AVADirect Silverstone Raven Gaming PC Tech Review

Posted on December 12, 2010

The AVADirect Silverstone Raven gaming PC offers an Intel hexa-core processor, two solid state hard drives, three NVIDIA GTX 580 video cards and more for $6,650. Kevin Pereira and Morgan Webb review the PC to make sure it fits every gamer’s needs.

Find the full review from Gadget Pron on Attack of the Show after the cut.

What You Need to Know

  • The unit is only about 18” tall.
  • However, it’s 2’ deep, so it will take a large amount of floor space.
  • All the connections are on the top, so you’ll have to remove the top part of the case and run wires under a bracket; it makes it look clean, but it might be a pain in the ass if you change stuff.
  • It’s also a bit loud with the fans turned up.
  • All the cables are managed nicely and everything is as you’d expect.
  • There isn’t much room to work, though, because there’s a ton of fans, and of course, they packed it with three huge video cards and a bad-ass heat sink.
  • They put an expansion bay on the front that will hold up to four hot-swappable Solid State Drives.
  • It scored the highest in both of the gaming and productivity benchmarks, making it the most powerful computer ever on Attack of the Show.
  • Obviously, there’s nothing you can throw at it that will make it stutter, so don’t try; just turn up the settings to full-blast and enjoy Call of Duty: Black Ops like you’ve never seen it before.


  • The PCs start at $1,600, but our configuration costs $6,650.

Overall Rating

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