Digital Storm introduced Vanquish, a new line of gaming PCs that starts at $699. For this price you get an AMD FX-4300 processor, AMD Radeon HD 7750 1GB graphics, 8GB DDR3-1600, 1TB HDD, and Windows 7. The best configuration in the lineup feature the Intel Core i7 3770K and EVGA GTX 660 Ti 2GB graphics card. In its marketing material, Digital Storm claims Vanquish narrows the gap between DIY and pre-build to a mere $23-$58, while promising a 3-year limited warranty.
Digital Storm put an end to the age old debate of pre-built systems vs. DIY (do-it-yourself) with the launch of the VANQUISH line of gaming PCs. For years, enthusiasts have claimed they could build systems with the same high-end components Digital Storm configures for significantly less. The VANQUISH line narrows that gap to a mere $23-$58 difference making the decision a no brainer – DIY is simply not worth the hassle.
Like all Digital Storm systems, the VANQUISH line of PCs feature a carefully optimized selection of brand name, high-performance components to deliver a fluid smooth game playing experience. Digital Storm’s team of engineers meticulously review every tiny detail to provide customers with the peace of mind an average “do-it-your-self” cannot match.
Digital Storm VANQUISH systems are pre-built, pre-tested, and ready to ship immediately after an order is placed, eliminating the delays of traditional built-to-order systems. By building an inventory of all four VANQUISH models, Digital Storm can run its industry leading 72-hour stress test and benchmarking to ensure customers experience zero performance bottlenecks and get the most out of their hardware.
“When we decided to take on the DIYers we knew we had to offer impressively built systems that could compete in terms of performance as well as price,” said Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm’s Director of Product Development. “For just $23-$58 more were giving customers a fully optimized system featuring the latest chipset platform and next gen-graphics. This allows them to focus on demolishing the competition instead of worrying about the reliability of their PC.”