CyberPower rarely wastes any time in adopting new technologies for its gaming rigs, and now is no exception. Coming hot off the assembly lines are several gaming systems now equipped with Nvidia's 3D Vision platform.
"We are excited about incorporating the new 3D PC category into our mix of gaming desktops," said Eric Cheung, CEO of CyberPower. "As 3D gaming technology continues to evolve, integrating 3D PCs into our product lineup is essential to provide consumers the perfect solution for 3D gaming and entertainment."
Playing both sides of the fence, customers can customize 3D-ready PCs built around both AMD (Gamer Ultra series) and Intel (Gamer Extreme series) platforms. Pricing starts out at a little under $1,300 for the Gamer Ultra 3D 1000, which includes an AMD Phenom II X6 1055T processor, 4GB of DDR3-1600 memory, Nvidia GTS 250 graphics card, Gigabyte MA770T-USB3 AM3 motherboard, 1TB SATA hard drive, DVD burner, CoolerMaster Elite 310 case, and a Samsung 2233RZ 22-inch 3D LCD monitor with Nvidia's 3D Vision stereoscopic glasses bundle.
The cost of entry for an Intel system checks in at $1,389 (Gamer Xtreme 3D 2000) and includes the same monitor/3D glasses combo, plus an Intel Core i5 750 processor, EVGA P55 TR P55V motherboard, and 4X Blu-ray drive. Like the Ultra, the baseline Extreme setup includes the same RAM, hard drive, and DVD burner.
“CyberPower customers can configure and order a Gamer Xtreme system with the super speed USB 3.0/SATA III interface today. With Intel's latest i5/i7 processors and P55/X58 chipsets, you'll enjoy maximum performance today and be ready for tomorrow. Both USB 3.0 and SATA III are backward compatible to assure users their current peripherals will not become obsolete,” the company said in a laconic press release. The Gamer Xtreme range starts at $749.