Sunday, 7 April 2013

CyberPower LAN Mini-H2o Desktop Gaming PC

When it comes to cranking out some pretty badass gaming machines,
CyberPower is no chump. They are known for their blazing fast,
ultra-sleek systems and their latest innovation is sure to have gamers
and PC speed-freaks alike drooling with anticipation. The CyberPower LAN
Mini-H2o is being touted as the world's smallest liquid-cooled gaming
system and it's certainly no slouch when it comes to the rest of its
assets either.
The CyberPower LAN Mini-H2o is definitely on the compact side of things
when it comes to high-end gaming machines. Boxed up in a compact
Silverstone SST-SG05 chassis it measures only 11.25 x 8.75 x 7-in and
weighs just 10-lbs. And given all of the gear that Cyber Power has
managed to cram inside it's a wonder they had any room left for the
liquid cooling system and cool red lights. After all, we know that it's
the lights that make a gaming computer, right?
So what do you get inside, anyway? For starters, it's built with Intel
Core 2 Duo/Quad processors and you get your choice of video processors
from either ATI or Nvidia. Making this mini machine a viable option for
your home entertainment needs, the H2o sports wi-fi support and built-in
HDMI port. There's even an optional Blu-ray drive. Oh yeah, and before I
forget to mention it, the LAN Mini H2o also manages to make use of an
Asetek LCLC water-cooling system. But I guess the name gives that one
away, doesn't it?
The base model of the LAN Mini H2o's comes with an Intel Core 2 Quad
Q9550 and features Nvidia's GTS 250 video processor. Pricing for the LAN
Mini H2o starts at $965 and only goes up from there. Head on over to for more details and ordering information. Now, in
the immortal words of Wayne and Garth, game on.
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