CyberPower unveils it has selected Cooler Master's Storm cases for its next-generation gaming systems:
The first Storm case to be released is the most-anticipated Storm Sniper. The Storm Sniper was designed and built by gamers for gamers. It has more than enough room to park your storage devices with five 5.25-inch drive bays and five internal 3.5-inch drive bays. It also has a bottom-mounted PSU and it comes with a top-mounted 230mm fan, front and side-mounted 200mm fans, as well as a rear-mounted 120mm fan. At the front top of the case is a built-in fan controller which has a button in the middle of it that allows you to switch off the LEDs that are built into the fans.
Along with the CM Storm line products, CyberPower will also be one of the first OEM builders to carry the new Cooler Master V10 hybrid TEC cooler.
Combining the Cooler Master Storm Sniper and V10 hybrid TEC cooler into CyberPower's next generation gaming systems will allow its customers to experience gaming like never before. The new CM Storm Sniper features the revolutionary High Air Flow structure, which aims to keep the air inside the case just as cool as the air outside. The CM Storm Sniper will be available on CyberPower’s website beginning December 24th.
In addition, CyberPower will display some upcoming 2009 systems at CES in Las Vegas at the Palazzo Suites. CyberPower will unveil gaming systems featuring the world’s fastest GPU by nVidia, AMD’s new Phenom II Dragon platform and other Quadro CX workstations.