CyberPowerPC gaming systems ready up for Kaby Lake and Ryzen

With new processors from Intel on the market, a new line of CPUs from AMD on the way, and virtual reality making headlines, 2017 is looking like an interesting year to be a boutique builder. CyberPowerPC and Syber Gaming are certainly making the most of the moment, and have announced plans for refreshing their desktop and notebook lines with 2017's hot hardware.

The Syber Gaming XL Series of desktops is coming in the second quarter of 2017. These rigs will be housed in a massive enclosure, spacious enough for elaborate liquid cooling systems and just about any combination of processor and graphics cards that buyers ask the company to install. Intel's Broadwell-E processors and the latest seventh-generation Intel Core processors are available, and even AMD's upcoming Ryzen CPUs are on the list.

Next up is the CyberPowerPC Hyper Liquid Series, fitted with the company's hard-tube liquid cooling system. The company claims that its system is 14% better at cooling an overclocked CPU than a Corsair H55, and 27% better at cooling GPUs than regular coolers. There are over five models in this line, and like the Syber Gaming XL series, buyers chan choose among a wide range of internal hardware, including Intel's Kaby Lake CPUs and the upcoming Ryzen processors.

Finally, CyberPowerPC has big plans for its gaming notebooks this year. It plans to refresh the majority of its gaming laptops to be ready for the heavy duties of powering virtual reality headsets. The company says it will release models with GeForce GTX 1060 and higher graphics cards for that purpose.

CyberPowerPC also has two series of notebooks. The Vector II-Z laptops, available in 15.6" and 17.3" form factors, have 1080p IPS displays, a Core i7-7700HQ CPU, and get their graphics muscle from either GTX 1060 or GTX 1070 graphics cards. Meanwhile, the Tracer II laptops are designed to be ultraportable, though the company didn't specify their sizes. Those machines come equipped with a Core i7-7700HQ, and a choice of GeForce GTX 1050 Ti or GTX 1060 cards.

The availability of these desktops and notebooks depends on the hardware inside, as AMD's Ryzen CPUs aren't exactly for sale yet. We don't have pricing on the company's notebooks yet, but the Syber Gaming XL series of desktops starts at $1,000, while the Hyper Liquid series ranges from $1,550 to $6,590. CyberPowerPC backs its full-assembled systems with a limited three-year warranty and liftetime technical support via chat, email or telephone.

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    • chµck
    • 3 years ago

    [quote<]the Tracer II laptops are designed to be ultraportable[/quote<] nah they look like the regular msi gt60 series Dimensions • 386.25 x 264.9 x 37mm [url<]http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/spec/getntbkspec.aspx?id=TRACER215VR[/url<]

    • Rakhmaninov3
    • 3 years ago

    I’ve ordered 2 systems from CyberPower and they did a great job on both of them

    • derFunkenstein
    • 3 years ago

    I mean, I know that CES comes but once a year, but still…kinda weird to announce systems based on processors that themselves haven’t been fully revealed.

      • JustAnEngineer
      • 3 years ago

      CES is a great opportunity to get some exposure. They want to get their message out to AMD supporters, too.

      Looking through the configuration tool, my only lament is that they have many fewer cases without side windows than they had in previous years. Here’s a sample build:
      [url<]http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/saved/1JG16J[/url<]

    • ronch
    • 3 years ago

    This is such an exciting time for PC enthusiasts. I love it!

    • Wildchild
    • 3 years ago

    The fact that Ryzen is being offered makes me feel a lot more comfortable since CyberPowerPC doesn’t have any of AMD’s other CPU’s as choices on their website…. Is this real life?

      • LostCat
      • 3 years ago

      They’re ~80 miles away from me IIRC and I wouldn’t touch their PCs with a ten foot pole just by reputation and build quality of some of the other stuff they sell. They might be alright…never actually seen one…

        • pdjblum
        • 3 years ago

        If they are ~80 miles away, I suspect you couldn’t reach one with a ten foot pole, unless of course you are able to warp space.

          • LostCat
          • 3 years ago

          I have a teleporter. It’s usually broken, sadly.

      • JustAnEngineer
      • 3 years ago

      I counted 17 systems offered with AMD APUs or CPUs.
      [url<]http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/category/gaming-pcs/[/url<]

      • ImSpartacus
      • 3 years ago

      It’s good news, but remember that if anyone would be offering niche options, it’d be cyberpower.

      They already have lots of other options for the various component categories, so it’s not much of a stretch for them to offer a hyped CPU option.

      Now when we see this from a more “structured” oem like a Dell, then that’s a bigger deal.

    • JustAnEngineer
    • 3 years ago

    I’ve helped a few co-workers spec out systems from CyberPower PC several times in the past decade. They’ve done a good job of offering quality components that you can specify precisely, while keeping track of which ones work together. The price difference versus buying the components and assembling yourself is acceptably small, especially if you shop their featured deals and combinations.

    Support has been good for the few problems that have cropped up. My co-workers were pleased enough that they ordered from CyberPower PC again when it was time to upgrade or add systems.

      • pdjblum
      • 3 years ago

      Good to know, especially since they are offering Ryzen. Thanks much.

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