Micro Center Starts Selling Gaming PC for $1,400

The PowerSpec G411 also has an Intel Core i7 4770K processor. By Rachel Cericola

Everyone's frothing over Haswell. Micro Center is giving the people what they want, packing that Intel processor into the newly launched PowerSpec G411 gaming PC.

PowerSpec is the retailer's own desktop brand. This latest release uses an Intel Core i7-4770K unlocked processor to deliver power, speed, and detail to high-def video, content creation, and even the most power-hungry PC games.

Other features include a Nvidia GTX660Ti graphics card with 2 GB of GDDR5 dedicated video memory, 16GB DDR3-1600 of RAM, a 120GB SSD, and a Blu-ray burner. It's also important to note that the G411 comes preinstalled with Microsoft Windows 7 Professional OS, but there's also a license and media for Windows 8 Pro software.

"The PowerSpec G411 will fulfill the most demanding power users with an NVidia GTX660Ti AMP graphics card with an impressive 2 GB of GDDR5 dedicated video memory to complement the Intel Core i7-4770K unlocked processor," says Herb Doss, PowerSpec's product line manager. "The result is great looking images at unsurpassed frame rates even on the most demanding games."

Micro Center is selling the PowerSpec G411 now, with an MSRP of $1,399.