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Digital Storm has unveiled a new gaming PC called the Enix that has a cool chassis that is more compact than your average case. The machine uses a micro ATX mainboard that is oriented so that the ports are at the top of the case for easier access.
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The machine uses the Intel Sandy Bridge platform and has a wide array of options for processors, storage, and video cards to choose from. The rig has a hot swap bay and has a USB 3.0 port on top. The machine can be fitted with dual NVIDIA GTX 580 video cards and lots of other video options.
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The machine starts at a base price of $1132 with a Core i3 2100 processor, and GeForce GT 220 graphics. The ultimate configuration uses a core i7 2600K, single GTX 580 video card, and sells for $2160. You can get much more expensive than that if you add in dual video cards and other options.