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iBuypower launches Paladin XLC liquid-cooled desktops

updated 07:25 pm EDT, Wed July 1, 2009

Paladin gaming computers

iBuypower has launched its latest line of gaming computers, the Paladin XLC series. The systems are each built with Asetek's 240mm radiator liquid-cooling components. The basic configurations are powered by Intel's Core i7 CPUs, with at least 6GB of DDR3 memory and 1TB of storage.

Customers can choose from the Core i7-920, -950, or -975 Extreme Edition processors, with options to add a second hard drive or an 80GB SSD for faster boot times. The V1 model utilizes a single GeForce GTX 275 GPU, while the V2 includes two ATI Radeon 4890 cards and the V3 integrates three GeForce GTX285 components.

The Paladin XLC V1 system carries a base price of $1400, while the V2 can be purchased for $2160 and the high-end V3 commands $4360. Each system can be customized at the time of purchase.





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