Monday, March 26th 2012

Digital Storm Redefines the "Custom" High-Performance PC with Aventum

Digital Storm, the predominant name in computer system integration and engineering, unveils Aventum, the first system to feature its patent pending chassis and CES Innovations Award-winning Cryo-TEC cooling system. Designed by Digital Storm engineers from the inside out, Aventum's chassis boasts a proprietary thermal exhaust chamber, intelligent 5 thermal zone regulation and exclusive Aventum software that controls 13 customizable fans to effectively dissipate performance inhibiting heat. Together with the Cryo-TEC liquid cooling system that chills liquid below 0ºC, Digital Storm has designed the industry's first truly custom high-performance PC.

The Aventum Advantage

Every aspect of Aventum's chassis has been scrutinized during months of R&D by Digital Storm engineers who utilized thermal imaging cameras to perfect the Aventum's air flow design. Starting with the patent pending thermal exhaust chamber, Digital Storm has ensured that performance diminishing heat is contained and dispersed so it doesn't recirculate through the system. The Cryo-TEC liquid cooling system utilizes direct contact heat dissipation to remove heat from the CPU and then processes that liquid through 3 massive 420 mm heat exchange radiators.

System Monitoring & Control

Enthusiasts and creative professionals will delight in the extraordinary level of automated and self-initiated system control. Digital Storm has integrated automated regulation of five thermal zones and their corresponding fans, all of which are monitored by individual temperature probes. With Digital Storm's exclusive Aventum software, users can fine-tune 13 chassis fans, monitor and regulate thermal zones, and personalize chassis LED colors all within Microsoft Windows via exclusive Digital Storm software. Aventum's critical system performance information and personalized systems specs can be displayed on an LCD screen located on the side panel.

"Unlike any other chassis, Aventum's intelligent design enables it to exceed the demands of the most power hungry enthusiasts, gamers and creative professionals," remarked Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm's Director of Product Development. "We've spent months analyzing every conceivable way to effectively eliminate heat from Aventum and as a result, our engineers devised new systems that have never been attempted. Every integral component and every zone is constantly being monitored so our customers can ensure their dream machine is always delivering optimal performance."

Aventum Technical Specifications
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8 Comments on Digital Storm Redefines the "Custom" High-Performance PC with Aventum

~Technological Technocrat~
I love the look of this case. but the sidepanel on the right handside doesnt quite do it for me as my computer desk sits in a little alcove in my room and the right side is facing the wall.

Looks good though I have to admit. so good i have to thank god that they didnt get it endorsed my Mr Fatal1ty Wendel. that guys face is on EVERYTHING and he hasnt been active on the gaming scene for more then a few years.
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case looks good with brush metal & industrial looks... the window on the right side of chassis & the orientation of graphics card seems to suggest an 180/inverted MB layout..

also, looks like the ODD(slot) is mounted facing top of case.. meaning the discs are loaded from top...

if we calc the sum the OEM pc components used, they might be far below the quoted price.. but i guess the cryo-TEC(sub-zero) cooling particularly makes it expensive..
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Resident Grammar Amender
Really love the look of these machines.

Wish I worked for Digital Storm.

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Now that's a sexy case.

I'm not going to bother with the math but I'm betting that's the most expensive case you can buy if you subtract the price of the parts.
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What? No blu-ray? :wtf:
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Too expensive. We build do the same pc for half the money.
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Very nice looking I'm sure the pricing reflects that.
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