Tuesday, January 7th 2020

iBUYPOWER Announces the Next Generation of the Revolt Series

iBUYPOWER, a leading manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, today announced the next generation of its signature Revolt series. The Revolt GT3 will take on a new aesthetic compared to the asymmetrical design of its predecessors.

Housing small form factor (SFF) systems and providing support for ITX motherboards and SFX power supplies up to 750 W, the Revolt GT3 will truly take on a unique layout. Systems constructed in the Revolt GT3 will be mounted to and suspended inside an outer frame by flexible rubber supports designed to add both cushion from shock and vibration damping.
With out-of-the-box external dimensions of 404 x 165 x 220 mm, the Revolt GT3 will sport a rectangular shape with five tempered glass panels on the front, sides, top and bottom of the case. Each of the glass panels are framed by a mesh border and are reversible to increase part clearance and the overall dimension of the case to 414 x 185 x 230 mm. To enable panel reversal, iBUYPOWER incorporated a neodymium magnetic bracket on the corner of each panel for easy attachment and detachment from the aluminium chassis frame. Users purchasing an iBUYPOWER system housed in the Revolt GT3 may have the option of selecting a mesh variant of the top and side panels for increased airflow.

Pricing and Availability
The Revolt GT3 is expected to be available for purchase in quarter two of 2020. Pricing details will be released on a later date.
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9 Comments on iBUYPOWER Announces the Next Generation of the Revolt Series

Oh nice, a gaming oven.
right? minimum ventilation, fans right up to the glass, should keep your system nice and warm during the cold winter months for extra performance!
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I give them credit for trying something new. But this aint it tbh.
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Yeah i find the name very much appropriate

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Oh nice, a gaming oven.
More like a gaming coffin .....
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not bad, good looking; the mesh border i think allow airflow so is not an oven
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