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CES 2010 Coverage



Everyone knows who CyberPower is and if you don’t you need to get out of the computer dark age. CyberPower is one of the leading custom PC building companies in the world and seeing what they had to show off it is no wonder that it has reached this status.

Upon entering the CyberPower suite right away you can see the hard work and talent that they use to make their computers the best that they could be. The first system we encountered was made for the AMD Dragon Platform and the amount of detail right down to the wire management was impeccable. CyberPower used a red theme for the case and etched the Dragon on the side to represent the components. On the front of the case you can see a liquid bay with red coolant. This is CyberPower’s Liquid Cooling System, which they install into all of their computers to keep those blazing fast processors tame. We here at OverclockersClub were given one of their LCS sets to test as well as an upcoming air cooler from them, so look forward to that in the near future.






Next we came to another build, which had a great black and blue design with a sleek looking case. The front of the case swings open allowing full access to the components on the inside as well as access to the hot swap hard drive bays in there. Yes I did say hot swap. The kicker on this case is that CyberPower will be selling it by itself and at a price sub $100 for anyone who wants to buy it for their personal build.




Behind us we saw three huge screens that were running a game using multi-display technology. Next to the three monitors were two other builds. One was in the new Cooler Master Obsidian case, which was just massive. Inside the build was some great hardware that would make any gamer or enthusiast scream with happiness.



Finally, what could be a finish without the custom designed cases? CyberPower has cases that you can order with skins to show off your hardware with your own personal style.


  1. Introduction & Pre-CES
  2. CES Day 1 Part 1: ASUS
  3. CES Day 1 Part 2: ASUS (Continued)
  4. CES Day 1 Part 3: ASUS (Continued)
  5. CES Day 1 Part 4: ASUS (Continued)
  6. CES Day 1 Part 5: OCZ Technology
  7. CES Day 1 Part 6: OCZ Technology (Continued)
  8. CES Day 1 Part 7: Cooler Master
  9. CES Day 1 Part 8: MSI
  10. CES Day 1 Part 9: ATI, Diamond Multimedia
  11. CES Day 2 Part 1: Nokia
  12. CES Day 2 Part 2: In Win
  13. CES Day 2 Part 3: In Win (Continued)
  14. CES Day 2 Part 4: A-DATA
  15. CES Day 2 Part 5: viliv
  16. CES Day 2 Part 6: NVIDIA
  17. CES Day 2 Part 7: Antec
  18. CES Day 2 Part 8: SilverStone
  19. CES Day 2 Part 9: SilverStone (Continued)
  20. CES Day 2 Part 10: Super Talent
  21. CES Day 2 Part 11: CoolIT
  22. CES Day 3 Part 1: Thermaltake
  23. CES Day 3 Part 2: Thermaltake (Continued)
  24. CES Day 3 Part 3: PowerColor, Mushkin
  25. CES Day 3 Part 4: Razer
  26. CES Day 3 Part 5: Razer (Continued)
  27. CES Day 3 Part 6: CyberPower
  28. CES Day 3 Part 7: Homeplug & PC Gaming Alliance
  29. CES Day 3 Part 8: ECS
  30. CES Day 3 Part 9: Kingston
  31. CES Day 4 Part 1: Sony
  32. CES Day 4 Part 2: Samsung
  33. CES Day 4 Part 3: Samsung (Continued)
  34. CES Day 4 Part 4: Gigabyte
  35. CES Day 4 Part 4: Turtle Beach
  36. CES Day 4 Part 5: Peregrine
  37. CES Day 4 Part 6: Intel
  38. CES Day 4 Part 7: Intel (Continued)
  39. CES Extras: PC Charity Race, Xtreme Systems Party
  40. CES Extras: Booth Babes
  41. CES Extras: Booth Babes Part 2
  42. CES Extras: Booth Babes Part 3
  43. CES Extras: Booth Babes Part 4
  44. CES Extras: Booth Babes with Staff
  45. CES Final Thoughts
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