Diablo computer is power packed


While the computer you see above might come in a horrible color, rest assured the Diablo PC from Smooth Creations is a real speed demon underneath that garish paint. Smooth Creations offer the guarantee of painting all your other computer peripherals in the same color as your system, ranging from the LCD monitor to speakers, mice, keyboards, and even an iPod! While the peripherals are secondary, let’s take a closer look at what the Diablo can offer from a computing perspective, and perhaps delve into the reason for its devilish name.

The chassis of the Diablo is custom built from a CoolerMaster Stacker, offering a great canvas for graphics and artwork while providing the advantage of ample room within to integrate the fastest possible hardware of today. You can opt to throw in a colored window with lights to boot to provide the “Wow” experience without installing Windows Vista. Aesthetics aside, gamers will be pleased to know they can customize each Diablo system to include any level of cards they like. As the adage goes, the sky’s the limit, and in this case you’re limited by your budget. The same goes when it comes to choosing your memory, processor, and storage. Generally it is best if you got the latest hardware within your budget for maximum performance.

The paint job also extends to your LCD display, whereby it will be covered under the same warranty as your system. For those who are interested, the Diablo computer starts from $5,000 and can only go upwards from there, depending on your system configuration. Truly, gaming on the PC platform is one expensive hobby. No wonder so many people are jumping onto the console bandwagon these days.

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5 thoughts on “Diablo computer is power packed”

  1. “Truly, gaming on the PC platform is one expensive hobby. No wonder so many people are jumping onto the console bandwagon these days.”

    Uh, dude, I built my own PC for almost exactly 1/10th that and it plays Guild Wars, WoW, HL2, Diablo II, BF2, and all the latest and its ilk.

  2. Dang, didn’t mean to post yet, I would also like to add that it plays all the above on max gfx flawlessly.

  3. 5 grand for a goldfinger-inspired pos? I think I’ll paint my old 486 brown, market it as retro “turd, by smooth creations”, and have about as big a following as this thing will.

  4. yea it’s too bad they made it orange, green, black, or red would be a much better choice, especially if you’re paying 5K for it. It seems like silicon valley is being dominated by name brands like intel and nvidia, and so the prices are going way up. A graphics card that costs a company $50 to make, will sell for roughly $600, no joke. It’s ridiculous and is moving way too fast for people that earn an honest buck.

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