Nickel plated copper piping is a key feature in the Aventum II's cooling schematics.
Boutique builder Digital Storm just took its Aventum system to another level. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, out in the desert, Digital Storm unboxed its new Aventum II with a custom designed cooling solution and chassis that features copper piping and room for nearly two dozen fans (22, to be exact). If you've been damned to hell and can only take one item with you, this might be the only logical option.
"The Aventum II is a performance inspired machine, its very nature required our engineering team to push the envelope during development," said Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm’s Director of Product Development. "That’s why we chose to be the first system integrator to offer copper piping to end users inside a high-performance PC, like the Aventum II. Enthusiasts will get an infinitely more durable cooling system that can weather the extreme heat that bleeding edge hardware produces."
According to Digital Storm, the system's nickel plated copper piping dramatically increases system durability, and it looks fancy too. And as previously mentioned, you can rig this thing with up to 22 fans, all of which are wired into the system's newly designed control board.
Those aren't the only upgrades. There's a new exhaust chamber that's divided into two separate channels by a middle panel. This separation prevents air congestion from becoming a problem, Digital Storm says.
Mum's the word on the hardware, price, and availability, though as a point of reference, the original Aventum starts at nearly $5,000. That's balla territory.