Gaming PCs typically cost a lot of money. Gaming desktop maker CyberPower has announced some new gaming machines at CES that won’t break the bank for gamers on a budget. The machines include the CyberPower Gamer Xtreme line that are designed to use Intel Core i3 processors.
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The cheapest machine in the line is the 1000 series with Core i3 processor options and up to 4GB of RAM. The machine offers a 500GB SATA HDD, a DVD burner, and a NVIDIA GT 220 video card. The best machine in the line is the 6000 series.
The machine uses the Core i3-540 CPU on an Intel P55 chipset. It has 8Gb of RAM, 1TB of storage and a DVD burner and Blu-ray player starting at $1499. Graphics for the machine are via Radeon 5870. In between those two models are several other Gamer Extreme lines to meet any need and budget.
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