Wednesday, January 9th 2013

Digital Storm Announces the Aventum II Desktop

Digital Storm, the predominant name in computer system integration and engineering, unveils Aventum II - the next leap in the evolution of custom, high-performance PC design. The original Aventum, a Popular Science 2012 Best of What's New award winner, was recognized for its ground breaking liquid cooling solution. Aventum II takes that proprietary cooling design to another level with the addition of nickel plated copper piping that dramatically increases system durability while providing a visual aesthetic enthusiasts will drool over.

"The Aventum II is a performance inspired machine, its very nature required our engineering team to push the envelope during development," said Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm's Director of Product Development. "That's why we chose to be the first system integrator to offer copper piping to end users inside a high-performance PC, like the Aventum II. Enthusiasts will get an infinitely more durable cooling system that can weather the extreme heat that bleeding edge hardware produces."


Beyond the fundamental performance benefits from the new cooling system inside the Aventum II, the aesthetics created by the nickel-plated copper tubing are incredibly appealing. Enthusiasts have never seen a machine that offers such extreme-performance while delivering stunning internal design outside of a one-off showpiece.

In addition, a newly designed control board put's management of Aventum II's vast array of up to 22 fans at the user's fingertips via exclusive software. Another notable achievement is the new exhaust chamber design. The redesigned thermal compartment is now divided into two separate channels by a middle panel. The separation causes less air congestion and with fans at the front and back of the thermal chamber, improves airflow and dramatically increases the cooling efficiency of Aventum II's high performance components.
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4 Comments on Digital Storm Announces the Aventum II Desktop

#1
erixx
wow, just wow!
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#2
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
Looking mighty fine indeed. This is the kind of stuff that you can't get easily when building your own rig. Way better than those generic looking Alienware or Asus Predator etc.

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#3
jboydgolfer
This was done better by "seinron" (IMO) in TPU case MOD gallery.
Although I MUST admit, that the Nickel plating IS very nice.
True master's @ work here.
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