iBUYPOWER is no stranger when it comes to churning out gaming machines for the masses, and their past track record have been rather impressive to say the least. Well, the company has just announced a trio of new systems that will come with the powerful new graphics cards from the AMD Radeon HD range – we’re talking about the Gamer Mage D245, 2011 Mage and Gamer Fire 580. All three of them will not break the bank in any way, and yet is more than capable of delivering high definition graphics for the mainstream gamer – or at least give a helping hand to those who want to jump into PC gaming.
The new AMD Radeon HD 6450, 6570, and 6670 are capable of supporting the latest in graphics technology, where among them includes DirectX11 Tessellation and multi-monitor solutions.
The Gamer Mage D245 is stashed away within the NZXT Gama gaming case, where it will come with a liquid cooled AMD Phenom II X2 260 Dual Core CPU, 4GB RAM, an AMD Radeon HD 6450 1GB graphics card, 450W power supply and a 500GB hard drive.
As for the similarly equipped 2011 Mage, it will also come with a liquid cooled AMD Phenom II X2 260 Dual Core CPU, 4GB RAM, an AMD Radeon HD 6570 1GB graphics card, a 450W power supply and a 640GB hard drive that are stashed into the the Xion Echo Gaming Case.
Last but not least would be the higher end Gamer Fire 580, where you will find a liquid cooled AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition Quad Core CPU, 4GB RAM, an AMD Radeon 6670 graphics card, 700W power supply and 1TB hard drive scurried away in the NZXT Gama Gaming Case.
The Gamer Mage D245, 2011 Mage and Gamer Fire 580 in their gaming cases will retail for $499, $559 and $849, respectively. [Press Release]RELATED
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