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CyberpowerPC Delivers Ivy Bridge Desktop Gaming Systems

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    Cyberpower Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com, a global leader in custom gaming PCs, today unleashed new desktop gaming systems based on 3rd Generation Intel Core processors technology highlighted by the Core i7-3770K and Core i5-3570K CPUs featuring unlocked multipliers for maximum overclocking performance.

    CyberpowerPC customers can begin customizing and configuring the ultimate platform today based on Intel's new Ivy Bridge CPUs combined with its new Z77 Express chipset motherboards. This awesome combo provides up to a 15% performance increase over previous 2nd Generation Intel Sandy Bridge processors. CyberpowerPC desktop gaming systems powered by Intel's Ivy Bridge CPUs start at $749.

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    3rd Generation Intel Ivy Bridge i7-3770K and i5-3570K processors have been integrated into CyberpowerPC's enthusiast Fang III Viper and Rattler models as well as the award winning Zeus Thunder and Gamer Xtreme Series of custom gaming systems. CyberpowerPC's Advanced Hydro liquid cooling system is optimized for the new platform and provides maximum heat dissipation for users looking to push the advanced overclocking features of the new Ivy Bridge CPUs.

    In addition to maximum cooling options, CyberpowerPC teamed up with Intel to offer a Performance Tuning Protection Plan that will protect your new Ivy Bridge CPU for three years. Ivy Bridge i7-3770K and i7-3570K CPUs can be optioned up with the plan for users who want ultimate peace of mind as they can push their new processors to its limits.

    CyberpowerPC gaming systems featuring the 3rd Generation Intel Ivy Bridge CPU and Intel Z77 chipsets are available at the company website for order as well as online retailers: Amazon, Buy.com, Newegg, and Tigerdirect. Fry's retail outlet stores will also carry new CyberpowerPC gaming rigs powered by the new platform. Canadian gamers can order a CyberpowerPC gaming system with Ivy Bridge CPU and Z77 express chipset from Future Shop or Best Buy.

    All CyberpowerPC gaming systems can be customized with a number of performance enhancing hardware and component options such as the Advanced Hydro Liquid Cooling kit, blazing fast solid state drives, blu-ray drives, performance gaming memory, gaming peripherals, business and productivity software, and more.

    Customers can also select from a wide selection of feature-rich chassis that offer unique styling and extreme airflow. CyberpowerPC gaming systems are preloaded with Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium with SP1 for enhanced gaming and multimedia experience.
     
  2. Yordle New Member

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    Do not buy from cyberpower

    Cyberpower is the worst company ever. They took forever to put together the PC, over a month. Then when I finally got it, it had the wrong video card. The sales people had me so angry I had to use nitro spray to stop chest pain. After finally talking to Tech Support I found out that somewhere in the fine print there is a statement that they can make substitutions of components. That is really dumb when it comes to PCs. I have to buy the correct video card myself at an additional $140. I wish I read reviews about this company before I purchased. Almost everyone seems to have problems with them. Missing, incorrect, or broken parts, scratches, or computers that just don't work at all and the customer is blamed for it. Just do not ever buy from this company. From reading the reviews posted about Cyberpower, a lot of them recommended Ironside Computers as a good company. Gave them a try when my son bugged me about getting his own gaming computer. Have to say I'm very happy with the end result. The computer runs great, and comparing my computer to my son's you can tell Ironside put a lot of care into their computer. The only negative thing I could say was that I ordered rush shipping with the computer from Ironside, and they shipped it a day late, but they did give me a call before to let me know it was going to be late and why and they refunded me for the rush service. Considering I ordered a few weeks before Christmas, I wasn't too suprised it was a little late (never order computers as Christmas gifts at the last minute). The computer was shipped out the next day, and still arrived in time for Christmas. Everything came as expected, (Correct video card), and it arrived working great. If Ironside keeps it up they will continue to have my business.
     
  3. remixedcat

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    Do you have any connection with Ironside? Please explain... Your post seems a bit wonky... and as your first post it seems you registered to just say this... none the less... welcome to the site. ;-)

    I have 2 CyberpowerPCs and they've lasted 3 going on 4 years.

    I would buy another if I don't build my own for my next one...
     

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