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CyberpowerPC Announces Third Generation 'Fang III' Desktop PC Series

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  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    CyberpowerPC is taking no prisoners to close out the year. The company today announced the third generation of its Fang desktop gaming PC series - a meaner, faster, bolder way to experience immersive high definition gaming.

    The Fang III series, which consists of the Rattler, Viper, Cobra, and top-of-the-line Black Mamba, have been re-armed with an arsenal of powerful new features to conquer all the latest games and give you the performance to dominate your opponents. Speed is the key and the Fang III have all been retooled with new 2nd Generation Intel Extreme Core I processors; the latest Intel Chipsets that support blazing fast dual channel and quad channel memory; PCIe 3.0 motherboard support; CyberpowerPC's Advanced hydro liquid cooling matched with feature-rich gaming cases, and an injection of Venom Boost overclocking.

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    CyberpowerPC's Fang III gaming PCs ranges from smart and efficient dual core CPUs to the massive hexa-core extreme edition to provide blistering performance and power. Users can enhance their Fang III systems with CyberpowerPC's Venom Boost technology which overclocks the processor up to an additional 30 percent to torch your opponents without frying your system. Venom Boost technology is a safe way to obtain maximum performance for gaming, multi-tasking and intense multimedia and business applications.

    CyberpowerPC pairs every Fang III gaming rig with the most current video cards from NVIDIA and AMD to deliver cinematic visuals on the latest games. Combined with the power of Multi-GPU technology, which includes NVIDIA's SLI and AMD's CrossFireX, gamers get all the graphics horsepower needed to drive multiple monitors. The Fang III series also lets you enter your game with NVIDIA's immersive 3D Vision technology. The Fang III series can also be configured with NVIDIA 3D Vision in surround mode, which streams graphics across three HD displays.

    Every Fang III features CyberpowerPC's Advance Hydro Liquid Cooling Kit to keep your Venom Boosted CPU and extreme gaming GPU cooled and running quiet. The Fang III introduces a new cooling option for the Black Mamba and Cobra gaming systems, a new 480 mm Advanced Hydro liquid cooling kit has been implemented for maximum heat dissipation.

    All Fang III systems are housed in a gaming chassis designed to be feature rich and provide "visual candy" from top-tier chassis manufacturers.

    The Black Mamba and the Cobra have been refitted with the new Azza Fusion 4000 gaming chassis, a revolutionary super tower with its ability to hold two systems in a single structure. CyberpowerPC's OC Media Server Station acts as that second independent system. It can be installed on top of the Black Mamba or Cobra gaming rigs. The OC Media Server Station can serve as a real time monitoring and tweaking machine in addition to a home server system dishing out and storing your digital media.

    Base features in the new CyberpowerPC Fang III series include:

    CyberpowerPC Fang III Black Mamba

    The Black Mamba is CyberpowerPC's top-of-the line gaming rig. Performance is maxed with its 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition processor that is overclocked an additional 30% with CyberpowerPC's Venom Boost technology and cooled by its Advanced Hydro Liquid Cooling Kit. A set of liquid cooled NVIDIA GTX 590 video cards in Quad-SLI mode provide a flawless and smooth gaming and multimedia experience. Other standard features include 16 GB DDR3 quad channel memory; 2 TB HDD; a pair of OCZ 120 GB SSD (solid state drives); HI-Def 7.1 audio; LG 12X Blu-Ray rewriter; and Razer Lycosa gaming keyboard and matching Razer Lachesis gaming mouse. Base price is $4,999.

    CyberpowerPC Fang III Cobra

    The CyberpowerPC FANG III Cobra, like all models in the series will leave your foes snake bit with its 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 processor that has been Venom Boosted 20%. The CPU is paired with a NVIDIA GTX 570 graphics card; 16 GB DDR3 quad channel memory; 1 TB HDD; Blu-Ray combo drive; liquid cooling; and AZZA Fusion 400 chassis. Base price starts under $1,999.

    CyberpowerPC Fang III Viper

    The Viper can beat any competitor's price-point without skimping on performance. It features a powerful 2nd Generation Core i7-2600K processor that has been overclocked 10%; DirectX 11-ready AMD ATI Radeon HD 6870 graphics for smooth Hi-Def gaming; 8 GB memory; 2 TB HDD; water cooling and Blu-Ray combo drive. Base price is $1,249.

    CyberpowerPC Fang III Rattler

    The newest member to the Fang Series has been completely retooled with a new Intel 2nd Generation Core i7 processor that get a 10% Venom Boost; DirectX 11-ready AMD ATI Radeon 6850 graphics for superb gaming and multimedia performance; 8 GB memory; 1 TB SATA II hard drive; 24X DVDRW and Asetek 240 mm water cooling. According to CyberpowerPC, the coolest feature may be the base price at under $999.

    All CyberpowerPC's Fang III gaming systems can be customized with a number of performance hardware and components such as Solid State Drives, Blu-Ray drives, gaming memory, gaming peripherals, business and productivity software, and more at the company website.

    The entire Fang III series is assembled in the US. Every system is meticulously built including precise cable routing to ensure optimal airflow and a clean aesthetic appearance. CyberpowerPC loads every system with Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Operating System for an enhanced gaming and multimedia experience. All CyberpowerPC Fang III gaming systems include a 3-year limited warranty and free lifetime phone support.
     
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    I still think the NOX blaze X2 isn't a wise choice for most of the consumers out there.
    The lower part is fine, for most people, but the top...they could have spent some more time thinking about it.
     
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    Wow, this PC looks absolutely badass.
     
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    I came for the pictures to see that badass case & rig ^_^
     
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    What's wrong with it?

    Looks fine to me.
     
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    Well, I think they designed it to be everything but a place for another computer. Well, at least a powerful one (It does have the accessories to stick other stuff in there, instead).
    I don't know, I kinda pictured it as a chassis for a second, smaller config, to take to LAN Parties, or just to share a tower between two computer users (to save on space). At least, that was the idea their brochure shoved into my head. The top part can house a ITX board, but only has one bracket for the expansion card and if it is a graphics card (which will be, most likely), it will become a hindrance. Unless you watercool it! But, where will you stuff the pump? Not to mention cable-management and the fact that it doesn't take ATX PSUs. See, that's where this case bothers me.
    Maybe I was just expecting too much from it. Maybe I got the wrong idea. And I also keep forgetting that street price for that chassis is 200€ here.

    As a whole, I think it ends up serving for single-purpose builds, where it has to match very specific characteristics to be effective.
     
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    This is probably one of the best WC build I ever see, and I have seen/build a lot in the last 6 years!
     
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    Ahh right I can see th ITX board now, under the smaller PSU.

    Can see why you said what you said now :laugh:

    I'd just dump all the WC bits in that be and be done with it.
     
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    Well it maybe really cool but it takes all the fun out when you buy pre built.
     
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    Fail

    If someone used the obsidian 800D with the raystorm Cpu Block a RX360 radiator
    a 240 DT radiator at the bottom and a 120DT at the back and used the Aerocool Shark Devil Red Edition LED Fan 120mm and a 1500W enermax Platinum Power Supply he would have the same performance with a better look! And this kind of a case needs a fan controller!
     
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    Very nifty design, I like it, a lot
     
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    Tt 1500W, just lovely....
    *facepalm*

    Real gamers build their own PCs with their bare hands! :D
     
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    The only real way to use that top compartment would be to fit both sides with mesh and put 2 rads up there...

    Kinda useless the way they use it!
     
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    Ye, but somethings are just born beautiful!
     
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    Really?

    I see better looking builds come by here on TPU everyday!
     

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