Clevo 34" AIO?

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  1. carphreak

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    I was looking at this digital storm all in one, and it looked very attractive, but I already have a mini itx system, and was wondering who the ODM was, and if it was clevo. Any leads? I would love to buy a barebone model.
     
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    I think they do it themselves...
    http://www.digitalstorm.com/our-passion.asp


    Are you refering to this one?
    http://www.digitalstorm.com/aura.asp

    Digital Storm's latest gaming all-in-one packs a 10-core CPU
    The 34-inch Aura also touts a GeForce GTX 1080.
    http://www.engadget.com/2016/05/31/digital-storm-aura-gaming-all-in-one-pc/
     
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    Yeah that one
     
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    Oh wow coming on this forum gives me a flashback haha. I remember when I first bought my sager.
     
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    Looks pretty cool, but even barebones, not cheap :)

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    not cheap.JPG
     
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    I was thinking the same thing, but if I click Customize, the price is gonna continue to go up, especially with a 10 core Broadwell-E ;)
     
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    I refuse to get anything higher than a quadcore with eight threads until I see games and software I use actually using the cores. For now its just a ridiculous expense for something I don't need.
     
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    The cheapest I was able to get it down too without getting parts I would never use was 1751$, with no gpu, no hdd, an i5 6600k, a gigabyte itx mobo, and 16gb of 2666mhz ddr4. I'm still reluctant on whether that is good value considering I am essentially paying for a case with an $800 screen, but I carry my mitx systems around a lot, so it may be worth it. I could definitely use the build I put in there with a Sandisk 960gb ssd and itx 960 I have laying around, but I would love it if digital storm offered barebones lolol.
     
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    You could ask them nicely...

    I have asked about eliding the CPU / RAM before, as I have my own - for a laptop build - and they allowed it, made the price drop a few hundred $, so worth asking.

    Some places will also allow you to send in parts you already have and they will put it in the build, they aren't covered under warranty, but still another way to save $.
     
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