by Matthew Murray - March 2, 2017
CyberPowerPC GAMER MASTER ULTRA
Outstanding performance, particularly on multithreaded workloads. Elegant case design.
BOTTOM LINE: Loaded with AMD's new flagship Ryzen 7 1800X CPU, the CyberPower Gamer Master Ultra is a compelling fusion of gaming and processing performance at a delectable price.
CyberPowerPC GAMER MASTER ULTRA
by Dave Altavilla, Marco Chiappetta - Tuesday, January 10, 2017
CyberPowerPC Goes All Out
Finally, we get to a system for the true hardcore gamer and, dare we say,"baller" - yeah that sounds appropriate. What do you get when you combine a killer gaming rig with fresh copper piping and a roll cage? This burly beast...
by Tom's Guide Staff Jan 7, 2017, 9:00 AM
Tom's Guide CES 2017 Awards: Best New Tech
Best Gaming PC: CyberPower Luxe
CyberPower manages to out-crazy itself every CES, making its new Luxe PC an easy pick for our favorite gaming desktop of the show. The CyberPower Luxe looks like it rolled out of a monster truck show in the best way possible, with a stunning, cage-like chassis that you can easily lift open to access the rainbow of backlit components waiting inside. With support for multiple graphics cards, the highest-end processors and a variety of custom cooling options, the Luxe is just as much a geeky work of art as it is a beastly gaming desktop.
MORE: CyberPower Luxe Hands-On
by The Editors of Tom's Hardware January 7, 2017 at 1:15 PM
Tom's Hardware's CES 2017 Best In Show
Most Improved CyberPowerPC Prostreamer II
Last year, we selected CyberPowerPC's Prostreamer dual-system gaming and streaming desktop as the Most Innovative Gaming System in our top CES picks. This year, we're inclined to endow the Prostreamer II with the title of Most Improved Gaming Desktop of CES 2017 for its impressive evolution.
by Derek Forrest January 4, 2017 at 6:00 AM
CyberPowerPC Syber M Xtreme 400 Review
The CyberPowerPC Syber M Xtreme 400 is a compelling option for anyone looking to tango with an X99 platform. The custom-designed chassis stands out against similarly priced competition, and the factory-overclocked graphics card and speedy memory further justifies its overall value. Although we weren't thrilled with the conservative overclock and uninspiring SSD performance, the Syber M Xtreme 400 contends with Z170 platforms with higher-clocked CPUs while offering more PCIe lanes and processing cores than the i7-6700K-equipped systems. The Syber M Xtreme 400 earns CyberPowerPC a Tom's Approved award for its unique design, competitive performance, and reasonable price.
CyberPowerPC Syber M Xtreme 400
by PCWizKid's Tech Talk
CyberPowerPC Syber M Elite 300 Gaming PC Review
The Syber M Elite 300 proves onces again how experienced CyberPowerPC is when it comes to putting a gaming system together that looks and performs with high standards in mind. The clean interior and choice of components make this gaming rig not just a beautiful sightto see and a pleasure to play your favorite latest gaming titles at highest possible graphics settings. Backed by exceptional performance from the Intel Core i7 6700K running at set at 4.4Ghz out of the box and paired up with the EVGA GTX 1070 there was no doubt at the end of all the bencharks that the Syber M Elite 300 has absolutely delivered everything it set out to achieve for PC Gamers. Interesting to note also, that with the drop in price of DDR4 memory, this exact system comes now with 16GB of DDR4 memory instead of the 8GB that we had. This means even greater performance can be obtained. Defenitely a recommended system to buy for less than $1500 USD and PCWizKid's Tech Talk awarded it with "Editor's Choice" over other system builders out there.