CyberPower Launches New Gaming Desktops with GeForce GTX 590

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It didn't take long for the system builders over at CyberPower PC to pounce on Nvidia's brand new dual-GPU GeForce GTX 590. This is the card gaming enthusiasts have been waiting for, the one Nvidia touts as the "fastest graphics card on the planet" (be sure to read our in-depth review of the GTX 590, in which we put that claim to the test), so naturally CyberPower PC saw fit to design a new series of high-end desktops around Nvidia's flagship GPU.

Perhaps the coolest thing about this announcement is the cost of entry. CyberPower says you can step up to a GeForce GTX 590 equipped rig starting at $1,500, but we were able to configure one for even less. The Gamer Xtreme 1000, for example, costs $1,240 with a GTX 590 and includes:
  • Raidmax Blade mid-tower case
  • Intel Core i3 2100
  • XtremeGear liquid cooling
  • MSI H61M-P23
  • 4GB of DDR3-1333
  • 1TB hard drive
  • 24X DVD Reader
  • Keyboard and mouse
  • 700W PSU
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
We can already spot a couple areas we'd like to upgrade, but still, it's entirely possible to spec out a gaming rig with Nvidia's flagship GPU for less than $2,000. Well played, CyberPower.

CyberPower Blows Away the Benchmarks and the Competition With New Desktop PC Series Loaded with NVIDIA GTX 590

BALDWIN PARK, CA (March 24, 2011) - CyberPower Inc. a manufacturer of custom gaming machines, today announced a series of high-end desktop gaming systems based on NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 590 - "the fastest graphics card on the planet."

Powered by two GPUs, the new GTX 590 is the most powerful DirectX 11 graphics card on the market.  With its sleek exterior that conceals dual 512-core GTX 500 GPUs and a custom vapor chamber cooling solution, the GeForce GTX 590 delivers high-end performance with style. 

CyberPower will offer this lightening fast graphics card in many of its award winning systems including the Fang EVO series, Black Pearl, Gamer 3D and Xtreme FTW series of gaming PCs. In addition to the standard GeForce GTX 590, CyberPower will also be incorporating liquid-cooled GTX 590s into its cornerstone Fang EVO Black Mamba. Starting price for a CyberPower GeForce GTX 590-based system is $1,499.00

"The tremendous graphics performance and improved acoustics combined with the wealth of NVIDIA technologies make the GTX 590 the card to get for gamers and enthusiasts," said Eric Cheung, CEO of CyberPower.

CyberPower customers can be assured of ordering a custom system built for maximum gaming performance, including 3D, as well as for HD video, multitasking, multimedia, or sharing photos.  CyberPower GeForce GTX 590-based systems deliver outstanding gaming experience with features such as: NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround technology to enable panoramic gaming across three screens in stereoscopic 3D from a single card; DirectX 11 tessellation to deliver detailed environments and characters; and PhysX and Quad SLI for dynamic real-time graphics and pairing two GTX 590 cards for unmatched performance.

CyberPower customers can configure their gaming system with a single dual GPU GTX 590 card and add additional cards depending on the model. All pre-built or custom configured gaming rig will feature GeForce GTX 590-compatible hardware such as motherboards from first tier manufacturers, as well as power supplies and cooling options to accommodate additional GPUs.

All CyberPower systems based on the GTX 590 series can be easily customized with a number of hard drive and/or SSD, optical drive, memory, and other peripheral component options at the company website.  All systems will be able to drive the industry's largest and highest resolution flat-panel displays. 

CyberPower loads every system with Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit Operating System with Service Pack 1 to enhance your gaming and multimedia experience and includes an industry-best 3-year limited warranty and free lifetime phone support.

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LBowen replied on Thu, Mar 24 2011 10:54 AM

I got my first gaming laptop from Alienware, which got so hot I used it as a heater during the Winter months, after that I researched and expanded my PC gaming knowledge. I got a gaming desktop from Cyberpower and I am still very pleased with the purchase.

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I really like that cyber power uses some name brands in their builds so you actually know what you are getting and their prices see fair for what you get. I would definitely spend a few extra bucks on the mobo and processor of your build!!!!

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Specjre replied on Thu, Mar 24 2011 12:00 PM

My first real gaming PC was from CyberPower. As far as the build goes I didn't have any issues. After 2 years the Asus system board crapped out and had to be replaced, but you can't really blame CP for that. They seem like a solid company and their builds are very neat and professional from what I have seen.

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MWaters replied on Thu, Mar 24 2011 7:09 PM

Really pushing for power with the GTX 590 there, I may be more toward ATI but I admit NVidia knows what they are doing and CyberPower always makes perfect systems when they have power like the GTX 590.

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rrplay replied on Thu, Mar 24 2011 8:04 PM

I like to sometime indulge my geek porn fantasies on the CyberPower config pages with a bit of slicing and dicing on a dream rig and a modest affordable practical build .yep going to stop by take look and get my fix.time well spent to look into this one.

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ottoyu34 replied on Fri, Mar 25 2011 12:32 AM

i3 with GTX590. I think I read it right. But it speaks value

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rapid1 replied on Fri, Mar 25 2011 11:02 AM

Nice setup, I also like the fact that from what they say all there systems are now liquid cooled. I am sure it is one of the contained liquid cooling solutions, but still as a default cooling schematic that is great. As far as it goes I do the same thing rrplay :)

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