CyberPower Trinity Xtreme Gaming PC Review: 'Unique' Is An Understatement

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Trinity Performance Summary and Conclusion

The CyberPower Trinity’s appearance is so integral to the design that there will be some people who will be turned off by the computer (and others who will be itching to buy it) based on looks alone. For those of us who like the Trinity’s unusual design, the next questions are: does its performance and functionality measure up?

Given its handling in our tests, Trinity appears to be a solid gamer. A large part of its success comes from the GeForce GTX Titan X, which obviously adds a substantial amount to the price tag as well. Still, we think it’s worth it in system like this. If what you’re looking for is a frame rate-shredding PC, spending extra budget on at graphics card is the way to go.
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conclude%20(1)When it comes to the design, there are some practical benefits to the CyberPower Trinity’s chassis. The most obvious of these is support for upgrading. It’s very easy to remove the blade shells and once one is off, you can easily reach just about any component. We’ve seen few systems where the memory, for example – one of the more commonly upgraded components – is so easy to access.

We're surprised that the this system doesn’t have an SD card reader. Sure, you can plug in an external drive, but you wouldn’t want to leave it plugged in all the time – that would kill the look of the Trinity. In addition, system noise may be an issue for some sensitive users, though it wasn't overbearing. Other than these small caveats, this is one very unique gaming PC that CyberPower has put togeher here, one that will turn heads and look slick in your office or heck, maybe even the living room.

As it happens, you’ll have some time to mull things over if you’re thinking about picking up a Trinity. CyberPower is sold out of the system at the moment but expects to have more available late this month, so likely any day now.

approved hh

hot  not 
  • Unique, totally cool design
  • Solid gaming performance
  • Easy to upgrade
  • A little noisy under load
  • No SD card reader
  • Pricey, as configured

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