PC Specialist Hyperion Zen Review

Speeds

PC Specialist Hyperion Zen Review

Speeds

With this much cooling capacity there is plenty of headroom should you fancy getting your fingers metaphorically dirty by tinkering under the hood. We'd probably leave it as it is though, particularly as we already know the results of our benchmarks. The SM961 doesn't quite have the write speeds of the Samsung 960 Pro, but there is no denying that it annihilates any regular SATA SSDs and will be more than a match for anything you throw in its direction.

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31-05-2017, 06:10:20

AlienALX
Not bad at all. Don't like the case too much but they've done a great job in there

Cheers VB.Quote

31-05-2017, 06:59:58

Excalabur50
Nice that they water cooled it though I don't particularly like how they hosed it up,nice review though VBQuote

31-05-2017, 13:35:30

Greenback
nice my 1 but, is the 2133 ram, a system like that calls for 3200 considering Ryzen takes it nowQuote

31-05-2017, 14:36:32

Bartacus
Those CPU temps are pretty bad for a custom loop TBH. At stock speeds even with boosting, there's no way that CPU should be approaching 70C.

EDIT: ignore me, I'm an idiot. Didn't realize it was OCed to 3.8, but those temps still suck. Just not as bad as I initially thought. Quote
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