Cyberpower Infinity Fusion Pro review

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Cyberpower’s Infinity Fusion Pro introduces Intel’s Ivy Bridge E family of chips. The new processors follow last year’s Sandy Bridge E series, and are also aimed at workstation and enthusiast systems: they use the same architecture as consumer-grade Ivy Bridge processors, but feature larger onboard caches and quad-channel memory for extra bandwidth.

There are three models in the family: two six-core parts and one quad-core. For the Fusion Pro, Cyberpower has chosen the quad-core, 3.7GHz i7-4820K, which is overclocked to 4.6GHz. The CPU is partnered with 8GB of DDR3 RAM, clocked at 2,133MHz, and Samsung’s 256GB Samsung 840 Series SSD, as well as a 1TB mechanical drive. Since E series processors don’t contain GPUs, the Fusion Pro also includes an MSI-branded Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 graphics card.

Cyberpower Infinity Fusion Pro

It adds up to a powerful PC. In our desktop benchmarks, the Fusion Pro scored 1.22 overall – a modest but noteworthy step up from the 1.16 we saw last year from PC Specialist’s Sandy Bridge E-based Vortex Destroyer. It isn’t the fastest desktop we’ve seen, though: the PC Specialist Vanquish Enforcer rode an overclocked Haswell-based Core i7-4770K to a benchmark score of 1.3.

It’s a similar story with 3D performance. In our Very High quality, 1,920 x 1,080 Crysis benchmark, the Fusion Pro achieved an excellent 84fps. That’s plenty of power for multimonitor gaming or other GPU applications, and not far off the highest score we’ve seen. Once more, however, the Vanquish Enforcer retains the crown, with an average of 96fps.

Cyberpower Infinity Fusion Pro

One area where the Fusion Pro excels is power consumption. With both GPU and CPU stress-tested to 100%, we saw PC Specialist’s Sandy Bridge E and Haswell systems hit peak power draws of 425W and 472W respectively. The Fusion Pro peaked at 314W, dropping to a reasonable 74W when sitting idle.


Warranty3 yr return to base

Basic specifications

Total hard disk capacity1,256GB
RAM capacity8.00GB
Screen size27.0in


CPU familyIntel Core i7
CPU nominal frequency3.70GHz
CPU overclocked frequency4.60GHz


MotherboardGigabyte X79-UP4
Motherboard chipsetIntel X79
Conventional PCI slots free1
Conventional PCI slots total1
PCI-E x16 slots free2
PCI-E x16 slots total3
Wired adapter speed1,000Mbits/sec


Memory typeDDR3
Memory sockets free6
Memory sockets total8

Graphics card

Graphics cardMSI GeForce GTX 770
3D performance settingMedium
Graphics chipsetNvidia GeForce GTX 770

Hard disk

Hard diskSamsung 840
Hard disk 2 nominal capacity1,000GB


Optical disc technologyBlu-ray writer


Resolution screen horizontal1,920
Resolution screen vertical1,080
Resolution1920 x 1080
Contrast ratio1,000:1
Screen brightness256cd/m2

Additional Peripherals

PeripheralsMicrosoft wireless keyboard and mouse


Dimensions206 x 520 x 586mm (WDH)

Free drive bays

Free front panel 5.25in bays3

Rear ports

USB ports (downstream)8
eSATA ports2

Operating system and software

OS familyWindows 8

Noise and power

Idle power consumption74W
Peak power consumption314W

Performance tests

3D performance (crysis) low settings136fps
3D performance settingMedium
Overall Real World Benchmark score1.22
Responsiveness score1.07
Media score1.29
Multitasking score1.25

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