If you happen to be shopping around for a pre-built system for Christmas and you haven't landed on one just yet, then you may want to check out Cyberpower this week as the boutique system builder is giving away up to ten games with its systems, including some of 2016's best releases like Watch Dogs 2, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Civ VI and Doom.
There are three bundles available, you can pick up an AMD or Intel system with ten games, an Intel X99 or Z170 rig with nine games or a cheaper AMD FX-6300 based rig with four free games.
At £649, you can grab a system with an AMD FX-6300, 8GB of RAM, a 500GB SSD and a GTX 1050Ti, which will come with free copies of Watch Dogs 2, Maize, DOOM and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. You can find the same system featuring an RX 480 instead for £799, which will come with the same set of games.
If you have anywhere between £899 and £1599 to spend, then you can step up to the nine game bundle. On the X99 side, you can grab a system with an Intel Core i7 6800K, 16GB of RAM and a GTX 1070 for £1599, or you can opt for a Z170 system which comes with a Core i7 6700, 8GB of RAM and a GTX 1050 for £899. Both of these systems come with nine games including Rainbow Six Siege, Vermintide, Watch Dogs 2, Mafia III, Maize, a £20 Steam voucher and more.
On the highest-end of the spectrum, you can grab an AMD Radeon system featuring a Core i7 6700, 8GB of RAM and an RX 470 for £1099, or you can pick up an X99/Nvidia system with a Core i7 6800K, 16GB of RAM and a GTX 1060 for £1449. Both of these systems come with the ten game bundle.
If you are looking to get your system before Christmas, then you will be able to do so for free as long as you order before the end of tomorrow. After that, Christmas delivery will cost extra and any orders placed after the 20th of December won't get there in time. You can find all of the deals and bundles available from Cyberpower, HERE.
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KitGuru Says: These bundles would be pretty good if you are looking to get into PC gaming for the very first time. It's certainly not a bad selection of titles to start off with, after all some of the best games of the year are included. Have any of you guys bought a system from Cyberpower before?