Apr 29 2009, 2:45am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
iBUYPOWER announced its first small form factor (SFF) system dubbed LAN Warrior.
iBUYPower promises to have put enough firepower in this new, cool looking SFF gaming system to stand toe-to-toe with even the most advanced gaming systems.
The LAN Warrior offers room for up to two full-sized dual slot video cards, up to 24GB of Triple Channel DDR3, and a 1000W power supply.
Enthusiasts will appreciate the LAN Warrior’s overclocking features and the SupremeFX X-Fi solution, which enhances the gaming experience with realistic sound-effects. iBUYPOWER also includes a carrying strap and harness system for taking the LAN Warrior on the road.
Specifications of the LAN Warrior include Intel Core i7 920, 940 or 965, up to 24GB RAM, up to 2 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 or 2 ATI Radeon 4870x2, up to 4 HDD with up to 6TB capacity, Wi-fi, and more.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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