CyberpowerPC’s latest desktop is rip roaring

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Are you currently in the market for a new gaming rig, so much so that you are too lazy to build one up from scratch, and thankfully, have the necessary funds to purchase a build to order machine which reeks of pure processing power? You are in luck then, with CyberpowerPC’s most recent desktop PC series debuting with Intel’s latest Z77 “Panther Point” Express Chipset that will feature lucid MVP hyperformance, advanced overclocking, and multi-display support for a more immersive gaming experience.

From today onwards, CyberpowerPC customers are able to select new desktop gaming systems that will be based on the Z77 chipset motherboards from major manufacturers such as ASUS, Gigabyte, and ASRock. The Intel Z77 chipset is no pushover, where it is said to deliver advanced overclocking of the core, in addition to built-in USB 3.0 support, as well as maximum security being kept in mind at all times. All the mentioned can be found in CyberpowerPC’s top-of-the-line Fang III Viper and Cobra models, the newly launched Zeus 1000, 1500, 2000, and 2500 Thunder series as well as the Gamer Xtreme PC lines.

CyberpowerPC’s Z77-based models will target performance enthusiasts who want more bang for their hard-earned buck. After all, who does not want more for less, unless you are a super rich person who does not feel that your money will have to work all that hard for you. The Intel Z77 chipset will also come with support for Intel Smart Response Technology and Rapid Storage Technology, where they work in tandem to dramatically increase system responsiveness, merging the performance benefits of a solid-state drive with the storage capacity of a traditional HDD in a single drive volume.

Having said that, how many of you who want a spanking new computer would seriously consider what CyberpowerPC has on offer, or do you already have your favorite computer vendor in mind?

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