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iBUYPOWER announces trio of Core i7 gaming PCs

by Parm Mann on 14 November 2008, 10:28

Tags: Core i7, Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), iBUYPOWER

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Just about every system provider will be rolling out Core i7-based machines in the very near future, and California's iBUYPOWER is getting off to a head start by announcing a trio of Core i7-equipped Paladin systems.

The machines, part of the Paladin F-Series, are aimed at the high-end market and armed with a choice of Intel Core i7 940 or 965 EE processors.

The systems utilise CoolerMaster's HAF chassis in a selection of colour schemes, and there's up to 12GB of RAM, a selection of high-end GPUs and Blu-ray optical drives.

Prices start at $2,200 and rise up to around the $4,000 mark. The official product pages haven't yet been made available at iBUYPOWER.com, but here's what you can expect to find in each Paladin-F system:

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iBUYPOWER sounds like a really silly name.
I think naming is a problem throughout the PC industry, take Gainward's "Rampage 700 Golden Sample Goes Like Hell" for example. :rolleyes:

You'd think it's a result of Taiwanese thinking, but then you get Californian companies called iBUYPOWER.
Fail name :rockon2:
Fail name :rockon2:

Arithmetic Fail: check the high-spec model - “12GB RAM 3x2gb”