Cyberpower infinity Hercules Pro Review


Published by Hiwa Pouri on 10.04.15
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Noise Level

   


The Cyberpower Infinity Hercules Pro Gaming PC has multiple noise sources, which include the two 120mm fans on the CPU AIO system in push pull, one top mounted 120mm fan and the blower on the graphics card. During our 3D tests, the system was subjectively speaking well audible. We notice that all fans come with three pin headers. We would love to find models with 4-pin PWM headers, which would allow for very simple noise level adjustments from within Windows or via the BIOS. Concerning the top mounted 120 millimeter fan, this one starts spinning when the temperatures pass 50°C.

Temperatures

Temperature Idle Full
Intel Core i5-4690K 32 / 34 / 33 / 34 55 / 56 / 55 / 55
MSI GTX 960 34 68
Less is better

With ambient temperatures at 23°C, we measured reasonable temperatures regarding processor and graphics card. Using Prime95 64bit and FurMark, HWmonitor Pro is telling us that the CPU runs at about 33°C in idle and roughly 55°C under load. In the case of the graphics card and Furmark for stress testing maximum temperature was 68°C.



Page 1 - Introduction Page 10 - WinRAR
Page 2 - Preview Page 11 - Frybench
Page 3 - Specifications Page 12 - Games
Page 4 - 3DMark Page 13 - SSD
Page 5 - UCBench Page 14 - Overclocking
Page 6 - XTU Page 15 - Power Consumption
Page 7 - Cinebench Page 16 - Temperatures / Noise Levels
Page 8 - HWBot Prime Page 17 - Conclusion
Page 9 - Blackhole  




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