It looks like CyberPower is going to dominate with the launch of another Core i7 flagship processor launch. By the time you read this the Black Mamba with Venom Technology will be available on their website at the cost of 3999.00 USD. This is a full 500 Dollars less than the Black Pearl launched back in November when the Core i7 965 EE was released.
I am not going to sit here comfortably behind my keyboard and tell you that buying the latest and greatest processor is great value, but if you are in the market for such a system it is hard to go wrong with the Black Mamba from CyberPower. The least efficient path to travel down is trying to acquire all of the components separately and building your own since CyberPower was able to put the Black Mamba together for less than you can purchase and ship the components. Taking into account the amount of time it takes to build a full system, configure the software and then find all of the sweet spots for the BIOS settings, I would say that the Black Mamba is a hell of a deal; give it an infomercial and watch the orders come flying in.
The components list for the Black Mamba shows us that CyberPower has not chosen to go down the path of so many others, using custom components of lesser quality. Every part used comes from a big name manufacturers; GIGABYTE, Intel, ASUS, Kingston. It is a virtual who's who of companies known for their high quality products and components used to make them.
With all of the little details laid out it is easy to forget the obvious; the Black Mamba in the standard configuration is one of the fastest systems that money can buy today. If you are in the market for a high quality gaming computer that kicks ass and takes names, put CyberPower on your list of companies to visit. Judging from our previous launch day reviews I have a feeling you will be taking a good look once you start to compare the prices against other system builders, CyberPower seems to just have the connections to do it at a lower cost than anyone else.
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