CyberpowerPC Zeus Mini-I 780 mITX System Review

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Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider

On March 5th, 2013 Square Enix released Tomb Raider, billed as a reboot of the franchise. In Tomb Raider, the player is confronted with a much younger Lara Croft who is shipwrecked and finds herself stranded on a mysterious island rife with danger, both natural and human. In contrast to the earlier games Croft is portrayed as vulnerable, acting out of necessity, desperation and sheer survival rather than for a greater cause or personal gain.

Tomb Raider Settings

The game has been built on Crystal Dynamics’s game engine called the “Crystal Engine” and the graphics look fantastic. AMD and Crystal Dyanmic’s worked on a new technology called TressFX Hair, which AMD describes as “the world’s first in-game implementation of a real-time, per-strand hair physics system” for this game title. We set the image quality to ultimate for benchmarking, but we disabled TressFX Hair under the advanced tab to be fair to NVIDIA graphics cards that don’t support the feature.

Tomb Raider Benchmark Results

Benchmark Results: At 1920×1080 the CYBERPOWERPC Zeus Mini-I 780 averaged 120.97 frames per second in the latest iteration of the Tomb Raider franchise.

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  • i definently recommend to get a bigger case i have this and when i play rust the gpu temp goes to 83 degrees im getting scared

  • Francis Kittredge

    If it’s anything like their Black Pearl, it’s a piece of crap, and that’s being polite.

  • Tony Cue

    Does anyone know if this case is made by Cyberpower exclusively or by someone else. Really like that case… link anyone?

    • Pat

      Azzatek is the case. You can find it on new egg now.

  • yo

    Not available outside of US, shocker.