Gamer Xtreme 4200 Overview
For a full overview of the Gamer Xtreme 4200 check out our video below.
CyberPower has gone with the Enermax Hoplite ST Mid Tower for this build. We have not reviewed this case, but it seems to be a pretty solid product. Remember pretty much every part of this system can be customized so if you don’t like this case you can choose from a variety of different cases. CyberPower really has not done that much to the case except add their logo to the top and install a small Intel inside sticker. On the front of the case we can see the installed LG Blu-ray drive.
If we open up the side panel and take a look inside we can see all of the installed hardware. The thing that really catches my eye here is the awesome cable management. This not only makes the inside of the case look great, but helps for better airflow through the case. If there is one thing I love about custom systems it is that I don’t have to wire anything myself!
Starting at the bottom of the case we have the power supply. It is the LEPA G-Series 850W power supply. The power supply is modular and is 80PLUS Gold certified. Moving up we have the graphics card. CyberPower has done with the MSI Gaming Series GeForce GTX 770. This card features MSI’s Twin Frozr IV cooling solution and is factory overclocked.
The CPU cooling solution is a liquid cooling solution from CoolIT. It is their LCS ECO II 120FB. It uses a 120mm radiator that is attached to the rear of the case. Cyberpower has installed two Enermax fans to aid in the cooling process. The cooler is cooling the brand new Intel Core i7-4770K processor, which CyberPower has overclocked to 4.2 GHz from its stock 3.5 GHz. The motherboard on this system is the ASUS Z87-A.
For memory we have 16 GB (4 x 4GB) of Corsair Vengeance memory. It is running at 1600 MHz. Finally on to storage, there an is an SSD and a normal hard drive here. The SSD is the Corsair Neutron Series 64GB and the normal hard drive is a Toshiba 1TB SATA 6GB/s 7200 RPM drive.