Digital Storm Woos Gamers with Sub-Zero Liquid Chilled System

"Custom gaming desktop creator Digital Storm today introduced an all new high-end rig for its gaming followers in the form of the Sub-Zero Liquid Chilled System."

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Custom gaming system creator Digital Storm today introduced an all new high-end rig for its gaming followers in the form of the Sub-Zero Liquid Chilled System. According to the manufacturer, the fully-loaded gaming system is classically designed to meet the needs of the most demanding of gamers.

For starters, the entire set up is housed inside a HailStorm chassis and boasts on an Intel LGA 1366 platform. So users can easily fit a hexa-core processor into the rig if they like. The Sub-Zero also acommodates 12GB of RAM and up to two Radeon HD 5970 or four GeForce GTX 580 graphics cards. This means the Sub-Zero can work up a storm when it comes to powering the modern games of today.

The system also has more than enough space for a 1500W power supply, tons of storage, and two optical drives. With all this good stuff, Digital Storm has also thrown in TEC peltier coolers and clubbed these with liquid cooling components. The combination keeps the entire system chillingly cool; and as every enthusiast knows, such radically low temperatures are great for extreme overclocking.

Pricing for the Sub-Zero Liquid Chilled System has been set at $3,899, with immediate availability via the Digital Storm online store.

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11-11-2010, 11:17:17

Heebs
I've wanted to try water cooling ever since I had the beastly hot launch Xbox 360. However with coolers like the Noctua NHD14 is there a real point to WC your proc these days in terms of performance or is it the bling / I want a smaller cooler than the monster that is the NH D14?

Video cards seem to be another matter, with the heat that some of these guys are putting out, WC seems to to be the way to go to reach that fabled 1gHz mark.

What about motherboard cooling? Is there a real point? Performance gains or just another bling factor for you rig?
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