CyberPower Unleashes Factory Overclocked Intel Core i5 & Core i7 800 Gaming Rigs

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If you’re looking to take advantage of Intel’s new Lynnfieldbased Core i5 and i7 800 series processors, and don’t want tobuild a rig yourself, then CyberPower’s latest systems might be just what you’relooking for. In all, CyberPower is offering five new customizable, highperformance gaming rigs that can be overclocked directly from the factory. Thebase price for the Gamer Xtreme i5/i7 systems with P55 chipset starts at $749. Checkout the press release below for more details on these new rigs.

CyberPower Announces New Factory Overclocked Intel Core i5 and Core i7800 Gaming Rigs

Get Your VenomBoosted Core i5 and i7 Rigs

BALDWIN PARK, CA (September 8, 2009) – CyberPower Inc., www.cyberpowerpc.com amanufacturer of custom gaming machines and an Intel Premium Channel Partner,today announced five new high performance gaming rigs based on Intel’s new Corei5 and Core i7 800 Series processors along with Intel’s P55 chipset.

CyberPower customers can begin customizing and configuringtheir Core i5/i7 gaming rigs in tandem with Intel’s official launch onSeptember 8th.


CyberPower will initially offer five new models in its GamerXtreme 1000 to 5000 series, which will feature Intel’s LGA 1156 Core i5 or i7processors with a choice of new Intel Core i5 750 (2.66GHz), i7 860 (2.80 GHz),and i7 870 (2.93 GHz) CPUs. Customers will have several new P55 chipsetmotherboards to park their new processors in from leading motherboard manufacturerssuch as Gigabyte, Asus, EVGA, and MSI.

Intel’s “Lynnfield” i5/i7 processors and P55 chipset provideenhanced performance for digital media creation and demanding multi-tasking andexcellent graphics options for gaming.

The Core i5 features intelligent performance, whichautomatically adjusts the processing power and speed of your processor to yourworkload demands. Intel’s Turbo Boost Technology easily increases the speed ofyour CPU without manipulating settings in the motherboard bios. The newprocessor architecture also features an integrated dual channel DDR3 memorycontroller for improved responsiveness and performance.

The new line of Gamer Xtreme models will also featureCyberPower’s Venom Boost technology, which provides factory overclocking withfull warranty. For a limited time offer, customers can request a free Pro OCVenom Boost, which overclocks the CPU 10% or more.

CyberPower will also offer a free Windows 7 upgrade couponwith the purchase of selected Windows Vista Operating System Installed. Base price of the Gamer Xtreme i5/i7 systemswith P55 chipset start at $749. All systems can be ordered directly fromCyberPower and other e-tailers (e.g. Newegg, Tigerdirect, Amazon, PC Club). http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/LandingPages/intel/i5/


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wil2200 replied on Wed, Sep 9 2009 10:48 PM

this is seriously one ugly looking case - but beauty is in the eyes of the beholder

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It's not as bad as some of the cases I have seen from cyberpower.

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aybabtu replied on Thu, Sep 10 2009 10:49 AM

These should come with a huge neon sign (with flashing arrow) that says "I Have A Really Really Cool Computer, Really!"

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ClemSnide replied on Thu, Sep 10 2009 5:10 PM

@wil2200: That's the Bulldozer case, and yes I agree it's about as beautiful as what it's named for. But hey, the Coolermaster Storm Scout (second from the right in the lineup) is good-looking and has some decent airflow.

You can get that hideous cold cathode lighting in a variety of colors, but I wish the system builders would have an "I am over 15" option which leaves that off, and also changes all the LED fans to silent (and nonilluminated) ones. And not just the 120 mm ones, either, but the 140s, 200s, and 230 mm fans. When I'm at my station I stare into the monitor, not at the flashing lights on my rig!


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