Wednesday, April 22nd 2015

CyberPowerPC Announces Trinity Gaming Desktop

CyberPower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, gaming laptops, and performance workstations, today announced it is taking orders for its Trinity gaming PC, a striking new concept in gaming PC design that splits the common hulking tower enclosure into three distinct "blades."

The CYPOWERPC Trinity is both an exercise in radical case design and a case study on the benefits of component compartmentalization. While the case defies imagination, there is a method to the madness of segregating certain components from others in order to dissipate heat while not sacrificing performance.
Split into three blades, the Trinity is designed to individually provide maximum cooling capacity to the major heat-generating components in the system. The tri-point design of the Trinity allows for powerful configurations in this striking chassis. The chassis supports the biggest and highest-output power supplies, as well as the longest and most powerful graphics cards. Support is also included for 120mm liquid cooling for the CPU.

The "Performance Blade" houses the graphics card that allows the Trinity to rip through the latest games. It supports full-length graphics cards, including the NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X and AMD Radeon R9 series. Several SSDs can be mounted adjacent to the graphics card for extra storage flexibility and performance.

Trinity can actually house an enormous amount of hardware. In addition to full-sized, high-output ATX power supplies, the "Storage Blade" in the Trinity can accommodate up to three SSDs, two hard drives and even a slim optical drive.

The "CPU Blade" is compatible with mini ITX motherboards with both Intel and AMD chipsets, and supports up to 16GB of DDR3 memory and the latest processor technology to power through all of the latest games and demanding applications.

CYBERPOWERPC hides the tangle of wires in a hollow hexagonal steel spine that connects all three blades and acts as a conduit for cable management.

The Trinity will be available in three models: the Trinity 100 with AMD A10-7700K CPU, Trinity 200 with Intel Core i5-4690K CPU, and Trinity Xtreme with Intel Core i7-5820K CPU. All models can be customized and are liquid-cooled by default.

Specifications

Trinity 100
  • Windows 8.1
  • AMD A10-7700K APU
  • 8GB DDR3-1600 MHz RAM
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB
  • MSI A88XI AC FM2+AC WiFi+BT MB
  • (120 GB + 1TB) SSD
  • 8X DVD Rewritable Drive
  • DeepCool GamerStorm Tristellar Gaming Case
  • $955 MSRP
Trinity 200
  • Windows 8.1
  • Intel Core i5-4690K CPU
  • 16GB DDR3-1600 MHz RAM
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 4 GB
  • GIGABYTE Z97N-WIFI MB
  • 240 GB SSD + 2TB HDD Combo
  • 8X DVD Rewritable Drive
  • DeepCool Tristellar Gaming Case
  • $1339
Trinity XTREME
  • Windows 8.1
  • Intel Core i7-5820K CPU
  • 16GB DDR4-2400MHz RAM
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 4GB
  • ASRock X99E-ITX/AC Motherboard
  • 240 GB SSD + 2TB HDD Combo
  • 8X DVD Rewritable Drive
  • DeepCool Tristellar Gaming Case
  • $1795
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16 Comments on CyberPowerPC Announces Trinity Gaming Desktop

#1
yun4l
This ... Hiro Hamada's micro robot !?
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#3
Caring1
Reminds me of Star Wars for some reason ....
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#4
Mr B
horrible looking thing but a good idea keeping the graphics card separate. The CPU should be ice cold not having any heat from a GPU to contend with in the same compartment of the case.
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#6
Darksoviet
Why use GTX 750 Ti in Trinity 100? It can't crossfire with 7700K. :(
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#7
silapakorn
This should come with a sticker saying "it's a computer." Because everyone visiting your home will definitely ask what it is.
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#8
GreiverBlade
silapakorn, post: 3272611, member: 105271"
This should come with a sticker saying "it's a computer." Because everyone visiting your home will definitely ask what it is.
a tristar speaker ... with boomblaster integrated ....

just like how a friend said "nice subwoofer" at another friends place because he had a Coolermaster Elite 110 just hunder his TV...

well ... it does look like a subwoofer ...
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#9
NC37
Lemmie know when they make a model that requires 1.21 Gigawatts to function. ;)
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#10
ensabrenoir
...I like it... would have to do something about the shiny plastic and silver though...
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#11
Casecutter
btarunr, post: 3272576, member: 43587"
a striking new concept in gaming PC design that splits the common hulking tower
When I first read it I thought it said stinking new concept, the eyes are the first to go...

While hulking that's a case of the "pot calling to kettle black". I've seen custom built compartmentalized towers that like this use a PCIe extension cables that segment graphics (even dual cards) in a separate air flow chamber. While interesting and "out of the box thinking", being termed as any improvement over a hulking tower... NOT!

A I agree if you can't at least SLI two Titans in there and not have the memory chip go all super toasty it's not any great design.
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#12
xela333
Darksoviet, post: 3272600, member: 132694"
Why use GTX 750 Ti in Trinity 100? It can't crossfire with 7700K. :(
Because it's a much more powerful set-up than using one of the low end AMD cards that can crossfire with the chip.
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#13
ZoneDymo
Now THIS is awesome, love it.
Add another fin-section to it and we can truly have an X-box.
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#14
Katanai
This looks sick. Having all the major heat producing parts each in a separate box is a good idea. I would have never expected such a design to come from CyberPowerPC.
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#15
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
I just love the look of this case. It's so cool! :cool:
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#16
Wshlist
It's not too bad, and a doable plan to separate components this way. The problem though is that you do need 2 cooling solutions.
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