Cyberpower Hyper Liquid Ultra 7 GTX Ti Review
Published: 17th August 2018 | Source: Cyberpower | Price: £2399 As Reviewed |
Clock and Storage Speeds
The AMD 2nd Generation Ryzen 7 2700X is a fantastic CPU as we've seen from all our testing of it, and with a full water loop to keep it cool and boosting happily the Cyberpower Hyper Liquid Ultra 7 GTX Ti should pump out some impressive scores.
The nVidia GPU Boost technology is such that the days of manual overclocking are almost behind us, unless of course you're determined to extract every last polygon. Supplying the GPU will plenty of cooling and thus thermal headroom is much more important, and the GTX 1080 Ti is hardly slow even at stock speeds, so with a EK Waterblock keeping things frosty it should run like a greased squirrel. During testing the average boost clock we saw was 1886 MHz at around 50°C, so there is clearly a lot of extra performance available if you wish to give it a little more power.
At the heart of the storage on the Hyper Liquid Ultra 7 GTX Ti is the 500 GB Samsung M.2 which has all the class-leading performance that you would expect from the model that still regularly tops our storage bandwidth graphs.