This is not a gaming PC. This is a handcrafted work of art.
A work of art and advanced engineering, of course. It's the Aventum II, and you can purchase one right now, though Digital Storm isn't really expecting you to. With base configurations starting at $5,000 and running as high as $9,500, it's more of an appreciation piece than a sales magnet. So let's appreciate.
That's a custom-engineered steel case. It's all metal — no plastic was used in the Aventum II's construction. Along with looking good, efficient cooling was the goal here. The system comes with 22 chassis fans and an intelligent control system to regulate each according to need.
And then there's those pipes. Those glorious nickle-plated copper cooling pipes. Inspired by high-end automotive cooling systems, each set is crafted by hand, making each system unique.
Armed with the cooling power of an army of frost giants, the Aventum II is then packed with high-end components. Overclocked Inter Core i7EE processors, up to three 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan cards — the case features a graphics card-dedicated side intake fan — it's insane.
You can head over to the Digital Storm Aventum II page and configure one, if you'd like, but that's likely as far as it will ever go. This is a PC that's above and beyond. We can just admire from afar.