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CYBERPOWERPC Offering Radeon R9 290X-Infused PCs Bundled with Battlefield 4

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CyberPower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, gaming laptops, and performance workstations, today announced the gaming bundle of the year, which features the next generation GPU from AMD and the highly anticipated Battlefield 4 first person shooter.

CYBERPOWERPC is taking pre-orders for the Radeon R9 290X next gen graphics card. This gaming bundle includes the blazing fast R9 290X video card paired with AMD's 8-core FX-8350, 9370, or 9590 CPUs. This powerful combination nets you a high-performance gaming PC ready for the next generation of games including Battlefield 4 from Electronic Arts; which you get as part of this spectacular bundle.





Customers can visit CYBERPOWERPC's Battlefield 4 bundle page and start configuring their own gaming computer based on the AMD CPU/GPU pairing to receive their copy of Battlefield 4. Starting price of the bundle is $2169.

With AMD Radeon R9 infused gaming systems, CYBERPOWERPC has laid the foundation for the next generation of gaming. The R9 series features advanced new technologies from AMD such as Graphics Core Next, Mantle, and TrueAudio; all designed to enhance your gaming experience. Project Mantle, the new application programming interface (API) delivers significantly higher gaming performance at all platforms while TrueAudio is the new programmable pipeline that enables advance audio effects without utilizing the PC's processor.

New CYBERPOWERPC systems based on the new R series are also engineered for Ultra Resolution Gaming at 4K resolutions and beyond. UltraHD/4K gaming has arrived and requires 4X the processing power of 1080p gaming. Loaded with up to 4GB memory, the AMD Radeon R9 Series GPUs are the graphics cards of choice for this new era in gaming.

All CYBERPOWERPC Battlefield 4 ready systems can be customized with a number of performance hardware and component upgrades such as Advance Hydro liquid cooling, solid state drives, performance gaming memory, peripherals and business software to enhance your productivity, and more at the company's website, www.cyberpowerpc.com. All CYBERPOWERPC desktop systems include an industry best 3-year limited warranty.
 
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Cyberpower doesn't seem that bad, I rebuilt a friend's cyberpower after the fool threw a glass of water into it somehow with his mousecord. Anyway, they did a good job on it and the asetek cooler was pretty nice.
 
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Seems like this company can sell systems cheaper than I can order the parts and O.S. for. They beat my price by at least $300 ish and sometimes more. Damn good company! I have also done maintenance on a few and they are well built and wired!:toast: I don't think anyone can beat their prices normally....unless you go second hand.
 
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Seems like this company can sell systems cheaper than I can order the parts and O.S. for. They beat my price by at least $300 ish and sometimes more. Damn good company! I have also done maintenance on a few and they are well built and wired!:toast: I don't think anyone can beat their prices normally....unless you go second hand.
Prices are terrible compared to DIY in the US. Maybe it's better in Canada. 500 dollars cheaper to DIY a decent gaming PC that I just mocked up.
 
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Prices are terrible compared to DIY in the US. Maybe it's better in Canada. 500 dollars cheaper to DIY a decent gaming PC that I just mocked up.
•CAS: CFI Taiji Full-Tower Gaming Case w/ 1x 140 & 2x 120mm Fans, Front USB 3.0, HDD Easy Swap Bays & Side-Panel Window
•CASUPGRADE: None
•CD: LG 12X Internal Blu-ray Drive & DVDRW, 3D Playback Combo Drive [+32] (BLACK COLOR)
•CD2: None
•COOLANT: Standard Coolant
•CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-4820K Quad-Core 3.70 GHz 10MB Intel Smart Cache LGA2011 (All Venom OC Certified)
•CS_FAN: Default case fans
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•FAN: Asetek 570LX Liquid Cooling system w/ 240MM Radiator and Dual Fans (Extreme Overclocking Performance + Extreme Silent at 20dBA) [+43]
•FREEBIE_CU: FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn [+0]
•FREEBIE_VC1: FREE AMD Ultimate Reloaded Game Bundle - Crysis 3 + Tomb Raider + BioShock Infinite + Sleeping Dog + Hitman + Far Cry 3 PC Games [+0]
•FREEBIE_VC2: None
•GLASSES: None
•HDD: 1TB SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 32MB Cache 7200RPM HDD [+0] (1TB x 2 (2 TB Capacity) Raid 0 Extreme Performance [+71])
•IUSB: Built-in USB 2.0 Ports
•KEYBOARD1: (Keyboard & Mouse Combo) Cooler Master Storm Devastator Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Combo [+0]
•MEMORY: 8GB (2GBx4) DDR3/1600MHz Quad Channel Memory [-50] (Corsair or Major Brand)

•MOTHERBOARD: (3-Way SLI/CrossFireX Support) ASUS P9X79 LE Intel X79 Chipset Quad Channel DDR3 ATX w/ Remote GO!, 7.1 HD Audio, GbLAN, 3 Gen3 PCIe X16, 2 PCIe X1 & 1 PCI
•NETWORK: Onboard Gigabit LAN Network
•OS: Microsoft® Windows 7 Professional [+31] (64-bit Edition)

•POWERSUPPLY: 1,000 Watts - AZZA Titan 1000W 80 Plus Bronze Active PFC Power supply [+40]
•RUSH: NO; READY TO SHIP IN 5~10 BUSINESS DAYS
•SERVICE: STANDARD WARRANTY: 3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY PLUS LIFE-TIME TECHNICAL SUPPORT


•VIDEO: AMD Radeon HD 7990 6GB 16X PCIe 3.0 Dual GPU Video Card [+356] (Major Brand Powered by AMD)
•VIDEO2: None
•VIDEO3: None
•WNC: FREE! 802.11N Dual Band Wireless + Bluetooth 4.0 Expansion Card [+0]
Build this for a total of $1693 and that's shipped with a three year warranty
 
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For the exact same specs above and every thing except the case to be purchased at newegg and the case from Micro Center the total cost with out shipping is $1991 but CyberpowerPC sells this configuration for $1,693.85 shipped to your door with 3 year warranty and that close enough to say a $300 savings......I know people can some times beat their offers but that is very very rare and I am in the USA. Oh just incase you are wondering I do not work for CyberpowerPC. :toast:
 
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For the exact same specs above and every thing except the case to be purchased at newegg and the case from Micro Center the total cost with out shipping is $1991 but CyberpowerPC sells this configuration for $1,693.85 shipped to your door with 3 year warranty and that close enough to say a $300 savings......I know people can some times beat their offers but that is very very rare and I am in the USA. Oh just incase you are wondering I do not work for CyberpowerPC. :toast:
They must get the high end stuff pretty cheap.

I mocked a midrange system and they wanted 1500.

So, the prices aren't adding up here. How can a cheap case, cheap cooling, much cheaper single gpu, cheaper cpu (AMD cheap no less), etc total only 200 off? This means they're screwing everyone over that doesn't select a higher end build.

I still stand by my point. They're a rip off.
 
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Hmmm interesting.....I have never thought to mock up a low or mid end config but, the high end ones are great normally.
 
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I remember A LOT of horror stories concerning CyberPower PC from the socket 775 days. Components not installed properly, wiring not hooked up, components loose inside the case, and terrible customer service. Just search their forums, you'll see what I'm talking about(unless CyberPower PC deleted those threads). Maybe they have fixed those problems, but I would have reservations about ordering from this company.