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CyberPower Black Mamba Venom Core i7 975EE Gaming System - The CyberPower Black Mamba - Exterior

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| Gaming Desktop PCs in Computer Systems | Posted: Jun 4, 2009 3:06 am
TweakTown Rating: 90%      Manufacturer: CyberPower

CyberPower Black Mamba - Exterior

 

CyberPower Black Mamba Venom Core i7 975EE Gaming System

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The front of the Cooler Master Sniper offers great air flow through the bezel. On the bottom Cooler Master installs a massive 200 X 30mm fan that produces only 23db at full tilt. The fan is also controlled by a knob on top of the case that allows you to turn the blue lights on or off as well as control the speed of the fan.

 

CyberPower Black Mamba Venom Core i7 975EE Gaming System

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One of my favourite views of the Sniper case; the side panel is just sexy but really comes to life when the system is on and you can see all of the motherboard lights dancing around.

 

CyberPower Black Mamba Venom Core i7 975EE Gaming System

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The GIGABYTE X58 Extreme motherboard offers an impressive amount of I/O options as well as a clear CMOS button on the back. At the top GIGABYTE also includes both optical and Coax S/PDIF.

 

CyberPower Black Mamba Venom Core i7 975EE Gaming System

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The other side of the case is solid but is designed so you can route cables, keeping them out of sight as well as out of the natural air flow of the case.

 

CyberPower Black Mamba Venom Core i7 975EE Gaming System

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The dual optical drives sit at the top of the case in the 5 ΒΌ bays.

 

CyberPower Black Mamba Venom Core i7 975EE Gaming System

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Cooler Master included a good assortment of I/O ports on the top of the case. The large knob in the middle controls the fan speed for the two 200mm fans in the system. The button in the middle lets you turn on or off the blue LEDs in the fans. On the far left side is where you will find power and reset buttons.

 

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