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CyberPower intros new LAN Party EVO mini gaming PCs

updated 02:00 pm EDT, Fri October 15, 2010

CyberPower LAN Party EVO PCs sport liquid cooling

Custom gaming PC builder CyberPower on Friday announced the release of small form factor desktop gaming systems. Collectively called LAN Party EVO, the series is made up of four systems. Each uses small form factor mITX and mATX mainboards that support modern AMD and Intel processors. The cases also have room for newer AMD and NVIDIA graphics along with liquid cooling.

The range starts with the $759 Ultra that packs a 3.2GHz AMD Phenom II X4 CPU as standard equipment, along with 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 1GB Radeon HD 5670 video card and a 1TB, 7,200RPM hard drive. All of this is housed in a In-Win Dragon Slayer case.

Next up is the $799 Xtreme, which trades the AMD chip for a 2.8GHz Intel Core i5. It shares the same main specs as the Ultra, including the case and hard drive. The Commander starts at $999 and bumps up the RAM to 6GB, while swapping out the CPU and video card for a 3.06GHz Core i7 and 1GB NVIDIA GTS 450, respectively. It retains same base hard drive and case as the Ultra.

Topping the range, the $1,079 Mini has a Silverstone SG-07B Mini-ITX case and is powered by a 2.93GHz Core i7 and a 1GB Radeon HD 5770 with a 5970 optional. It comes with 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a 1TB, 7,200RPM hard drive.

LAN Party EVO Ultra/Extreme/Commander





LAN Party EVO Mini






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