The Fusion Triton ships with a checklist of killer components which all go towards forming a serious gaming rig. The double-fan-cooled CPU is overclocked by 1.4GHz, over 40% faster than the stock speed. To keep that hungry CPU fed there’s a huge 16GB of RAM and an SSD drive too, for fast booting and snappy access to games. The Chillblast’s unusual chassis mounts the motherboard on its side, which means that all of the ports for power, the screen, sound and so on are on the case top – great for compulsive tweakers.
Chillblast Fusion Triton: fast and quiet
The Triton isn’t quite the fastest PC around, but its hefty dual-GPU GeForce GTX 590 has more than enough power to display demanding games across three surround monitors - and in stereoscopic 3D as well, which is surely the perfect gaming set up. The most astounding thing? Despite its high-performance internals, the Chillblast Fusion Triton is one of the quietest rigs we’ve ever tested.
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Chillblast Fusion Triton
As fast and powerful as it is big and heavy, the Triton is a gaming monster