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  • Cyberpower PC Gamer Xtreme 2000 SE System Review
  • Cyberpower PC Gamer Xtreme 2000 SE System Review


    System Construction

    Modern chassis design has allowed the system builders freedom in how they install their gear and ultimately the option to dress up their installations.  The most notable of these features is with cable management and the art of hiding extra wires to improve cooling and make things look nice and pretty.

    Boutique builds like the Gamer Xtreme 2000 SE are custom by nature meaning that all of the cable management is done by hand and will change how cables are run based on the overall system configuration.  Looking thru the case we can see that all of the cables are routed quite well with the majority of the wires being hidden from view.
    All of the cables you do see are stock.  By this we mean that there was no effort to dress up the wires beyond what was provided by the manufacture and, in some cases, may not look as nice as it could.  We don't feel this is a huge concern since 1) there is no side window (in this build) and 2) Users of this product may never open the side panel again after removing the packing foam.

    Of course all of those extra wires have to go somewhere and by removing the other side panel you can get a glimpse of what was done to hide those wires from view.  
    Again most users will never see this side of the build unless they are adding a secondary video card and need the other PCI Express power connector.