iBUYPOWER Launches Five Super Cooled Gaming Rigs - HotHardware
iBUYPOWER Launches Five Super Cooled Gaming Rigs

iBUYPOWER Launches Five Super Cooled Gaming Rigs

iBUYPOWER is launching five new gaming systems that feature an ASETEK liquid cooling solution and an Intel Core i7 or AMD Phenom II processor. Ranging in price from $989 to nearly $4,000, the new systems offer a variety of specs to suit the needs and budgets of different users.

For gamers on a budget, the Gamer Extreme 922 SLC starts at $989 and offers a NVIDIA GeForce GT220 with Intel’s Core i7 860 2.8 GHz. The system has 4GB of DDR3 system memory and a 500GB hard drive. For a bit more cash, you can upgrade to the Gamer Supreme 919 SLC and Gamer Supreme 559 SLC. The Gamer Supreme 919 SLC offers a Core i7 870 2.93GHz processor and an ATI Radeon HD4890 graphics card. You'll find an AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.4GHz processor and NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX295 GPU in the Gamer Supreme 559 SLC. Both systems offer 8GB of DDR3, 1TB of storage space, and an ASETEK 120mm Liquid cooling kit.



For mid-range gamers, iBUYPOWER is offering the Gamer Supreme 929 SLC with Intel Core i7 975 processors, dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 2GB graphics cards, and a Blue-ray DVDRW combo drive. The fully loaded Gamer Supreme 979 SLC will attract extreme gamers. This benchmark-dominating rig offers an Intel Core i7 975 3.33GHz processor that is cooled by the 240mm ASETEK Liquid Cooling Solution. The Gamer Supreme 979 SLC also comes with 12GB of DDR3 memory, two NVIDIA GTX295 graphics cards, a Blu-ray HD DVDRW combo drive, a 128GB SSD, and a 1.5TB hard drive.

iBUYPOWER’s proprietary Internal USB Expansion System with the Bluetooth add-on module is also included with the Gamer Supreme 979 SLC. The IES Controller enhances control and boosts power to front panel USB ports and add-ons by connecting front panel ports directly to the computer’s power supply.

All of the new systems will be available exclusively at Newegg. Customers with more specific needs can customize a system at www.iBUYPOWER.com.


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No offense to you guys, if you made that chart, it is god awful on the eyes, I can barely read it. Are those ram specs right? 2gbx3 is not 4gbs and why would the 919 (8gb) have less ram than the 929 (either 4gb or 6gb, depending on what is really meant there.) The $4000 system seems reasonably priced, but whats the deal with the huge gap between the 929 and the 979? As in the specs of the systems.

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^^^^^^^^^^^^^Someone just thought alternate colors would be cool to look at. Though the concept is right the colors are bad. They can go with White for the entire take and black for the headers. Just my 2 cents

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