iBUYPOWER Launches New Super-Cooled Paladin XLC

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News Posted: Thu, Aug 19 2010 5:34 PM

iBUYPOWER introduced the new super-cooled Paladin XLC in an exclusive NZXT Red Phantom chassis. As the latest addition to the XLC (Extreme Liquid Cooling) line, the new Paladin XLC is cooled by Asetek’s maintenance free 240mm large radiator liquid cooling system. The system is powered by an Intel Core i7 Processor. The NZXT Red Phantom enclosure has room for up to 24GB of memory, triple SLI/crossfire graphics cards, and up to 7 hard drives with SSD support. To help celebrate the launch of this system, iBUYPOWER is giving away a loaded Paladin XLC via its Facebook page. More details are below.

iBUYPOWER Redesigns Extreme Liquid Cooled, Overclock-ready Paladin XLC Line, featuring the Futuristic iBUYPOWER Exclusive NZXT Red Phantom Chassis

iBUYPOWER will give away one Paladin XLC System on Facebook

El Monte, CA – August 19, 2009 – iBUYPOWER, a leading innovator in gaming PCs, is excited to announce the new super-cooled Paladin XLC, featuring an all-new exclusive Red Phantom chassis.  The newest edition to XLC (Extreme Liquid Cooling) line features an Intel Core i7 Processor cooled by Asetek’s maintenance free 240mm large radiator liquid cooling system.   This combination allows the Paladin XLC to run cool and stable even when it’s overclocked to its limits.

“Our XLC line systems are designed to be pushed to their edge and demand advanced cooling solutions like the Asetek dual radiator and sophisticated cases like the Phantom, with its extensive cooling options,” said Darren Su, Executive Vice President of iBUYPOWER. “We put each XLC system through extensive stability testing prior to shipping to ensure the highest performance possible.”

The sleek NZXT Red Phantom enclosure is the ideal case choice for the Paladin XLC line with its extensive cooling capabilities, which include room for up to 7 fans – dual 200mm, single 230/200mm, triple 120mm and a front 140mm fans.  The fully customizable case can also house up to 24GB of memory, triple SLI/crossfire graphics cards, and up to 7 hard drives with SSD support.

To celebrate the launch of this benchmark gaming system, iBUYPOWER is giving away a loaded New Paladin XLC on their Facebook page. Visit iBUYPOWER at www.facebook.com/ibuypowerpc/ for more details.

Gamers looking to get the most out of their new Paladin XLC system can take advantage of the iBUYPOWER Labs’ Power Drive Overclocking Service, which overclocks the CPU by as much as 30%.  Other innovative iBUYPOWER exclusive products and services include Advanced Pro Wiring, the Harmony Sound Reduction System, Internal USB Expansion System and iBUYPOWER’s Specialized Advanced Packaging System with expanding foam inserts to prevent damage during shipping.

The Paladin XLC system starts at $1,459, and is available now exclusively at www.iBUYPOWER.com.  Black and White versions of the system will be available in September.

Follow iBUYPOWER at http://twitter.com/iBUYPOWER and become a fan at www.facebook.com/iBuypowerPC for your chance to win one of the new Paladin XLC Phantom Systems.

Customers with more specific gaming needs can configure a fully customizable system at www.iBUYPOWER.com. All iBUYPOWER systems also come standard with 1 year limited warranty and lifetime technical support.

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RA1D replied on Thu, Aug 19 2010 6:19 PM

dramatic video is dramatic

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rapid1 replied on Thu, Aug 19 2010 10:44 PM

Nice video, bottom mounted PSU, nice white wrapped internal wiring, either a 4 or 5 fan control card/bay, very pretty.

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The white stormtrooper case had a red stepchild! :P

Only...this one is wanted!

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rapid1 replied on Sat, Aug 21 2010 9:07 PM

I don't know animatortom NZXT over all has really been nice components for a bit now. I especially like there price line for quality products. I can appreciatte Ibuypower using there cases on premium systems. This one (NZXT Case) specifically if I am not mistaken was partially designed by Bill Owen over at Mod Brothers. He is a real quality player in custom cases, if not one of the best out there!

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eunoia replied on Sat, Aug 21 2010 11:09 PM

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Yeah Rapid, I was talking about the stepchild not the case:P

I really like the case whether white or red! I think it is a very cool and simple design with a perfect balance of features.  I agree they have really nice components. Although I would like to see them keep the manufacturing here in the states! they probably spend more on shipping costs than they would if they hired locally! its not like the California economy could use it?

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