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iBUYPOWER is launching its first Core i7 notebook today. The new Battalion 101 W870CU is a 17.3-inch notebook with a Full HD 1920x1080 widescreen LCD and NVIDIA GTX280 graphics. The W870CU is customizable, offering three Core i7 CPUs to choose from including the 2.00GHz 920XM Mobile Processor Extreme and up to 8GB DDR3 memory. The Battalion 101 W870CU starts at $2,114 and is available from iBUYPOWER's website. iBUYPOWER Launches Powerful Core i7 Gaming Notebook – Battalion 101 W870CU 17.3” W870CU features full HD 1080P Widescreen LCD, NVIDIA GTX280 graphics card and up to 8GB of DDR3 Memory El Monte, CA – November 11, 2009 - iBUYPOWER, one of the leading gaming systems manufacturers in the world,... Read more...
iBUYPOWER's new Gamer Fire 480, Gamer Fire 600, and Gamer Mage 855 Gaming PCs take advantage of the newly announced ATI Radeon HD 5850 or 5870 graphics cards. Gamers will appreciate the new GPU’s Eyefinity technology, which lets the new Radeon cards drive up to six 30-inch displays. The new graphics cards also lighten the load on the system's processor by taking on tasks like video transcoding. The new Gamer Fire 480 pairs the new ATI Radeon HD 5850 with AMD’s latest 3.1Ghz Dual-Core Phenom II X2 550. This budget-minded system also offers 4GB DDR2 system memory and a 320GB hard drive for just over $800. For a bit more functionality, the Gamer Fire 600 Gaming PC steps up to a triple-core AMD Phenom... Read more...
iBuyPower is a company generally associated with custom gaming PCs and notebooks. If you need a high-octane machine to handle the latest games, they're the company to turn to. What they aren't known for, however, are things such as this. Of course, you won't find us griping about a company spreading its wings and trying new things, particularly when it delivers something as unique and useful as the Internal USB Expansion System. The all new IES Controller system is a proprietary development designed to add all sorts of functionality to SFF boxes and machines that were left for dead (or the thrift store). Not only does this device enable front-panel USB ports to power devices such as iPods and... Read more...
iBUYPOWER Launches Chimera Killer Special Edition Gaming PC New gaming rigs are designed to provide online PC gamers with an edge over their competition El Monte, CA – August 6, 2009 – iBUYPOWER, leading innovator in gaming PCs, is excited to announce two new Chimera Killer Special Edition Gaming PCs, optimized for online gaming. Built in iBUYPOWER’s signature Chimera “Inferno” case, the Killer Edition Systems feature the innovative Killer Xeno Pro gaming network card, and the latest gaming technology to create a system truly optimized for the best multiplayer online gaming experience and maximum gaming edge in games such as the popular World of Warcraft and Call of Duty.“Bigfoot Networks’ prime... Read more...
iBuyPower has a thing for pushing out high-end gaming rigs, and its newest desktop is "extreme" exemplified. The Paladin XLC, which stands for Extreme Liquid Cooling," features a Coolermaster HAF 932 tower (which is truly monstrous), Intel's Core i7-975 processor and three NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 GPUs in a triple-SLI configuration.The super-cooled machine is equipped with Asetek's 240mm radiator liquid cooling solution, which is paired with a pair of 230mm fans. In other words, you've got ample cooling in this thing, which is certainly good given the sheer amount of horsepower. There are three basic configurations, each of which pack a Core i7 CPU, 6GB+ of DDR3 memory and 1TB+ of hard drive space.... Read more...
If you’re a fan of multiplayer gaming but hate the hassle of packing up your computer in order to go to a LAN party, iBuyPower has you covered with its latest PC. The LAN Warrior is a Core i7-based powerhouse in a small form factor case. The LAN Warrior’s included carrying strap and harness system make hauling this PC to and from your LAN-loving destination even easier. “We designed the LAN Warrior for gamers that need more power than a gaming laptop can provide,” said Darren Su, vice president of iBuyPower. “With the space for 2 dual-slot video cards and a liquid cooled Intel Core i7 Processor, the LAN Warrior is just as powerful as systems twice its size.” The LAN Warrior starts at $999 and... Read more...
Hot on the heels of our iBuyPower Gamer Paladin F970 evaluation comes this: the Gamer Supreme 928i. Said machine is decidedly mid-range in terms of price and specifications, and if you're jonesing for one, you'll have to point your browser to NewEgg.com, as that's the only e-tailer certified to sell it.Strategically designed for the "recession-minded performance gamer" (their phrase, not ours), this beast comes loaded with an Intel Core i7 920 CPU, NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 285 1GB graphics card, 6GB of triple-channel DDR3-1333 memory and a 1TB SATA II hard drive. Of course, those needing even more power can take advantage of the multiple open PCIe slots for some of that SLI / CrossFireX goodness.The... Read more...
