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Digital Storm 3D Vision Black|OPS

Not many of us have the luxury of being able to afford three 1080p monitors in the home, however if you are lucky enough to already own a multitude of screens then these prebuilt systems might appeal to you.

NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 400 GPUs generate the graphics horsepower to drive 750M pixels/second for 3 screens in full HD 1080p 3D Vision gaming for an incredible 5760×1080 experience. In terms of compatibility, NVIDIA’s intelligent software automatically converts over 425 games to stereoscopic 3D without the need for special patches.

Setting up a Black|OPS machine with 3D Vision Surround Technology is simplified thanks to NVIDIA’s multi-display software. No adaptors are required as 3D Vision works with standard monitor cables and a setup wizard guides gamers through setup and allows bezel correction to enable a seamless display experience. Further, advanced GPU synchronization ensures seamless support and maximum frame rate.

“The total immersion one experiences when gaming on a multi-screen 3D system is the most remarkable gaming experience, words do it no justice,” commented Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm’s Director of Product Development. “For first-person shooters and strategy games, multi-screen 3D gives gamers a Pentagon-grade gaming experience that is vastly superior to anything else on the market. 3D technology represents the future of gaming and Black|OPS systems are the perfect platform to experience it on.”

Digital Storm’s Black|OPS gaming PCs with 3D Vision™ Surround Technology are available for purchase at www.DigitalStormOnline.com/3dpc.asp with a base price of $2,833.

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