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iBuyPower Releases Erebus GT

Posted on Thursday, March 15 @ 00:00:00 Eastern by

The folks at iBuyPower keep opening up more and more avenues to high-end PC gaming. As an enthusiast who's consistenly intimidated by the kind of components and rig building I'd like to do, I can appreciate the work they're doing to provide custom builds for gamers without the know-how to do it themselves.

To further that goal, iBuyPower have announced availability for the Erebus GT, a water-cooled gaming rig that circulates 4.5 gallons of coolant per minute via 13mm tubing and three radiators. The "God of Darkness" starts at $899, meaning you can go affordable and move your already owned components in or upgrade once you've got enough for a new graphics card or more.

The previous Erebus is now titled the Erebus XL. Picking up a new Erebus GT comes with complimentary PowerDrive Overclocking Service, professional overclocking service from iBuyPower's techs.

I would never, ever bother with watercooling myself, but the Erebus GT is a totally viable option for n00bs like me who are too scared to fiddle with this kind of hardcore rig building. You can learn more about the Erebus GT at iBuyPower's website.

Don't forget to check out our review of the iBuyPower Chimera Inferno 4 too!
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