CyberpowerPC Announces Pro Gamer FTW Desktop PC Series Integrated For Gaming and HD Live-Streaming BALDWIN PARK, CA (August 21, 2012) – CyberPower Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com, a global manufacturer of custom gaming machines, today announced the Gamer Pro FTW -- a new series of desktop gaming systems tailored for the seamless integration of gaming and live HD broadcasting. The Pro Gamer FTW PCs are ready for awesome performance and high-def video recording right out of the box. They are powered by a choice of Intel's X79 Sandy Bridge-E platform, Z77 Ivy Bridge or AMD's FX Bulldozer processors; equipped with NVIDIA's overwhelming Kepler-powered GTX or AMD's astounding Tahiti series, and feature AVerMedia's innovative Live Gamer HD. CyberpowerPC’s Pro Gamer FTW series (available in six base models starting at $1085) are custom-built systems designed for the gaming enthusiasts who live for the excitement of sharing knowledge and showcasing their skills to an online audience. The Pro Gamer FTW eliminates the need for additional streaming software, and is already configured for live broadcast. Users can jump right into playing, streaming, and recording in full HD. CyberpowerPC selected AVerMedia Live Gamer HD as the most reliable solution for capturing, recording and streaming live action. With the Live Gamer HD, you don’t need another setup for recording game footage because the Pro Gamer FTW is the capturing machine. The solution works flawlessly with NVIDIA Kepler-powered GTX or AMD Tahiti graphics cards for perfect recordings of 1080p at 60 frames per second. With its efficient pass-thru system, the Live Gamer HD is able to synchronize zero-delay video capture with real-time gaming through the Pro Gamer FTW’s HDMI and DVI ports. Users can record colorful commentary alongside in-game footage to enhance their video, whether it is of an epic duel, an awesome killstreak, or even a clever demonstration. You can also can pause game play recording but continue the commentary. CyberpowerPC’s Gamer Pro FTW series is housed in Azza’s impressive full-tower Genesis 9000. The Genesis, with its reversible motherboard tray, can easily fit even the largest, XL-ATX motherboards alongside a plethora of fans, massive water-cooling radiators, and multi-GPU configurations. The case also has room to grow with four drive bays and five Easy Swap slots. Other standard features of all Pro Gamer FTW systems include low latency 1600MHz GSkill Ripjaw X memory and Western Digital’s maximum speed, ultra durable Caviar series HDDs for quick system response. All Pro Gamer FTW systems can be customized with a number of performance hardware and components such as CyberpowerPC’s advanced hydro liquid cooling kit, Solid State Drives, Blu-ray drives, performance gaming memory, gaming peripherals, business and productivity software, and more. Every system is meticulously built with precise cable routing to ensure optimal airflow and a clean aesthetic appearance. CyberpowerPC loads every system with Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Operating System for an enhanced gaming and multimedia experience. All CyberpowerPC desktop gaming systems include an industry-best 3-year limited warranty.
Why are all these manufacturers skimping on the RAM? I'm seeing companies come out with factory overclocked CPU's to speeds like 4.7Ghz on the 3770k which is NOTHING to be sniffed at. But then they throw in a $100 16GB kit and are done with it.
Where's the 2400, 2133, or even 1866 speeds? If I bought a custom prebuilt system I'd like better RAM options.
.. I am extremely picky, though. (:
Under what circumstances would you ever use more than 16gb of RAM? :D
I wasn't talking about capacity, I was talking about speeds.
But I could EASILY fill 16GB of RAM during Photoshop sessions.
Oh, wow, I totally glossed over the second half of your post:D That makes way more sense.
most people don't use so much ram and most gamers don't use much either seeing as game developers try and keep hardware requirements low.
Lower hardware requirements equal wider gamer base and all that.
Im a gamer and this looks good. I dont know if im good enough to be posting and comentating videos online but i love the idea
This is okay I guess, I would like to see higher ram speeds, and better aesthetics though...
This is the PC equivalent of a "souped up" Honda Civic with an exhaust system that can be heard a mile away while its idling at the lights. Great for showing off but cannot hold its own against a good gaming machine.
Cool idea to record video capture but I wouldn't pay the extra $$ for it, not to mention in all honesty I think it looks ugly :P Gyess im more of a simple case kind of person.
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