Chillblast Fusion Cyborg review
The Chillblast Fusion Cyborg is a compact and quiet gaming PC capable of some excellent performances considering its small prices.
Chillblast’s Fusion Cyborg is an unusual looking PC that uses the Zalman T4 Mini case. The chassis is outrageously cheap, costing just £15, but it’s well made and has room inside for future expansion. It’s just 364mm long and 427mm tall, which makes it look a bit squashed, but its compact microATX form factor means it’ll fit on or under most desks.
Despite its low price, the chassis looks reasonably sturdy with a matt black plastic front and metal sides. Remove the side of the case and you are greeted by a compact but tidy PC that has plenty of power.
It’s relatively quiet in use, too, as there’s only one case fan, which is a 120mm exhaust fan at the rear of the chassis. The stock Intel CPU cooler runs quietly and the graphics card fan only kicks in after several minutes of gaming, but even then it’s only a background whoosh that’ll easily be drowned out by your desktop speakers or headphones. In fact, the noisiest part of the PC is the hard disk, a 1TB Seagate SSHD, which twitters away even while the PC is idle.
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