updated 04:00 pm EST, Wed December 9, 2009
iBuyPower Level 10 has special tower
iBuyPower this afternoon claimed to be the first to use Thermaltake's BMW-designed case in a production PC. Simply called the Level 10 based on the case's own name, the PC takes advantage of the modular, sectioned-off design to make upgrades easier and simply to provide a very unique look. It's still considered a performance PC and has uncommon touches in stock trim, such as a GeForce GTX 285 with 2GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD as its boot drive alongside a 1TB content drive.
The $2,499 pre-configured model available today runs on a 2.66GHz Core i7 and comes outfitted with 6GB of RAM, Windows 7 Home Premium and a DVD burner. Less demanding owners can scale back the storage and video card to trim the price. Options can boost it up to 24GB of RAM, a Radeon HD 5970 and Blu-ray along with multiple hard drives.