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CyberpowerPC Has An AIO Gaming PC, Too (Updated)

CyberpowerPC seemed like one of the few vendors at CES that marched to the beat of its own drum with the debut of the ProStreamer, but the company jumped on the all-in-one (AIO) gaming PC bandwagon when it announced the Archus 34, another curved-screen gaming AIO desktop that can be configured with up to Intel 6th generation (Skylake) desktop processors and full-sized graphics cards.

The Archus 34 is very similar to the other AIO gaming PCs that made their debut at CES, particularly Origin PC’s Omni. Official specs for the Archus 34 aren’t yet available, but here’s what we do know:

The Archus supports mini-ITX motherboards and full-sized graphics cards, including up to an Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X. In addition, the AIO can house a 120 mm closed loop liquid cooler. The Archus 34 is powered by a custom PSU that hasn’t been formally identified, but judging from the above picture, it appears to be 80 Plus Gold certified. There's also a detachable USB camera.

CyberpowerPC’s original estimation was that we would see the Archus 34 this January, but the company recently informed us that the product has been slated for release later this quarter.

Updated: 1/20/2016 3:47 PT: A change was made to remove a comparison to a different product.

Derek Forrest is an Associate Contributing Writer for Tom’s Hardware and Tom’s IT Pro. Follow Derek Forrest on Twitter. Follow us on Facebook, Google+, RSS, Twitter and YouTube.

  • kawininjazx
    I guess a neat concept but any gamer is going to want the monitor separate. The cost to repair this will be out of control.
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  • Geoffchad
    No, dude. Both of these AIOs are the same. You can't say one is different from another when they're EXACTLY the same- internals, layout, case/frame/structure, speakers, mount....

    http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/origin-omni-hands-on/#/4

    Look at them closely side by side. They're the same except one has a Cyberpower logo and the other has an Origin logo.

    The "AIO chassis" as these companies purchase it and assemble for sale is from the same vendor.
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  • Quixit
    I guess a neat concept but any gamer is going to want the monitor separate. The cost to repair this will be out of control.

    I totally agree, this is a really stupid product. The whole thing is just too much trouble, and if you have space for a giant TV, you have space for a mITX box to sit under it/behind it.
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  • thundervore
    So let me understand this.....They make an all in one PC that is built into the monitor and ONLY decide to cool the CPU and leave out the GPU?

    What are they dumb? Who not watercool the GPU also into the same loop or a different loop?
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  • kewlbootz
    I don't think this is aimed towards to the DIY PC gamer market, though. This is probably going to be marketed to those with the cash and without the know-how. Especially with the advent of VR that requires a chunky PC to function, I expect we'll start seeing a lot of powerful rigs made up in ways that just don't make sense to enthusiasts.
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  • jasonelmore
    So let me understand this.....They make an all in one PC that is built into the monitor and ONLY decide to cool the CPU and leave out the GPU?

    What are they dumb? Who not watercool the GPU also into the same loop or a different loop?

    water cooling is not space efficient. It takes twice the amount of area, than air cooling. That's why you dont see many watercooled laptops. The radiator they use for the CPU cannot possibly handle a additional 250w of heat output. The CPU is only pushing 85W max.

    As long as they have a hole in the back for the GPU blower, then this should stay pretty cool.
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  • lorfa
    Wowsers, how much does that weigh?!
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  • captaincharisma
    I guess a neat concept but any gamer is going to want the monitor separate. The cost to repair this will be out of control.

    I totally agree, this is a really stupid product. The whole thing is just too much trouble, and if you have space for a giant TV, you have space for a mITX box to sit under it/behind it.

    i agree. a gamer wants a flexible system that will let them upgrade more then the GPU and hard drive
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  • turkey3_scratch
    Actually kind of nifty seeing this in the back of a monitor. I wish they released bare-bones monitors like this so we could build our own AIO systems.
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  • g-unit1111
    Nice idea, but I draw the line at the Enhance PSU. :lol:
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