Digital Storm Adds GeForce GTX 590 To New Desktops

Digital Storm Adds GeForce GTX 590 To New Desktops

As so many other pre-fab PC makers have, Digital Storm is also unleashing a number of new / refreshed rigs this week showcasing NVIDIA's blazing fast new GeForce GTX 590 series GPU. In fact, the company's offering up two of these cards in SLI for those with the cash to spend, and there's also a Core i7-2600K processor if you're really looking to max out.

Digital Storm’s revamped Black OPS and Special OPS gaming PC lines can now support 3D Vision Surround at an impressive 5760x1080 resolution on a single GeForce GTX 590 graphic card thanks to the three dual-link DVI ports. They're available to purchase starting now for $2500 and up, so don't go in with any sort of tight budget.

Digital Storm Unleashes the Most Powerful Line of Gaming PCs with NVIDIA’s New GeForce GTX 590 Series

Fremont, Calif. - (March 24, 2011) – Digital Storm, the predominant name in system integration, proudly announces the most powerful line of gaming PCs thanks to NVIDIA’s new GeForce® GTX 590 series. Two GeForce® GTX 590’s in Quad-SLI coupled with a 5.2GHz overclock on the Intel® Core™ i7-2600K processor deliver benchmark crushing performance for an unbelievably immersive gaming experience.

Digital Storm’s revamped Black OPS and Special OPS gaming pc lines are now able to achieve rich detailed 3D Vision Surround gaming at an impressive 5760x1080 resolution on a single GeForce® GTX 590 graphic card thanks to the three dual-link DVI ports.

“Our new revamped gaming line with NVIDIA’s new GTX 590s in Quad-SLI is the most powerful combination of technology we’ve ever integrated and the performance numbers will absolutely blow away enthusiasts everywhere,” remarked Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm’s Director of Product Development.

Digital Storm’s Black OPS and Special OPS gaming computers with NVIDIA’s GeForce® GTX 590 are currently available for purchase at www.DigitalStormOnline.com with a starting price of $2,500.
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Digital Storm makes some pretty machines. As for this add or a 6990 add it has kind of become expected. When you do everything that is expected in the long run it just becomes a oh they did it to. Although Digital storm pays a lot of attention to the inside of there units, and I think that is what really sets them apart from many, there are others who do the same such as the producers of the current contest PC Maingear, Cyberpower etc.

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I cannot wait until digital storm packages and sells their subzero cooling system. They keep on saying that it's coming.

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lol they're fairly good priced for the parts your getting... just built a dream pc to see the price from there and it was only $50 more than if i bought the parts separately :)

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I don't know a lot of about digital storm they've always seemed a bit overpriced in the past. They do have some stiff competition with maingear, cyber power, origin, along with others who also have the 590. I can't imagine running dual 590's, that is one very sexy looking machine.

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