Digital Storm Black OPS Assassin
Toolfree and easy to manipulate for upgrades.
Very impressive high-end performance for the price; luxurious SilverStone case
The unique design and highend hardware such as the dual video cards and large amount of hard drive space are very welcome.
Limited slots for PCI upgrades, Great pricetoperformance ratio
Interior packing foam hard to remove; top-mounted “back panel” takes some getting used to; no USB 3.0, SATA3 ports
The i7950 processor and lack of driver downloads and live chat could all be improved.
By techcrunch.com on January 12, 2011
The Digital Storm Black Ops Assassin is a beast of a machine — inside and out. Housed in the massive Silverstone FT02 chassis are the makings of a top-tier gaming computer: Core i7-950 and an Nvidia GTX 570. But since Digital Storm uses retail...-
By PCWorld on August 10, 2010
If price is no object, you'll be hard-pressed to find a better power PC than the beautifully constructed Black Ops Assassin from Digital Storm....90
By Computer Shopper on August 01, 2010
Digital Storm’s Black Ops Assassin is one killer PC with an asking price that, while certainly not cheap, is impressive considering this PC approaches the performance of über-PCs that cost much more....88
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
The Black Ops Assassin is an amazing system and will work wonders. A few simple improvements on their site would bolster their service...88
By OverclockersQH on May 11, 2010
Next >NZXT Unveils Vulcan Micro ATX Chassis Black | OPS Assassin system boasts vertically cooled chassis design, three massive 180mm fans & industry leading Sub-Zero cooling system to deliver overclocks of 4.4GHz or more…Fremont, Calif. –...-