CyberpowerPC has this week unveiled their new small form factor Zeus Mini gaming PC the team has created, which even with its SFF design contains enough room for a powerful gaming graphics card.
The CyberpowerPC Zeus Mini gaming PC measures just 4.4 x 13 x 17.5 inches deep but still allows for graphics cards such as the AMD’s R9 290 or NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 780 to be installed. Allowing gamer to not compromise on graphical processing power even with a smaller form factor.
The new CyberpowerPC Zeus Mini gaming PC is now available to purchase with prices starting at $599 for the basic system rising up to an eye watering $1,479 for the CyberpowerPC Zeus Mini flagship model equipped with a 3.5GHz Core i7 processor and GTX 780 graphics card.
“Smite the opposition with gaming enhancing components and features in the Zeus Mini Gaming system. With dual-channel DDR3 gaming performance memory up to 2133MHz and ridiculously fast SSDs from Intel, Corsair, and more, you’ll have no problems loading into maps and dungeons long before your opponents do. Let the slaying begin.”
For more information on the new range of CyberpowerPC Zeus Mini PCs jump over to the CyberpowerPC website for details.
Source: CyberpowerPCFiled Under: Gaming News, Hardware, Top News