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We first spied CyberPower PC’s funktastically designed Trinity gaming PC at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year. Back then, Trinity was in the prototype stage, and all too often we’ve seen such things turn to vaporware. Not this time. CyberPower today announced that its Trinity PC is available to configure and order, with prices starting at $955 for an AMD configuration.
Before we get to the available configurations, let’s talk a moment about the design. Trinity is unique in that it consists of three distinct compartments, or blades. This is partially to maximize cooling, as each compartment gets its own cooling scheme.
The “Performance Blade” contains the graphics card with support for full-length models, such as the GeForce Titan X or Radeon R9 series. You can also mount several solid state drives adjacent to the graphics card.
There’s also a “CPU Blade” that’s compatible with mini ITX motherboards, and a “Storage Blade” that can house up to three SSDs, two HDDs, and a slim optical drive.
Now, onto the configurations. It starts with the Trinity 100 ($955), which includes an AMD A10-7700K CPU, 8GB DDR3-1600 RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card, MSI A88XI AC motherboard, 120GB + 1TB SSD/HDD combo, 8X DVD writer, and Windows 8.1
Next up is the Trinity 200 ($1,339) — Core i5 4690K CPU, 16GB DDR3-1600 RAM, GeForce GTX 960 GPU, Gigabyte Z97N WiFi mobo, 240GB SSD + 2TB HDD, 8X DVD writer, and Windows 8.1.
Finally, there’s the Trinity Xtreme ($1,795). It comes with an Intel Core i7 5820K CPU, 16GB DDR4-2400 RAM, GeForce GTX 970 graphics card, ASRock X99E-ITX/AC motherboard, 240GB SSD + 2TB HDD, 8X DVD burner, and Windows 8.1.
All of these configurations are customizable — just head here and start clicking.
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