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Thursday, 02 July 2009 14:49

iBuyPower announces new Paladin XLC system

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Water cooled

iBuyPower has announced a new version of its Paladin gaming system that is now equipped with Asetek's water cooling solution. This US $1,399 Paladin XLC system uses Cooler Master's HAF 922 or 932 case and can be equipped with wide variety of components, including Nvidia and ATI graphics cards and Intel Core i7 CPUs.

The full specs include Intel's Core i7 920, 950 or 975 Extreme Edition processors, a range of Asus or EVGA X58 based motherboards, up to 12GB of memory, up to 1.5TB of hard drive space, an optional 32GB SSD drive, and a bunch of other components.

The base system starts at US $1,399 but can be souped up all the way up to US $4,366 with GTX 285 triple-SLI, 12GB of memory and Intel's Core i7-975 Extreme Edition CPU.

You can find more details here.

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