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AMD Designs Special Edition Case With a Dragon

Ah dragons, such wonderful creatures. The majestic dragon is commonly used to give a sense of badassness, particularly in designs. Those who like tattoos on their backs have a higher chance of dragons than any other designs. But for those who don't want to get inked, now there's a case designed by AMD and iBuypower that feature a dragon.

The Dragon Chassis is based on the NZXT Lexa enclosure features the metallic AMD Dragon with its "piercing red eyes, wings spread and jaws open poised to strike" which will "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.”

Systems built in the Dragon Chassis come stocked with two cooling fans and liquid cooling availability and can be configured with the six core Phenom II x6 processor. Systems are available now at iBuypower.com starting at $439.

  • Nightsilver
    Do want.
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  • madass
    The green X6 logo is cheesy.
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  • teaser
    yeah wicked,but the x6 logo does have to go,i agree
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  • cptnjarhead
    Im not one for custom cases.. but it does look cool.
    Just wish they had a better CPU to put in it.
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  • schm1tty
    Yeah this thing is pretty sweet, but idk, I prefer the minimalist look...and the more powerful i7:P
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  • Emperus
    Nicely done.. Though i too agree with the fact that the green X6 logo spoils the show..
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  • mauller07
    Would be so much cooler if the case was actually a dragon and as it starts up it spits out fire and its eyes glow as your hdd access.
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  • nebun
    ugly and slow compared with and intel based machine
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  • superblahman123
    that would look great with a Corei7 sticker on the front ;-)
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  • BluntObjection
    Cood design.
    Cooling options seems really limited. You pretty much HAVE to go with the liquid cooling option if you get the case. Two fans just aren't going to cut it for the majority of us.
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