Cyberpower PC Infinity X10 RTX Review

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅26-08-20

Product on Review: Cyberpower Infinity X10 RTX
Manufacturer: Cyberpower PC
Street Price: £2199 inc. V.A.T. (as configured)


Assembling your own system is, for many of our readers, key to the fun derived from the hobby that is PC gaming. Whether it be to a tight £450 or stonking £3000 budget, there is a tangible pleasure in unboxing each individual component and creating your own thing, potentially even an end result that's quite unique. Not everyone feels the same way however, which is where 'system integrators' such as Cyberpower PC come into play.

In providing a framework for a build within a given budget range and then offering configuration options to tweak overall performance, SI's can take a huge amount of the hassle out of purchasing a new system. Whether it be a lack of confidence in handling expensive components, personal time constraints, or just needing that additional peace of mind, companies like Cyberpower PC are valuable alternative outlet for entering into the hobby or getting to the next step for your personal or business hardware needs.

Take for example the Cyberpower Infinity X10 RTX. This configurable system sits at the head of Cyberpower’s Gaming PC range, featuring NVIDIA GeForce RTX hardware and Intel’s 10th Generation Core processors for enthusiast-level performance tailored to your own needs. A plethora of options include dozens of different cases and cooling options, A-RGB LED lighting, sound deadening material and of course key individual components to help you along your road to gaming greatness.

Each system is assembled to order and put together with care, with particular attention given to internal cable management so it looks its best wherever it may be used. If overclocking is not your forte they also offer a guaranteed performance boost, the magnitude of which depends on the chosen processor and cooling solution. All-in-all, it’s a comprehensive solution that aims to defy the reputation for restrictive design common to pre-assembled systems of yesteryear.

The model we’re reviewing today is a top-notch configuration equipped with Intel’s Core i9-10900KF, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER, MSI Z490 Motherboard, NVMe SSD and 16GB of DDR4 memory. The system is housed within a compact mid-tower chassis from NZXT and also incorporates RGB lighting and AIO cooling for a sharp, crisp finish. The question is, does it live up to its enormous promise and justify its £2200 price?

About Cyberpower PC

Originally founded in the United States, Cyberpower Inc is one of the leading brands in the competitive US computer market. With vast global backing from leading technology brands such as Intel, AMD, Nvidia, Asus and Microsoft etc, we aim to deliver the most up to date hardware for your needs at wholesale prices, and bring the well renowned name of Cyberpower Inc to the UK. With vision, commitment and determination we can manufacture a vast range of custom built PC systems to suit the needs of any individual or company. Our PC systems are built with utmost care and attention as we strive towards making this not just our profession, but our obsession.

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