IBuypower Updates Full Gaming PC Line To Windows 7

Posted: Oct 26 2009, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:02pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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Gaming computer maker iBuypower announced last week that its entire line of gaming computers including desktops and notebooks have been transitioned to Windows 7. That means that you can get its Chimera, LAN Warrior, and Paladin XLC machines with the new Microsoft OS.

The best feature of the OS for gamers is support for DirectX 11 for improved graphics. The company also offers different levels of overclocking on the new gaming computers as well with 10%, 20%, and 30% overclocking levels for $49 for level 1 and $99 for level 2 or 3 overclocking.

iBuypower and most other computer manufacturers are embracing Windows 7 in the hopes that consumers have been waiting for the new OS to replace aging computers. I wonder how good new computer sales have been since Windows 7 launched last week.

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