V3 Traverse Review

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Electrik

Seems a tad over priced. $2500 is enough to build a great mid-sized machine, plus monitor.

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noobstix

Only a 600W PSU with an Nvidia card? I'm running a 700W PSU in mine's even though I don't have a Geforce in it. Hell, my system at current market prices for each part is like 20% of the price (maybe even less) of this thing.

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HiGHRoLLeR038

That's probably why it's so unstable! That PSU isnt really made for overclocking and keeping a 690 in check. Im sure that system demands more than 600 watts under full load overclocked. That PSU is only bronze certified too. The GTX 690 recommends a MINIMUM of 650w

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Danthrax66

No wonder it is bad they used a zotac mobo and no liquid cooling. That case is amazing and can have a lot done to it.

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HiGHRoLLeR038

Says it uses a closed loop water cooler. Probably like an oem asetek or something cheap - Parts table doenst mention it specifically.

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Danthrax66

I meant for the GPU, you can fit an actual liquid cooling loop in there, and they should have.

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HiGHRoLLeR038

ah, yea that would be nice. especially at this price point. on the prodigy there are plent of spots for rads/fans so that shouldnt be a problem.

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Opm2

I don't know why they made it look like a crapple G3. No self respecting gamer is going to lug that thing into a LAN party. (Unless they are playing angry birds or fruit ninja)

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Zstreek

Price?

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joshnorem

It was $2.500 as reviewed. 

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davelray

The version they reviewed is $2500. There are multiple configuration choices of the V3 traverse when you go to their website. Still over priced I think. But at least you aren't locked into the reviewed model which has overclock instability.