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Thursday, 10 December 2009 13:43

iBuyPower shows its new system

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Inside Thermaltake Level 10 chassis

iBuyPower has announced a new and rather interesting system that will be housed in Thermaltake's Level 10 case. As far as we know, iBuyPower is the only system integrator that is using this impressive and quite innovative case, and iBuyPower made sure that the components inside are also top notch.

The iBuyPower Level 10 system will include Intel's Core i7 processors, Nvidia and ATI cards and Asus' or MSI' motherboard based on Intel's X58 chipset. The base model, or the cheapest one, features Intel's Core i7 920 CPU, 6GB of DDR3-1333 memory, Nvidia's GTX 285 GPU, 128GB Kingston SSDNow V series SSD and 1TB hard drive and has a price of US $2,499.

The most expensive model featuring Intel's Core i7 975 Extreme Edition CPU, 3-Way SLI with three GTX 285 cards, MSI' Eclipse SLI motherboard and bunch of other goodies can easily take the price way over US $5,000 so those with deeper pockets are covered as well.

You can check it out here.

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