Thursday, September 23rd 2010

iBuyPower Launches Two New Phenom II X6 Systems in Limited Edition Dragon Chassis

iBUYPOWER, a leading innovator in gaming PCs, is excited to announce the new limited edition Dragon Chassis, designed in conjunction with AMD. The uniquely wrapped NZXT Lexa enclosure features the metallic AMD Dragon with its piercing red eyes, wings spread and jaws open poised to strike. The AMD Dragon Special Edition Chassis is designed to add an element of lethality to gamers’ lifestyles.

“The AMD Dragon platform delivers the superior performance and stunning visuals gamers demand,” said Darren Su, Vice President of iBUYPOWER. “We are proud to have one of our systems branded with an industry leader like AMD and a striking design any gamer would be proud to take into battle.”

The new Dragon systems come fully loaded with top end components to match their aggressive exteriors. Systems built in the Dragon Chassis can be configured with the powerful six core Phenom II x6 processor, which excels at multitasking and multithreaded activities like movie encoding or gaming. The AMD Dragon Special Edition Chassis comes stocked with two cooling fans and liquid cooling availability to keep even the most beastly systems cool under fire.

Limited edition iBUYPOWER Dragon systems are available now at iBUYPOWER.com starting at just $439.

Customers with more specific gaming needs can configure a fully customizable gaming PC at iBUYPOWER.com. All iBUYPOWER systems come standard with 1 year limited warranty and lifetime technical support.
Add your own comment

11 Comments on iBuyPower Launches Two New Phenom II X6 Systems in Limited Edition Dragon Chassis

#1
mdsx1950
DAAAIIIMMM! Now thats one awesome looking case! :rockout:
Posted on Reply
#3
Animalpak
NZXT lexa case without the airbrush looks ugly
Posted on Reply
#4
KashunatoR
mainstream case to fool the kinders
Posted on Reply
#5
CDdude55
Crazy 4 TPU!!!
by: Animalpak
NZXT lexa case without the airbrush looks ugly
by: KashunatoR
mainstream case to fool the kinders
I agree.

It's a really cheap/crappy looking case without that airbrush(imo). But with the airbrush, it looks awesome.:rockout:
Posted on Reply
#6
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
The AMD Dragon Special Edition Chassis is designed to add an element of lethality to gamers’ lifestyles.
when they see it - they'l shit bricks.

no wait.....to make it 100x more lethal. kit it up with flashing LEDs & lights - that way it can look f*cking cool and kill epileptic people at the same time. now THAT would definitely add an element of lethality to a gamer's life style! people who see your pimped case would foam at the mouth and require medical assistance.
Posted on Reply
#7
bear jesus
I think it would look better without the phenom and amd logo also no x6 on it.
Posted on Reply
#8
Kovoet
Looks damn messy inside though
Posted on Reply
#9
$immond$
by: bear jesus
I think it would look better without the phenom and amd logo also no x6 on it.
I agree.

It needs better cable management IMO. Case design would look allot nicer without the x6. It would look lame owning a Bulldozer 8 Core CPU a few months from now with x6 painted on the side unless you plan on never upgrading, then what ever bloats your goat.
Posted on Reply
#10
pjladyfox
I'd love cases like this more but when you tie them to a botique PC maker, or worse to different areas of the world (I'm looking at you Cooler Master AMD Sniper), it really kills it for me. I mean, come on, how frigging hard is it in order to offer said cases thru places like Newegg or even the vendor directly?
Posted on Reply
#11
chaotic_uk
by: Kovoet
Looks damn messy inside though
just thinking that myself lol :toast:
Posted on Reply
Add your own comment