CyberPower’s latest gaming PC will run on the AMD A-Series which will boast of all new APUs (Accelerated Processing Units). To put it a more plain manner, you will see it being integrated with the CPU alongside the fastest onboard GPU and memory controller, all onto a single die, delivering low power consumption and high performance without breaking the bank.
Just how well will it perform? For starters, the new A-series APU has double the cache of previous AMD hardware (in its class, of course), featuring AMD’s Radeon 6000 series graphics chipset that will incorporate Microsoft’s DirectX 11 technology to deliver an ultra-realistic gaming experience. Apart from that, your gaming experience should also benefit from AMD Turbo Core and VISION Engine graphics technology, in addition to native multi-monitor support just in case a single, large screen display is not good enough for you.
This new architecture will see action across a broad range of gaming PCs, the Gamer Ultra series included. Pricing starts from an extremely affordable $600 onwards, depending on what you finally want to cram inside.
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