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The Cube 802 housing is a cube-shaped pc case for users who love innovation. The uncomplicated design in classic black with three tempered glass windows is equipped with RGB lighting.
There are four front and one rear AZZA Hurricane II DualRing digital RGB fan installed. For this purpose, three RGB strips are attached, which emphasize the lighting even more. These can be controlled via the two included RF remote controls; via Aura Sync on your motherboard more components can be synchronized.
Anyone who thinks he only gets a box with light is very wrong. The Cube 802 is fully functional.
The Cube 802 can use graphics cards up to 280mm and water cooling up to 240mm at the front.
Due to the dual-chamber concept components don’t heat each other. The power supply is in a separate compartment on the ground space. This also reduces the background noise considerably.
The Cube 820F is divided into two chambers, separating the power supply and hard drives from the rest of the components. CPU coolers are limited to a height of 165 millimeters. For expansion cards, 280 millimeters are available in length.
INTEL Core i7-9700K, clock speed @ 4.90 GHz, socket 1151 v2, codename Coffee Lake-R, TDP 95W, cores 8, threads 8, PCIe lanes 16x, dual channel memory controller PC4-21300U (DDR4-2666), L2 cache 2MB (8x 256kB) L3 cache 12MB, interface DMI 3.0, 8GT / s, memory max. 64GB, Memory Bandwidth 41.6GB / sCPU Features Intel Optane Support, Turbo Boost 2.0, vPro, VT-x, VT-d, VT-x EPT, TSX-NI, Intel 64, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AVX, AVX2 , Idle States, EIST, Thermal Monitoring, IPT, SIPP, AES-NI, Secure Key, SGX, MPX, OS Guard, TXT, XD Bit, Boot Guard, multiplier freely selectable.
Twenty months after the launch of the first AMD Ryzen 1000 eight-core processors in the mid-range and thus the number 1 platform for private customers, Intel is catching up: Eight cores for the LGA 1151 socket are now also available from the market leader.
The first two processors of this type hear the name Intel Core i9-9900K and Intel Core i7-9700K and ring in the beginning of the ninth generation of cores at Intel - which is based in the heart, however, still on the sixth generation. Also, Coffee Lake Refresh will continue to be manufactured in Intel's own factories in 14nm ++, the same level of 14nm manufacturing as its predecessor.
Essentially, the refresh serves only to be able to offer eight cores. Intel goes with Coffee Lake Refresh but not only initial vulnerabilities, but also a year-long criticism of the competitor AMD with his Ryzen CPUs had recently moved back into focus: The Heatspreader is soldered again to the processor die, which colloquially Thermal paste known as "toothpaste" is a thing of the past at Coffee Lake Refresh.
The Core i7-9700K is the most interesting choice of the new 9000s in terms of price / performance. It offers eight physical cores with a fairly high turbo (single-core 4.9 GHz and all-core turbo about 4.6 GHz). In current games, he is usually on the second place. However, the lack of hyperthreading makes it fall back into midfield in some applications. In applications pays a high core / thread count and here is the actually good Core i7-9700K beaten by the "old" top model Core i7-8700K (6 cores / threads 12).
ENERMAX Liqmax II 120, Type: internal (closed System) • Cooling Blocks: CPU (Socket 775, 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2, FM2+) • Radiator: 120mm (incl. 2x 120mm) • Reservoirs: not available • pump: 12V
Enermax positioned themselves as a big player in AIO systems for CPU cooling so the performance and easy of use is pretty much expected with their products and the Enermax Liqmax II 120 is not an exception. From our experience with the first generation of Liqmax we are very pleased with the performance we got from the Liqmax II 120 at idle and fully loaded state of our test-machines. On idle, our test bench was whisper quiet. Under full load the system stayed relatively quiet as well. The Batwing design of the fan blades did a great job of pushing the cooling air through the radiator at a relatively low RPM (2000).
