a serious gaming rig is more than just brute force; it should be able to deal with the immense heat generated by those top shelf components. most gaming rig manufacturers don’t quite see eye-to-eye with this fact and offers “just enough” to cool, but that’s not the case with the Digital Storm Aventum II Gaming PC. to keep things damn seriously cool, the decade old PC maker has adapted automotive technology, including the use of radiators (massive 420mm item!) and an exhaust chamber to built the coolest, fastest and quietest gaming PC to date. not only does this exotic nickel-plated copper liquid cooling system offers the best in the cooling business for those bleeding edge components packed into the Aventum II, but they are a sight to behold and adding to the exquisiteness, each copper piping solution is handcrafted, which means no two Aventum II will be alike. with beauty, extreme cooling, power and a sprinkler of individualism all injected into one dream machine, we can’t imagine what’s not to love about the Aventum II. now that you have the cooling going over and beyond, the only thing left is to be cool headed when you are in the virtual battlefield.

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the Digital Storm Aventum II Gaming PC is available in four levels of starting configurations: Level 1/Good, Level 2/Better, Level 3/Best, and Level 4/Ultimate, with starting price ranges from $4,999 for the Level 1 and runs up to a whopping $9,500 for the top-of-the-food-chain Level 4 setup and doesn’t stop there; each level can be further configured to your personal preferences. speaking of which, the latter goes all the way out by offering an Intel core i7 Extreme Edition 3970X 3.5GHz processor (insane six-core performance!), 16GB DDR3 1866MHz RAM (Corsair Dominator Platinum DHX), three NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan graphics card in SLI, ASUS Rampage IV Extreme X79 motherboard, a 240GB Corsair Neutron GTX Series SSD, a 1TB Western Digital Caviar Black Edition HDD, Blu-ray player/DVD writer combo drive (slim slot loading edition), a 1200W Corsair Pro Platinum Series power supply, RGB LED lighting system, and of course, the much touted liquid cooling system working alongside the Automatic Response to Excess-Heat System (ARES). the Digital Storm Aventum II Gaming PC is available now.

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