Xynos G3 System X
Xynos G3 System X

System X

With System X we wanted to to give you an idea of how a high performance system would look and run in a Xynos G3 Computer Case once assembled.

Now you don’t have to be a fancy modder to have a great case.

System X Configuration (Build date Jan 2014)

  • Kingston HyperX Predator Series KHX24C11T2K2/8X 8GB Desktop Memory, 2400Mhz, 2X4GB
  • 2 pcs - EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti 03G-P4-2883-KR
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64bit
  • 2pcs - Corsair CSSD-F240GBGT-BK Force Series GT Solid State Drive 240GB
  • Intel LGA1150 4770-K processer with factory fan cooler.
  • ASUS Maximus VI GENE LGA1150 socket Motherboard.
  • WD 4TB WD Black 4TB 3.5" SATA 7200RPM 64MB Hard Drives(WD4003FZEX)
  • Corsair Professional Series Modular HX1050 80PLUS Gold Certified 1050W PSU (CP-9020033-US)
Xynos Computer Case System

System X Running Specs

With this system configuration and no over clocking, the system score on the window scale ranged from 1.0 to 7.9. It scored 7.9 on everything except the processer which scored 7.8.

As for in game numbers, I am not as good at tweaking these as most of the other gamers out there. And I did not want to post something inaccurate and mislead anyone, so I will leave the in game specs to someone else.

Although to give you an idea of how a graphically demanding game runs on this system we played Crysis 3 at 1920x1080, DX11 with all setting cranked to the moon (to make the game look as real as possible), including FAA 8x. The game ran smooth without any problems.

System X Running Temperature Test Results

After testing the sample system X in SLI configuration (no over clocking), I can tell you the case seems to run very cool. Below are the tests results running the Crysis 3 Game. Also I did insert a small ¼ inch tall wedge in-between the 2 cards to get a little more air flow to the top card. The wedge was the black plastic DVI-I cover that came on the video card. Room temperature was 23C (74F).

Test 1

With the game on highest settings, V-Sync on, MSAA 8X with both cards running fully loaded for over 4 hours. The heat on the top card averaged 76C, heat on the lower card was 74C. The maximum temperature difference between the 2 cards was 3C and the average was 2C.

Also the system seemed to run pretty square. For example, the fan speed on the video cards were at 77%, GPU power draw was around 78%.

Test 2

With the game on highest settings, V-Sync off, MSAA 8X the heat on the top card was 82C, heat on bottom card was 80C. Graphic cards fan speed was at 85% and GPU power draw was around 90%.

I thought the max difference between the 2 graphics cards of 2C-3C was amazing given how close both cards are in proximity.