Dominate your digital worlds with the CybertronPC Palladium 950X! This impressive system is ready to see you through all your battles. It starts with the powerful 6th Generation Intel Core i5-6400 Quad-Core processor running at 2.7GHz and full 8GB of blazing fast DDR4 memory. And it doesn’t stop there – driving the smooth-as-silk frame rates is a 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 video card – so you can experience your worlds in all their vibrant digital glory! For installation, back up and entertainment, the Palladium sports a handy DVDRW drive. And you can store tons of your games and all the bits of your digital life, with the 1TB Hard Drive. Rounding out the Palladium 950X are both wired and wireless networking, so you can rely on a stable and ultra-fast connection no matter where you are – at home, a LAN party, or anywhere your adventures take you. Lead the charge and win the battle – order your CybertronPC Palladium 950X today!

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I personally love this thing. What you’re really paying for here is the GTX 950; it plays all but the most recent games in 1920×1080 on the highest settings. Even something like Far Cry 3 or Max Payne 3 runs on high to Ultra. The CPU and RAM are not top of the line, you can definitely get 16 gigs and an I7. However, I have experienced absolutely no bottlenecking whatsoever: as far as I’m aware there aren’t really any games prior to this year that can utilize more than 8 gigs of RAM. And of course you can use all of it, because your 2 gigs of video RAM handle the graphics side of the house. If you’re really really concerned, it’ll cost you probably $30 for another 8 gigs of RAM, it’s one of the easiest things you can install, and it’s covered under warranty.Coming from an Asus laptop, and before that an HP, I’ll also give this a nod for not having bloatware. It’s great to be able to open Programs and Features, and apart from Microsoft and NVIDIA, everything there is…

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