iBUYPOWER is re-launching systems with Intel Sandy Bridge 2nd Generation Core Processors. The systems feature the new B3 revision Intel chipsets that fix the issues reported by Intel in late January. The Chimera XLC, iBUYPOWER’s flagship system, is among the systems included in this re-launch.
iBUYPOWER Announces Re-Launch of Systems With New Intel 6-series Chipsets
New systems include the latest revised chipsets that fix SATA issues
El Monte, CA – February 25, 2011 – iBUYPOWER, a leading innovator in gaming PCs, is excited to announce the availability of systems featuring ‘Sandy Bridge’ Intel 2nd Generation Core Processors, with new B3 revision Intel chipsets that fix the issues reported by Intel in late January. Systems with the revised Intel chipsets include iBUYPOWER’s flagship system, the Chimera XLC, and its scorching hot flame painted chassis and best in class cooling system. The Chimera utilizes a huge 240mm radiator a 200mm fan and five (5) 120mm fans to keep it cool despite its fiery exterior. The new motherboards used in these systems feature the B3 revision to address the SATA degradation issue that had previously prevented sales of the chipset.
“iBUYPOWER is committed to offering our customers systems that integrate the best components available,” said Darren Su, Executive Vice President of iBUYPOWER. “The early availability of revised chipsets in our systems is a feature we are proud to be able to offer our customers.”
In addition to being faster than any previous generation of processors, the Sandy Bridge CPUs offer improved overclockability. Customers can take full advantage of this feature with iBUYPOWER’s Power Drive Overclocking service. Gamers can choose from a Level 1 (10% faster), Level 2 (20% faster) or Level 3 (30% faster) CPU performance boost.
Follow iBUYPOWER at facebook.com/iBUYPOWERPC for all the latest news on the iBUYPOWER’s systems. The company is currently giving away gear on Facebook for every 200th fan that joins the community.
My iBuyPower system has been totally trouble-free. And it's one of the few PC's I've gotten where the Windows OS was in a pristine condition (no trial/bloat-ware) so I wasn't inclined to just wipe the box as step one.
I totally recommend these guys, based on my experience with their hardware.
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Glad to see Intel actually did something about the chipset situation as the last I had heard they were trying to minimize the seeming impact of the problem.
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