CyberPower Launches Power Mega II Workstations

Available in three versions - the 1000, 2000 and 3000 series, the systems target photo and video enthusiasts at the low end with systems that start at about $1,000, CAD professionals with systems from about $2,200, and high end configurations from about $3,500. The base system comes equipped with a Core i5-3570K CPU, 8 GB memory, 1 TB HDD space and Nvidia Quadro 600 card for $999. Upgrade options include CPUs up to a Core i7-3770K, overclocking, liquid cooling, SSDs, up to 32 GB memory, and more powerful graphics cards (up to a Quadro 6000) that can elevate the system price to more than $11,000.

Upgrade to a Xeon system with E5-2687W processors and you will be looking at a price range between $6,000 and about $17,000. Yowza.

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  • amuffin
    Workstations should never include overclocking.
  • hijaxhfx
    Is Cyber-power any good?
  • leakingpaint
    Holy Moly! I want one...but my bank account doesn't...