CyberPower announced its Sandy Bridge systems are available again. The company pulled these systems of the market after Intel's announcement of a SATA flaw in the 6-series chipsets, but this issue has now been resolved.
CyberPower Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com, a manufacturer of custom gaming machines, today announced it is immediately taking orders on custom-built desktop gaming systems based on Intel’s second-generation Core i7, i5, and newly introduced, i3 Sandy Bridge processors.
Beginning today, CyberPower will offer the Intel Sandy Bridge processor with fixed “Cougar” B3 chipsets across its entire lineup of award winning Gamer Xtreme and Infinity models and through its custom Configurator. CyberPower customers can be assured of ordering a custom system that brings exciting new performance features to desktop PC gaming as well as HD video, 3D games, multitasking, multimedia, or sharing photos.
Among the many models to feature the new processors will be the Gamer Xtreme 1000, 2000, and 5000. CyberPower gaming rigs with Sandy Bridge processors along with the 6 series chipset deliver the performance needed for HD video and photo editing, 3D gaming, and extreme multitasking.
To celebrate the relaunch of Sandy Bridge and the annual NCAA March Madness tournament, CyberPower is spreading the madness with a month-long giveaway on Facebook. The giveaway features awesome prizes daily from brands CyberPower customers all know and love: Intel, NVIDIA, Razer, Kingston, Gigabyte, EVGA and more. To enter, visit CyberPower’s official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/cyberpowerinc.
All CyberPower Sandy Bridge-based systems are preloaded with Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium with Service Pack 1. All models can be easily customized with a number of hard drive and/or SSD, optical drive, memory, and other peripheral component options at the CyberPower website. CyberPower backs every desktop PC with its industry-best 3-year limited warranty.
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Re: CyberPower Sandy Bridge desktop PCs relaunched by Anonymous on Saturday, February 26 2011 @ 18:36:19 CET