Digital Storm VIRTUE: Intel Haswell-Powered Gaming PC

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Based on the Unigine game engine, the Unigine benchmarks offer dramatic 3D tours of exotic environments, complete with dynamic skies, tessellation, and SSAO (screen-space ambient occlusion).

Unigine Heaven and Valley Benchmarks
DirectX 11 Gaming

Unigine Heaven provides heavy tessellation use and a dynamic sky to stress modern graphics cards. The Valley benchmark, on the other hand, is loaded with vegetation. The benchmark tours a forest thick with flowers, boulders, and rivers. We ran the test at 1920 x 1080, on Ultra Quality and with the Extreme Tessellation option.












The Radeon HD 7990 GPU continues to tear up the turf in the Unigine tests, outstripping the VIRTUE’s GTX 780 GPU, which again scored lower than the AVADirect system with its Titan.

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That optical drive looks COMPLETELY out of place there...

I haven't used my optical drive in almost a year for anything whatsoever.

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It really is out of place and ugly. Inner beauty is what counts and that machine is got that part down for sure.

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With that hardware and service I'm guess its ridiculously expensive!

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The build seems really solid, even has a blu-ray player. My only quarrel is the aesthetics of the optical drive don't quite match the sleek/shiny aesthetics of the case. Other then that, It looks really nice

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Wow, digital storm always impresses me

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digital storm builds are really solid.. if you are willing to spend a lot of money then go for digital storm

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pretty nice over all tho that op drive is ugly

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yeah i agreed with the other guys that op drive there look way out of place, just look at it

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Cannot wait to be able to afford a Haswell!

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Really awsome choice on the H100i Liquid Cooler. Amazing cooling with that piece of tech!

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