Digital Storm Davinci, Coolest Workstation Ever?

Posted: Mar 18 2010, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:04pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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If you want me to get a bored and faraway look on my face, start talking to me about a workstation computer. They are typically boring machines that are aimed more at saving a business money that offering performance or style. Not all workstations are boring though, like the new Divinci from Digital Storm.

The Divinci looks more like a high0end gaming rig than a workstation with its shiny silver and black chassis and blue water cooling lines showing through the clear side window. Inside the sexy case is the Intel Core i7-980X 6-core beast of a processor that launched this week.

Graphics for the workstation are via NVIDIA video cars that support CUDA. The machines are aimed at creative pros and each system undergoes a 72-houtr stress test before it is shipped to be sure the machine is stable. A rig sporting the 980X CPU, 12GB of RAM, Quadro FX 1800 graphics, and Windows 7 Pro will set you back $4995 but the machines start at $2952.

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