Digital Storm are back once again with a new gaming PC that will send your credit card bill through the roof, introducing the Aventum II. The Aventum II steps it up considerably, as it was built by Digital Storm's in-house team of engineers, taking ten years worth of customer requests to build the dream machine.
No off-the-shelf components chassis or cooling was used, it all had to be custom built from the ground up. Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm's Director of Product Development says: "We (Digital Storm) unveiled an Aventum II prototype at CES 2013 and have been working to prefect the design since. The final product is a unique system, completely designed from the ground up featuring a bold look and packing enough power to go toe to toe with any PC on the planet."
Digital Storm's Aventum II is crafted exclusively from steel and copper, with no plastic in the construction used at all. The nickel-plated copper piping solution had inspiration from high-end automotive cooling solutions and is handcrafted, so that no two Aventum II gaming systems are identical. We have three massive 420mm radiators inside of the Aventum II, which should keep the system working beautifully, and cool.
Each Aventum II system features the best components available, with configurations consisting of overclocked Core i7 Extreme Edition processors, as well as NVIDIA's GeForce GTX TITAN GPU. For the top of the line Aventum II, which features three GTX TITAN's, you'll be looking at a wallet-busting $9500 total.
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