Power Consumption and Noise
At 305W under the load, the Syber Vapor is right in line with the Digital Storm Vanquish II and Falcon Northwest Tiki, give or take a few watts. However, its idle measurement of just 38W has them both beat, along with all other systems, save for the Alienware Alpha rig that uses mobile graphics.
Nobody wants to hear whirring fans over their TV's audio. And you won't with the Syber Vapor, unless you manage to stress the CPU and GPU to their max like we did above. At that point, the case fan and CPU cooler kick things into high gear. It's not obnoxiously loud like a hair dryer or vacuum, but you can definitely hear that some active cooling is taking place.
For the most part, however, the Syber Vapor is a quiet machine.