Enix runs on Intel’s Sandy Bridge chipset
US gaming computer maker Digital Storm has unveiled its new gaming desktop Enix.
Enix runs on Intel’s Sandy Bridge chipset. Touted be a high performance gaming desktop by the company, it features an Intel Core i7 2600k processor (overclocked to 4.7GHZ).
Other specifications include 4GB of DDR3 RAM as standard a 1TB hard drive and an NVIDIA 1GB GeForce GT220 graphics card. The desktop runs Windows 7 Home Premium.
The product has a vertically cooled chassis featuring a small footprint which disregards the common wisdom that bigger is better, according to Digital Storm’s description of the new gaming desktop.
Enix costs 1,132 upwards. The product is available in four levels for basic, advanced level gamers depending on their budget and the performance they want.