Digital Storm Fuses High-Performance and Value with SPECIAL|OPS Line of Gaming Computers New line of value priced Intel Core i7,Core i5 and AMD Phenom II powered gaming PCs Fremont, Calif. - (June 18, 2010) – Digital Storm, the predominant name in computer system integration and engineering, proudly debuts a new line of high-performance yet affordable gaming PCs – SPECIAL|OPS. Digital Storm’s SPECIAL|OPS gaming systems offer gamers overclocked machines, with quality components from vendors like Intel, NVIDIA, AMD and others, at a fraction of the price of other gaming PCs. During the launch of the SPECIAL|OPS line, Digital Storm is offering complimentary overclocking between 3.3GHz to 3.9GHz. Each TwisterBoost overclocked SPECIAL|OPS system undergoes a rigorous 72-Hour Stress-Test to ensure all components are completely stable prior to shipping. SPECIAL|OPS also offers a number of chassis options, including both the HailStorm and Assassin chassis that are featured in Digital Storm’s flagship line of Black|OPS gaming PCs. “Our SPECIAL|OPS systems receive the same level of attention, with respect to the quality build and stringent testing procedures, as our Black|OPS systems; they truly represent a phenomenal value for the price,” commented Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm’s Director of Product Development. “To be the predominant name in system integration means that we not only lead the industry with bleeding-edge rigs, but that we also offer systems for gamers of every budget. Our new SPECIAL|OPS line is the ultimate solution for gamers who want incredible performance and the most bang for their buck.” Digital Storm’s SPECIAL|OPS gaming PCs are available for purchase at http://www.digitalstormonline.com/compspecialdeals.asp and configurations range from $987 - $2,429
Nice looking, Also look like alot of places dust can collect.
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