Digital Storm's Black Ops Enix gaming PC is the stronger and skinnier little brother of monster computers. Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey review its Intel Core i7 processor, 8 GB of RAM and more for state of the art gaming. Find out what they rate the gaming PC that starts at $1,100.
What You Need To Know
The Digital Storm Black Ops Enix measures about a 1.5' high and less than a foot long.
The gaming PC is only 9" thick which gives it a taller than normal design.
Most of the connections and the swappable hard drive are on the top, which should make it easier to get to.
The sides of the Enix pop off with no screwing required, so you can add hard drives on one side and reach the rest of the computer on the other.
For the most part, there is enough room inside the computer to add extra parts.
The nice thing about the Digital Storm is having a tall case to fit a really huge video card.
The RAM and other components are hard to reach because of the diagonal fan.
The hard drives may require some cabling since they're on the other side of the diving wall.