iBUYPOWER Unveils Next Generation Erebus GT

iBUYPOWER Unveils Next Generation Erebus GT

Never one to be outdone, iBUYPOWER unveiled their Next Generation Erebus GT today at the 2012 CES show in Las Vegas. iBUYPOWER is a leading manufacturer of custom gaming PCs and Erebus GT, named for the God Darkness, utilizes overclocking and liquid cooling to give it an edge in the gaming system market place.

Made from rugged steel and aluminum, the Erebus GT continues where the first generation system left off. With everyone tight on space these days, the Erebus GT has been redesigned from the previous generation to feature a smaller footprint while maintaining the cooling ability. The Erebus GT retained some of the previous models features like the top fill port, the built-in reservoir that can be checked through the front panel, and the transparent fins on top that are used to redirect exhaust to the rear of the chassis.

Erebus GT New Features:

  • Removable hard drive cages with mounted fans for improved internal airflow
  • Larger 140mm radiators and an aluminum top panel
  • 3 radiators and 13mm high flow tubing pump out 4.5 gallons per minute of cooling liquid
  • Case design that creates a unidirectional air flow to help the cooling system reach a maximum rated heat dissipation of 2,500W

“The Erebus was an incredibly successful system, however we pay close attention to customer feedback and knew we could improve on the original design.” said Darren Su, Executive Vice President of iBUYPOWER. “As requested, we were able to reduce both the size and price of the system without significantly impacting performance. The slightly smaller Erebus GT is every bit the equal of the larger first generation model, armed with unmatched cooling capabilities and designed to be overclocked.”

Look for the iBUYPOWER Erebus GT to be available soon at iBUYPOWER.com.

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