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Meet the Large Pixer Collider, the greatest gaming PC ever built!

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So, the guys at PCGamer decided one day to build simply the greatest gaming PC ever. It features quad-SLI Titans (which actually aren't the absolute topline anymore, :D) And whole lotta other things cramped up into it!

 

See the whole glorious build here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jt_Sz_srw80

 

http://www.pcgamer.com/2013/11/18/introducing-the-large-pixel-collider-a-computer-of-uncomfortable-power/

 

It is simply, beautiful...

 

large-pixel-collider-pc-gamer.jpg

 

 

What I would give for a monster like that... *drools*

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Alot of money im sure! If I had the money, yeah i'd totally do this. haha

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It features quad-SLI Titans (which actually aren't the absolute topline anymore, :D)

they lied to all of us! D: :P

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*looks at his crappy i3 desktop and weeps* 

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i know that feel.

It's just so... so... words can't describe...

All I can say is that PC Gamer HQ just moved to my list of places I plan to rob if I become a professional crook. 

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Ah damn it, I typoed the title! It's supposed to be "Pixel", but I think you got that. This monster puts my GTX 760 + i5 2500 to shame.

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^ Well, they probably bought the parts from them, but built it themselves. PCGamer is a highly respected gaming magazine, so I doubt they would be at that level to steal someone else's work.

 

Edit: but If I ever win 10 grand from any source whatsover, I'm so getting that highest quality monster.

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^ Well, they probably bought the parts from them, but built it themselves. PCGamer is a highly respected gaming magazine, so I doubt they would be at that level to steal someone else's work.

 

Digital Storm is a boutique builder, not a parts distributor. Even if on some off change they got the parts from them, why then would they use Digital Storms logo on their chassis? It's like me building my own PC and then slapping a Dell badge on it... 

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PCGamer could probably pretty easily just ask for the invidual parts and some experts to help them build it, for the purpose of this video. I think this brings quite a bit of publicity to Digital Storm, just by showcasing what they are capable of.

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Groovy... But it need money... Tons of money. 

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So these guys bought a PC from digital storm and claimed that they built it? Cool dudes... And they spent way too much any how...

 

http://www.digitalstormonline.com/aventum-ii.asp

Yeah, you'll notice a few substantial flaws in your theory there...

Here are the specs for the Aventum ii's best available version:

Specs:

- Intel Core i7 4960X CPU

- 32GB 1866MHz Memory

- 3x SLI NVIDIA GTX 780 Ti 3GB

- Copper Pipe Liquid Cooling

- 240GB Corsair Neutron GTX SSD

- 1TB 7200RPM Storage HDD

- ASUS X79 Chipset Motherboard

- 1200W Corsair AX1200i PSU

- Blu-Ray Player/DVD Writer

- Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro

Meanwhile, the LPS is using: http://lpc.pcgamer.com/

So, yeah, they only took the Avernus-ii chassis for the construction. Everything else is custom.

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thinkin of all the problems I had when i ran 3 way SLI im happy to be back at a single GPU now :) looking forward to Mantle aswell! 

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Yeah, you'll notice a few substantial flaws in your theory there...

Here are the specs for the Aventum ii's best available version:

Specs:

- Intel Core i7 4960X CPU

- 32GB 1866MHz Memory

- 3x SLI NVIDIA GTX 780 Ti 3GB

- Copper Pipe Liquid Cooling

- 240GB Corsair Neutron GTX SSD

- 1TB 7200RPM Storage HDD

- ASUS X79 Chipset Motherboard

- 1200W Corsair AX1200i PSU

- Blu-Ray Player/DVD Writer

- Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro

Meanwhile, the LPS is using: http://lpc.pcgamer.com/

So, yeah, they only took the Avernus-ii chassis for the construction. Everything else is custom.

I was going to point this out but forgot.

 

I maxxed out all the specs and the cost came to about $20k. Pocket change, ey.

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