CyberpowerPC introduces Zeus Mini SFF series
CyberpowerPC has come up with their all new Zeus Mini SFF (small form factor) series of PCs, where there will be eight different pre-built models for you to choose from. As long as you have a budget that suits that particular model, you’re good to go. Depending on the model that you pick, it will cost anywhere from $599 all the way to $1,479, and will pack a choice of either AMD or Intel processing power which should be able to rival any full-size desktop PC.
Choices, choices. Life is full of them, and with the new Zeus Mini SFF PCs, it will be between a choice of three AMD’s Kaveri A-series processor models (Zeus Mini-A), or five different 4th Generation Intel Core processor models (Zeus Mini-I) which will begin from a Core i5-4440 all the way to a blazing fast Core i7-4770K at 3.50GHz. All of the processors in the Zeus Mini series have been mounted to a Mini ITX motherboard that come packed with the latest AMD and Intel chipset, ensuring that you will also be able to enjoy the latest technologies such as 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity and PCI Express 3.0 among others. Both of the processor options will include multi-core support and dual-channel DDR3 gaming performance, sporting a minimum of 8GB memory (RAM) which can be further expanded all the way to 16GBs.
Do not be fooled by the relatively small size of the Zeus Mini SFF PC, it is still capable of supporting full-size dual GPU video cards (!) in order to make sure that whatever game you intend to play will be able to be done in full graphical glory. You can choose between the following options – AMD Radeon R7 and R9 series for Zeus Mini-A models, while Intel-featured models will comprise of the Intel HD 4600 GPU or NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX Series graphics with Kepler GPU architecture.
As for storage, fret not – the Zeus Mini would deliver ample storage space from 500GB to 2TB SATA III 7200RPM hard drives, alongside an 8X Slim DVD/RW optical drive that is available on all models. If you’re going to pick up a SFF PC this year to complement your living room entertainment options, the Zeus Mini SFF does make plenty of sense – financially and from a gaming perspective.