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iBUYPOWER Revolt Now Available for Pre-Order on Newegg and Tiger Direct

February 12, 2013, City of Industry, CA – Rise up above the ordinary and break the standard. iBUYPOWER is proud to announce pre-order availability of the new groundbreaking Revolt gaming system on Newegg and Tiger Direct. Revolt systems begin shipping in early March from these retailers. Pre-order pricing for Revolt starts at just $639. The Revolt is designed to reinvigorate the industry by squeezing incredible performance in a small footprint and wrap the entire package in a beautiful shell. Despite its unassuming size, the Revolt showcases exclusive NVIDIA GeForce graphics up to the GeForce GTX 680, NVIDIA’s current most powerful single-GPU gaming video card. “There’s nothing like this on the market,” said Darren Su, Executive VP and Co-Founder of iBUYPOWER. “We examined every facet of the Revolt’s exterior design as well as its design internally to make sure we are delivering the most amazing PC gaming experience since the last decade, and now customers can order one through Newegg and Tiger Direct.” Key advancements in system design include an exceptionally efficient power supply, cutting-edge chassis design, and advanced component layout. The launch of Revolt caused a stir the size of a hurricane in the tech industry. The system caught the industry and media alike by total surprise – no one was prepared for this. The Revolt aims to reinvigorate the PC gaming industry by ushering in a completely custom design that’s like no other. Smooth and clean l...


Thermalright Archon SB-E X2 CPU Cooler

Thermalright has set a foundation in the cooling world with a number of computer cooling solutions in the last decade and it comes as no surprise that they have some of the top performing CPU Coolers. Today we are going to be looking at the new Thermalright Archon SB-E X2 CPU Cooler. One thing that comes to mind first is this cooler definitely stands out with its aesthetics. While the color choice by Thermalright isn't your typical user's first choice... we found it to be quite interesting. However beyond its aesthetic appeal, we are interested in taking a closer look at the SB-E X2 cooler to find out if it will live up to its name in the thermal solution world. The twin fan single slim tower design may not look like much, but we are looking forward to finding out if it will hold up to expectations. Let's find out!

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