June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby akaelric » Tue Jul 20, 2010 11:00 pm

Was sitting in my kitchen looking out the window when the UPS truck pulled up.

I wasn't sure when the computer would be coming, but was happy that it arrived today.

As promised, I have taken some pictures to post for all to see.

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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby akaelric » Tue Jul 20, 2010 11:10 pm

After opening the box, i took some pictures of the case. On top of the case is an x-dock slot. I had to check what an x-dock slot was for from CyberPower's website.
You can use it to connect internal SATA drives which I think is pretty slick.

Here are some pics of the case.

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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby akaelric » Tue Jul 20, 2010 11:16 pm

I opened the case to take a look inside and was excited to see a watercooler connected to the cpu.

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Once again, I would like to thank Legit Reviews, Intel and especially CyberPower for having this contest and shipping me
a completely awesome computer.

thanks
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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby akaelric » Tue Jul 20, 2010 11:21 pm

Once I get this system swapped out with my current computer, I will post a picture of it up and running.

Hopefully this weekend, I can move everything over.

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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby jedihobbit » Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:48 am

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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby Kaos Kid » Wed Jul 21, 2010 7:01 am

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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby Dhumba » Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:26 am

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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby akaelric » Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:33 pm

Just an update on the computer, which is running great.

I love that this computer boots up so fast. It has a 40gb SSD which the operating system is located on. I used the 1Tb disk to install things like microsoft office and other software.
One thing that made me a little mad at microsoft was that windows 7 came with no mail client. I wanted to install outlook express on my new computer, but that has been discontinued.
I moved all my email to thunderbird, which is what I use at work, so no big deal.

It took about two days to get the new computer set up, but it was worth it.

Now I can look into overclocking the cpu and see what this baby can really do.

thanks again Legit Reveiws :finga:

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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby jedihobbit » Thu Jul 29, 2010 5:04 am

akaelric wrote: .......Now I can look into overclocking the cpu and see what this baby can really do.

thanks again Legit Reveiws :finga:

Akaelric


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Also start a thread and give us some pix......
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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby slugbug » Thu Aug 12, 2010 10:25 pm

Seeing as that rig has an unlocked processor we'll have to slap you if you don't overclock it :lol:

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Re: June 2010 CyberPower Power System Drawing w/ Intel CPU

Postby DanielArtisan » Mon Dec 13, 2010 10:31 am

W00t. I would like to win that computer. :>


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