Is the Intel Core i7-4770K-infused, custom-built CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme 5200 with graphic card able to handle multitasking between gaming and running programs smoothly?
Ah we cannot have one word post, well they don't count to much, but it never said we can't have a post about one word posts. o3o Lol Any this looks like a nice build and I would love to get my hands on it, been after a desktop for a while myself.
Oh that would be so nice to replace my current PC. Its a few years old and its due for a new build. Fingers crossed!
That seems highly unlikely. Unless you have a terrible PSU, that isn't an issue. I know a guy who ran a dual 670 SLI setup on an HX750. He now has a single GTX670 and an AX750. Power won't be an issue with this product.
For reference: http://www.pcpartpicker.com/user/iamapropos/
I would certainly take one, looks good!
Aside from the tower and the cooler that's almost the exact specs of my dream build I went on newegg the other day to throw in my cart and fidget with my finger over the checkout tab before sighing and exiting out of the screen. =/
Nice and all but... Where's the RAM in the picture? :O. Hope the person that wins this will have fun with it!
This is an awesome build. Future proof, You guys did a awesome job!
Wow! Amazing Machine and Giveaway. Thanks Cyber Power and HotHardware for a chance at this awesome giveaway. Good luck to all! My fingers are crossed!
yes , this build needs a nice home and someone who will love it and caress it . namely it needs me . lol .
the perfect gift! i rly like its abilities! plzzz let me win this..! :D
This is an incredible build, and I could use the win, my current PC is falling apart one component at a time right now, Hard Drive, sound card, and I can't wait to see what's next. :(
not only do i have a passion for networking and hope to get a job as a network admin but to have an awesome rig like this would be a dream come true! :) Good luck to all participants and let the luck be with you :p
People saying it isn't enough power are crazy, I'm running an OC'd 3930k CPU and dual OC'd 7970's with an 850 watt. 1000 is good for 3 7970's for sure, you might even be able to do 7990+7970 with the 800W in this build.
i like this build and would love to win it, however, what i'd really like to see is a mini-ITX z87 build with Fractals Node304 case.