CyberPower Announces AMD Phenom II X4 -Based Dragon Gaming Desktop PCs

CyberPower Inc. has announced its Gamer Dragon series - a family of custom-built, high-def desktop workstations based on AMD's new Phenom II X4 CPU.

BALDWIN PARK, CA (February, 2009) - CyberPower Inc., a manufacturer of custom gaming machines, notebook systems, and high performance workstations, today announced its Gamer Dragon series - a family of custom -built, high -def desktop workstations based on AMD's new Phenom II X4 CPU.


CyberPower is offering three Dragon -platform base models: the entry -level Gamer Dragon 8000, the mid -range Gamer Dragon 9000 and the high -end Gamer Dragon CrossFire X Ultimate. Each model in the family can be custom -configured by the end user.

Standard features on all Gamer Dragon models include AMD Phenom II X4 CPU 920/940 CPUS; AMD 790GX motherboard; 4GB PC6400 DDR2/800 memory; ATi Radeon video graphic cards for GPU accelerated graphic effects and rendering; high capacity SATA -II hard drives and Blu -Ray or DVD optical drives, and Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium edition. The low -cost and high -performance Phenom II makes the CyberPower Gamer Dragon line an excellent choice for your high -definition entertainment and gaming needs.

The CyberPower Gamer Dragon lineup includes:

The Gamer Dragon 8000, which features all the base components of the AMD "Dragon" specifications, and includes AMD Phenom™II X4 920 Quad -Core CPU , ATI Radeon HD 4850, 4GB PC6400 DDR2/800 Dual Channel Memory and a 500GB SATA II hard drive, 20x DVD rewritable drive, 16X DVD -Rom drive. Price of this configuration is $805.

The Gamer Dragon 9000 is CyberPower's mid -range system and includes AMD Phenom™II X4 920 Quad -Core CPU, Asetek Liquid Cooling System, 4GB PC6400 DDR2/800 Dual Channel Memory a 1 terabyte SATA II hard drive, Radeon's HD 4870 512MB video card, Blu -Ray player, 20x DVD rewriteable drive, HD 7.1 onboard sound, Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium Service Pack 1 64 -bit Edition and Cooler Master's new Storm Sniper full tower case. Price of this configuration is $1139.

The pro -model Gamer Dragon CrossFire X Ultimate system features the AMD Phenom™II X4 940 Quad -Core CPU, Asetek liquid cooling System, a pair of super fast ATI Radeon HD4870 2GB 16x video cards running CrossFire X mode. Other enhancements to this model include, Blu -Ray Player, 20x DVD rewriteable drive, 12in1 Flash Media Reader, NZXT Khaos black full tower case with dual 800 -watt power supplies and Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium Service Pack 1 64 -bit Edition. Price of this configuration is $2235.

Gamer Dragon systems are available direct from CyberPower and can be customized from the company web site with numerous component and monitor options. All CyberPower computer systems come with a 3 -year limited warranty and free lifetime labor and phone support.

About CyberPower Inc.

CyberPower Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com was founded in 1998 and has emerged as one of the leading custom computer system manufacturers. Headquartered in Baldwin Park in Southern California, CyberPower manufactures and distributes a complete line of custom built gaming machines, notebook systems and high performance workstations to meet the unique needs of gamers, businesses, government agencies, educational institutions and other end -users. For more information contact: Sales (800)707 -0393; Email cyberpower@cyberpowerpc.com.

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