and boot duties.
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The majority of the cables are hidden out of view behind the other smoked glass panel, as shown above.
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When powered up – the system glows blue, as shown above.


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  • Terrible Terrance

    Its a nice build, a little dull as you can’t overclock the CPU, but nice to see the new in win case, thats pretty sexy

  • Ben

    I love the case, interested in buying it – any prices for the case? (alerady entered the competition for this pc :))

  • Yes you can buy the case here: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=CA-037-IW

  • Promeboi

    Great review. I was sure it will have higher temperatures, bcoz the airflow in the case is a bit weak. But they are much better than expected