The comprehensive computer simulation study of the phase diagram of the repulsive step potential system in three dimensions is represented. We show that the system with a simple purely repulsive isotropic potential demonstrates a number of unusual features. The maxima and minima on the melting curve are found for some regions of potential parameters. It is shown that the phase diagram in ρ-T plane includes two isostructural crystalline parts separated by the disordered phase which is amorphous at low enough temperatures. Phase diagram in the (P-T) plane shows that the transition to the amorphous state occurs approximately along the extrapolated spinodals. Structural FCC-BCC phase transition is found at high densities.