Gamer Xtreme 5000 Overview
CyberPower has gone with a great case in the Thermaltake Armor A60. The case is simple, inexpensive and works well. We are not going to go over the case completely, but for more information on it check out our review. Looking at the front of the case you have the ASUS Blu-ray combo drive and the 12-in-1 card reader. Both are black so they match the case perfectly.
Looking at the side of the case CyberPower has put their logo on the small window. They have also added a fan for better video card and system cooling.
Moving around back you can see that everything is nicely installed. CyberPower has used the water-cooling holes at the top of the case to route the USB 3.0 cable to the back of the motherboard.
Opening the case up the first thing you will notice is how clean the install is. All of the wires are nicely routed and out of the way. CyberPower mainly uses cable ties and hides most of the other cables. Having the cables out of the way makes for better airflow.
Keeping the CPU cool is the Asetek 550LC watercooler. This is an all-in-one system so you do not have to worry about changing coolant or anything like that. It uses a 120mm fan and radiator.
CyberPower has gone with an EVGA GTX 570 video card, Corsair TX650 650W power supply and Kingston HyperX DDR3 memory. These are definitely quality components.