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iBUYPOWER Computer Paladin F860-a and F860-n - iBUYPOWER Computer Paladin F860-a and F860-n
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iBUYPOWER, known for its innovative and award-winning gaming PCs, is excited to launch its new Intel® Core™ i7 processor-based gaming systems – the Paladin F-Series. The three units come housed in the Cooler Master HAF case or can be customized to fit the users’ individual tastes. The Paladin F860-a and F860-n will feature the Intel Core-i7 940 processor, while the Paladin F970 will run on the most powerful processor ever designed - the Intel Core-i7 965 processor Extreme Edition. The powerful Paladin F970 also ships with 12GB of DDR3 1333 Memory, the ATI HD 4870X2 2GB DDR5 graphics card, and a dual radiator liquid cooler, to keep it running cool and fast during even the most intense battles. “We are excited to be utilizing the most powerful processors ever made in our machines,” said Darren Su, Vice President of iBUYPOWER. “These new Intel Core i7 processors will allow gamers to take advantage of multithreading technology currently being incorporated into PC Games.” By using the new Intel Core i7 processors to power the Paladin F Series Gaming Desktops, iBUYPOWER can drastically improve the gaming experience for it’s customers. The new processors feature an integrated memory controller, which significantly improves memory latencies, and a turbo mode for automatic overclocking. The Core i7 processors absolutely dominate computation-heavy multithreaded applications like video encoding 3d rendering, and physics processing. The iBUYPOWER Paladin F-series of gaming desktops also ships with Microsoft Windows Vista, a Logitech keyboard and mouse, and comes with a 3-Yr Limited Warranty and Lifetime Support Service
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