New mainboards? Check! New machines based on those motherboards? You
bet! CyberPower has just revealed a new gaming desktop and workstation
line based on Intel's next-gen Z68 chipset with SSD caching as well as
LucidLogix Virtu Software. The new platform obviously supports Intel's
2nd-gen Sandy Bridge processors, and opens up a new level of
overclocking by allowing users to adjust not only CPU and memory
frequencies, but the integrated graphics as well.
CyberPower will offer new motherboards powered by the new Intel Z68
chipset throughout all of its 2nd Generation Intel Core processor gaming
systems as well as through the CyberPower Custom Gaming PC
Configurator. This new chipset will also debut in CyberPower’s new line
of high performance graphics workstations, the Power Mega series. The starting price for a CyberPower
Z68-based gaming system with Sandy
Bridge CPU is $699. The new Power Mega series featuring the new Z68
chipset starts at $1199.
CyberPower customers can configure their gaming system or graphic
workstations with single or multiple GPU as well as CyberPower’s
Advanced Hydro Liquid Cooling featuring 240mm or 360mm radiator options
depending on the model. All pre-built or custom configured systems are
guaranteed to have compatible hardware, as well as power supplies and
cooling options to accommodate additional GPUs.