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CyberPower Infinity Xtreme Cube Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we look at a powerful, yet diminutive new system from UK system builder CyberPower called the Infinity Xtreme Cube. This system is built around the Gigabyte X99M-Gaming 5 motherboard – installed inside the tiny Corsair Air 240 chassis. It features a liquid cooled, pre-overclocked six core Core i7 5820k processor. Cyberpower have included a 400GB Intel 750 Series M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive card for boot duties, 16GB of 2,400mhz DDR4 memory and an Nvidia GTX970 graphics card.
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It has been some time since we last looked at a CyberPower system, and we were interested to see how this build would fare, especially with all these hot running components crammed inside such a small case. CyberPower offer plenty of system tweaks, which you can see over HERE. If you have a fat enough bank balance they even let you add in a Core i7 5960X Extreme Edition and another graphics card, or two Titan X GPU’s – if you want to take 4K gaming seriously.

For those unwilling to play with BIOS settings, Cyberpower offer two ‘overclock’ settings via their system configurator – ‘PRO OC’, which delivers an extra 10% performance, and ‘EXTREME OC’, for a 20%, or greater end result.

CyberPower Infinity Xtreme Cube Specifications (BUY HERE):
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Total Cost: £1992 inc vat.


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