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V3 Gaming PC Launches Traverse Small Form Factor Desktop PC

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    V3 Gaming PC, manufacturer of high-end computer systems, has announced the availability of the Traverse Small Form Factor desktop gaming PC. This launch coincides with the release of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics card which offers excellent performance at an incredible price. The Traverse desktop is designed to bridge the gap between large, ultra high-end desktop gaming PCs and the miniscule, underpowered small form factor PCs that have recently flooded the market.

    The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics card is the latest in a series of superb products based on the "Kepler" GPU architecture that represents a significant upgrade over the previous generation in terms of both performance and functionality. NVIDIA's Kepler architecture brings massive GPU compute superiority and is designed to deliver faster, more power-efficient performance. The GeForce GTX 650 Ti is equipped with 768 CUDA cores arranged in the brand new SMX streaming multiprocessor configuration and 1 GB of high-speed GDDR5 memory. The card itself is diminutive in size, allowing compatibility with virtually all mainstream desktop enclosures, while offering a tremendous amount of performance at the price point.

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    "The price, performance, size, and functionality of the GeForce GTX 650 Ti make it a natural fit as a great choice for our new Traverse small form factor desktop gaming PC." Said Steven Chien, CEO of V3 Gaming PC. The new Traverse desktop features a clean small form factor design with plenty of room inside for the ultra high-end components one would expect in a serious gaming PC, such as the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 graphics card. The case itself features a handle system for easy mobility, which is a plus for any gamer looking to take their rig on the road to a LAN party.

    To celebrate the launch of both products, V3 Gaming PC will be offering a free upgrade to the GeForce GTX 650 Ti graphics card from the recently launched GeForce GTX 650. This free upgrades provides customers with a sizeable performance increase which opens the door to a lot of hot new DirectX 11 gaming titles.

    V3 Gaming PC desktops equipped with NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 600 series graphics cards also support NVIDIA's CUDA and PhysX technologies for the best computing experience possible. V3 Gaming PC recommends pairing this new graphics card with a capable processor to ensure an optimized gaming experience. All V3 Gaming PCs are backed by industry-leading lifetime labor and technical support services, as well as a 3-year limited warranty on parts.
     
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    Is this using the Prodigy?
     
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    It certainly looks like it. My guess it that V3 Gaming PC have made BitFenix make a custom variant for them.
     
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    650 . . . the Prodigy can easily fit a GTX 690 . ..
     
    t77snapshot says thanks.
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    Kepler brings MASSIVE compute performance, really? News to me!

    Everything seemed nice untill I read gtx650, I mean really, at least a gtx660/hd7870...
     

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