Product on Review: Stormforce Magnum GTX 1660
Street Price: £849.97
Stormforce are a UK-based system integrator who produce desktop computers for all budgets; whether you need something to check your weekly emails or a balls-to-the-wall gaming rig fit for 12 hour sessions, Stormforce have you covered.
This time around, we’re looking at a Mini-ITX form factor build, with some excellent hardware crammed inside the tiny Cooler Master Mastercase H100. Providing the graphics oomph is NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1660 with 6GB of GDDR5, backed up by Intel’s Core i5 9400F 6-core processor with Turbo clocks up to 4.1GHz.
The Magnum is also equipped with a high speed 500GB NVMe SSD, renowned for their excellent throughput and random-access speeds which allow a very responsive and snappy experience within Windows, not to mention the improved game loading times.
Thanks to Stormforce’s years of experience and knowhow, they back up all of their systems with a 3-year Collect and Return Warranty for extra peace of mind. The Stormforce Magnum ITX system is available for £849 in the UK but is it worth that, let’s pile on the pressure and find out.
Stormforce on the Magnum GTX 1660 (Intel i5 9400F)
The stylish and compact “Magnum i5 9400F GTX 1660” is based on the very latest cutting edge 9th gen architecture. Equipped with an Intel Core i5 9400F (boosting to 4.1GHz) combined with an Intel H310 chipset. A huge 16GB of DDR4 RAM runs at a swift 2666MHz, delivering blindingly quick multitasking performance.