Cyberpower Infinity X55 Pro System Review
Published: 13th May 2016 | Source: Cyberpower | Price: Â£999 |
Clock and Storage Speeds
With the Extreme OC option ticked the Core i5-6600K puts out 4.5GHz which will ensure that whatever you choose to do isn't let down by a wheezy CPU. Sure we might all game a lot, and this might be a VR system, but if you're streaming, or just uploading to your video site of choice, you don't want to have to wait a day for it all to encode.
You certainly wont be lacking in the storage department either. We have seen a lot of blistering M.2 and PCIe drives of late, so it's easy to forget that a regular SATA 6Gb/s SSD can still push out bandwidth with the best of them.
Considering the heavy overclock and "mere" H55 Corsair AIO cooler, the Infinity X55 Pro shows that you don't need to spend a fortune to keep things frosty. The dual-fan XFX cooler really works well, keeping temperatures below the 80°C mark whilst remaining quiet even under heavy loading.