Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Digital storm's new GTX 970 and 980 powered systems unveiled

There's a lot of talk about the new Nvidia GTX  980 these days . The new 980 and 970 Graphics cards  offer good specs for prople searching for good power at a price , and due to its popularity , many companies are now using the card for their off the shelf pc towers, digital storm , one of the more creative hardware companies (like MainGear) are said to be combining the new Nvidia 900 series cards with their new Virtue Level 2 and Level 3 systems (level 2 models have the 970 version, Level 3's have the 980 version) and Bolt 2  Level 2 and 3 systems as well as high end Hailstorm 2 ($4225) and Aventum 2($4643) towers . Other specs on the devices include

Level 1 Aventum II and Hailstorm II systems

Intel Core i7 4790K , 2x NVIDIA GTX980 4GB , 1TB HDD, 250GB SSD ,Liquid cooling system a ASUS Z97 motherboard and Windows 8.1 Pro

Level 2 and Level 3 Virtue systems ($1670 Level 2 ) ($2125 Level 3)

Virtue - Intel Core i5 4th gen (8GB RAM on Level 2) (16GB Ram on Level 3) , 120GB SSD ,1TB HDD , Asus Z97 motherboard  , (Nvidia GTX 970 on Level 2 , Nvidia GTX 980 on level 3) ,(copper cooling system Level 2 , 120mm liquid cooling system level 3)

Level 2 and Level 3 Bolt II  systems ($1652 Level 2 ) ($2620 Level 3)

Bolt - Intel Core i5 4th gen (8GB RAM on Level 2) (16GB Ram on Level 3) , 120GB SSD ,1TB HDD ,(Asus H97 motherboard on level 2 , Asus Z97 motherboard on level 3) , (Nvidia GTX 970 on Level 2 , Nvidia GTX 980 on level 3)  


The new high powered graphics kit offers 2048 CUDA cores and the new Maxwell GM204-400 GPU.The card along with 4GB of GDDR5 memory, if you can't spend $500+ on the card , you can buy the "affordable" Nvidia GTX 970 , which has 1664 CUDA cores and basically similar features as the 980 in terms of GPU and onboard memory .

Written by Rakitha for MasHD

Source - DigitalTrends

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