iBUYPOWER Launches Two Phenom II X6 Powered Systems, Limited Edition Dragon Chassis

For whatever reason, people love to buy limited edition products. Even random limited edition products like cars, foods and even PCs. iBUYPOWER has just launched two new AMD Phenom II x6-powered towers in limited edition dragon chassis, and for those who aren't looking to buy their own machine piece-by-piece, these look like solid options.

The new Dragon Chassis was designed in conjunction with AMD, boasting red eyes, wings spread and a pretty wild overall paint scheme. These rigs also come with loads of high-end components, and they can be configured with the powerful six core Phenom II x6 processor. It also ships with comes two cooling fans and liquid cooling availability, though the lower-end machines start at just $439. Not bad!


iBUYPOWER Launches Two New Phenom II x6 Powered Systems in Limited Edition Dragon Chassis
Systems available for configuration in new AMD-themed Dragon Chassis

El Monte, CA – September 22, 2010 – iBUYPOWER, a leading innovator in gaming PCs, is excited to announce the new limited edition Dragon Chassis, designed in conjunction with AMD.  The uniquely wrapped NZXT Lexa enclosure features the metallic AMD Dragon with its piercing red eyes, wings spread and jaws open poised to strike. The AMD Dragon Special Edition Chassis is designed to add an element of lethality to gamers’ lifestyles.

“The AMD Dragon platform delivers the superior performance and stunning visuals gamers demand,” said Darren Su, Vice President of iBUYPOWER.  “We are proud to have one of our systems branded with an industry leader like AMD and a striking design any gamer would be proud to take into battle.”

The new Dragon systems come fully loaded with top end components to match their aggressive exteriors.  Systems built in the Dragon Chassis can be configured with the powerful six core Phenom II x6 processor, which excels at multitasking and multithreaded activities like movie encoding or gaming.  The AMD Dragon Special Edition Chassis comes stocked with two cooling fans and liquid cooling availability to keep even the most beastly systems cool under fire.

Limited edition iBUYPOWER Dragon systems are available now at iBUYPOWER.com starting at just $439.

Customers with more specific gaming needs can configure a fully customizable gaming PC at iBUYPOWER.com.  All iBUYPOWER systems come standard with 1 year limited warranty and lifetime technical support.
Via:  iBUYPOWER
Tags:  AMD, dragon, Phenom, IBuyPower
Comments
acarzt 4 years ago

Sweet looking case... How about a sweepstakes on this one? ;-)

Dave_HH 4 years ago

Hmm... I suppose that could be possible. :) Will have to check.

realneil 4 years ago

[quote user="acarzt"]How about a sweepstakes on this one?[/quote]

 

Man, you have the best idea's!!

 

Yeah Baby!!

Whoo!

amdcrankitup 4 years ago

That is a sweet looking rig no doubt

lonewolf 4 years ago

Yea I must say the case looks clean. I wonder what the production run is on these?

inspector 4 years ago

i'll opt in for the case :) lol, who wants the dragon guts? :D lol

realneil 4 years ago

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i'll opt in for the case :) lol, who wants the dragon guts? :D lol

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Nothing wrong with those guts at all.

Inspector 4 years ago

[quote user="realneil"]

[quote user="Inspector"]

i'll opt in for the case :) lol, who wants the dragon guts? :D lol

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Nothing wrong with those guts at all.

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Ya i know, but i would have no use for a second computer :). So ya xD

realneil 4 years ago

Why put Intel parts into an obvious AMD case?

Besides, the case you're already looking at, the Sniper, is bad-ass.

Inspector 4 years ago

lol, well the case looks REAL nice so why not :). Even if it says AMD on the front, it doesn't mean it can't have intel guts :)

realneil 4 years ago

[quote user="Inspector"] lol, well the case looks REAL nice so why not :). Even if it says AMD on the front, it doesn't mean it can't have intel guts [/quote]

Yes, it's a nice looking case. Some would call it sacrilegious to put Intel parts into a Dragon Themed Case though.

fat78 4 years ago

New egg is having a shell shocker deal for haf 932 amd case, if any one cares.

http://www.newegg.com/Special/ShellShocker.aspx?cm_sp=ShellShocker-_-11-119-212-_-09272010

I like it, but thats me some might not like that red(dosnt have side fan like other haf cases).

Inspector 4 years ago

ya my friend is building a new rig soon, hes ordering the rest of his parts tomorrow. He asked me what i thought of the amd case... i just said the red makes it so ugly :(.

fat78 4 years ago

For the price its a very nice deal.

realneil 4 years ago

[quote user="fat78"]

For the price its a very nice deal.

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I agree, for such a good price, one could get used to the red real fast.

animatortom 4 years ago

Alot more stylistic than the Thundercat case:P

acarzt 4 years ago

lol, I wouldn't be able to put anything bu AMD in that case.... I just couldn't bring myself to do it :-P

That is a sick case tho.

Where are you at intel? No Counter?

realneil 4 years ago

[quote user="acarzt"]Where are you at intel?[/quote]

They're Just Not That 'Into Us',...............

RMedley 4 years ago

Yeah; I don't know about the AMD/Intel debate in a dragon case. I know AMD used the Dragon name on one of there hardware combination's, but how does that give that to AMD? I mean it is really just a marketing thing anyway (IE: "AMD Dragon Platform"). Either way sweet looking case, not to mention a six core system contest would be very sweet, be it Intel or AMD!

realneil 4 years ago

[quote user="RMedley"]how does that give that to AMD?[/quote]

I don't think that they have any kind of ironclad claim to the use of a dragon, but the one on this case is the exact one that's been used in AMD's advertising. The AMD Logo is all over it too

[quote user="RMedley"]Either way sweet looking case, not to mention a six core system contest would be very sweet, be it Intel or AMD[/quote].

I agree,..it's a very nice design on this case. And a Hex-Core PC would be nice to have, especially once software code catches up, and can actually use the technology.

I have plans to build a Hex-Core in the next few months.

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