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Digital Storm Ode V2 Level 4 gaming PC: First Look

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First Look: Digital Storm Ode V2 Level 4 gaming PC

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Most gamers would change very little about Digital Storm's preconfigured Ode V2 Level 4.

I -- just Kaminsky if -- were going to talk about the Digital Storm closed. -- to level for this is a high end gaming desktop costs about 2500. It's a pre configured system which means that you can't customize the part when you gonna buy it. What you see is what you get here but fortunately what you get is a powerful gaming PC for its price. The white cases a nice look to it but it's also the same case useful for Digital Storm than last year's vote. A Blu-ray drive slides out here on the top you'll see -- speed control for the fan along with a few USB three point oh ports among other ports. The back of the case to see digital -- included almost every modern port we expect in -- high end gaming grade. Here's USB three point oh eSATA and -- digital audio output. -- -- -- the video cards and you'll see you get full sized HDMI and display port out as well as a pair of dvi ports on each card. Inside the case Digital Storm has done -- -- job with the cables and cooling hardware. The Asus motherboard also has a plating covering the -- which looks clean and keeps dust off. Four components you get a third generation ivy bridge core I seven. 3770 KC PU along with eight gigs of ram and a pair of high end GeForce GTX 670 graphic cards. For storage. Digital Storm includes a 128 gigabyte solid state boot drives as well as a one terabyte mechanical drive. You might want to flash your case for your expensive gaming PC and you also might prefer to customizable yourself. But if you're simply picking up -- fast gaming PC -- no configuration plus this is the first desktop I'd recommend. I'm -- Kaminsky and this is the Digital Storm ode to the -- --

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