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CybertronPC Announces CLX: Customizable With Top-Notch Chassis

CybertronPC was marching through main street at PAX South and declared a rebranding that incorporates another logo, a redid site, and the dispatch of another “extravagance” gaming PC lineup called CLX. The brand expansion intends to offer completely adaptable desktop and portable PC PCs for top of the line execution lovers with an aggressive cost to-execution proportion.


CybertronPC’s CLX lineup, which remains for “CybertronPC Luxury Experience,” comprises of three diverse desktop arrangement and two distinctive portable PC alternatives. Each of the new models are named after Egyptian divine beings or are generally Egyptian-themed, each highlighting their own particular logo with the new CybertronPC logo consolidated into every remarkable framework logo and a scope of equipment alternatives.

Each of the three CLX desktop models has two case choices. The essential cases are altered InWin body that can be designed with inside LED lighting notwithstanding offering custom inside and outside paint choices. The auxiliary cases likewise offer these tasteful additional items.

The three desktop models offer three diverse structure variables, with equivalent design constraints. Be that as it may, they are all furnished with a shut circle CPU fluid cooler as a matter of course. Ra, the leader full-tower desktop, can be outfitted with up to an Intel Core i7-6700K or i7-5960X processor, up to four illustrations cards from AMD or Nvidia, and 64 GB of DDR4-2666 RAM.

It is likewise the main model offering custom fluid cooling choices for the CPU, GPU and motherboard, with either hardline or delicate tubing. The auxiliary case alternative is a tweaked BitFenix case. Ra is the embodiment of the CLX desktop lineup’s execution and style, which CybertronPC accepts to be as capable and splendid as the sun.

The Scarab is the CLX lineup’s smaller than normal ITX little frame component offering, and it can be furnished with up to an Intel Core i7-6700K, up to 16 GB of DDR4-2666 RAM, and a solitary GPU. CybertronPC doesn’t offer a X99 variation of the Scarab, however it can bolster up to a Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X or AMD R9 Fury design card.

The Scarab’s auxiliary case alternative is a redone Silverstone small scale ITX skeleton, and this bug appears like it can chomp.