We’ve heard of dual-CPU and dual-GPU configurations, but two separate computers inside a single chassis? That’s what CyberPowerPC concocted, and it’s not a prototype, but a real system.
Why two PCs? It’s for playing games and streaming at the same time. By handing off streaming chores to a dedicated system, gamers don’t need to worry about dropped framerates or degraded performance from trying to share resources.
We caught up with CyberPowerPC to check out its Pro Streamer in person. It’s a nice looking system with two power buttons on the outside — one for each configuration — and liquid cooling on the inside.
The setup we looked at had two graphics cards and an AverMedia streaming card inside, though you can customize the build. There are three baseline configurations to build upon, the Pro Streaming I100 starting at $1,899. the Pro Streaming I200 starting at $2,635, and the Pro Streaming I300 starting at $3,119, all available now.
CyberPowerPC also brought along its 34-inch all-in-one PC. When you think of AIO systems, gaming doesn’t usually come to mind, but this particular setup has an Intel Core i7-6700K processor paired with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card. Combined with a big, curvy panel, this is one badass AIO.
Have a look:
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