Digital Storm Introducing Ivy Bridge to its Gaming Rigs

Digital Storm recently debuted its Marauder line of gaming PCs, an affordable range of rigs with solid processing power. The company today announced that, moving forward, it will be outfitting its gaming PCs and laptops with Intel’s recently-released 3rd generation Ivy Bridge processors. With the addition of 3D Tri-Gate transistors and a 22nm process, Digital Storm systems will generate less heat and deliver higher performance compared to Sandy Bridge CPUs.

Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm’s Director of Product Development, said:

“We’ve tested Ivy Bridge in every one of our systems and we’ve measured extraordinary overclocks at 4.8GHz at unbelievably low temperatures across the board. With the addition of Intel’s latest chipset, our entire line of gaming PCs and laptops offer customers the utmost in computing power.”

Compared to its sandy predecessor, the Ivy Bridge sees a 5% to 15% increase in CPU performance and a 20% to 50% increase in integrated GPU performance.

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