The Gamer Ultra GUA390 Gaming Desktop Computer from CyberpowerPC comes fully loaded to suit all of your computing needs. Whether you are a gamer or enjoy your multimedia, the GUA390 has the hardware to run all of your games and content smoothly.
The computer is equipped with a 3.6GHz AMD FX-4100 Zambezi quad-core processor with 4MB of cache memory. It's also got 8GB of DDR3 SDRAM. The SATA III 7200rpm hard drive has a data storage capacity of 2TB, giving you ample room for storing your gaming content, HD video, music and more. The storage controller has a SATA II interface with 4 channels, and may be set up in a RAID 0, 1, or 10 backup configuration, or as a JBOD, with optional additional drives.
Accelerate and improve your graphics with the AMD Radeon HD7750 graphics card with PCI Express x16 interface, which comes equipped with 1GB of dedicated on board memory. Connecting your GUA390 to a display is easy with the HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort connection options. Along with enhanced graphics, benefit from integrated 5.1 channel HD surround sound. The computer also has a 24x DVD±RW dual-layer Super-Multi drive.
As far as interfaces, this PC has 2 PS/2 Style, 7 USB 2.0, a 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45, 3 audio jacks, a D-Sub (VGA), and a COM 1 serial port.
The GUA390 comes with a wide variety of expansion bays, giving you the opportunity to grow your computer significantly. With 3 external 5.25", 2 external 3.5", and 5 internal 3.5" expansion bays, as well as 1 PCI Express x16, 1 PCI Express x1, 2 PCI, and 2 DIMM 240-pin expansion slots, you can upgrade your GUA390 quickly and easily.
All of this is housed within a CoolerMaster Elite 431 Mid-Tower chassis. Also supplied are a USB gaming keyboard and mouse.
Windows 8 (64-bit) is the installed operating system. Windows 8 replaces the traditional Start menu with a redesigned Start screen. The Start screen features tiles that update in real-time, which provide faster access to news, weather forecasts, sports scores, social network updates and more. Windows 8 also focuses more on cloud storage as well as apps, which can be downloaded from the Windows Store.