IBUYPOWER Crams GTX 460 Into Pair Of New Gaming Desktops

Posted: Jul 13 2010, 12:13pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:22am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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I just mentioned that iBUYPOWER unveiled a new gaming notebook supporting 3D. The company has also announced a pair of new gaming desktops called the Paladin E370 and F860.

The E370 uses an Intel Core i5-750 CPU and is crammed inside a PSI CycloneX chassis. The mainboard used is the P55-SD450 and the machine has a GTX 460 video card. Storage is to a 500Gb HDD and the machine has 4GB of RAM. Pricing starts at $834.

The F860 desktop is in an NZXT Lexa chassis and uses an Intel Core i7-930 CPU. The chipset is an Asus P6T SE and has the GTX 460 video cards. Other features include 6GB of RAM, 8x Blu-ray drive, and a 1TB HDD. The notebook sells for $1849.

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