CyberPower Adds Three Power-Packed Systems With ATI 5800 Series GPUs

CyberPower Adds Three Power-Packed Systems With ATI 5800 Series GPUs

CyberPower introduced a trio of custom-built gaming PCs based on AMD's new 5800 series of video cards that feature DirectX 11 and Eyefinity multi-display technology. As you may recall, ATI’s Eyefinity technology enables you to seamlessly connect up to six ultra high definition displays in a variety of portrait and landscape configurations. CyberPower's three new systems include the Intel-based Gamer Xtreme 4200 and Gamer Xtreme 5200 as well as the AMD-based Gamer Dragon 9500. Read on for a closer look at each of the new systems below.



CyberPower Intros Three Power-Packed Systems That Unlock The Near Eye Definition of ATI’s Next-Gen 5800 Series GPU Technology

BALDWIN PARK, CA (September 23, 2009) CyberPower, Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com wants you to stay ahead of the game with a trio of custom-built CyberPower Gaming PCs based on AMD’s just released 5800 series of video cards featuring DirectX® 11 and Eyefinity multi-display technology. The CyberPower gaming systems unlock the near-eye definition resolution and blazing fast graphics power of ATI Radeon’s next-generation of DirectX 11-enabled graphics processors.

With your CyberPower gaming PC powered by ATI’s 5800 series, you’ll be able to experience gaming like never before. While the 5800 series boasts speed and performance, it also delivers some innovative features that enhance your gaming and multimedia experience.

ATI’s Eyefinity technology gives PCs the ability to seamlessly connect up to six ultra high definition displays in a variety of portrait and landscape configurations, which allows you to see more of the map if you’re playing a RTS, or widen your view as you enjoy Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X.

Eyefinity technology also brings AMD closer to delivering true eye-definition experiences, where the display of a virtual environment is so detailed that it seems optically real to the human eye. The technology also gives mainstream consumers the most powerful processor ever created for entertainment, education, and productivity applications. ATI’s 5800 series will be the first GPU in the world to offer support for the new DirectX 11 technology that provides improved and enhance imagery.

New CyberPower DirectX 11-enabled systems include two that feature Intel’s P55 Chipset and Lynnfield processors, and one that features AMD’s AM3 Phenom II X4 925. All systems come preloaded with Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium w/ Service Pack 1 (64-bit Edition) and carry a three-year warranty. They can be custom-built with a number of component, peripheral and factory warranty overclocking options.

The new line includes:
  • The Gamer Xtreme 4200 with Intel i5-750 CPU and Asus P55 Chipset motherboard; 4GB DDR3 RAM; 1TB SATA-II hard drive; ATI 5850 1GB graphics; and 24X DVDRW optical drive. Base price is $999.00
  • The Gamer Xtreme 5200 features Intel’s i7-860 CPU with Asus P55 Chipset motherboard; 8GBs DDR RAM; 1TB SATA-II hard drive; ATI Radeon 5870 1GB graphics; and 24X DVDRW optical drive. Base price is $1393.
  • CyberPower will offer an AMD based model, the Gamer Dragon 9500, which features AMD’s Phenom II X4 925 CPU and AM3 770X Chipset motherboard; 4GB DDR3 RAM; ATI 5850 1GB graphics; 1TB SATA-II hard drive and 24X DVDRW optical drive. Base price of this configuration is $927.




Gamer Xtreme 4200

Gamer Xtreme 5200

Gamer Dragon 9500

CPU

Intel Core i5 750

Intel Core i7-860

AMD Phenom II X4 925

Motherboard

Intel P55 Chipset

Intel P55 Chipset

AMD 770 Chipset

Ram

4GB DDR3

8GB DDR3

4GB DDR3

Video Card

ATI Radeon 5850

ATI Radeon 5870

ATI Radeon 5850

Hard Drive

1TB SATA-II

1TB SATA-II

1TB SATA-II

Optical Drive

24X DVDRW

24X DVDRW

24X DVDRW

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Those are pretty interesting cases.. I'm not incredibly interested in the ATI cards though, since I'm an OpenGL guy and they aren't exactly touting their OpenGL3.2 capabilities. (Hint: Tout your OpenGL3.2 capabilities!)

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Pairing with the i5/i7, still came out cheaper than I expected. The Gamer Dragon 4200 looks the best value (though the CPU's are fast enough that they won't impact gaming too much).

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I'm glad to see an AMD CPU option here.  It just seems so natural and right to pair AMD with ATi. 

Not that I wouldn't love an i7 or anything.Stick out tongue

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Gosh, maybe I AM really becoming my father as I grow older,.......

They look like fine systems on the inside, but those cases are just as ugly as the new Alienware cases. They look like they're gonna jump out at you sometime soon.

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Have we seen any numbers on the 5850 yet?

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bob_on_the_cob:

Have we seen any numbers on the 5850 yet?

Yup.  I linked to it in my 5800 thread, but here's it again:

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ATI/Radeon_HD_5870/1.html

 

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