CyberpowerPC have introduced their new Zeus Mini gaming desktop computer with considerable power despite its small form factor. It sports a Mini ITX motherboard inside its diminutive 11.2 cm wide, 33 cm tall and 44 cm deep package. CyberpowerPC also provides “extreme cooling performance” because the user can install a 240mm closed-loop liquid cooling system into the computer.
The Zeus Mini system comes in two different versions, one that includes a 3.7 GHz AMD ‘Kaven’ A10-7850K APU, which includes integrated graphics and 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a 500GB hard drive and Windows 8.1. This base model will set you back $599. The higher end edition costs $1479 and includes a significant step-up in performance with an Intel ‘Haswell’ Core i7-4770K CPU, the Nvidia GTX 780 GPU, 16GB of RAM along with 2 TB of hard drive storage.
Despite being a small form PC, CyberpowerPC have also managed to make the Zeus Mini into a fully upgradable machine because it makes use of full desktop components.The user can upgrade the CPU, GPU and of course the power supply for when you’ve added in some more power hungry hardware.
CyberpowerPC state that the Zeus Mini will begin shipping on February 11th. You can place your order by visiting their website here.