Storm of the Century Motion Graphics Workstation

Storm of the Century Description

Storm of the Century is a high-end Motion Graphics Workstation we built for Stormer Creative. Jesse came to us needing more performance in After Effects, and wanted to also use the system as a render node for jobs in Octane.

He supplied us with the video cards, and we integrated them into the new workstation.

This system is designed for use in Adobe After Effects and Octane Render, and will deliver an extremely high single-core CPU performance, and provide a very high level of GPU rendering power.

Storm of the Century System Spec

i7-8086K | H150i Pro | Z370-A | Vengeance LPX 4x16GB DDR4-2400 | 860 EVO 500GB | 2x GTX 1080Ti FTW3 | Enthoo Pro | AX1200i | Windows 10

Let’s Do It!

High End Adobe After Effects Workstation

Customer Review

“Chris is a very knowledgeable guy, he's the professional that hobbyist computer builders consult with, and who you want to go with for your custom build.

He recommended a build specific to my business' software and needs, and had it built for me in under a month. In my case I needed After Effects render speed, so we went with the fastest single-core CPU on the market.

Even though I'm a hobbyist computer builder myself, I really never would have thought to exchange core count for clock speed. Highly recommended!”

- Jesse, Raleigh NC


Pricing

A modern version of Storm of the Century is $6750. Workstations as low as $1500 are available.

Extended Warranties

This system is available with extended warranties.


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