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iBUYPOWER Announces New Y60 Hakos Baelz RDY Gaming PCs

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iBUYPOWER, a leading manufacturer of high-performance custom gaming PCs, today announced the new Y60 Hakos Baelz RDY Gaming PC series. Featuring the HYTE Y60 Hakos Baelz case, premium Intel CPUs, and the most current motherboard and GPU platforms, the Hakos Baelz systems will provide a premium gaming experience and a vibrant addition to any setup.

Are you ready Hakos Baelz fans?" said King Perez de Tagle, Marketing Executive Producer of iBUYPOWER and HYTE. "We are excited to expand our partnership with hololive production to include ready to ship Hakos Baelz RDY systems." iBUYPOWER will offer two RDY systems and a custom configured option for users to hand-select the components of their liking. All Hakos Baelz systems will be housed in the limited run Y60 Hakos Baelz PC case. Originally unveiled in July of 2022 and in partnership with hololive production English team, represented by the COVER Corporation from Japan, HYTE's unique version of the Y60 prominently displays artwork from professional anime illustrator Rosuuri, depicting famous VTuber Hakos Baelz on the wrap-around tempered glass side panels.



Each of the Y60 Hakos Baelz RDY systems will be equipped with a custom plate on the rear of the case indicating the limited-edition production number illustrated with dice and a hololive production x iBUYPOWER collaboration logo.

The RDY Hakos Baelz will feature the Intel i7 12700KF CPU, MSI MAG Z690 Tomahawk motherboard, and Gigabyte RTX 3070 8G Eagle GPU while the RDY Hakos Baelz Pro boasts the Intel i9 12900KF, ASUS PRIME Z690-P, and an MSI RTX 3080 Ventus. The Hakos Baelz RDY series of systems will provide users with the processing power needed for seamless gaming, streaming, or content creation experience.

In addition, iBUYPOWER will include a free custom Hakos Baelz desk pad with systems purchased featuring the Y60 Hakos Baelz. All iBUYPOWER systems come backed by a standard three-year warranty and with Microsoft Windows pre-installed.

Pricing and Availability
The RDY Hakos Baelz and the RDY Hakos Baelz Pro are currently listed for email sign up with a starting MSRP of $2,099 and $2,699 USD, respectively. Sales will open to customers who signed up for email notification on October 10 and to the public on October 11, 2022.

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Hyte has become pretty popular with those Y series cases. Scored low to average on my review scale, but the look is what wins here.
 
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I just realized most of these new cases with vertical GPU risers won't be able to fit the 4090, just because it's so THICC. :laugh:
 
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hyte 60, really nice case, i dont mean this one :D
but price is a joke £190 for a case.. :/
 
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yeah, now that pandemic is over, only a fool would pay such outrageous sums for "poorly supported shiny product that has a GPU"
yea who would put stickers all over to hide that gpu in the window.
 
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I'm not sure I would ever buy anything from iBUYPOWER or CyberpowerPC. Years ago, I remember hearing quite a few nightmare stories from individuals that purchased systems from them.
 
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I'm not sure I would ever buy anything from iBUYPOWER or CyberpowerPC. Years ago, I remember hearing quite a few nightmare stories from individuals that purchased systems from them.
They're pretty junky. Low end generic PSUs and bottom of the barrel motherboards from every one I've ever worked on in the past.
 
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