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  Centaurus Computers - We take pride in building high quality custom computers for gamers and professionals who demand top performance, reliability and professional technical support. Our custom gaming computers are built with the best parts available, we make sure every configuration is well balanced and does not have weak spots. We constantly update configurations and add new hardware to achieve best customization possible. At Centaurus Computers we know that high quality gaming computer can make all the difference between victory and defeat in the hands of a professional gamer. Our gaming computers push FPS to the limit with overclocked componets and optimization. At the same time we deliver top reliability and speed for gamers and professionals of all fields.


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AMD APU computer configurator

AMD APU Configurator
Starting Configuration:

AMD A6-6400K Richland APU
AMD FM2+ Motherboard
4GB DDR3 1600MHz RAM
500GB SATA-III Hard Drive
AMD HD 8570D 1GB Video
24x DVD/RW Burner


Gaming with restricted budget should not be hard. AMD proves that with top quality APU processors.

AMD FX Custom

AMD FX Configurator
Starting Configuration:

AMD FX 4300 4.0GHz CPU
AMD 970AM3+ Motherboard
8GB DDR3 1600Hz RAM
Radeon R7 360 2GB Video
500W Power Supply


Eight Core 5.0GHz beasts are available along with affordable Quads - all price levels in one place.

Intel i3 i5 configurator

H81 i3/i5 Configurator
Starting Configuration:

Intel Core i3 / G3258 CPU
Intel H81 Motherboard
4GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM
500GB SATA-III Hard Drive
Nvidia GT 740 1GB Video
24x DVD/RW Burner


Wide range of Intel i3/i5/i7 processors for every budget and performance level. You will find what you need.

Core i5 Custom Built

Intel “K” Configurator
Starting Configuration:

Intel i5 6600K Quad Core
Intel Z170 Motherboard
8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM
Nvidia GTX 950 2GB Video
500W Power Supply


Special edition Intel “K” processors are great for overclocking and top performance gaming.

Intel it X99 Configurator

X99 i7 DDR4 Config
Starting Configuration:

Intel i7 5820K Six-Core CPU
Intel X99 Motherboard
8GB DDR4 2133MHz RAM
500GB SATA-III Hard Drive
Nvidia GT 730 2GB Video
24x DVD/RW Burner


Top Intel LGA2011 platform for enthusiasts and professionals demanding only the best PC.

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Intel i5 Quad 6500 3.6GHz
256GB SSD + 500GB HDD
Radeon RX 480 8GB GPU
MSI B150I ITX Gaming
Corsair 430W PSU
Cooler Master Elite 130
Windows 10 PRO 64bit

Sentinel AMD FX Extreme


AMD FX-8350 8-Core 4.2GHz
Hybrid 1TB SSHD FireCuda
AMD Radeon RX 470 4GB
ASRock 970 Extreme MB
500W Power Supply TT
DeepCool Tesseract case
Windows 10 Pro 64bit

Berserk Intel
Berserk Intel gaming computer


Intel i5 6600K Quad 4.5G
480GB Solid State Drive
Radeon RX 480 8GB GD5
Intel Z170 Motheroard
650W Corsair PSU
Corsair Spec Alpha Case
Windows 10 64bit Pro

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Skylake CPU


We overclock our gaming computers!
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AMD processors provide unmatched performance in their price levels, with FX series dominating and new redesigned A6/A8/A10 Keveri APU as the best low end alternative today. Fast and affordable AMD based gaming computers are a great value in current gaming PC market.   (Full list of AMD gaming computers)

Draco AMD FX


Six-Core FX 6300 4.1GHz OC
Stock AMD FX CPU cooler
8GB DDR3 1600MHz RAM
Nvidia GTX 750 Ti 2GB GDDR5
AMD 760G USB3 Motherboard
24x DVD+-RW recorder SATA
Deepcool Tesseract case
Windows 10 64bit

Custom Draco
Delphius AMD 8-Core
Delphius PC


8-Core FX 8320 4.0+GHz
AMD FX Extreme CPU cooler
8GB DDR3 1600MHz RAM
1TB HDD 7200RPM WD Blue
Nvidia GTX 950 2GB GDDR5
AMD 970 USB3 Motherboard
24x DVD+-RW recorder SATA
Rosewill Galaxy case
Windows 10 64bit

Custom Delphius
Electra AMD 8-Core
Electra PC


8-Core FX 8320 4.2GHz OC
Arctic Freezer FA11 cooler
16GB DDR3 1600MHz RAM
Nvidia GTX 960 2GB GDDR5
AMD 970 Motherboard CFX
24x DVD+-RW recorder SATA
Corsair Carbide SPEC case
Windows 10 64bit

Custom Electra
Delta AMD Extreme


AMD 8xCore FX-9370 4.7GHz
Liquid Cooler CM Seidon 120V
16GB DDR3 1600MHz RAM
AMD Radeon R9 380 4GB G5
AMD 990FX Extreme CF/SLI
24x DVD+-RW Burner SATA
Zalman Z11+ HF1/NEO case
Windows 10 64bit

Custom Delta
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Intel custom computer

 Intel has redefined performance limits with new 2016 Skylake CPU family. Available in 3 price levels with i3/i5/i7 processors and excellent motherboards with standard features like PCI-e 3.0, USB 3.1, SATA-III. CrossFire and SLI multi-GPU setup available on most models.  (Full list of INTEL gaming computers here)

