Choice of Intel, AMD CPU, GPU
Boutique gaming PC manufacturer CyberPower Inc today revealed the Zeus Storm series -- a trio of desktop computers equipped with the newest Intel and AMD processors and high-powered discrete video cards. Customers can select from the Zeus Storm 1000 with 8-Core AMD Zambezi processors, the Zeus Storm 2000 featuring Intel's Ivy Bridge CPU, or the Storm 3000 model based on Intel's X79 platform including the latest second generation Sandy Bridge-E CPUs.
Highly-configurable laptop tailored for gaming on-the-go
Custom gaming computer manufacturer CyberPower PC has debuted the Fang Taipan -- a laptop that the company calls the "most powerful customizable dual Nvidia GPU gaming laptop." Highlights of the new model include twin SLI GPUs, Ivy Bridge Intel processors, and a 17.3-inch screen.
AMD Bulldozer CPUs now in Gamer Scorpius PCs
Custom gaming PC maker CyberpowerPC has introduced its new Gamer Scorpius line on Wednesday. All are based on AMD's FX-series Bulldozer CPUs and include the Gamer Scorpius 7500, Gamer Scorpius 8000, Gamer Scorpius 9000 and Gamer Scorpius 9500. AMD Radeon HD 6000 graphics are used inside the systems.
Cyberpower intros gaming, workstation Z68 PCs
Custom gaming PC maker CyberPower is now letting customers Intel's build products powered by Intel's newly announced Z68 chipset. The chipset supports Intel's second-generation Core (Sandy Bridge) chips and uses new GPU virtualization technology. It also allows for SSD caching to speed up access to files on the hard drive.
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.
CyberPower outs Fang EVO series gaming PCs
CyberPower on Monday introduced new Fang Series Evo enhancements for its gaming PCs aimed at hardcore gamers. This includes a custom hydro liquid cooling kit on each PC, including the Black Mamba, Cobra, Viper and Rattler. The kit is made up of a XSPC Rasa Acetal CPU Block, a 750lph low-noise pump and either 240mm or 360mm radiators; the combo cools the CPU, graphic cards and chipset even at higher than stock speeds.
CyberPower outs six 3D-ready NVIDIA gaming PCs
Custom PC maker CyberPower on Friday announced the release six gaming desktop PCs that have
NVIDIA's 3D Vision graphics technology. There are four systems from the Gamer Xtreme series and two in the Gamer Ultra series. All ship with a 22-inch Samsung 3D LCD and 3D Vision stereoscopic glasses. The systems are powered by AMD's Phenom II or else Intel's Core i5 or Core i7 processors.
Phenom II X6 shows up in CyberPower, Maingear PCs
Gaming PC makers CyberPower and Maingear have released new systems that feature AMD's new six-core Phenom II X6 CPU at their hearts. CyberPower's entries are the Gamer Dragon CrossFire Ultimate and Gamer Ultra CrossFireX Pro desktops, with the former shipping with the faster 3.2GHz Phenom II X6, while the latter gets the 2.8GHz version. Each can be had with the other chip, however. The systems are otherwise largely configurable, including a choice of mainboards, graphics cards (up to three Radeon HD 5870s) and drives (up to 2TB each).
GeForce GTX 480 and 470 finally official
NVIDIA at PAX East tonight finally released the first video chipsets based on its Fermi architecture. The top-end GeForce GTX 480 leads the group and is billed as the "fastest GPU in the world:" it has 480 visual processing cores, 16 geometry units and four raster units that combined should beat the ATI Radeon HD 5800 series in real-world tests. It also has major optimizations to multi-card SLI that produce a 90 percent speed boost with a second card, making the case for multiple GeForce 400 series cards in high-end systems.
Radeon HD 5800 reaches three PC builders
Three custom-order PC builders today became some of the earliest to pick up AMD's ATI Radeon HD 5800 series as a video option. CyberPower has added the option to three of its systems and will see the Core i5-based Xtreme 4200 and Phenom II-based Gamer Dragon 9500 come with a Radeon HD 5850 as standard while the Core i7-founded will ship with a Radeon HD 5870. Prices start from $927 for the Gamer Dagon and mode up to $999 and $1,393 for the Xtreme 4200 and 5200 respectively.
CyberPower graphics PC
CyberPower on Wednesday released its high-spec graphics processing workstation, the Power Mega 1000. The headline specs of the PC include Intel's new 2.66GHz Core i7 processor set on an X58 Chipset SLI/CrossFireX-capable mainboard and NVIDIA's Quadro NVS 420 x16 PCIe graphics card, which is capable of driving up to four 30-inch displays. This can be achieved by connections on the card that are comprised of a dual DisplayPort/dual-link DVI port.
CyberPower Xtreme 3D PCs
CyberPower on Friday launched a duo of game PCs that all center on bundled GeForce 3D Vision glasses and Samsung's 120Hz, 22-inch 2233RZ LCD display needed to see the extra visual depth. They also both come with a GeForce GTS 250 video card that produces mid-range 3D capable of driving a stereoscopic 3D image.
CyberPower Power Video PCs
CyberPower announced on Friday it is launching a new Power Video series of PCs that includes the XE, XT and XI models. Meant to appeal to students, editors and professionals who work with HD video, the PCs offer NVIDIA or AMD graphics cards and onboard RAM capacities of 4GB, 8GB or 16GB. Each PC in the series can then be further customized with a range of SATA II hard drives or hard drive arrays as well as Blu-ray disc burners. All include a FireWire port, USB ports, a multi-card reader and dual-layer DVD burners in order to read or distribute media files. CyberPower saw it fit to equip each workstation with a liquid CPU cooling system from Asetek as well.
CyberPower Core i7 PC
Custom PC and notebook system maker CyberPower on Monday unveiled its newest and fastest gaming PC, the Black Pearl, which sports Intel's new Core i7 processor, the 3.2GHz 965 Extreme Edition CPU, along with 12GB of RAM. For video processing, there is a pair of ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 PCI-Express cards, each with 2GB of dedicated video memory and two graphics chips.