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CyberPower Gamer Master Ultra

Left Panel

The tinted tempered glass gives you an excellent view of the components inside the CyberPower Gamer Master Ultra.

Right Panel

The right panel is covered by a glass panel, too, in case you want to see the nicely organized cables and wires inside.

Interior

The inside of the Gamer Master Ultra is nicely organized and, for the most part, color coordinated.

Front Panel

The front panel design is minimalistic, but it’s attractive, and buoyed by the light-blue activity light at the bottom.

Front-Panel Ports

Basic easy-access ports (two USB 3.0, headphone, and microphone), along with the Reset button, are found under a pop-up door on the front panel.

Rear Panel

On the rear panel you’ll find six USB 3.0 ports, three USB 3.1 Type-A ports, one USB-C port, two Ethernet jacks, six audio ports (including S/PDIF), and a PS/2 port (for connecting an old-school keyboard or mouse). Three additional DisplayPort connectors, one HDMI port, and one DVI port are on the graphics card.
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Processor Name - 80%
Processor Speed - 30%
RAM - 60%
Storage Capacity (as Tested) - 70%
Graphics Card - 80%

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