Here at Custom PC Review, we generally don’t do too many reviews on pre-built systems. I’m a huge proponent of doing my own custom builds, but it’s understandable that not everyone has the time to spend building new systems and having the knowledge of building your own systems sometimes does come at a price – especially when all of your friends discover how much cheaper it is when you build a system for them (and invariably the issue of you becoming free tech support as soon as the system has any issues).
This is why today we’ll be reviewing a pre-built system from boutique PC builder, CyberPowerPC. While [...]
Digital Storm, the predominant name in computer system integration and engineering, proudly introduces the X17E, the fastest gaming laptop on the market. Featuring either NVIDIA’s GTX 680M or AMD’s Radeon 7970M GPU, Digital Storm’s flagship 17” laptop delivers extreme gaming performance that is second to none.
Whichever GPU gamers select, X17E delivers rich, detailed graphics on the system’s 17” display at 1080P HD resolution (1920 x 1080). Digital Storm’s technicians can stably overclock Intel’s latest i7-3920XM CPU to an impressive 4.5 GHz, that when combined [...]
With the recent release of Intel’s new 22nm Ivy Bridge CPUs, boutique computer manufactures such as Alienware, Digital Storm, Maingear and many others have updated to the new silicon and plunged in on to the opportunity to be the best on the block. As an update to the Sandy Bridge processors, the new Ivy Bridge processors boast lower power consumption, a die shrink, and higher performance.
The update will affect both laptops and desktops ranging from thin and light 11″ notebooks to high end gaming desktops. Interested in what the companies have to say about their updated products? More details in the following [...]
Digital Storm, a boutique PC builder renowned for their powerful pre-built systems, recently announced a new budget line of gaming PCs known as the Marauder.
With the goal of increasing resolutions and framerates for gamers with wallets shallower than a frying pan, the Marauder is actually very reasonably priced especially compared to some of its brothers such as the Aventium, HailStorm, and Syndicate. With prices ranging from $799 (Level1: Good) to $1299 (Level4: Ultimate), the Marauder will give gamers on a budget a taste of what it feels like to own a Digital Storm PC.
Following it’s tradition of making their PCs easier [...]