CyberPowerPC prepares new interesting Fang Trinity gaming computer

CyberPowerPC prepares new interesting Fang Trinity gaming computer

The maker of high-end gaming PCs CyberPowerPC is working on a new and rather interesting gaming PC called Fang Trinity. Apart from high-end specs, the new PC will soon impress gamers with its unusual chassis that looks like a three-pointed star.

The chassis is rather heavy though and you will not be able to move the computer a lot – it weights 10.8 kilograms (each “arrow” weighs about 3.6 kilograms). The weight is justified, though – the lower right “arrow” contains the power supply unit and some solid-state drives, the lower left “arrow” contains a mini-ITX board on the latest Intel Z97 chipset, an Intel Haswell processor and a liquid cooling system. The top “arrow” has various peripheral devices.

The top configuration of the Fang Trinity PC can offer you an Intel Core i7-4790K processor, 8 GB of RAM, three 512 GB SSDs, a 1 TB hard drive, a GeForce GTX 980 graphics card and a 500W PSU from Corsair.

No word on pricing as of now but as with every gaming PC you cannot expect the Fang Trinity to be cheap.

Source: CyberPowerPC

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