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CyberPower Gamer Ultra 2098 Budget Gaming PC Review
|Product:||Gamer Ultra 2098|
|Date:||Tue, Nov 01, 2011 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Nathan Kirsch -|
The Shipping Box and Packaging
When ordering a complete PC you have to worry about shipping it and that can often be a big deal as things get damaged easily with delicate hard drives and cases with windows. CyberPower shipped our review unit UPS 3 Day Select from California to Missouri and it arrived safely in one piece. The white shipping box was covered in dirt and did have a few rips on the outer layer.
Opening up the outer box we found that it was actually double layered cardboard, so nothing actually penetrated both layers. Once we opened the box we found a thick layer of foam with the invoice sitting on top.
With the foam removed we discovered a motherboard box and the case box. It looks like the CyberPower Gamer Ultra 2098 uses the Gigabyte M68MT-S2 motherboard and the Azza Orion PC case!
Inside the motherboard box we found the manuals for the motherboard and PC case along with a power cable driver discs and an Xtreme Gear 800 DPI USB mouse. According to Newegg this system comes with an Xtreme Gear USB keyboard, but ours didn't come with a keyboard.
Opening up the Azza Orion PC case we found another double walled cardboard box that had the case inside that was packed in Styrofoam and plastic. CyberPower does a good job packaging up the system, so when you order one from Newegg or Wal-Mart you'll know that it should arrive in one piece.
Next Page - External Impressions
Page 1 - The CyberPower Gamer Ultra 2098
Page 2 - The Shipping Box and Packaging
Page 3 - External Impressions
Page 4 - Internal Impressions
Page 5 - First Boot & Windows Experience Index
Page 6 - CPU-Z and GPU-Z Screenshots
Page 7 - Sandra 2011 SP5 & CrystalDiskMark 3.0.1b
Page 8 - PCMark 7 & 3DMark 11
Page 9 - x264 HD Encoding & WPrime
Page 10 - Game Benchmarking
Page 11 - Temperature & Sound Testing
Page 12 - Power Consumption
Page 13 - Final Thoughts and Conclusions