3 cooling modes + PWM
MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC, form factor ATX, chipset Intel Z390, RAM 4x DDR4 DIMM, dual PC4-35200U / DDR4-4400, max. 64GB, expansion slots 3x PCIe 3.0 x16, 3x PCIe 3.0 x1, 2x M.2 / M-Key (PCIe 3.0 x4 / SATA, 22110/2280/2260/2242), external connections 1x HDMI 1.4, 1x DisplayPort 1.2, 1x USB-C 3.1, 1x USB-A 3.1, 2x USB-A 3.0, 2x USB-A 2.0, 1x Gb LAN (Intel I219-V), 5x jack, 1x Toslink, 1x PS / 2 combo, 3.0, 4x USB 2.0, 6x SATA 6Gb / s, 1x serial, Audio 7.1, RAID level 0/1/5/10 (Z390), Multi-GPU NVIDIA 2 -Way SLI, AMD 3-Way-CrossFireX, RGB lighting, special features Audio + solid capacitors, Diagnostic LED (LED indicators), Bluetooth 5.0 + WLAN, manufacturer's warranty three years.
With the new Coffee Lake-S Refresh, a new generation of motherboards is also appearing, which now manifests itself in the form of the Z390 chipset. The Z390 is the new top chipset for Intel's Socket 1151 mainstream platform and will complement the Z370, and unlike the leap from Z270 to Z370, compatibility with old CPUs of the 8th core generation (Coffee Lake-S) remains. The board uses the Z390 standard equipment and waives largely on additional chips if they are not necessary. You get here so a configuration with two M.2 ports, up to 6 SATA ports, three PCIe X16 slots, but only two of which are really intended for the use of graphics cards and also reinforced with the well-known MSI PCIe Steel Armor, in addition to the MSI-typical features with Audio Boost 4, gold plated connectors and the typical good MSI software, the board uses of course the features of the Z390. This means you get natively connected USB3.1 Gen2 ports and also an Intel Wireless AC9442 module that uses CNVi and provides WLAN and Bluetooth to the latest standards.
Probably the most significant changes to the new generation have less with the chipset itself so with the quite changed since the Z370 "philosophy". With the new CPUs with significantly more cores, the manufacturers place significantly more emphasis on better voltage conversion and cooling. Both things that cost quite money and have led to that in the middle class of optics factor is declining again. With the Z390, you can get everything the gaming heart desires and the markup between Z370 and Z390 is appropriate.
The cooling of the MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC makes a great impression. Finally, coolers are used again, which are also there for cooling and serve not only the optical beautification of the mainboard. Especially on the large cooler for the voltage conversion, you realize that. It offers a really good heat distribution and keeps the voltage transformers at good temperatures.
Overall, the new MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC delivers a convincing performance. One could briefly say the Z390 is the better Z370. This not only applies to the chipset itself, but simply to the completely updated platform with the latest BIOS for fast memory, improved features and new coolers.
G.Skill Aegis DIMM Kit 16GB, DDR4-3000, Type: DDR4 DIMM 288-Pin • Modules: 2x 8GB • JEDEC: PC4-24000U • Voltage: 1.35V • Special features: not available • Warranty: lifetime (10 years in AT/DE).
Named after the powerful shield of Greek gods, Aegis symbolizes strength and power. This new addition of DDR4 memory to the AEGIS family of gaming memory is designed for upgraded performance and high stability on the latest PC gaming systems. Give the quality performance boost your gaming rig deserves, no matter the game. Whether it’s FPS, RTS, MOBA, or MMORPG, let AEGIS Gaming DDR4 Memory be the strength of your gaming arsenal!
The new DDR4 memory is compatible with the latest 6th Generation Intel® Core™ processors with the cutting-edge hardware technology to ensure smooth gaming for the newest games.