Virgo i5 gaming PC


Core i5 6500 3.6GHz Skylake
Stock cooler (upgrade avail.)
16GB DDR4 2133MHz RAM
Radeon RX 470 4GB GDDR5
Intel B150 Motherboard
Optional DVD drive
Rosewill Tyrfing Case
Intel Core Certified PSU
Windows 10 64bit

Custom Virgo
Scorpius  Intel i7


Core i7 Quad 6700 4.0GHz HT
Stock cooler (upgrade avail.)
16GB DDR4 2133MHz RAM
GeForce GTX 1060 3GB GDDR5
Intel B150 Motherboard
SATA 24x DVD/RW recorder
Enermax Ostrog case
i7 Certified Power Supply
Windows 10 64bit

Custom Scorpius
Helios Intel i5


Core i5 6600K 3.9GHz Quad
AIDOS Tower CPU cooler
16GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM
Radeon RX 480 4GB GDDR5
Intel Z170 Motherboard
Optional DVD drive
Rosewill Star Predator case
500W Power Supply
Windows 10 64bit

Custom Helios
Vega i7 Extreme


Broadwell i7 X6 6800K 3.8GHz
AquaChanger Liquid CPU cooler
16GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM
Radeon RX 480 8GB GDDR5
Intel X99 LGA2011-V2 SLI/CF
Optional DVD drive
Corsair Alpha Spec case
600W PSU 80+ Cert
Windows 10 64bit

Custom Vega
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- AMD Rizen is rising to glory even before it’s launch. Everybody is expecting this new AMD CPU built from the ground up and we are excited about it as well. First tests show really good performance that at least matches Intel in most tasks and a lot of people hope will surpass it in at least some. AMD FX should really go at this point, it’s so old, Rizen may bring AMD back from the ashes of CPU giant it once was.

- Soon we will get new Intel chips - 7 series. they come with updated 2xx chipset motherboards, which is nice, though we think Z170 is still good. Intel 7xxx series is called Kabi Lake, it will provide small incremental speed upgrades over 6xxx series. New motherboards will have a bit more PCi-e lanes for new storage options like M.2. Overall it's a good development and hopefully something to push AMD even further in Zen development.

- Nvidia GTX 1050 is out now! We will be adding it to all mid-low end configurations, replacing GTX 950. New GTX 1050 video card is around GTX 960 in terms of performance and it’s great for average 1080p gamer, especially for games like World Of Warcraft, Overwatch and others. Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti is also out and it’s around R9 380X in performance, a bit slower than RX 470 but not as expensive as well. GTX 1050 Ti has an added benefit of bigger memory size, 4GB vs 2GB on regular GTX 1050, which helps a lot with higher resolutions. 

- It's a fun time for PC gaming lovers. Looks like AMD may still have enough time to release Radeon RX 490 by the end of the year, which will put a dent in GTX 1070/1080 pricing which in turn will make us all so happy. There are still a lot of questions about this card but AMD lets leaks go through all the time to heat up the interest so you will know more soon enough.
 - Western Digital is back in SSD business. WD have announced WD Blue SSD (similar to Caviar Blue HDD) based on TLC which has improved lately with much better performance and endurance. So don't worry about TLC that much, most people will never see the difference in speed between TLC and MLC which is now significantly more expensive. We are glad to have another SSD player onboard as competition is always good in PC hardware. We have seen SSD prices go up a bit lately, most likely due to high demand for these memory chips and decline of HDDs, so any movement on this front is positive. Especially when such giant as WD make a move. 

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What kind of PC do you need for VR - virtual reality headsets?
That depends on which headset you are going to use. All of them include kind of similar requirements:
Good processor - on that - see below
8GB RAM minimum
GTX 1060 or AMD RX 470 and up
3x USB 3.0 ports (and 1x USB 2.0)
Windows 7 and up (or may need 10) 64bit
That sums it up mostly. 
Now for the processor - Oculus Rift wants Intel i5 4590 and above CPU, while others (like HTC) run on AMD FX x8 processors as well. Oculus does not like AMD processors at all, like none of them. They say AMD CPUs are weak in single-thread processing compared to Intel and so no AMD processor can be used with Oculus right now. Other VR headsets can work with AMD though. It makes us believe that it may not be the AMDs problem but rather poor optimization by Oculus for multi-core processors.¬ 
So to be on a safer side just pick any modern LGA 1151 Intel processor, add GTX 970 or Radeon equivalent GPU and 8GB RAM which is already standard these days, the rest you will most likely have already if you are getting a modern PC. Oh... and lay some cash aside for that VR set, it's going to be expensive in the beginning.

- AMD dirver hotfix for new Tomb Raider looks like does not help a lot with performance, game runs nearly just as bad as with unoptimized drivers (older). Seems like Nvidia is the way to go if you want to run Rise of the Tomb Raider now. At least CrossFire is enabled now.

   - Did you know how regular SSDs differ inside?
SLC has the fastest write speeds, highest endurance, and the lowest power consumption. However, this comes at the expense of the lowest density, which in turn gives us a higher cost than the other types. This high performance makes SLC the choice for enterprise storage, though even that area is migrating to MLC now.
MLC is the middle-of-the-road choice. While it has slower write speeds and lower endurance than SLC, its higher density gives it good performance, and lower cost compared to SLC. This balancing act of cost versus performance makes MLC the choice for consumer-grade NAND applications at affordable prices.
TLC has the highest density of NAND storage, which gives it the lowest cost. The penalties are that the read and write speeds are the slowest, with the lowest endurance compared to the other NAND types. This makes TLC most¬ appropriate for budget SSDs

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