The CyberPower Gamer Infinity i7 Poseidon is twice as expensive as many of its rivals.
However, there's a reason for that: this is an extremely well-specified system.
The 920 chip has been cranked up to no less than 3.8GHz courtesy of a full water-cooling system. Performance, needless to say, is epic.
The chassis is a Thermaltake Spedo. It has adequate capacity for just about any component, including the beefy 780 Watt Hiper power supply. The only thing missing is a high-end SSD drive: instead, CyberPower has plumped for both a 10,000rpm Raptor for speed and a 500GB 7,200rpm drive for mass storage. Still, as rotational tech goes, it's a great solution.
Our only other complaint is the pricey 12GB of Corsair DDR3 memory. That, frankly, is overkill.