Monday, November 12th 2012

CyberPowerPC Drops Intel Core i7-3970X Extreme Edition CPU into New Desktop Series

Armed and dangerous is the only way to describe the new series of desktop gaming systems from CyberPower Inc., which will feature Intel's latest Extreme Edition Core i7-3970X CPU. The Intel Core i7- 3970X Extreme Edition gets world's fastest bragging rights with its base clock speed of 3.5 GHz and a Turbo Boost 2.0 performance of 4.0 GHz. It will be the featured CPU in CyberPowerPC's top-of-the-line Fang III Black Mamba which is also equipped with a pair of the "world's fastest" single GPU GTX 680 graphics card in SLI mode.

The combination of the Intel X79 Express chipset with the unlocked Intel Core i7- 3970X Extreme Edition processor lets you customize the system by changing the processor core multipliers and DDR3 memory ratios to give extreme gamers and demanding enthusiasts the performance they seek. CyberPowerPC customers will be assured of blistering gaming performance and great versatility and speed in video transcoding for all the multi-threaded supported power-hungry applications.

To cool the new powerful 150-watt TDP chip, CyberPowerPC offers its CyberPowerPC Advanced Hydro Liquid Cooling Kit with a choice of 480mm, 360mm, or 240mm sized radiators for ultimate cooling performance.

All CyberPowerPC gaming systems powered by the latest Extreme Edition processor have a number of complementary components to enhance performance such as the new Cooler Master HAF XB enclosure, which provides superb cooling performance in a new compact form factor.

Base price of CyberPowerPC systems based on the Intel Core i7-3970X Extreme Edition CPU will be $1,749.

All CyberPowerPC gaming systems can be customized with a number of performance gaming hardware and components such as super fast Solid State Drives, Blu-ray drives, low-latency high capacity gaming memory modules from top tier brands, gaming peripherals, business and productivity software and more. CyberPowerPC loads every system with Microsoft's fluid Windows 8 Operating System for an enhanced gaming and multimedia experience. All CyberPowerPC desktop gaming systems include an industry-best-3-year limited warranty.
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27 Comments on CyberPowerPC Drops Intel Core i7-3970X Extreme Edition CPU into New Desktop Series

#1
MoonPig
That case, i want it.
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#2
LDNL
CyberPowerPC Drops Intel Core i7-3970X Extreme Edition CPU into a box

Title fixed. Most hidious case on the planet! Its just a box
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#3
pjladyfox
Anyone know which Cooler Master case that is? I looked over on their international site and could'nt find anything about it.
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#4
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: MoonPig
That case, i want it.
yeah, that thing is sweet! If only it could hold a 360 rad.
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#5
Castiel
Wow, thats a nice little case there. I'm needing something new for my Minecraft server...
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#6
nickbaldwin86
by: LDNL
CyberPowerPC Drops Intel Core i7-3970X Extreme Edition CPU into a box

Title fixed. Most hidious case on the planet! Its just a box
Agreed! I saw that and went...GROSS! oh look its a CM case... figures. I cant stand there junk. case material = 90% plastic/ 10% tin

I didn't even read the title... something about a overpriced CPU going into a gross case from a prebuilt company or something? :wtf:
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#8
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
funny that case is NDA until tomorrow!
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#9
Prima.Vera
What's wrong with the case?! Personally I find it original...
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#10
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
I seen it and I think its awesome, I just wish the reviews could go live so the ones saying its lame can see for themselves it isn't!
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#11
Prima.Vera
Question is how do you fit 2 extra loooooooooong dual GPU video cards on that box???
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#12
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
Very easily! The top section has plenty of room!
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#13
wrathchild_67
I can't find any pictures of the inside of the case anywhere. Searches for HAF XB and even the actual Cooler Master part name turn up nothing. Does anyone have a link to detailed pics of the case, inside and out?
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#14
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
please check post #9! Tomorrow you will be flooded with all of what you request!
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#15
NC37
Ma come quick, we gots ta ordur us a new heatur! It mus be gud caus it gluws red!! :D

First thing I thought when I saw that. Looks like a space heater. hahah
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#16
Chaitanya
That coolermaster case is the most exciting part of that PC. Cant wait for official announcement tomorrow. :respect:
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#17
naraku
Wow that case looks really good. I wonder if Cooler Master is going to release it to public.
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#19
drdeathx
by: cdawall
I do kind of like that case wonder how big of a rad I could stuff in the top.
If you look close, there is 2 x 120mm fans. LOL
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#20
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: drdeathx
If you look close, there is 2 x 120mm fans. LOL
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#21
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
top has room for a 200mm fan with the plastic inserts you are looking at.
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#22
cdawall
where the hell are my stars


Looks like plenty of room inside
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#24
t77snapshot
I like it! :D I don't believe this new HAF is intended for htpc's, its more if a gamming/ watercool build for those who do not want a full tower case, but with many featurs an enthusiast desires.


by: naraku
Cooler Master HAF XB Review - YouTube

First video i saw so far.
It costs $99, looks really good and +1 for the removable tray!
a 3DGAMEMAN joke! I loved it:roll:


by: LDNL
CyberPowerPC Drops Intel Core i7-3970X Extreme Edition CPU into a box

Title fixed. Most hidious case on the planet! Its just a box
Umm..:wtf: aren't ALL computer cases just boxes? not the most intelligent statement.:laugh:
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#25
nickbaldwin86
Gross... such a odd shape too I don't know where you would put it.

It is different... so different isn't always good.

Are those 80mm fan holes under the motherboard tray..... who uses 80s? anything less than 120 is loud and worthless.

just like on the 800D... hot swap...Complete waste of space

Cons:

- No easy way to accomodate non-optical drive devices in 5.25" bays
- Takes up a lot of room on your desk


those two points hit home

Like all other CM cases... lots of plastic... and tin
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