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CyberPower Infinity White Knight review

£1,799 inc VAT

Manufacturer: CyberPower

Our Rating: We rate this 3.5 out of 5

The striking all-white Infinity White Knight desktop PC from CyberPower immediately grabbed our attention – not only because of its dazzling paint job, but also with its sheer size.

The striking all-white Infinity White Knight desktop PC from CyberPower immediately grabbed our attention – not only because of its dazzling paint job, but also with its sheer size.

The striking all-white Infinity White Knight desktop PC from CyberPower immediately grabbed our attention – not only because of its dazzling paint job, which extends to the system case, monitor and keyboard, but also with its sheer size.

Housed in an NZXT Phantom case, the CyberPower Infinity White Knight desktop PC looks expensive – and at £1,799, it really is. It’s built for the enthusiast who likes to tinker, and comes with plenty of fan-mounting points that each have their own speed control on top of the case.

Soundproofing has been applied inside, while a giant watercooling system continues the CyberPower Infinity White Knight desktop PC's colour scheme with white pipes.

Both the Intel Core i7-950 CPU and the nVidia GeForce GTX 480 graphics card are watercooled, allowing superb overclocking potential. The GTX 480 is an incredibly fast card, but has been criticised for running hot and loud. CyberPower’s cooling solution addresses both issues, and the quiet Infinity White Knight desktop PC turned in the fastest framerates.

A 60GB Crucial C300 SSD boosts disk performance, and is supplemented by a 1TB hard drive. A 950W PSU is also found inside the CyberPower Infinity White Knight desktop PC.

The WorldBench 6 score of 152 points is beaten by the Chillblast and Arbico, but the CyberPower Infinity White Knight desktop PC would dominate if we were to allow the submission of overclocked machines to our group tests.

BenQ’s full-HD V2400 Eco monitor is a perfect partner to the white system case. It, too, is finished entirely in white, save for a removable green ‘Stickle-Bricks’-like stationery holder on the stand. It’s also a good performer and comes with VGA and HDMI inputs. No speakers are provided with the CyberPower Infinity White Knight desktop PC.

Power PCs chart ranking

  1. Chillblast Fusion Reaper
  2. Arbico Elite i7 9568 HSD
  3. DinoPC Maxosaur 870
  4. Palicomp Core i7 Blitz 950-24 SSD
  5. CyberPower Infinity White Knight

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3.06GHz Intel Core i7-950
Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
6GB DDR3 RAM
1TB SATA
60GB SSD
6 x USB 2.0
2 x USB 3.0
Asus Sabertooth X58 motherboard
950W Xtremegear PSU
24in BenQ V2400 Eco (0.28mm pixel pitch
1920x1080)
1,536MB EVGA nVidia GeForce GTX 480 (games scores: Crysis [High/Very High] = 92/46fps
Stalker: Call of Pripyat [Medium/Ultra] = 179/108fps)
onboard Realtek ALC892 sound
speakers built into monitor
4x BD-ROM
24x/24x/12x/16x/12x/16x (DVD-R/+R/-R DL/+R DL/-RAM/-ROM)
three-year return-to-base warranty
WorldBench 6 score: 152
  • Overall: We give this item 7 of 10 overall

The CyberPower Infinity White Knight desktop PC may sit in fifth place in our chart, but it could just as easily go at the top. If you have the money and want a stunning-looking gaming rig that performs as well as it looks, the CyberPower will make you very happy indeed.

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