CyberPower is well know for their range of gaming rigs, where the Black Mamba is the latest in a long family line. It heralds a new era by relying on Corsair’s Obsidian 800D chassis, cramming in an Intel Core i7 platform (Core i7 920, Core i7 975 or Core i7 960 Extreme processors) that ought to find favor across a wide budget range. You will be able to choose from a Gigabyte, Asus or EVGA X58 motherboard, with the ability to equip this with a couple of water-cooled Radeon HD 5870 graphics card, fitting in a maximum of 24GB RAM, a Blu-ray and a DVD writer, an SSD/HDD or SSD/HDD RAID setup and a 12-in-1 memory card reader. With all those components within, it makes perfect sense to have a 1000W Thermaltake PSU running within. Each CyberPower Black Mamba is come pre-loaded with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, with prices starting from $3,779 upwards.