PC Specialist Hyperion Zen Review

PC Mark 8

PC Specialist Hyperion Zen Review

PC Mark 8

PC Mark is less useful as a demonstrator of system performance because it's as happy with value components as it is with premium ones. We've seen these scores from a i3-7350K with a GTX 980 on it, yet we all know that in use the Hyperion Zen would annihilate it.

PC Specialist Hyperion Zen Review  

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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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