Digital Storm VIRTUE suggests mid-tower gaming systems need a steel boost

Chris Burns - Jun 12, 2013, 2:10pm CDT
Digital Storm VIRTUE suggests mid-tower gaming systems need a steel boost

As the PC gaming rig ecosystem continues to expand, groups like Digital Storm stand to gain largely from those ladies and gentlemen aiming to do two things at once: work with a high-powered computer and keep a low, yet stylish profile. That’s getting pretty darn specific when you consider the start of the gaming PC trend not too many years ago: massive builds and wacky cases galore – but here Digital Storm keeps it tight.

This machine goes by the name VIRTUE and aims at the mid-tower gaming system market with the newest bits and pieces from Intel and NVIDIA inside. As we’ve had a bit of a chat lately about 4th gen Intel Core processors (Haswell) as well as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 700-series graphics cards, it should be clear that this system’s availability with the full collection means Digital Storm is ready for business.


This system has the ASUS Z87M-PLUS or ASUS Gryphon Z87 montherboard available with Corsair H60 or H100i Liquid CPU coolers, Windows 8 out of the box, and a lovely guarantee of 72-hour stress-testing and benchmarking before it reaches your home.

The case measures in at 17.7 x 8.3 x 17.3 inches and is made with brushed aluminum and steel, ranging in price from $1,448 to $3,218 USD depending on your wants and needs. This case was also, as Digital Storm notes, made for upgrades down the line – space for two hard drives, four SSDs, and dual video cards make for a setup you’ll be able to keep kicking into the future.

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