A Closer Look
So taking a look at the actual tower itself it has a pretty cool look to it. The front has this line that goes through it in a diagonal fashion, this will actually light up red when the system is powered on. Right towards the bottom there is a small iBUYPOWER logo.
Moving up to the top of the case you’ll find a few connections and buttons. You have two USB 3.0 ports, HD audio connections, power LED, hard drive activity LED, and a combo power / reset button.
The case has dual tinted tempered glass side panels. Each side panel can be easily removed by four thumbscrews.
Getting the main side panel of the case off we can take a look inside. The inside of the case has a pretty basic design. There is a large power supply cover that separates the top and bottom of the case. One thing that is noticeable is the lack of fans included with the system, there are actually no fans that come with the system. The only two that are there are the ones on the all-in-one liquid CPU cooler. iBUYPOWER is using an ASROCK Z370 Pro4 motherboard, although in CPU-Z it shows up as the ASROCK Z370 Pro4-IB, which makes me think the board is specifically made for iBUYPOWER.
The system is powered by the Intel Core i7-8700K processor. It is being cooled by an all-in-one liquid CPU cooler, which looks to be made by Asetek. The cooler has a dual-fan setup with a push-pull configuration.
As far a memory goes the system is outfitted with 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) of ADATA’s XPG Z1 DDR4 memory that runs at 2133 MHz with timings of 15-15-15-36.
The graphics card that iBUYPOWER is using an An ASUS GeForce GTX 1070, more specifically the DUAL-GTX1070-O8G.
Finally we come to storage. For the main OS drive we have a WD Green 240 GB solid state drive. It is mounted on top of the power supply cover. The second drive is a WD Blue 7200 RPM hard drive, which is mounted on the backside of the case.