CyberPower has included several additional power cables with the system so you can easily change video cards at a later date. The two GIGABYTE GTX 285 cards each use two 6-pin PCIe power connectors.
Several manuals are included with the system should you feel like poking around. You also receive a copy of Windows Vista Home Premium X64 and the driver disks for the other components.
The two Razer input devices come in the retail packaging.
CyberPower also includes a travel bag and t-shirt with the Black Mamba.
Processes use system resources and can slow down a computer system. Most processes come from the operating system, but many come from the software installed. Here we take a look at how the system comes from the factory.
Paint Shop Pro 6 (psp.exe) was added for the purpose of the review due to its extensive screen capture capabilities. Other than my install the system comes very clean and ready for you to start adding games galore.
The installed software list shows that all of the drivers were installed as well as software for DVD and Blu-ray playback. CyberPower doesn't include any "crapware" that pops up to tell you that you need to go shopping, the system comes clean, just how we like to see them.
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