Designed with a low voltage of 1.2V~1.35V at DDR4 standard, this lowers the memory voltage requirement by 20% from DDR3 memory kits! Now your system can perform even faster without becoming an expensive appliance heater.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti OC, 11GB GDDR6, HDMI, 3x DP, USB-C, Chip: TU102-300A-A1 "Turing", Chip clock: 1350MHz, Boost: 1650MHz, Memory: 11GB GDDR6, 1750MHz, 352bit, 616GB/s, Shader Units/TMUs/ROPs: 4352/272/88, computing power:14362GFLOPS (Single), 449GFLOPS (Double), Manufacturing process: 12nm, TDP: 260W, DirectX 12.1, OpenGL 4.6, OpenCL 1.2, Vulkan 1.1, Shader Modell 5.0 overclocked
The GeForce RTX 2080 Ti will be a high-end graphics card by NVIDIA. Built on the 12 nm process, and based on the TU102 graphics processor, in its TU102-300A-K1-A1 variant, the card supports DirectX 12.0. The TU102 graphics processor is a large chip with a die area of 754 mm² and 18,600 million transistors. Unlike the fully unlocked TITAN RTX, which uses the same GPU but has all 4608 shaders enabled, NVIDIA has disabled some shading units on the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti to reach the product's target shader count. It features 4352 shading units, 272 texture mapping units and 88 ROPs. Also included are 544 tensor cores which help improve the speed of machine learning applications. Also included are 68 raytracing acceleration cores. NVIDIA has placed 11,264 MB GDDR6 memory on the card, which are connected using a 352-bit memory interface. The GPU is operating at a frequency of 1350 MHz, which can be boosted up to 1545 MHz, memory is running at 1750 MHz.
Being a dual-slot card, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti draws power from 2x 8-pin power connectors, with power draw rated at 250 W maximum. Display outputs include: 1x HDMI, 3x DisplayPort, 1x USB Type-C. GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is connected to the rest of the system using a PCI-Express 3.0 x16 interface. The card measures 267 mm in length, and features a dual-slot cooling solution.
FSP Fortron/Source Hyper 700W Netzteil, ATX 2.31, Fan: 120mm low noise, PFC: active, Type of connection: fixed, Connectors: 1x 20/24-Pin, 1x 4/8-Pin ATX12V, 4x 6/8-Pin PCIe, 8x SATA, 2x IDE, 1x Floppy, Quantity of 12V-Rails: 1, +3.3V 20A, +5V 20A, +12V 45A, +5Vsb 3.0A, Average efficiency: 85% (Manufacturer), Form factor ATX PS/2, Dimensions (WxHxD) 150x86x140mm
HYPER K series comes ranging from 500W, 600W to 700W for your choice. Enthusiasts of Gamer and hardware, you won't miss HYPER series this time, the high stable performance but affordable price will be your BEST choice.
HYPER K series comes with the +12 single rail design and the SATA array cable, optimized the airflow in case, no-hassle with case side panel. Also, 120mm long lasting fan provides superior cooling, noise <19dBA at 50% loading. Multiple PCI-Express 6+2 pin connectors equipped also 8 units of SATA cable provided.
Complies with ATX 12V v2.4 & EPS 12V v2.92
Meets 85% Efficiency
Active PFC, Power Factor ≧ 99%
+12V Single Rail Design
PCI-Express 6+2 Pin Graphic Card Connectors
SATA Array Cable
120mm Quiet Fan
Complete Protections: OCP, OVP, SCP
Meet ErP/EuP 2013 Standard
Latest Intel Platform Ready
Multiple Safety Approvals
As we get requests concerning the proper sizes of power supplies very often, we want to give you some information here, so that you can get an idea of this topic:
SAMSUNG SSD 860 EVO, 250GB, Type: Solid State Drive (SSD) • Form factor: 2.5" • Interface: SATA 6Gb/s • Read: 550MB/s • Write: 520MB/s • IOPS 4K read/Write: 98k/90k • memory modules: 3D-NAND TLC, Samsung, 64 Layer (V-NAND v4) • TBW: 150TB • MTBF: 1.5 Mio. hours • Controller: Samsung MJX, 8 channels • Cache: 512MB LPDDR4 • Protocol: AHCI • Encryption: 256bit AES, TCG opal 2.0 • Power consumption: not specified (maximum), 2.2W (operation), 0.05W (idle) • Dimensions: 100x70x6.8mm • Warranty: five years or or when the device reaches the total TBW
So, how much better is the new Samsung SSD 860 EVO series over the Samsung SSD 850 EVO series when the SATA 6Gb/s interface has been holding back performance for years? Peak performance numbers have not changed much as the 860 EVO is rated as having up to up to 550 MB/s sequential read and up to 520 MB/s sequential write speeds. The old 850 EVO series had read/write speeds of up to 540/520 MB/s, so there is just a slight performance bump there. 4K QD32 Random read/write speeds remain exactly the same at to 98,000 IOPS read and 90,000 IOPS write.
