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CyberPowerPC Intros New Hadron AIR Gaming Rigs

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Cyberpower intros its new Hadron AIR gaming PCs.

CyberpowerPC said on Wednesday that its new Hadron AIR Gaming Rigs make no compromises, packing support for Haswell processors and full size GeForce GTX Titan or AMD R9 290X graphics cards in a mini-ITX form factor. These new PC gaming rigs measure just 6.6" wide x 12" high x 12.1" deep. Pricing starts at $599.

"The Hadron gaming desktop supports all mini ITX form factor motherboards with Intel's Z87 Chipset as the preferred choice for the Hadron 100i, 200i and 300i," reads the company press release. "Customers can select from nine Intel processors from the Intel Core i3-4130 3.40 GHz processor to a powerful "Haswell" Intel Core i7-4770K 3.50 GHz processor with 8MB Intel Smart Cache and Hyper Threading technology. CyberpowerPC also has the Hadron 100a featuring AMD A-series "APUs" and its FM2 socket A75 chipset."

The base configuration of the Hadron 100i Gaming PC includes an EGVA Hadron Air Chassis powered by a 500 watt 80+ Gold power supply. There's also an Intel Core i5-4440 processor clocked up to 3.10 GHz (3 MB Intel Smart Cache) and installed on an Intel Z87 Express Chipset motherboard. Other base specs include 8 GB of DDR3 1600 MHz memory, a 1 TB 7200 RPM HDD, a 24X slot-loading DVD-RW, and Windows 8.1 64-bit. Pricing for this rig starts at $799.

The base configuration of the Hadron 100a Gaming PC includes an EGVA Hadron Air Chassis powered by a 500 watt 80+ Gold power supply. The rig also contains an AMD A8-6400K APU clocked at 3.90 GHz mounted on an AMD A75 Chipset Mainboard, AMD Radeon HD 8670D graphics and 4 GB of DDR3 1600 MHz memory. Additional specs include a 500 TB 7200 RPM HDD, a 24X slot-loading DVD-RW, and Windows 8.1 64-bit. This rig has a starting price of $599.

The company also offers two additional models: the Hadron Air 200i with a starting price of $1135, and the Hadron Air 300i with a starting price of $1589. All four models provide up to four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI output, DisplayPort output, DVI output, an eSATA port, Ethernet and optional Wireless networking, audio output and more.

"All CyberPowerPC systems are assembled and supported in the USA," states the company press release. "Every system is meticulously built including precise cable routing to ensure optimal airflow and a clean aesthetic appearance. CyberPowerPC loads every system with Microsoft Windows 8.1 for an enhanced gaming and multimedia experience. All CyberPowerPC desktop gaming systems include an industry-best 3-year limited warranty."

For more information about these new gaming rigs, head here.

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    ubercake , October 24, 2013 7:42 AM
    So... Just out of curiosity, I tried to price one with an R9 290x and the configurator indicated the included 500W PSU was not enough once I chose the R9 290x. I went to change the PSU and found that I couldn't? Don't get me wrong... CyberpowerPC is a great company, but apparently, this Mini-ITX setup is not set up to facilitate the power requirements of AMD's latest cards? It seems like 40A on the 12V as it is with the included PSU would be enough, but the configurator displays the warning symbol?
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    hents1230 , October 24, 2013 10:29 AM
    how you couldnt change psu? get the one thats meant for ITX cases, there are not many like it, but there are
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    jessterman21 , October 24, 2013 11:04 AM
    "I'm going to get one of these with a dual-core APU!"

    said no one, ever.
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    Braunsleeve , October 24, 2013 3:40 PM
    Just noticed a slight error... In the fourth paragraph, it says 500 TB instead of GB. I doubt you could get that much storage for $600 of PC.
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    doomtomb , October 24, 2013 8:53 PM
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    Just noticed a slight error... In the fourth paragraph, it says 500 TB instead of GB. I doubt you could get that much storage for $600 of PC.


    Typical writing at Tom's.
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    ubercake , October 25, 2013 7:59 AM
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    how you couldnt change psu? get the one thats meant for ITX cases, there are not many like it, but there are

    Only one choice for PSU was offered under the PSU section - 500W EVGA PSU.
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    jessterman21 , October 25, 2013 8:25 AM
    Quote:
    Quote:
    how you couldnt change psu? get the one thats meant for ITX cases, there are not many like it, but there are

    Only one choice for PSU was offered under the PSU section - 500W EVGA PSU.


    Yep, and I believe it's a proprietary form-factor. You can run a Titan on it, but not sure if it would handle the heat+power of the 290X.