Friday, September 14th 2012

iBUYPOWER Now Offering New GeForce Video Cards On All Desktops

iBUYPOWER, the Official Gaming PC of Major League Gaming, is excited to announce new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 and 660 video cards are now available on all desktop systems. The new video cards deliver high performance and power efficiency at an affordable price point.

"The NVIDIA GeForce 600 series video cards are the step-up many gamers are waiting for," said Darren Su, Vice President of iBUYPOWER, "Those gamers can get that technology delivered to their doorstep, ready-to-play."


For a limited time, iBUYPOWER is also offering two signature Chimera Gaming Computers at a special discount of $100. iBUYPOWER signature series Chimera Gaming Computers are featured at Major League Gaming pro circuit championships, and are designed specifically to satisfy the most demanding of gamers.

The updated Chimera 4SE-E1 combines the new GeForce GTX 660 with the latest 3rd generation Intel Core-i7 processor. Featuring 8 GB memory and a 1 TB hard drive, this system delivers great performance to the gaming enthusiast. The Chimera 4SE-E1 is fully configurable and starts at just $1,099 after a $100 savings.

The powerful Chimera 4SE-F875 combines the new GeForce GTX 650 with the latest X79 chipset and Intel Core-i7 processor. Featuring a full 16 GB memory, this system is great for a desktop power user who games on the side. This system is fully configurable and starts at $1,299 after a $100 savings.

In addition to these great system deals, iBUYPOWER is also offering a number of free upgrades, free system peripherals, free games, and more! All systems come with a limited 3-year warranty. Pick your arsenal today at www.ibuypower.com.
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6 Comments on iBUYPOWER Now Offering New GeForce Video Cards On All Desktops

#1
Aleksander
I like more the front panel than the creature thing
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#2
gdallsk
it is kinda dumb idea to pair a 600 buck processor with a 100 buck graphics card and call it a gaming machine...
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#3
Rhyseh
The processor and GPU combo make little sense. I like the case art though.
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#4
evulmunk33
BitFenix Rep
that case looks AWESOME :0

but am i the only one who is annoyed by these "news"?
system builder A is using new component X
system builder B is using new component Y

cmon, thats not news... :P
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#5
ShiBDiB
by: evulmunk33
that case looks AWESOME :0

but am i the only one who is annoyed by these "news"?
system builder A is using new component X
system builder B is using new component Y

cmon, thats not news... :P
^^

Im with him, this isnt news.. or atleast not tpu worthy news.
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#6
Initialised
Nice custom Phantom, but launch days with a dozen brand X releases card Y, vendor Z now supplying card Y isn't news. How about a separate section for press releases?
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