The big changes for performance on the 860 EVO series is that the TurboWrite region has been expanded by up to 6 times to help avoid sudden write performance drops during large file transfers. The TurboWrite buffer size varies based on the capacity of the SSD; 12GB for 250GB model, 22GB for 500GB model, 42GB for 1TB model and 78GB for 2/4 TB models. Samsung says the 860 EVO has 51% better sustained write performance as a result. Samsung also refined the ECC algorithm for the new MJX controller to keep performance as close to the SATA III interfaces limits as possible. Part of the software tweaks in the firmware are improved queued trim commands for Linux users. All these improvements have allowed Samsung to increase the endurance ratings on the drive. The 860 EVO series has up to a 4 times higher Total Bytes Written (TBW) rating over the previous 850 EVO series
TOSHIBA Harddisk 1TB, SATA 6Gb/s, Form factor: 3.5" • Drive: 7200rpm • Cache: 64MB • Power consumption: 6.4W (working), 2.2W (idle) • Volume: 26dB(A) (working), 25dB(A) (idle) • Specials: 4KB Sectors with Emulation.
The DT Desktop hard disk drive series provides 1TB capacity and features an innovative technology to deliver a greater level of power efficiency and quiet operation for energy-conscious, environmentally-friendly computers. With low power, high capacity and cool operation, these 3.5-inch (8.9 cm) drives offer a rotation speed of up to 5940 rpm and an interface transfer rate of 6 Gb/s. In addition, the DT Series uses Advanced Format technology to provide maximum error detection and more efficient use of the storage surface area.
No optical disc drive in the system!
PS/2 Combo Port
Wireless / Bluetooth
HD Audio Connectors
USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-A + C
USB 3.1 Gen1
Optical S/PDIF out
Monitor connections can be found in the detailed description of “GRAPHIC CARD(S)”
Front ports of the PC / Cases can be found in the detailed description of “CASE“
Integrated WLAN. For more information click "Motherboard"!
The ultimate pleasure for your ears thanks to Creative Sound Blaster Cinema.
MSI, the world's leader in motherboards and graphics cards has chosen Creative Sound Blaster Cinema audio technology for its new motherboard lineup. Sound Blaster is the leading brand in PC gaming audio and MSI is excited about the prospect of providing class-leading audio technology with its motherboards. Thanks to the Sound Blaster Cinema suite of audio technologies, gamers can enjoy upgraded surround sound through their stereo headphones, enhanced gaming sound effects and Smart Volume control for long gaming sessions.
When using Sound Blaster Cinema, gamers will be able to hear their opponents more clearly and easily while enjoying the competitive advantage of accurate positional audio to reveal the precise location of their opponents.
Sound Blaster Cinema
Armed with the technology of the biggest name in PC gaming audio, gamers can leverage Sound Blaster Cinema to get the best sound enhancements for today's games powered by Sound Blaster SBX Pro Studio technology. Each of the five technologies of SBX Pro Studio is focused on delivering a more immersive gaming experience:
-SBX Bass - SBX Bass technology dramatically improves the sound experience by expanding the low frequency tones
-SBX Crystalizer - Ensures that every audio detail is heard by restoring the "highs" and "lows" that are compromised with audio compression
-SBX Dialog Plus - SBX Dialog Plus intelligently enhances voices in games and moves for dramatically clearer dialog
-SBX Surround - Goes beyond 7.1 surround sound creating unprecedented levels of audio realism including stunning surround effects that produce virtual speakers around, above and below you
-SBX Smart Volume - Address the problem of abrupt volume level changes in games by intelligently applying gain and attenuation to deliver consistent volume levels
Microsoft Windows 10 Professional 64Bit, Full Version!
