“Digital Storm was a new name to us when they first called to offer a gaming system for review. They carry a number of different systems, and pride themselves on “performance, support, and value”. Today we’re looking at a no-holds-barred, top of the line system: an overclocked Core i7-965 with water-cooling and triple-SLI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 GPUs. First, we’ll look at the company, the website and ordering process, and the system and components; then we’ll jump into our performance review of the Core i7-965 system.”
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AnandTech had a hard time choosing what system to review from the boutique Digital Storm. With systems ranging from a $1200 Phenom II and DDR2 system to above $6000, there was a lot of choice and AnandTech decided to go with the high end. The system they chose is watercooled with a Core i7-965 @ 4.00GHz on an EVGA X58 3X SLI, 6GB of triple channel Corsair DDR3-1600 and three GTX 285 1GB cards all of which push the price up, along with some other interesting components. Check it out here.