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).