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iBUYPOWER's Valkyrie and Revolt are now available with AMD CPUs

iBUYPOWER partners up with AMD, uses their A10 quad-core CPUs in their Valkyrie and Revolt systems (NYSE:AMD)

| Computer Systems News | Posted: Jul 31, 2013 2:29 am

Earlier today iBUYPOWER unveil their new competition-grade gaming systems that involved a partnership with Computer Logic Gaming, and now they're just announced a partnership with AMD that sees their Valkyrie and Revolt systems powered by AMD CPUs.

 

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First up, the Valkyrie is available with AMD's high-end A10 quad-core CPU and a Radeon HD 8970M GPU with 2GB of GDDR5 memory. The AMD-based Valkyrie systems can be configured with both an SSD and a HDD for the best of both worlds, super-speed and huge storage. iBUYPOWER also decided to offer an AMD option on their Revolt system, where customers can choose an AMD A10-6800K quad-core CPU. This means that the Revolt remains "the industry's leading benchmark in compact, high-performance gaming systems" according to iBUYPOWER.

 

Darren Su, Vice President of iBUYPOWER has said: "At iBUYPOWER, one of our core strengths is being able to offer customers a wide selection of configurations for any of our systems. Yes, we're about producing the best performing systems, but we also want to answer the call for choice. With new Revolts and Valkryies featuring AMD components, we cater to our customer's needs."

 

The new AMD-based systems from iBUYPOWER are available in 17-inch configurations and start from $1129, customers can configure their new AMD-based Valkyries here, while they can configure their new Revolts here.

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