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Tuesday, 10 March 2009 14:13

iBuyPower launches two systems with 3D Vision

Written by Slobodan Simic

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One AMD and one Intel based

iBuyPower has launched two new systems that feature Nvidia's Geforce 3D Vision technology, the Gamer Fire 640 - 3D, based on AMD's platform and the Gamer Paladin F830 - 3D, based on Intel Core i7 platform.

The first one, Gamer Fire 640 features AMD's Phenom II X3 720 working at 2.8GHz, paired up with Gigabyte's GA-MA790XT-UD4P motherboard and and 4GB of DDR3-1333 memory. The rest of the specs for this one includes Nvidia's Geforce 9800GTX+ 512MB card, 500GB of SATA-II hard drive space, optical drive, PSI CycloneX Gaming Tower case and of course, the Nvidia Geforce 3D Vision bundle. Interestingly enough they still didn't renamed 9800GTX+ to GTS250.

The Gamer Paladin F830 packs a bit more punch with Intel's Core i7 920 CPU, Asus P6T X58 motherboard and Nvidia's Geforce GTX 260 Core 216 graphics card with 896MB of memory. The rest of the specs for this one includes 6GB of DDR3-1333 memory, 750GB SATA-II hard drive, CoolerMaster's HAF 932 case, Blu-ray/HD-DVD/DVD burner, free Far Cry 2 game and Nvidia's Geforce 3D Vision bundle.

Both systems are running on Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit OS, and both uses the same Samsung 22" SyncMaster 120Hz LCD monitor in order for the 3D Vision to work. The basic version of Gamer Fire 640 with AMD Phenom II X3 CPU is priced at US $1,349 while the Core i7 Gamer Paladin F830 has a US $1,999 price tag.

You can find them both here.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 10 March 2009 14:45

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