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  • iBuyPower Custom Gaming Rigs Are Now Available At Walmart.com


    iBuyPower has long been a player in the custom gaming scene. Now they’re available from Walmart, the US’ largest retail. Both AMD and Intel systems can be configured with Nvidia and AMD GPUs along with various RAM and hard drive options. It’s really your standard computer configurator system. Prices start out at $578 and do not seem much different than if ordered from… Read More

  • iBuyPower Makes USB 3.0 A Given Right, Adds It Across The Entire Desktop Line

    Shopping for a new desktop? You should know that iBuyPower now offers USB 3.0 on all their desktops. Awesome, right? Now, which manufacturer will follow suit first? Dell? HP? Apple? (probably not Apple) At least there’s one now, though. Hopefully it will start becoming standard by year’s end. Read More

  • iBUYPOWER turns any game into multi touch

    iBUYPOWER just announced their MAGIC software, a new interface that’s designed to let you play any game using multi touch gestures, not just games that were specifically designed that way. Think about that for a moment, a game like Supreme Commander 2 could be played using multi touch, instead of just being limited to using the keyboard and mouse. Read More

  • iBUYPOWER launches new multi-touch notebooks

    iBUYPOWER just announced the latest in their gaming notebook lineup, the Battalion CZ-11. The CZ-11 features a 15 inch screen, as well as the new Intel Core i7 processor. iBUYPOWER has also loaded the CZ-11 with 4GB of RAM, an ATI Radeon 5650, and a 500GB drive. Click through for the press release and more details. Read More

  • iBUYPOWER announces 4 systems using the i7 980X processors

    iBUYPOWER announced today its latest, 4 new “Paladin” systems using the i7 980x processors. These new systems come with iBUYPOWER’s free liquid CPU cooling, and you can request that the CPU be overclocked and tested before being shipped out. Read More

  • Be careful when handling that iBuyPower laptop!

    Whoa. It seems that our amigos over at Laptop Magazine had a bit of a run-in with an iBuyPower laptop, and that nasty little cut was the result. IBuyPower’s response? “Yikes, we need to look into that, one moment please.” Read More

  • Origin's Eon18 gaming laptop is not entirely origin-al

    After Dell bought out Alienware, some of the executives jumped ship and formed a new company. That company, called Origin PC, makes high end computers. Origin PC just announced a new product, the Eon18 laptop. There’s only one problem. It looks suspiciously like another computer we looked at a few months ago. Read More

  • iBUYPOWER announces liquid cooling for the hot Level 10 tower

    I had a chance to see the Thermaltake Level 10 case at CES, and it looks as good in person as it does in the pictures. Of course, the design is intended to provide excellent air cooling, but it looks like iBUYPOWER is taking it one step farther and providing a liquid cooling for it as well. Read More

  • IBuyPower to be the only integrator to sell the Thermaltake Level 10 case

    We told you about the Thermaltake Level 10 back in September — you remember it, the exceedingly cool-looking case designed by BMWGroup Designwork. It’s a little later then expected, but it’s here, and IBuyPower is going to be the only custom PC configurator to have it for a while. Read More

  • IBUYPOWER announces Chimera 2 to celebrate 10 years of bling

    IBUYPOWER computers aren’t exactly known for being subtle but it’s worked for them for 10 years and they are still going strong. To celebrate their anniversary, IBUYPOWER is re-releasing the Chimera 2 with all new hardware and a pretty impressive new paint job. Read More