iBUYPOWER Paladin E-Series Gaming PCs Outed With Power Drive Overclocking Service Thrown In

Sep 9, 2009
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It's been just over a month since we last heard anything from iBUYPOWER regarding a PC, but here we are with a brand new offering, filled with goodies for all the PC gamers out there. This time around, we've got the Paladin E-Series, which is based on the Intel "Lynnfield" processors and new P55 chipsets. There's three models to choose from: the Gamer Paladin E870, E780, and E720, each of which features one of Intel's new Core i7 800-series or Core i5 processors, along with the newest P55 chipset motherboards.

iBUYPOWER is aiming to provide top-notch gaming power, all rolled up into an affordable package, by releasing the Paladin E-Series. In this regard, the company is including their new Power Drive Overclocking Service, for the first time ever. iBUYPOWER will offer three levels of service: up to 10%, up to 20%, and finally up to 30%. The 10% overclocking service is actually free, with the second level (up to 20%) going for $49, and the final level of service (up to 30%) coming in at $99. iBUYPOWER's overclocking service is an important addition to the company's innovative array of system improvements and specialized build options.

Other features included in the package include the Harmony sound reduction system which reduces system noise; an internal USB expansion system which improves both the front panel and internal USB connectivity; and the Specialized Advanced Packaging system, which is a needed addition in foam packaging to help promote safer delivery of items, when shipped. The Paladin E-Series PCs are available right now, and available at iBUYPOWER's site. The units starts at $649, and are customizable.

[via iBUYPOWER]


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