Windows 10 is the Goldilocks version of Microsoft's venerable PC operating system -- a "just right" compromise between the familiar dependability of Windows 7, and the forward-looking touchscreen vision of Windows 8.
This new Windows, available as a free upgrade for existing Windows 7 and Windows 8 noncorporate users, is built from the ground up to pursue Microsoft's vision of a unified OS that spans all devices without alienating any one platform. It's an attempt to safeguard Microsoft's crumbling software hegemony, assailed on all sides by Google and Apple. And it's a vision of the future as Microsoft sees it, where a single user experience spans every piece of technology we touch. Welcome to Windows as a service.
Yes, this new OS is chock-full of fresh features. To name just a few: a lean, fast Internet Explorer replacement called Edge; Microsoft's Siri-like voice-controlled virtual assistant, Cortana; and the ability to stream real-time games to your desktop from an Xbox One in another room. (And in case you're wondering: there is no "Windows 9" -- Microsoft skipped it, going straight from 8 to 10.)
But Windows 10 is also the end of a long, awkward road that began with the release of Windows 8 in 2012, when Microsoft tried to convince a world of keyboard and mouse wielders that touchscreens were the way to go -- or else. Ironically, in 2015, the PC hardware for that touchscreen future is now here -- everything from 2-in-1s such as the Lenovo Yoga line to convertible tablets with detachable keyboards, like Microsoft's own Surface. And Windows 10 smoothly lets users transition from "tablet" to "PC" mode on such devices like never before.
For the rest of the PC universe -- including those who still prefer good old-fashioned keyboard and mouse navigation -- Windows 10 is a welcome return to form. The Start menu, inexplicably yanked from 8, is back and working the way you expect it to. Those live tiles from the Windows 8 home screen still exist, but they've been attached to the Start menu, where they make a lot more sense. And the fiendishly hidden Charms bar has been morphed into the more straightforward (and easier to find) Action Center.
As always, there are some quibbles and gripes with the end product, but all-in-all -- after living with Windows 10 for months -- I can say it's a winner. It's flexible, adaptable and customizable. And it's been battle-tested by an army of beta testers for the better part of a year, making it one of the most robust operating system rollouts in recent memory.
A fresh Start
The Start menu is back; it's almost funny how relieving that is. That humble Start button has been a fixture on the lower left corner of the Windows desktop since the halcyon days of Windows 95, offering speedy access to apps and settings. Press it on Windows 10, and you'll see the latest step in a long conversation about the state of the PC industry.
The past sits on the left: a neat column with shortcuts to your most used apps. Press the "All Apps" button and you'll get an alphabetical list of all of the apps installed on your PC. There are folders in there too -- press them, and extra options will fly out, just like they always have.
The future -- or at least, the future as Microsoft envisions it -- sits on the right side of the Start menu. These are the colorful, animated live tiles that debuted in Windows 8, pulling double duty as app shortcuts and informative widgets. You can resize these live tiles, drag them about to arrange them into groups and pin as many apps as you'd like -- the entire Start menu can be shrunk or expanded to suit your liking. It's essentially a miniaturized version of the fullscreen Start menu we saw in Windows 8. Hate live tiles? Then unpin them to excise them from your computer, leaving you with the narrow column of frequently used apps we've known for so long.
HI-TECH Anti-Cucumber Warranty (when you buy a HI-TECH PC and / or laptop already completely in the scope of services)
- Complete assembling the PC system or notebook computer with serial number management
- Optimization of the wiring between the individual components of PC in order to optimal air flow in the system
- Optimization and performance of different hardware components (graphics / CPU, etc.)
