Author: Bob Buskirk
So what has CyberPower put together for us? A powerful enough system that can play basically any game out there for $1,299! They really have done it right with this system, so many other companies try to load tons of extra and unneeded hardware in system just to get the best score on a benchmarking program, but when it comes down to it a system like that is not only unpractical and is something that most people cannot afford.
The system itself is very well built, there were no scratches on the inside or outside of the case. The cabling inside the case was very neat and you are barely notice it. The Asetek watercooling system does a really good job and is not that loud at all. With Windows 7 preinstalled all I had to do when I first turned the system on was activate Windows and I was good to go. This system was not bogged down with extra software either, only the necessary things.
If $1,299 is still a little out of your range don’t worry CyberPower has quite a few very powerful systems for under $1,000. For a prebuilt system it is really hard to point out anything wrong with it. The only thing I would have liked to see on this system would have been a flashier case, but the Thermaltake Element T does do a good job.
Overall ThinkComputers gives the CyberPower Gamer Xtreme 2000 Core i5 Gaming System a 9 out of 10 score!
- Very well built
- Great gaming performance
- Would have liked a flashier case