CyberPowerPC Infinity Xtreme Halo Review
Colin Chambers / 6 years ago
A Closer Look
At a first glance, we find the power and reset buttons to the right of the case at the front as well as sporting 4 USB 3.0 ports, with a headphone and microphone jack.
The only thing that I personally would change about the case is the top “S” could have been slightly longer in the central position, meaning that from the front all of your cables etc that are plugged into the motherboard would be hidden. In its current form all of the main I/O ports are hidden except for a selection of USB ports which are situated at the top of the board. Still, if you are somehow occupying most or all of the 16 available USB ports, you should probably be considering a powered hub of some sort. For a more detailed look at the chassis, we invite you to check out our full review of it here.
All of that aside mind you, it is very nice. The tempered glass coating helps remove the glare from the white lighting within.
In order to get some close ups, we removed the front glass by simply removing the 4 gold thumb screws.
Here we have the hard drive rack with 2 slots to spare, plus a gratuitous CPU and RAM shot
From a different angle, we can see the mighty pair of Titan X’s in the loop coming straight from the CPU.
The PCIE SSD sits behind both Titan X’s, providing us with incredible boot times.
A full hardware shot in all its glory, because you would, wouldn’t you?
The rigid pipework in the liquid cooling setup is to an impressive standard, no standard flexible hose here.
Even round the back, the cable management is excellent. The channelling of the braided power cables looks lovely too.
The finishing touches are tasteful, which is where I have seen decent rigs be let down in the past.