Let’s face it; buying a gaming machine with today’s latest components is anything but inexpensive. iBuyPower’s Gamer Paladin F970, which is designed to make the most of its powerful Core i7 processor and other high-end components, is proof of that fact. When the Gamer Paladin F970 was first released, the standard configuration initially had a price tag of $3,799. Recently, iBuyPower dropped the price on the standard configuration of the Gamer Paladin F970 to $3,395. Even at that price, however, the Gamer Paladin F970 is still considerably more than its less expensive cousin, the F950, which has an MSRP of $2,319. Of course, the Gamer Paladin F950 also uses lower-end components throughout. What’s... Read more...
Let’s face it; buying a gaming machine with today’s latest components is anything but inexpensive. iBuyPower’s Gamer Paladin F970, which is designed to make the most of its powerful Core i7 processor and other high-end components, is proof of that fact. When the Gamer Paladin F970 was first released, the standard configuration initially had a price tag of $3,799. Recently, iBuyPower dropped the price on the standard configuration of the Gamer Paladin F970 to $3,395. Even at that price, however, the Gamer Paladin F970 is still considerably more than its less expensive cousin, the F950, which has an MSRP of $2,319. Of course, the Gamer Paladin F950 also uses lower-end components throughout.... Read more...
And the beat goes on. Yet again, we've got another IBuyPower desktop looking to grab the eyes, hearts and minds of gamers in need of a new machine. This time, the company has teamed up with Tiger Direct and CompUSA in order to get its Game Power 906 in front of more potential buyers, and with a value proposition like this, we can definitely envision quite a few folks biting.The tower sports a clear side panel for peering in, and within that case is a Core 2 Quad Q8300 processor, NVIDIA's GeForce 9600GT (1GB) graphics card, a 500GB hard drive, 4GB of DDR2 RAM, a 22x dual-layer DVD writer, Ethernet, 600-watt power supply, a bundled keyboard and mouse and Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit edition.... Read more...
Another week, another pair of IBuyPower gaming desktops to tempt your ever-stressed credit limit. This time, we've got the Gamer Fire 640 and Gamer Paladin F830, both of which check in under the $2000 ceiling and aim for the mid- to high-end gamer. Also, these each are outfitted with NVIDIA's GeForce 3D Vision and come bundled with a Samsung 22" 120Hz monitor, giving you the perfect excuse to upgrade if you've been interested in immersing yourself in the third dimension.The main difference between the two systems is the platforms: the Gamer Fire 640 is AMD Socket AM3-based, while the Core i7-based Gamer Paladin F830 hums along on Intel's finest. Hailed as "complete stereoscopic 3D gaming solutions,"... Read more...
Just about the time that you were going to make up your mind between all those other IBuyPower rigs announced this month comes this: yet another one added to the mix. The Gamer Fire 600 is a gamer-centric PC with loads of horsepower and a case that's just as menacing. Thankfully, the rig is of the "bargain" type, with an easy-to-swallow price tag of $799. Based on AMD's new Socket AM3 platform, the Gamer Fire 600 is loaded with the Phenom II X4 810 quad-core processor, Gigabyte's GA-MA790XT-UD4P AMD 790X CrossFire motherboard, 4GB of DDR3-1333 memory and ATI's Radeon HD 4830 512MB PCI-Express x16 video card. The components are housed within IBuyPower's own CycloneX gaming tower, and it also includes... Read more...
IBuyPower just began offering up Dragon-based gaming machines earlier this month, but now it's announcing three new machines for those with tighter budgets. The newest desktops in the Gamer series will all be made available exclusively through NewEgg.com, and none of them will break the $1000 barrier. Starting things off is the Gamer Power 505 ($519.99), which was built specifically for entry level gamers who will be perfectly content with the Athlon 5000+ platform and the Medusa Gaming Tower. Inside, users will find a stylishly lit interior (viewable through a side window), a back lit front panel, an NVIDIA 9500GT video card, 4GB of DDR2 RAM and a 320GB SATA II hard drive. Next up, we've got... Read more...
Just a week after CyberPower introduced its own line of Dragon-based gaming PCs comes this clip from IBuyPower. The custom gaming machine maker has just announced two new Dragon-based systems, both of which include AMD's latest Phenom II processors, the 790GX Crossfire chipset and ATI's Radeon 4000 series graphics cards. The new machines go by Gamer HAF 91B and Gamer Fire, though most of the components are similar on each. The former, which is the lower-end machine, includes a Phenom II X4 920 CPU, a 500GB SATA II hard drive (7,200RPM), LG 20x dual-layer DVD burner, 4GB of DDR2-800 RAM, a 512MB ATI Radeon HD 4850 GPU, a 550 watt power supply and a CoolerMaster HAF 932 case. It's available right... Read more...
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