Configure a custom mini ITX system with a full size videocard
It's often said that big things come in small packages, and to prove it, CyberPowerPC is encouraging consumers to try out its new custom SFF Configurator . This allows customers to choose from what CyberPowerPC claims is a "carefully selected menu of high-end components" to piece together the ultimate mini-ITX gaming machine. And with the back-to-school season not too far off in the future, these space saving systems would fit nicely in a dorm room.
"As far as performance goes, the sky is the limit. The CypberPowerPCdesign and engineering teams worked hard to stuff enough processing, graphics and cooling power into these pint-sized machines to rival any full-size desktop PC," CyberPowerPC says.
It starts with a fairly wide case selection that includes the Corsair Obsidian 250D, BitFenix Prodigy SFF, Fractal Design Node 304, and Fang Battlebox. Cost of entry is about $480 -- that gets you an Intel Core i3 4150-based system with 8GB of RAM, ASRock B85M-ITX motherboard, 1TB hard drive, DVD burner, 350W power supply, keyboard, and mouse (OS is extra). Like all of CyberPowerPC's mini-ITX systems, almost everything is configurable.
If you want to see for yourself, head over to CyberPowerPC's website and hit the "SFF Configurator" option on the left-hand side (under the "What's Hot" section).