It seems like every other CES 2017 announcement involves a new gaming system or accessory. If anyone ever thought that PC gaming was dead and that only mobile devices and consoles matter, this year’s selection of new PC gaming products should put those fears to rest.
The latest company to announce their upcoming gaming systems is CyberPower, which along with its Syber Gaming division is introducing a number of new and updated gaming PCs.
First up is the Syber XL Series, which looks to focus on making sure that whether you choose a seventh-generation Intel Core, Intel Broadwell-E, or AMD Ryzen CPU, large cases with superior airflow will keep them cool. In addition to improved thermal management, the systems’ cases will support up to four GPUs, eight drives, and elaborate liquid cooling systems in customized systems that are checked by the company’s SyberLab technicians to make sure they’re correctly built and tested. The Syber XL Series machines will be shipping in the second quarter of 2017, and pricing will start at $999.
CyberPowerPC Hyper Cooling Series
Next is the CyberPowerPC Hyper Cooling Series PCs, which will be custom desktop gaming machines with hard tube liquid cooling systems offering users a choice in coolant colors and lighting. The new liquid cooling systems will offer a 14 percent improvement over Corsair H55 coolers on overclocked CPUs, and a 27 percent improvement over standard GPU coolers.
CyberPowerPC will offer five models in the Hyper Liquid line, with a choice between AMD Ryzen of seventh-generation Intel Core processors. Pricing will start at $1,549 for Hyper Liquid Core systems and will top out at the Black Mamba configuration at $6,589.
CyberPowerPC’s Pro Streamer line will get a refresh at CES 2017. Currently part of the company’s Creator line of products, then updated systems will receive seventh-generation Intel Core processors and Intel Z270 chipsets. The Pro Streamer 1100 will start at $2,365 with a Core i5 processor.
CyperPowerPC VR-ready Notebooks
Finally, the company will be introducing new VR-ready laptops, as well as bringing most of their older systems up to VR standards. Machines with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPUs and higher will receive VR ratings for the leading VR systems, including Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
The new Vector II-Z Series notebooks with Core i7-7700HQ, GeForce GTX 1060 and 1070 GPUs, up to 16GB RAM, and 512GB PCIe SSD, will start at $1,100. The machines will be available with 15-inch and 17-inch Full HD displays, backlit keyboards, and an array of connectivity options.
The Tracer II with GTX 1060 Ti and 1060 GPUs will also start at $1,100. The Tracer II will offer a 15.6-inch 2,560 x 1,600 IPS display, keyboard with LED lighting supporting up to 16 million colors, and up to 16GB RAM and 512GB PCIe SSD.
The Fangbook 5 Extreme with 18.4-inch display will take its place on the high end with Core i7-7920HQ processor and dual GeForce GTX 1080 GPUs.
As always, CyberPowerPC and Syber systems are customizable, and offer three-year limited warranties and lifetime technical support via chat, email, and phone.
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