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Hardware Cyberpower Gamer Infinity CrossFire HD

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Guest-16, 5 Aug 2008.

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  2. liratheal

    liratheal Sharing is Caring

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    Is there any reason there are two different brands of 4870?

    Nice to see fair pricing for prebuilds - I'm sceptical as to how long they'll last..
     
  3. badders

    badders Neuken in de Keuken

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    Okay, who's bringing the average down?
     
  4. Naberius

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    They are both HIS cards, look at the fans. Sometimes the bundle includes stickers.
     
  5. Glider

    Glider /dev/null

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    Probably those with jobs or a life... :rolleyes:
     
  6. liratheal

    liratheal Sharing is Caring

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    I was just curious as to the fact that one, in the last picture, has a Radeon sticker, and the other doesn't. Didn't know whether they were different models or something.

    How dare they have lives!
     
  7. CyberpowerUK

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    Hi There!

    This is Mike from Cyberpower UK. If anyone has any questions I'd be happy to answer them either here or direct by email as well, michael[at]cyberpowersystem[Dot]co[Dot]uk

    @Liratheal they are both HIS cards. One came OEM and had no sticker the other was retail and did so they look different because of that, sorry for any confusion.

    Mike
     
  8. yakyb

    yakyb i hate the person above me

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    when did bit start doing max playable reviews?
     
  9. liratheal

    liratheal Sharing is Caring

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    Ahh.

    Fair enough, then :D
     
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    Because we've nothing to compare it to directly so we wanted to give you what kind of experience you get when you buy a system like this.
     
  11. Baz

    Baz I work for Corsair

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    We're happy to announce that bit-tech readers will be able to get the exact same system we reviewed, including that whopping 4.0GHz warranty guaranteed overclock, for just £999.99. Considering the system was already good value in comparison to self build components, this now means it's a very tempting option for anyone looking for a full system gaming machine.

    All you need to do to take advantage of the offer is mention bit-tech when placing your order. The offer will be running for the next six weeks.

    Thanks Cyberpower - Nice One!
     
  12. CyberpowerUK

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    You're welcome :)

    Mike
     
  13. devdevil85

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    Cyberpower is an awesome company. I purchased my first pre-built PC from them and they sent an upgraded case (by accident idk) and the system's been going for almost 6 years now. I would definitely recommend them. They can be on the high side though on peripherals, so watch out there. Glad to see they're offering quality products and competitive pricing....
     
  14. Jojii

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    But the question remains..

    Does it blend?
     
  15. R3veNG

    R3veNG You were R3veNG'ed >:-)

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    I'm quite sure this pc is too big for a simple blender..

    So the REAL question that remains is: "Does it blend the blender?"

    R3
     
  16. p3ri0d

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    So someone go buy it, and try to blend it then we'll see what blend before the other :p

    oh! btw, R3veNG it took me 3 secs, not 7 :p

    Actually I think it's a great thing that pc, real good stuff for a real good price ;)
     
  17. Jasio

    Jasio Made in Canada

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    Hmm, not sure how prices are generally in the UK, but from what I've seen, Cyberpower's other systems are a tad on the expensive side, custom building is still more affordable. I'm also disappointed by the choices of odd cooling solutions (rather limited) that they offer. No Zalman? No Noctua? Water cooling limited to 1 no-name model/brand? And most of the power supplies (actually from what I can tell, all but the Corsair) are pretty cheap 4-6 rail power supplies, some better single rail solutions would be nice. There is a nice selection of cases however, hard drive and GPU solutions which is convenient. The emphasis on nVidia chipsets is a bit of a turn-off, since they aren't really worth the PCB they're made on (dollar for dollar performance / reliability versus Intel/AMD chipsets).

    At least it's not as bad as Alienware, Falcon North-West, Voodoo or Widow PC which just add some shiny paint on a case and claim a $6000 price tag.
     
  18. wuyanxu

    wuyanxu still wants Homeworld 3

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    not so keen on PSU, case, CPU cooling, HDD and memory choice, as i've not had any good experience with OCZ memory, and not heard good things on Hyper after Corsair started making Hx620w.

    but being a system builder myself, i am very picky. that system is very good value. though could have added £50 for a F1 drive, TRUE as cooler and Corsair Hx620w?

    when did Bittech start doing whole system reviews? i thought there's going to be P45 reviews poping up
     
  19. Jediron

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    OCZ is great memory, i have never had any issue's with them. Afcource, anyone can have a bad experience with memory, from any brand. The fault could just as well lie with the motherboard in use. So to scrap OCZ from the list is not a goodf idea. OCZ is very populair, an for a good reason; overall they are just plain good.
     
  20. wuyanxu

    wuyanxu still wants Homeworld 3

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    OCZ are very, very good at their rated speeds. but any higher, even 50Mhz higher will see them suffer.
    Corsair on the other hand, expensive, but 100Mhz higher at stock volts no problem.

    that's my experience on Abit iP35 Pro, not a push-over motherboard by any means
     
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