CyberPowerPC Refreshes Entire Product Line With Intel Haswell-E CPUs And X99 Chipset

It’s early in the day, but CyberPowerPC has already announced that it’s refreshing its entire lineup of custom rigs with Intel’s new Haswell-E processors and X99-based motherboards.

A base configuration for a CyberPowerPC system rolling with an Intel X99-based motherboard and a Haswell-E processor starts at $1,699 and features an Intel Core i7-5820K processor, MSI X99 SLI, Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 GPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, 2TB 7200 HDD, Blu-ray combo drive and an 800W PSU.

If you opt for a FANG III full-tower gaming rig, you can also grab yourself a custom liquid cooling system.

The three Intel chips available in CyberPowerPC systems are the Intel Core i7-5820K (six cores, twelve threads, 3.3 GHz/3.9 GHz Turbo), Intel Core i7-5930K (six cores, twelve threads, 3.5 GHz/4.0 GHz Turbo), and the Intel Core i7-5960X (eight cores, 3.0 GHz).

Systems sporting the new gear are available today.

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  • Amdlova
    I want to see some benchies of 5820 maybe asrock trow a motherboard with Free your 40 lanes of PCI with one click...
  • lp231
    I thought them X99 boards were going to be mad expensive, but the cheapest one so far is from MSI at $230
  • jasonelmore
    is there anyway motherboard manufacturers can get around the 28 lane limitation?