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Tuesday, 10 April 2012 13:48

Cyberpower releases new gaming system

Written by Nick Farrell



Intel's Z77 on board


CyberpowerPC.com, which makes custom gaming machines, has signed up for Intel's new Z77 chipset. Starting today, CyberpowerPC customers can configure new desktop gaming systems based on the Z77 chipset motherboards from major manufacturers such as ASUS, Gigabyte, and ASRock. 

The Intel Z77 chipset, which offers better overclocking of the core, integrated USB 3.0 support, and maximum security will be available in CyberpowerPC's top-of-the-line Fang III Viper and Cobra models, newly launched Zeus 1000, 1500, 2000, and 2500 Thunder series as well as the Gamer Xtreme PC lines. CyberpowerPC's Z77-based models are targeted for performance enthusiasts who are  and are supposed to be a bit cheaper.

According to the company the Intel Z77 chipset allows overclocking of the core, as well as the graphics and memory frequencies. The chipset also supports Intel Smart Response Technology and Rapid Storage Technology, which dramatically increases system responsiveness and provides support for SATA III 6Gbps. In addition to integrated support for USB 3.0 (which will be standard when Microsoft Windows 8 ships, CyberpowerPC's Z77 gaming systems are Lucid Virtu MVP ready. With Lucid Virtu MVP Hyperformance technology, users can enhance their performance by combining Intel onboard graphics alongside discrete GPU from NVIDIA and AMD.
CyberpowerPC gaming systems based on the Intel Z77 express chipset motherboards start at $709.

They come with CyberpowerPC's Advanced Hydro Liquid Cooling kit, Solid State Drives, Blu-ray drives, performance gaming memory, gaming peripherals, business

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