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CyberPower intros gaming PCs with NVIDIA 3D Vision graphics

updated 03:30 pm EDT, Fri June 4, 2010

CyberPower outs six 3D-ready NVIDIA gaming PCs

Custom PC maker CyberPower on Friday announced the release six gaming desktop PCs that have NVIDIA's 3D Vision graphics technology. There are four systems from the Gamer Xtreme series and two in the Gamer Ultra series. All ship with a 22-inch Samsung 3D LCD and 3D Vision stereoscopic glasses. The systems are powered by AMD's Phenom II or else Intel's Core i5 or Core i7 processors.

Every one of the systems has an NVIDIA GTS- or GTX-series graphics card, with dedicated RAM ranging from 896MB to 1.5GB. Prices for the standard 3D systems range from $1,289 to $2,999. All of the systems are available to order today, but their shipping times vary based on the model and trim.

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