Zeus Mini-I 780 Overview
For a full overview of the Zeus Mini-I 780 Gaming System be sure to check out the video below.
The Zeus Mini has a rather plain design to it, but it is extremely functional as you will see once we get inside. The case itself has a rectangular shape and as you can see from the photo below CyberPower wants you to use it with the included stand. Because of its size it really is not going to take up a lot of room on your desk and will make it easy to take with you places.
The front of the Zeus Mini is pretty plain, we can see the included optical drive. There are also LED strips on each side that will light up green when the system is powered on. The power button sits towards the top of the case.
The top of the case has a honeycomb design that will allow the system to bring in cold air and have hot air escape.
On each side of the case there are sets of ventilation holes that are colored green, we assume for NVIDIA. CyberPower also offers a version of this case with red accents rather than the green.
On the side of the case you will also find a few front panel connections, these include USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and HD audio connections.
Setting the case on its side and looking at the rear connections you can sort of get an idea of how the inside of the case is setup. You can see all of the connections for the motherboard and video card. The power connection is also centrally located on the back of the case.
Opening the case up reveals what all is inside. It is actually pretty impressive that CyberPower is able to fit everything inside such a small case. CyberPower is using all name-brand hardware here too. To make the graphics card fit properly CyberPower has used a riser card that allows the EVGA Superclocked GeForce GTX 780 3GB to be placed parallel with the motherboard. The system is also watercooled by the Cooler Master Seidon 120M Liquid Cooling System, which is again pretty impressive that they were able to fit that inside the case. The system also makes use of a full-sized power supply in the Corsair CS550M.
Here is another shot of the system with the opposite side panel taken off of the case.