v3 Gaming PC is a new boutique startup that was created by employees who previously worked at Vigor Gaming. V3 Gaming tells us they're working with
vidia on its 3D Vision compliance, and by the time you see this review, it's likely V3 Gaming wiLl be selling systems with 3D Vision Surround capabilities. At press time, V3 offered three systems: the Avenger, the Convoy, and me Crave-with me Avenger being the top-of-the- line model.
Our Avenger is certainly a luxury build, as it features two Zowc GeForce GTX 480s in SLl and a Zowc GeForce GTS 250 for dedicated PhysX processing. Other lavish hardware includes an Intel Core i7-980X running at 4GHz, two 80GB Inrel X-25M SSDs in RAID 0, 6GB ofDDR3-2000 RAM, and an Antec Twelve Hundred case with a black vinyl wrap that both proteas and adds to the look of me system. V3 Gaming points out that you can remove the vinyl wrap and paint the base chassis if you prefer to mod me exterior of the system.
Performance of me Avenger was topnotch, and we like that V3 Gaming offers overclocking free, a practice mat some boutique builders have gone away from. We also expect that V3 Gaming wiLl offer a wider variety of systems in the near future