Visiting CyberPower at CES each year is always a treat as we get to see some really great gaming machines. This year CyberPower showed us their massive Black Mamba 3 gaming system, which not only is a powerhouse but has quite a lot of water-cooling. They were also showing an all-in-one solution which supports a full sized video card. We got a glimpse of the new Fang Book gaming laptop and the Zeus SFF gaming system.
CyberPower Inc. www.CyberPowerPC.com, a manufacturer of custom gaming machines, will unveil some PC gaming eye candy at the 2013 International CES when it debuts its new custom gaming notebook, the Fang Book; the console-like Zeus SFF gaming PC, and an all new liquid cooling system designed to take your multi-core gaming rig out of the red zone.
CyberPower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming computers, today announced its Zeus Touch desktop PC series. The Zeus Touch is an all-in-one desktop PC that combines a minimalist tablet-like design with the latest power-efficient performance processors from Intel users into a powerful space-saving system with full 10-finger capacitive touch support. Every system is pre-loaded with Microsoft’s “touch-friendly” Windows 8 operating system, which allows you to experience a more intuitive and fluid way to accomplish computing tasks.
CyberPower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming computers, today announced the Zeus Storm series – a powerful trio of desktop gaming computers equipped with cutting edge processors from Intel and AMD, godly NVIDIA and AMD graphics, and a host of performance peripherals that will prompt your opponents to batten down the hatches and take cover.
A “storm” is coming and CyberPowerPC does not want gamers to be left out in the cold. The Zeus Storm series includes three models that stand ready to battle. Customers can select from the Zeus Storm 1000 with 8-Core AMD Zambezi processors, which allow you to immerse yourself in the most advanced 3D games and achieve extreme mega-tasking.
Cyberpower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming computers, today announced its Fang Taipan, the most customizable gaming laptop with twin NVIDIA GPUS, 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors and enough memory and add-ons to make the most demanding games and applications sizzle.
The CyberpowerPC Fang Taipan is a laptop beast that wields a lethal dose of power. It can accommodate two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680Ms in SLI model; a full range of Intel Core i7 CPUs including the fastest i7-3940XM (3.0GHz) Extreme Edition Ivy Bridge Mobile Processor; and features up to 32 GBs of dual-channel DDR3 memory for gaming at unparalleled speeds. According to CyberpowerPC, this triple-threat marks the absolute pinnacle of mobile computing power.
CyberPower Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com, a global manufacturer of custom gaming machines, today announced the Cyberpower ZEUS-M – a 14.1-inch screen ultra-responsive and ultra-sleek Ultrabook, inspired by Intel.
The CyberpowerPC Zeus-M has the ideal blend of performance, portability and smart capabilities to get any user through the day. The Zeus-M is powered by a visibly smart Intel Core i5-3317U Ivy Bridge Dual Core Processor; energy-efficient HM77 chipset; 60GB SSD; and includes 8GB of system memory for ultra-fast response.
CyberPower Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com, a global manufacturer of custom gaming machines, today announced the Gamer Pro FTW — a new series of desktop gaming systems tailored for the seamless integration of gaming and live HD broadcasting.
The Pro Gamer FTW PCs are ready for awesome performance and high-def video recording right out of the box. They are powered by a choice of Intel’s X79 Sandy Bridge-E platform, Z77 Ivy Bridge or AMD’s FX Bulldozer processors; equipped with NVIDIA’s overwhelming Kepler-powered GTX or AMD’s astounding Tahiti series, and feature AVerMedia’s innovative Live Gamer HD.
CyberpowerPC’s Pro Gamer FTW series (available in six base models starting at $1085) are custom-built systems designed for the gaming enthusiasts who live for the excitement of sharing knowledge and showcasing their skills to an online audience. The Pro Gamer FTW eliminates the need for additional streaming software, and is already configured for live broadcast. Users can jump right into playing, streaming, and recording in full HD.
BALDWIN PARK, CA (August 16, 2012) – CyberPower Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com, a global manufacturer of custom gaming machines, today announced it will integrate NVIDIA’s powerful next generation Kepler-powered GeForce GTX 660 Ti graphics card into its line of midrange to high-end desktop gaming PCs.
The GeForce GTX 660 Ti adds a new dimension to the GeForce Kepler architecture by delivering the ideal fusion of power, performance and affordability.
CyberpowerPC customers can expect up to six times the performance over older systems based on DirectX 10 cards and experience richer environments brought to life by the latest NVIDIA enhancements like the new temporal antialiasing (TXAA) technique, which minimizes jaggies for exceptional image quality and performance in today’s demanding games.
When it comes to custom system builders one of the biggest names in the business is CyberPower PC. They have systems specifically made for gaming, business, video editing and even students. Today we are checking out one of their latest gaming systems the Zeus Thunder 2500 SE. This system is based off Intel’s latest Ivy Bridge Z77 platform and features an Intel Core i7-3770K processor, GeForce GTX 680 graphics card, 16GB of memory and much more! Did I mention they put all of this hardware in my favorite case so far this year, the NZXT Switch 810? Read on as we take this gaming system for a ride!
We have another custom gaming system in to review! Before we actually get to the review (which you should see in about a week or so) we wanted to give you a complete unboxing and overview of the system. This system is from CyberPower and is their Zeus Thunder 2500 SE Gaming System. This system features a brand new Intel Core i7-3770K Ivy Bridge processor, EVGA GTX 680 graphics card, 16GB of DDR3 and more! Did I mention all of this is inside of the NZXT Switch 810 Case? Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!