Intel’s Z68 Express chipset made its debut not too long ago and CyberPower, a boutique PC builder, has already crafted a new lineup based on it. Their new series of Z68-based gaming systems will be powerful enough to run the latest games without burning a hole in your pockets. The Z68 gaming rigs start at a low price of $700 and its specs are:
- Thermaltake V3 mid-tower case
- Intel Core i5 2500K
- Gigabyte GA=Z68A-D3-B3
- 8GB of DDR3-1333
- GeForce GT 520 graphics card
- 1TB SATA III hard drive
- 500W PSU
- 24X DVD burner
You’ll need to pump in an additional $104 for Windows Home Premium though if you don’t have an operating system to install on the computer (Linux anyone?).
For those of you who want the Z68 chipset, but need a computer for more than gaming, CyberPower also has the Power Mega series of high performance graphics workstations. But those computers start at $1,200 and come with better hardware like the NVIDIA Quadro 600 graphics card, NZXT H2 mid-tower case, 700W power supply, 12X Blu-ray player and Windows 7 Professional 64-bit. Head here to configure your own CyberPower Z68 PC.
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