The newest Digital Storm Velox is able to play the latest 3D games at their very best, whether on a high-resolution gaming monitor or through a VR headset.
The system has a stormtrooper vibe, with a mostly white exterior accentuated with black on the back panel and a portion of the base.
The back is black and perforated for airflow.
A large window lets you glance longingly at all those expensive components.
There’s a decent amount of room for upgrades, and you shouldn’t have to unplug anything if you want to increase your storage or RAM.
Like the front panel, the top of the case has LED-lit cooling fans.
On the motherboard’s back panel, you’ll find ports for surround audio; DisplayPort; Ethernet; HDMI; and USB 2.0 (four), 3.0 (four), 3.1 Type-A (one), and USB-C (one), plenty for adding a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth adapter along with many other devices.
On the front panel, you’ll find a headphone jack, a microphone jack, an SD card reader, and a pair of USB 3.0 ports.
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Processor Name - 60%
Processor Speed - 80%
RAM - 70%
Storage Capacity (as Tested) - 80%
Graphics Card - 80%