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CyberPowerPC Debuts New Gaming Notebook, SFF Gaming Rig, and Liquid Cooling System

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    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.

    Fang Book: No Ordinary Notebook
    CyberPowerPC has taken custom gaming notebooks to the extreme with its Fang Book. The Fang Book is a uniquely styled notebook with all the performance and eye-candy mobile gamers crave. The Fang Book features the latest Intel 3rd Generation i7 Quad Core Mobile CPU paired with NVIDIA's GTX 675M or GTX 680M Mobile GPUs to deliver uncompromising performance and power-efficient computing. A red back-lit gaming-grade keyboard and sturdy track pad gives you full control of the Fang Book.

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    The Fang Book will feature a 17-inch 1920 x 1080 LED display; Intel i7-3630QM CPU; NVIDIA GTX 675M 4 GB GPU; 8 GB of system memory; 750 GB 7200 RPM HDD; USB 3.0, Built-in card reader, Optical drive, and HDMI/VGA outputs. MSRP is $1299.

    Zeus SFF – Form Meets Function in a Console-Sized Gaming PC
    CyberPowerPC's all new Zeus SFF (Small Form Factor) gaming system stuffs everything PC gamers want into a console-sized small form factor. Complimenting previous models in the Zeus gaming lines that promote minimalistic elegance, the Zeus SFF is perfect for building a compact yet powerful system.

    The Zeus SFF is packed with the extreme performance of Intel's Z77 Express Chipset combined with its 3rd Generation Core processors. This duo provides the perfect blend of computing performance, excellent multitasking efficiency, and minimal power consumption. Customers can custom build their Zeus SFF with Intel dual-core i3 processors all the way up to quad-core i7 processors with Hyper Threading Technology.

    CyberPowerPC carefully selected the perfect chassis for the Zeus SFF. The system is based on the Streacom F7C EVO brushed aluminum enclosure, which features clean, simple lines. It does not skimp on performance with the ability to support Mini ITX motherboards and larger components such as 3.5" hard drives and low profile expansion cards. The enclosure also provides enhanced thermal dissipation for its internal parts. An 80 mm low dBA fan with a nearby side vent keeps ambient system temperatures cool even under maximum system operations.

    The Zeus SFF offers full-tower features in a compact 9.5 (W) x 9.84 (D) x 3.9-inch (H) enclosure with two USB 3.0 front ports; 300 Mbps IEEE 802.11n wireless card; AMD Radeon 7750 GPU, up to 16 GB of system memory, and 2 TB HDD.

    When you're done working or gaming, the Zeus SFF can become your media center device with its IR sensors that allow you to connect a MCE remote to enjoy TV and various media content straight from your system.

    The Zeus SFF's base configuration includes: Intel i5-3570K unlocked CPU with an Z77 Express Chipset Mini-ITX mainboard; 16 GB 1600 MHz system memory; AMD Radeon 7750 Graphics; 2 TB 7200 RPM HDD; slot loading DVD/rw. Base price of the Zeus SFF is $799.

    CyberPowerPC Xtreme Hydro II Liquid Cooling Kit
    When it's time to cool your jets, CyberPowerPC updated its component-saving Xtreme Hydro II liquid Cooling Kit. The XSPC RayStorm Chrome CPU Block is designed specifically for multi-core CPUs. The all-new Xtreme Hydro II kit also includes a reservoir equipped with dual D5 pumps, ready to cool down even the hottest components in your tower as well as a new AX240 or AX360 Radiator that has more surface area for better cooling.

    The kit will be available as an option across CyberPowerPC's Gamer Xtreme, Zeus Thunder and Storm, and Fang III series. The Xtreme Hydro II 240MM kit costs $210 and the 360MM kit $343 as an upgrade option over the standard Intel retail-boxed fan.

    All CyberPowerPC 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, www.CyberPowerPC.com.

    All CyberPowerPC systems are assembled in the USA. 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 8 for an enhanced gaming and multimedia experience.

    The new 2013 gaming products can be previewed January 8-11, 2013 during CES at the CyberPowerPC suite in the Palazzo Las Vegas.
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    The price isn't actually half bad for a performance pre-built, but the video card is a bit lacking.
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    Notebook reminds me of MSI and Asus gaming laptops, lots of plastic, bulky wedge shaped beasts. Wonder who is behind that
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    that is a decent watercooling kit
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    If the Zeus had a 7870/660(ti) or better, that would be one hell of a SFF gaming pc. It also looks sexy as hell :D

    It has a great price for the config, especially for a pre-built as someone else said.

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