Lomita, California-based V3 Gaming is a new boutique builder on the block. Founded in 2010 by a team of industry veterans (some of whom worked at now-defunct boutique Vigor PC), the company focuses on high-performance machines for the enthusiast market using the latest and greatest hardware available.
For this review, V3 set us up with the Avenger; a full-on 3D capable machine running a trio of ZOTAC GTX 480s and using NVIDIA's 3D Vision system.
Let's strap on the goggles and get gaming!
Specifications, Pricing and Availability
Here's the Avenger's specs:
V3 sells all its systems through the company website, v3gaming.com. As configured, the Avenger goes for $3,599USD, including ground shipping in the US.
For 3D gaming, you'll need a compatible monitor and an NVIDIA 3D Vision Kit, which are available through V3 Gaming, but not included in the price of the Avenger.
V3 includes a three-year warranty for parts and lifetime labor and technical support.
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