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Digital Storm’s Aura All-in-one Packs a 10-core CPU

by Conner Flynn
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Have you noticed the trend of gigantic all-in-one gaming PCs? Yeah, we kinda noticed that too. Looks like that trend is here to stay, because Digital Storm has unveiled a new version of the Aura, and this 34-inch curved system is packing some serious power.

Not only is it one of the first PCs to use Intel’s Broadwell-E-based Core i7 Extreme Edition processors, but you can even outfit it with up to a 10-core chip. Gamers are going to love this rig, that’s for sure.

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You can also add a GeForce GTX 1080 to go with Aura’s ultra-wide 3,440 x 1,440 resolution. It may be an all-in-one, but you’re not giving up hardware upgrades to save space. Digital Storm says that just about everything on board can be replaced. It even supports liquid cooling.

Obviously this isn’t going to come cheap. The Aura starts at $1,999(USD) and goes up from there depending how beefed up you want it.

[via Engadget]

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