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Our spring gaming PC giveaway has come to a close and we’re ready to announce the winner! If you recall, we teamed up with our friends at CyberPower’s Syber Gaming division and put together one heck of an awesome gaming system giveaway! This time around you all had the a chance to win an Intel Core i5-4690K-infused, custom-built, console-sized Syber Vapor gaming PC with 16GB of RAM, a powerful EVGA GeForce GTX 970, a Samsung SSD, and a whole lot more. The complete parts list and breakdown for this custom gaming rig were: CPU: Intel Core i5-4690K Graphics: EVGA GeForce GTX 970 Memory: 16GB DDR3-1600 Storage: 250GB Samsung SSD 850 EVO / 1TB Seagate HDD Chipset: Intel Z97 Chassis: Syber Vapor... Read more...
CyberPower has been in overdrive this Spring, pumping out the Syber Vapor, which we reviewed earlier this month, and now the Trinity, a system that puts a new spin on the traditional gaming PC design. It’s one of the most eye-catching computers we’ve seen in a long time, and it’s loaded with high-end gaming hardware.The Trinity is made up of three blades, each of which contains components. One blade, dubbed the “CPU Blade,” houses a mini ITX motherboard and as much as 16GB of memory. The “Performance Blade” handles graphics (including full-size graphics cards) and has room for SSDs. The “Storage Blade” has additional room for hard drives and SSDs, as well as an optical drive and an ATX power... Read more...
Had things gone to plan, Steam Machines would be a shipping product by now. However, Valve threw a wrench into the works when it decided that more time was needed to tweak its custom Linux-based Steam OS and fine tune the platform's accompanying Steam Controller. That decision left several partnering OEMs and boutique system builders in limbo, as they had already put in the necessary R&D to develop living room boxes that would serve as official Steam Machines. Hence a new category was born -- the PC gaming console. Systems like the Syber Vapor are full-fledged PCs stuffed inside console-sized cases that could have and would have served as Steam Machines. Since they lack Steam OS, they're... Read more...