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Review: CyberPower Trinity Xtreme PC looks insane but is surprisingly upgradeable

Gordon Mah Ung | June 3, 2015
You know how your sandal-wearing, tablet-toting partner insists on organically grown, free-range, gluten-free water? Gamers are the same way about their rigs and their need for industry-standard parts. Proprietary? Might as well be a genetically modified flesh-eating tomato.

Why? Just why?

The real question with the Trinity Xtreme is whether it's worth the bulk and the weight. The same system built into a standard micro-tower PC would save you a lot of desk space-- and frankly, given the cost of the TriSteller case, a lot of cash.

That's a question only you can answer. Maybe you're just tired after years and years and PCs that stole their design plans from a cereal box. You just want something that looks truly unique.

Maybe you really want to show up your friend who likes to talk about how cool their gaming rig is. Or maybe, just maybe, you just want to think different but don't want to pay the penalty when it's time to upgrade down the road.

 

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