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Digital Storm Offers New NVIDIA GPUs In Black|OPS Gaming Desktop

Digital Storm Offers New NVIDIA GPUs In Black|OPS Gaming Desktop

Digital Storm is following the crowd, but how could you blame them? With NVIDIA turning the graphics market upside-down by introducing the Fermi-based graphics card lineup (GeForce GTX 470 and GTX 480), the company is revealing a new version of the Black|OPS gaming PC with NVIDIA's latest in the rig.

The Black|OPS has always been a fantastic gaming machine, but now it's easily the best of the best. Little else has changed in the configurations, with moneyed consumers still able to soup it up with an Intel Core i7-980X Extreme Edition. The new cards are now available as options in the machines, with the Enthusiast configuration (complete with NVIDIA’s GTX 480 GPU) having a base price of $2,891.


Digital Storm Utilizes NVIDIA’s New GPUs In Black¦OPS Gaming PC

Maximum PC 'Kick-Ass' award winning gaming PC now features NVIDIA’s GTX 470 & 480 GPUs, allowing gamers to run graphic intensive applications like never before

Fremont, Calif. - (March 26, 2010) – Digital Storm, the predominant name in system integration, proudly announces another hardware update to its flagship line of gaming systems: Black|OPS. With the integration of NVIDIA’s GTX 470 and 480 GPUs, codenamed Fermi, gamers can now run the most graphic intensive applications on their Black|OPS machine and witness the most visually stunning gaming experience ever.

“NVIDIA’s GTX 480 is without question the most powerful and reliable GPU ever built,” commented Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm’s Director of Product Development. “The integration of these new cards into our Black|OPS platform results in unprecedented graphical performance and truly the most visually immersive gaming experience ever.”

Following Maximum PC’s prestigious “Kick-Ass” award, Digital Storm has created a video review of the Black|OPS system with NVIDIA’s new GTX 480 GPU: http://www.digitalstormonline.com/nvidiafermi.asp

Digital Storm’s Black|OPS systems with NVIDIA’s GTX 470 & 480 are currently available for purchase at www.DigitalStormOnline.com. The Enthusiast configuration with NVIDIA’s GTX 480 GPU has a base price of $2,891 & each Digital Storm system comes with a 3 year parts and labor warranty, including replacement parts, and lifetime customer support.

For images or additional information, please contact Digital Storm Media Representative Brian Metcalf at brianmetcalf@maxborgesagency.com or 305-576-1171 x11, or visit http://www.digitalstormonline.com/compblackops.asp.
 
To learn more about Digital Storm’s complete product offerings, please visit www.DigitalStormOnline.com.



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How big a power supply they putting in this thing?! I've seen some of the sites test the 480 in SLI and it was pulling 800~900 watts under load from the wall. That was with a lightly equipped testing rig. You OC the CPU, load up on the ram, throw a bunch of HDDs and SDDs in there... Yea, that 1200 watt PSU will be running well over 80% of its max power under load.

Seriously, I think you would have to use headphones to play a game on this thing since two 480's will be screaming loud. Not to mention it will serve as a spaceheater in the winter.

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Now thats what I call Insane power for the "Extreme Option".

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A silent power supply that puts out 1000w??? I highly doubt that, especially if you are putting a lot of load on it.

 

I like how opting for the 1600MHz Corsair Dominators are cheaper than their certified memory.

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Wow this must really get the Nvidia fan boys Drooling! Imagine all the power it must consume and the heat it generates.

I guess after you are done paying for it. This thing can keep you warm on those cold nights when the wife is not talking to you, because you chose this over the Tiffany bracelet. Or if you are playing games all the time, I guess you wouldn't have time for a girlfriend anyways :P

It does have some beautiful connectors. In SLI mode it really does look like it actually does something :)

I still believe only one of these is needed for most of the top games today. One would figure two would only be needed if you were outputting to a projection of 300" or more. Or at least one of those 80" projection TV's.

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It does consume alot of power and the heat is pretty up there! I always game with headphones on so im good :P lol.

>>I guess after you are done paying for it. This thing can keep you warm on those cold nights when the wife is not talking to you, because you chose this over the Tiffany bracelet. Or if you are playing games all the time, I guess you wouldn't have time for a girlfriend anyways :P

animatortom you just bought a new wife :P lol

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Inspector:

It does consume alot of power and the heat is pretty up there! I always game with headphones on so im good :P lol.

>>I guess after you are done paying for it. This thing can keep you warm on those cold nights when the wife is not talking to you, because you chose this over the Tiffany bracelet. Or if you are playing games all the time, I guess you wouldn't have time for a girlfriend anyways :P

animatortom you just bought a new wife :P lol

 

Keeps you warm in the winter and makes summers even hotter...

 

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Digital Storm rigs have always put up stellar numbers as far as gaming goes, so it makes sense they went with Fermi so quickly. They do price their rigs kind of high but again, "You gotta pay to play"!!!!!

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