Lessons in Greek mythology made it clear that you shouldn't mess with Zeus, the big daddy of deities. He carried around a thunderbolt, for Pete's sake. Or, at least he used to. Boutique system builder CyberPowerPC
has called upon the ancient child of Cronus and Rhea to serve as the god of its gaming line, and instead of a thunderbolt, the company's new Zeus EVO Storm Series wields an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780
The Zeus EVO Storm starts at around $1,499, though that price tag jumps a little past $2,000 if equipping it with a GTX 780. Otherwise, a baseline configuration consists of a CFI Boreallight full tower gaming case, Intel Core i7 3820 processor with "Pro OC" option (overclock of at least 10 percent), CyberPower Xtreme Hydro liquid cooling kit, Gigabyte X79-UP4 motherboard, 8GB of DDR3-1600 memory, Corsair CX750 power supply, 1TB hard drive, 24X DVD burner, AZZA brand keyboard and mouse, and Windows 8.
Of course, the system is fully configurable and will take you as high as your budget allows, including multiple GPU and SSD options. Alternately, if you're mainly interested in the GTX 780 graphics card, it's also available in CyberPowerPC's Fang III, Gamer Xtreme, and other gaming systems starting at $1,179.