iBUYPOWER is a familiar name around here, and when they keep launching cool things like this, we're not surprised. This time around it's not a piece of excellent PC gaming hardware, but more on the software side of things. The company has just announced that MAGIC is available for all of their multitouch-capable gaming rigs. What is MAGIC? Well, follow after the break to find out.
We all know that the SSD has many benefits when compared to a traditional HDD. One of those benefits is speed. You get faster boot times and your apps load faster from a SSD. Another big benefit from a SSD is longer battery life, but the SSD is also much more robust than a HDD.
iBUYPOWER is a maker of all sorts of gaming computers with notebooks and desktops among its offerings. The machines are available in a bunch of different price ranges with all the hardware that a gamer would want regardless of if they prefer Intel or AMD based machines.
I haven't purchased a desktop computer in years; I like to build my own. One of the things I don’t really do a good job of is routing the wires that I don’t use inside the machine. My routing job usually consists of cramming the extra wires into the vacant 5.25-inch bays in the front of the computer.
Recently it's been all desktops from iBUYPOWER, but the company has outed a new notebook and it looks pretty decent. The iBUYPOWER Battalion Touch CZ-11 range packs Intel Core i7 processors, ATI Radeon HD 5650 graphics and a 15.6-inch Full HD 1920 x 1080 display, the latter of which is multitouch-capable.
With the arrival of Intel's Core i7-980X hexacore processor, we're told we can expect even greater extremes of performance; several gaming and workstation manufacturers have already announced new models using the desktop CPU. Custom desktop builder iBuyPower sent over their latest machine, the Paladin F Series Desktop, pairing the i7-980X with dual ATI graphics and liquid-cooling. Could this be the fastest desktop we've ever tested? Read on for the full SlashGear review.
We've got to hand it to iBUYPOWER. They know how to release the computer that just look fun to use. The Paladin series, announced today, is no difference. This is one of those products that we just want to touch. Sure, it doesn't hurt that the innards of these things make us want to actually use them. The company has officially announced the latest in their Paladin series, and these are definitely a chip off the old block.