In addition to supplying a very fun and immersive stereoscopic 3D gaming experience, the Avenger from V3 Gaming proved to be quite a performance powerhouse. Although we were never able to get a 3DMark Vantage score on it, the other benchmarks show that the Avenger performs well towards the head of the class, especially in regular gaming mode.
V3 gives us the type of machine we expect from a quality boutique shop, including value-adding tweaks such as significant, stable processor overclocking and RAID 0 hard drive performance. The build quality is rock solid and, as we learned during the review process, the guys at V3 are very easy to get a hold of and a pleasure to deal with. Had we absolutely needed to get 3DMark Vantage running on this system, we're quite confident V3 would have resolved the issue for us.
Even if you're not yet in the market for a 3D system, V3 offers a wide range of systems at reasonable prices and will work with you to configure a system that meets your needs both now and in the future. The Avenger is a great system that we don't hesitate to recommend.
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