Monday, November 14th 2011

CyberpowerPC Unveils Gamer Xtreme PCs Powered by Intel Core i7-3000 Series CPUs

CyberpowerPC, a leading manufacturer of custom gaming desktop PCs, gaming notebooks, and performance workstations, today announced a new series of enthusiast gaming PCs based on Intel's 2nd Generation Core i7-3000 Series CPUs (code named Sandy Bridge-E) and X79 chipset motherboards.

CyberpowerPC gaming systems receiving the new CPU makeover includes the Gamer Xtreme 3D series, the FANG EVO Black Mamba and Cobra as well as its award winning Gamer Xtreme XE and XI systems. The series will include the flagship Intel Core i7 3960X (3.33Ghz and Turbo Boost up to 3.9Ghz), and the Core i7 3930K CPU (3.2Ghz and Turbo Boost to 3.8Ghz) to deliver unmatched performance, the ability to customize your rig, and features that put you in control of the action.

CyberpowerPC's new Core i7-3000 series gaming PCs are geared to gamers, PC enthusiasts, and content creators who live to push their systems beyond the limit with extreme gaming capability, amazing multimedia, easy overclocking, and the ultimate in flexibility. Intel assures users an enhanced experience with the new power packed CPUs that deliver maximum speed for multi-display gaming, mega-tasking and high-def content creation.

With a killer combination of features that includes Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, integrated PCI-Express I/O to support discrete graphics, and superior overclocking capability, the ultra-threaded 2nd generation Intel Core i7 processor Extreme Edition is flexible and powerful. It's the ultimate weapon for gamers who demand unmatched PC performance.

CyberpowerPC's Gamer Xtreme PCs can be customized with a number of cooling options including CyberpowerPC's Advance Hydro Liquid Cooling kit featuring 240MM or 360MM radiator solutions, CoolIT ECO-II liquid cooling, and Asetek 500 series liquid coolers. Users will also be able to overclock their already blazing Sandy Bridge-E gaming PCs with CyberpowerPC's Venom Boost service that will crank the CPU up to an additional 30%. Additionally, users may configure the Gamer Xtreme with other extreme performance hardware and components such as Solid State Drives, Blu-Ray drives, gaming memory, and more at the company website, www.cyberpowerpc.com.

Prices for CyberpowerPC gaming systems powered by Intel's 2nd Generation Core i7-3000 Series CPUs start at under $1200.

Additionally, CyberpowerPC loads every system with Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit Operating System with Service Pack 1 to enhance your gaming and multimedia experience and includes an industry-best-3 year limited warranty and free lifetime phone support.
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9 Comments on CyberpowerPC Unveils Gamer Xtreme PCs Powered by Intel Core i7-3000 Series CPUs

#1
n-ster
1200 $ is an impressive price if it is the i7 3930k! nvm the 1200$ if for i7 2000 series :/ The i7 3930K one is over 2000$
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N-Gen
by: n-ster
1200 $ is an impressive price if it is the i7 3930k! nvm the 1200$ if for i7 2000 series :/ The i7 3930K one is over 2000$
I checked it and yes it is the 3930K, but the rest of the config is cheap components, so you'll need to dish out more cash for the GPU and so on. (I might be wrong, only gave it a quick look...curiosity).
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#3
n-ster


I tried shaving off on the Cobra and it came down to 1457$ (only a 32GB SSD and cheap case and HD 5450 2x4GB of RAM etc)

Sadly Windows 7 couldn't be taken off, else it might of taken an extra 80$ off.
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#4
Mindweaver
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by: N-Gen
I checked it and yes it is the 3930K, but the rest of the config is cheap components, so you'll need to dish out more cash for the GPU and so on. (I might be wrong, only gave it a quick look...curiosity).
Did anybody notice they are using a Thermaltake Level 10 which is $850 on Newegg?... :roll: :roll:
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#7
Ixtli
Do people actually buy this?

I mean come on, a 500$ CPU with a 340$ GPU? (Cobra config).
That's not what I would call a "power gaming" pc :D

2500k + GTX580 would trump that AND cost less.
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n-ster
by: Ixtli
Do people actually buy this?

I mean come on, a 500$ CPU with a 340$ GPU? (Cobra config).
That's not what I would call a "power gaming" pc :D

2500k + GTX580 would trump that AND cost less.
This isn't for people who want to assemble their own computer.. FYI, uf you want 2500K + GTX 580, you can easily get that on their site
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#9
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
by: Ixtli
Do people actually buy this?
If everyone could build their own PC. companies like DELL, CompaQ & HP (etc etc etc) wouldnt exist in the commercial market selling pre-builts.

Secondly, If everyone could build their own PC - it would put me out of business. Not that i rely heavily on PC building and repairs as a secure form of income.

Some days you get lucky and a previous client you did a little work for leaves your details with a friend or family member whose having problems. Then theres a small snowball effect and suddenly almost all his friends and family have my details and are calling me up and asking for all sorts of work to be done as none of them are too PC savvy.

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People with no hardware savvy with more money then sense will often pay stupid prices just for bragging rights if the PC does look really good.

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Im not a case modder, but i have given most of the people i did custom builds for the option of having some designs laser cut into a side panel which I then mod up with the case to make it look flashy. unfortunately since im not an established business and i have no partnerships or trade links with other businesses, I have to pay the full amount for all the laser cutting which can send the cost spiraling.
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