Author: Bob Buskirk
Prebuilt systems, we all know of them and when we see them one thing comes to our mind, “I would love to have that, but I can’t afford it”. Many prebuilt systems cost a crazy amount of cash and you really are just paying for the name and looks, not what’s actually inside the computer. CyberPower wants to change that with their Gamer Xtreme XT system. For $1599 you get a gaming system that will play every game available and looks great too. Did I mention you get a 30-day money back guarantee and a 3 year labor and 1 year parts warranty? Let’s see if this system is worth the $1599 price tag.
Intel Core i7-920 2.66GHz CPU (Overclocked to 3.0GHz)
ASUS P6T Deluxe Motherboard
3GB Kingston Hyper-X 1800MHz DDR3 Memory
Sapphire Radeon 4870 X2 2GB Video Card
600W Thermaltake Toughpower Power Supply
1TB SATA II Hard Drive
Sony BR-5100S Blu-ray Drive
Sony 20x Lightscribe DVDRW
ASETEK 120mm Watercooler (CPU)
Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Case
Windows Vista Home Premium 64bit
Logitech EX 110 cordless combo
The system came in a HUGE box; I had trouble getting it into my car when I went to pick it up. Inside of the box is an accessory bag from CyberPower, the video card, and the Logitech EX110 cordless desktop. As you can see CyberPower made sure everything was protected with large pieces of foam.
Inside the accessory bag we find instructions for the case and motherboard, drive and utility CDs, FarCry 2, power cable, and a CyberPower t-shirt.
At the bottom of the large box is the system inside of the Thermaltake Spedo retail box, so there is even more protection. If you didn’t check out our Speedo review the case actually comes with a protective cover over it. So you know when you get this system there will not be any problems with it at all.