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Digital Storm Unleashes Virtue Prebuilt Gaming Systems

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Digital Storm has introduced its new lineup of Micro-ATX gaming systems, the Virtue systems.

Digital Storm has announced the new lineup of Virtue prebuilt gaming PCs, all of which currently feature Intel Haswell CPUs. The units are designed to be a bit smaller than the other ultra-tower offerings from Digital Storm, as well as competitors, yet still pack a good punch. It looks like the case Digital Storm has chosen to use for the Virtue PCs is the Corsair 350D -- a high-performance Micro-ATX enclosure. As such, the enclosures have room for up to five fans as well as a 240 mm radiator and are still quite stylish. They can also house up to two graphics cards, two hard drives and four SSDs.

The entry level model will feature an Intel Core i5-4570 CPU, 8 GB of memory, a GTX 660 graphics card, Corsair H60 CPU water cooling, a 120 GB Corsair SSD and a 1 TB hard drive. It will cost $1,448. The highest model, before any customization, will cost $3,128. This one will pack an Intel Core i7-4770K CPU, a GTX Titan graphics card, 16 GB of DDR3 memory, Corsair H100i liquid cooling, a 1 TB hard drive and a 240 GB Corsair SSD, as well as a Blu-ray drive.

The units are already available on Digital Storm's online webshop.

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    Estix , June 13, 2013 8:05 AM
    I continue to be amazed at the price overhead these systems have.
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    Cazalan , June 13, 2013 8:48 AM
    Looks bland. For 3K there should be more bling.
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    jaber2 , June 13, 2013 9:02 AM
    Small outfits like them can't afford to build own components or have oems build ones for them, so they buy off the shelf anyone else can by then put it together and charge an arm and leg for it. I can build a better system for less at home just buying parts online.
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    Au_equus , June 13, 2013 9:02 AM
    m-atx? you can't put more than two discrete graphics cards. why even bother with a 1050W psu?
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    Sangeet Khatri , June 13, 2013 9:10 AM
    When buy when you can build it for half the price?!