Digital Storm’s Black|OPS Shipping with Triple Displays and NVIDIA’s 3D Surround

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ATI’s big push, with the introduction of their 5000 series of graphics cards, was to create Eyefinity, which allows end users to easily create hugely expansive display setups from just one or two graphics cards. NVIDIA took a different tack, and really started to push 3D – now they’re coming around with their new Vision surround technology.  It’s 3D, but across multiple monitors.

Said Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm’s Dir. of Product Development:

“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 Black'OPS with NVIDIA 3D Surround

Digital Storm is integrating the 3D Vision technology into their own gaming lineup, which means customers can now order – if they can afford it – a Black|OPS desktop with three Asus 120Hz 3d-capable displays, a pair of NVIDIA’s active shutter glasses, two NVIDIA cards in SLI and a quad- or six-core processor.

How much does all of that cost? Well, it definitely depends on just how much game a customer wants to get on, so to speak – but prices may be quite as bad as you thought. Pre-configured ystems start out at $2,833 (remember, that comes with three 120Hz, 1080p displays), a six-core AMD CPU and two NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 graphics cards in SLI. It goes up to $3,499 for a quad-core Intel CPU and dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470s (stay tuned for our upcoming review on those).


Digital Storm Black'OPS with NVIDIA 3D Surround

Interested users can head over to Digital Store’s online store and configure a system starting today.



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