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iBuyPower Announces GTX 780 Option for Gaming Desktops

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iBuyPower, as of now, sells gaming PC's with the GTX 780 built in.

iBuyPower has announced that the GTX 780 is now part of its lineup of options for its gaming desktops. The graphics card sports 2304 stream processors, 192 TMUs, 3 GB of GDDR5 memory that runs at an effective speed of 6.0 GHz over a 384-bit memory interface, as well as support for the Boost 2.0 technology.

“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.

Systems equipped with the GTX 780 graphics card start at prices of $1,699 and can climb all the way to $2,999 for a system equipped with not one, but two GTX 780s paired with an Intel Core i7-3930K processor. You can find the systems here.

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    dietrich1 , May 23, 2013 1:56 PM
    i bought a desktop back in 05 from cyberpowerpc, because it was about 100 dollars cheaper than buying all the parts separately on newegg. (sometimes it works that way, most of the time it's cheaper building your own.)
    for expensive hardware such as the 780gtx, the savings gap tends to widen in the favor of building it yourself. for hardware in the mid-range/low-range, tends to be the sweet spot for companies like this.
    i can't wait for haswell to be released. coupled with the 780gtx, minimum FPS at 60, awww yeah. smooth as butter!
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    JOSHSKORN , May 23, 2013 5:33 PM
    They don't offer the Define XL R2, so forget it. Neither does CyberPowerPC.com
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    christop , May 23, 2013 5:46 PM
    Expensive.................................
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    yobobjm , May 23, 2013 10:10 PM
    I know this isn't directly related to the article but wouldn't Nvidia benefit from a longer life cycle of it's products not only because they wouldn't have to make faster GPUs (which costs them money where they could just make slower, cheaper to manufacture products, and sell them for the same price) and also would create greater demand because people would be waiting for products instead of having a new product come out right as they buy the previous generation.
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    cats_Paw , May 24, 2013 4:06 AM
    Yobobjm, If they did that AMD would take over the segment of the market that nVidia is not filling.