Excited about Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 560 Ti videocard? You aren't the only one. Boutique system builder iBuyPower announced it's now offering the new GPU across its entire line of desktops, including its LAN Warrior II Paladin XLC and Level 10 lines.
If you're not yet acquainted with the GTX 560 Ti, we have some recommended reading:
The short and sweet of it is Nvidia's GTX 560 Ti offers "impressive performance for the dolloar and watt," and depending on what cooling solution is being used, noise is acceptable too.
As it pertains to iBuyPower, the company's aforementioned LAN Warrior II starts at $970 when equipped with a GTX 560 Ti. Other options include a Palit Sonic GTX 560 Ti (900MHz) for $19 more, an EVGA Superclocked GTX 560 Ti (900MHz) for $29 more, or a 2GB GTX 560 Ti that also adds $29 to the bottom line.