May 23, 2013 - City of Industry, CA - If you want the best graphics on the market, bar-none, we've got it.
iBUYPOWER is excited to announce the availability of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 780 graphics cards in its performance gaming systems. Gaming performance from a GeForce GTX 780 is screen shredding, tearing apart frame rate barriers and delivering incredible details at ultra-settings in games with authority.
Packing 2,304 shaders, 192 texture units, 3 GB of GDDR5, 1,502 MHz clock speed, and weighing in at 7.1 billion transistors, the GeForce GTX 780 spares nothing in terms of cutting-edge features.
"We always stay on the forefront of performance, and equipping our systems with the latest graphics technologies allows us to give our customers the best possible experience," said Darren Su, Co-Founder and VP of iBUYPOWER.
iBUYPOWER is the official gaming PC of Major League Gaming. NVIDIA's latest GeForce GTX 780 graphics cards are available right now in iBUYPOWER's award winning systems. Check out the new levels of performance here:
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