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CyberPower Debuts Gaming PC Series Powered by AMD A-Series Desktop Platform

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  1. btarunr

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    CyberPower Inc., a leading manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, today announced a series of desktop gaming PCs based on AMD’s new A-series desktop platform featuring all new APUs (Accelerated Processing Units), which integrates the CPU along with the fastest onboard GPU and memory controller into one die to offer low power consumption and high performance at a low cost.

    The new A-series APU boasts twice the cache of previous AMD hardware in its class and features integrated the Radeon 6000 series graphics, for a powerful processing unit on a single die. The Radeon HD graphics found on the new APUs are also the first to incorporate Microsoft’s DirectX 11 technology for an ultra-realistic gaming experience. Other performance features on the new APUs include the AMD Turbo Core and VISION Engine graphics technology to help digital content like videos, games, and photos look their best, as well as offer native multi-monitor support.

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    CyberPower will debut this new architecture in its award-winning lineup of gaming PCs, including its Gamer Ultra series. When combined with the new features of the A-series platform and the latest GPU technology from AMD or NVIDIA, the Gamer Ultra gaming PC series has all the horsepower and features to tackle anything.

    Customers will be able to configure their Gamer Ultra systems with an AMD Socket FM1 A-series chipset motherboard from the world-leading manufacturers, such as Asus, Gigabyte, or MSI, and a choice of the A6, or A8 APU. The new A-series chipsets feature the latest technology, including SATA 6.0 Gb/s and USB 3.0. Starting prices for CyberPower gaming systems powered by the new AMD A-series platform start at $600 with an AMD A6-3650 and FM1 A75 chipset motherboard.

    All CyberPower gaming PCs based on the AMD’s new A-series platform can be easily customized with a number of hard drive and/or SSD, optical drive, memory, CyberPower Advanced Hydro Liquid Cooling, and other peripheral or component options at the company website. All systems will be able to drive the industry’s largest and highest resolution flat-panel displays.

    Additionally, CyberPower 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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    I find it silly that all of these "gaming PC" companies like CyberPower, SysteMAX and stuff sell gaming PCs with GeForce 520s and HD 5450s. No better than buying your average HP or Dell and throwing a beefy card in. :shadedshu
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    LOL seriously, those cards are garbage except for HTPC or HL1 based games.
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    Which is why Cyberpower is so smart, they've taken Dell's/HP's/etc. concept of making a full built PC and taken it to the next level, to DUMB GAMERS WHO DON'T KNOW SHIT ABOUT COMPUTERS. That is where they make they're money and they do it with style.
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    I find it funny that they brag about Llano's IGP and never mention a discrete card.
    I know it's comparable to a HD 6570, thereabouts, but still...good luck gaming with that chip @ 1920x1080.
    AMD hasn't even got HCFX working right with Lhano yet.
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    "Gamer" and "Ultra" should NEVER be associated with an AMD APU.

    FAIL.
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    they did put a discrete graphic card (HD 6450), but if you look closely or search for it. there are three things that someone will probably missed..

    1. this package is not included with monitor (eventhough you can see samsung, probably 18,5" lcd)
    2. there are two evergreen card on crossfire setup. when on reality they only put a *tiny* HD6450 which is the slowest card from northen's island family..
    3. no external flash media reader / writer

    its good if we understand, and maybe its good things too if we warned or give some advices to someone who planned to buy a custom pc's from this-kind manufactures..

    here's the full specs for Gamer Ultra 7000 Elite :
    - CoolerMaster Elite 430
    - AMD A6-3650 2.60 GHz
    - Asetek 510LC single 120mm fan
    - MSI A75MA-G55
    - Radeon HD 6450 1GB DDR3
    - Corsair 4GB (2GBx2) DDR3
    - 450 Watts - Standard Case PSU
    - 1TB SATA-III 6.0Gb
    - DVD-RW 24x
    - 600Watts PMPO Subwoofer Stereo Speakers
    - Xtreme Gear (Black Color) Multimedia/Internet USB Keyboard
    - Xtreme Gear Optical 3 USB Gaming Mouse
    - Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
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    I reckon I could do better. Maybe not for less cash, but not for much more too. And it would be better balanced.

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