- install the latest BIOS update (motherboard, graphics)
- Complete configuration of BIOS settings to provide maximum performance and reliability of the system PC + save settings to load it in a later episode again (eg after changing bios battery)
- Free Hotline
- 24-hour endurance test for quality control of PC components at maximum load of processor, RAM, graphics card and mainboard test run (consisting of: 2 instances of Prime95 + Furmark + Intel Burn) including continuous observation of the temperature and volume development
- Connection and function control of all ports (USB / Audio Front / Rear audio / network / etc)
- partitioning the drive into 3 partitions (system 1x / 1x data / 1x Hi-Tech Drivers)
- Optical quality control by 2nd employee (wiring, damage to the housing, fully bundled accessories)
- depositing the latest device drivers for your PC on the 2nd Partition of the disk in order to start working with the new drivers can, for example, or for self-installation of the operating system
- For Shipping: fitting transportation safety, so that the PC or notebook reaches the customer without harm
- Additional monitoring by the 2nd employee of the measures transportation safety
- 24 months full warranty
Enjoy a Breathtaking Gaming Experience with the Systems of HI-TECH!
Our perfectly configured high performance systems offer you the power that you need to win against all your opponents. Real graphics and extreme performance lead you into new dimensions of gaming. Independent journalists attest: our PCs and notebooks are a "masterpiece" (Ingame.de) and the "antithesis of the iMac" (Profil.at)
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Brigitte S - 50871 writes about XTREME ZOCKER PC HELLSCREAM V12
Top Gerät wo Qualitativ hochwertige Produkte eingebaut sind. Was ich sehr toll finde ist das im Computer sehr viel Platz ist wo ich in Zukunft jederzeit Aufrüsten kann.
Macht einfach nur Spaß dieses Gerät, absolut sein Geld wert.
Markus M - 50950 writes about XTREME ZOCKER PC HELLSCREAM V12
Teuer aber gute Qualität!
kai S - 50236 writes about XTREME ZOCKER PC HELLSCREAM V12
Läuft ohne probleme
Alexander E - 49486 writes about XTREME ZOCKER PC HELLSCREAM V12
Der absolute Wahnsinn. Gigantisch das Teil. Leistung ohne Ende, tolle Optik und wirklich nur anstecken und los legen. Mega schnelle Lieferung. Bin echt begeistert. Könnte nicht besser sein.
Christa K - 48772 writes about XTREME ZOCKER PC HELLSCREAM V12
Schon beim Auspacken hat man gemerkt, dass dieser PC ein absoluten Biest ist. Das hat sich bereits beim ersten Hochfahren bestätigt. Er ist schnell, leise und für den Gamingbereich mehr als geeignet. Ich kann den Hellscream V10 nur empfehlen
Sonja F - 48832 writes about XTREME ZOCKER PC HELLSCREAM V12
Coole gaming Machines 😀
Lucian P - 47762 writes about XTREME ZOCKER PC HELLSCREAM V12
Definitv besser als mein alter PC. Bis jetzt keine Mängel aufzuweisen und schön leise, auch bei etwas mehr Arbeitsforderung. Man hat noch viel Platz im Gehäuse und könnte noch eine weitere Grafikkarte einbauen, falls nötig. Auch optisch schön anzusehen.
Jochen P - 46853 writes about XTREME ZOCKER PC HELLSCREAM V12
Der PC ist ein Super-Gerät.
Derzeit bin ich noch bei den Installationen. Ich kann schon jetzt sagen - sehr leise. Die Wasserkühlung macht ihr übriges - eine derartige Lüftung habe ich noch nicht erlebt - einfach super.
Nur: mit der Größe des Gehäuses und dem Gewicht muss man umgehen können. Jedoch alles nur eine Frage der Betrachtung und des Platzangebotes.
Florian R - 42876 writes about XTREME ZOCKER PC HELLSCREAM V11
Einfach nur super habe gleich nach Erhalt meine “alte GTX 1080“ mit eingebaut dazu noch die eine oder andere Festplatte was alles dank des schönen geräumigen Towers überhaupt kein Problem bereitet hat. Er läuft im normal Betrieb schön ruhig. Und bis her blieb er es auch. Auch Forza Motorsport 7 in 4K bei voller Grafik juckt ihm nicht mal.