CES 2013: iBUYPOWER Unveils Revolt Gaming PC
January 9, 2013 4:54 PM
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The new PC goes for style and functionality
has a new, flashy gaming PC that it's showing off at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
iBUYPOWER has announced the Revolt, which is a new and
stylish gaming PC
with Intel CPUs and the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics.
The Revolt is designed to be visually appealing with its white, black and blue exterior. It's also customizable, so gamers will want to show off more than just their actual games.
“We didn’t look to the industry for inspiration when we were developing Revolt. What we looked for was the burning question of, what would we like to have on our own desks? We wanted to shake up the industry and make something beautiful. This is what Revolt is,” said Darren Su, Co-Founder and VP of iBUYPOWER.
Aside from exterior design, the Revolt is also built to handle any amount of gaming. It has an efficient and compact power supply, liquid cooling and advanced component support. This chassis structure also reduces noise generation from excess chassis fans common in standard gaming desktops, and to maximize CPU overclocking ability, Revolt customers have the option to mount liquid CPU cooling with up to a full-size 140mm radiator.
Additionally, the mini-iTX motherboard and internal peripherals are designed to enhance the functionality of the system, including upgrades and overclocking features.
Customers can pre-order the Revolt now, and it will ship in February 2013.
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1/10/2013 2:13:47 PM
I understand but not many gamers actually travel with their systems and if you don't travel with this machine it really isn't worth buying unless for some reason you absolutely positively don't have room for anything bigger. Is this about the size of a 360? because I know friends who complain about traveling even with that.
Seems more like a wannabe gamers rig than a real gamer or hardware fanatic.
1/10/2013 6:55:03 PM
Right, but if you do like to travel with your machines and go to LAN parties then this is actually pretty good. It is certainly better than lugging around a tower.
What benefit does having a full size ATX mobo give you from a gamer standpoint? If you can get a good GPU in there, and last I checked an overclocked GTX 670 is pretty good, then who cares?
Obviously if you want to fit a bunch of hard drives in there then you wouldn't get this case, but file hoarders or home servers are a different market from a gamer who likes to travel with their machine a lot.
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