iBUYPOWER is a really endearing name as it implies you’ve forked out good money for a powerful rig, and they hope not to disappoint with the new Paladin XLC series which consists of the XLC V1, XLC V2 and XLC V3. All three will find their abode within the cavernous Coolermaster HAF 922 (the V3 resides in a HAF 932), where even the lowest end model is ably powered by a Core i7-920 processor. Other specifications include a maximum of 12GB RAM, up to three NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 GPUs, upwards of 1TB of hard drive space, optional Blu-ray support and Windows Vista Home Premium. Depending on your budget, you can choose from $1,399, $2,159 or $4,299 price points for the model of your choice.
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