Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni had his Sistine Chapel ceiling. Gutzon de la Mothe Borglum had Mount Rushmore, Auguste Rodin his bronze and marble, and Alexandre Gustave Eiffel nÃ© BÃ¶nickhausen – 7,300 tons of metal and iron. While the history’s masters had their paint brushes, chisel and hot burning furnace, the fresh generation of digital artists have something better – the new Digital Storm DAVINCI workstations. Now there’s no excuse to hold back all those creative juices with the DAVINCI’s top of the line performance and bleeding edge specifications. This monstrous workstation, like its namesake, is destined for greatness with its Intel i7 architecture providing Hyper-Threading and Turbo Boost technology as well as NVIDIA Quadro graphics card backed by NVIDIA CUDA Technology.
The Digital Storm DAVINCI workstation is designed to get things done and fast. It’s optimized to crunch the most resource intensive graphic design, 3D animation and rendering, video editing, and audio editing without as much as breaking a fuse. Inside the high-end enthusiast model, the DAVINCI CX, you can outfit up to two Intel Xeon E5580 processors clocked at 3.2GHz, a maximum of 24GB worth of 1333MHz DDR3 RAM in its 12 DIMM slots, a 4GB NVIDIA Quadro FX 5800 graphics card, and up to 24TB of storage using the 4 hot-swappable HDD front bays.
The physical features of this workstation include a future proof extra large chassis with easy access to ports and peripherals, front storage hot swap bays, top ventilations, industrial grade dust filters, and an ultra-quiet liquid cooling system.
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