CyberPower Announces New Desktops and Laptops with Intel Sandy Bridge Processors
CyberPower, one of the leading custom computer manufacturers, has just announced some new additions to its lineup that all feature the brand new Intel Sandy Bridge processors. There will be two desktop series and a laptop series that all will utilize the Sandy Bridge processors which bring with a slew of new features and overclocking. Intel's Turbo Boost 2.0 technology is featured in these new processors which dynamically speeds up the processor for certain tasks, providing an immediate boost to performance without the need to overclock it yourself. The desktop series getting the Sandy Bridge parts are the Gamer Xtreme and Infinity models, with the Game Xtreme 1000, 2000, and 5000 shown off.
The Gamer Xtreme 1000 will feature a Core i5-2300 processor, ASUS H67 motherboard, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 1TB hard drive, a 22x DVD-RW, and Asetek water cooling. The Gamer Xtreme 2000 will have the same processor and motherboard, but double the amount of memory. Instead of relying on the processor's built-in graphics, the Gamer Xtreme 2000 features an AMD HD 5770 video card. The Gamer Xtreme 5000 is for the serious power user as it features the Core i7-2600K processor, an ASUS P67 motherboard, 4GB DDR3 RAM, and Asetek water cooling. The graphics horsepower is provided by an NVIDIA GTX 570 and there is even a 1TB SATA-III HDD included, plus a Blu-ray player.
The Xplorer notebooks will get a Sandy Bridge upgrade and even feature Intel's Wireless Display Technology which will let you share any content you wish on your big screen TV. The Xplorer notebook will feature a Core i7-2620QM processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and a 1920x1080 resolution screen.
The CyberPower Gamer Xtreme 1000 desktop starts at $599, the Gamer Xtreme 2000 at $799, and the Gamer Xtreme 5000 at $1449. The Xplorer notebook will start at $799. All the systems are fully customizable with any configuration of components you wish and feature Windows 7 Home Premium. The desktops feature a three year warranty while the notebooks get a one year, plus each system has CyberPower's free lifetime phone support. Perhaps our crew at CES can check out these new systems where CyberPower will be demoing these and others at the show.