We’ve been hankering to test out one of CyberPowerPC’s new Zeus Mini SFF gaming desktop models ever since we got some hands on time with it at CES, so we were happy to unpack the black and neon green Zeus Mini-I 780 that CyberPowerPC sent us this week. Small form factor (SFF) PCs are something of a trend these days, and frankly, it’s refreshing to see powerful machines on the market that don’t take up much space and and don’t weigh 50 pounds....
CyberPowerPC Zeus Mini-I 780 SFF Gaming PC Review
That's a cool little PC with a pretty big bite!
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What a little beast! And in such a small package!
very awesome build!!!wish i could have one....
Such a beast computer. I have a computer but doesn't even compare to this one, it can't even hold a candle to it lol. Its sad though that you can't upgrade the storage easily on this beast. If I had this I would love to add a 1TB SSD in there eventually when it gets cheaper. Also I really like the review format
What a great giveaway!I ve been fan of both hothardware and cyberpower for a long time and this is a great gift tyvm
A beautiful little system. Blows what I have out of the water.
That is awesome! i have always liked CyberpowerPC and encourage people to go there is they want to buy a custom PC.
Very Nice Pc and the Spring Theme fits Beauty
Very cool computer I hope it knows how to keep it's temperate down. :) I wonder if this is the new trend towards the minis and away from full towers? Anyone know how upgraded able these minis are?
Yes...we go into the upgradability in quite a bit of detail: http://hothardware.com/Reviews/CyberPowerPC-Zeus-MiniI-780-SFF-Gaming-PC-Review/?page=2
This thing looks FREAKING AWESOME !!! Even if it's hard to upgrade, you could spend years without having to !
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