Digital Storm Black Ops Enix Edition
Compact case for a gaming PC.
Drives pop out for easy access.
SATA 6Gbps support.
Good cooling system.
Chic, clean design.
Limited internal expansion.
Tricky-to-use slot-loading optical drive.
No eject button.
Not easy to get into.
No internal upgrade room.
Can get noisy.
Easy to accidentally hit buttons on top.
By Computer Shopper on June 01, 2011
Serious-but-space-strapped PC gamers, take note: The configurable Enix packs extreme performance into a compact, unique tower....89
By G4tv.com on April 11, 2011
Video Review: 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...80
By PC Mag on April 07, 2011
The Digital Storm Black Ops Enix Edition's price tag indicates that is among the high-end category of gaming desktops, but is it hard-core enough to be the best? All signs point to yes....80
By Maximum PC on March 16, 2011
Just how much power can you stuff into a small form factor rig? Ask that question of Digital Storm and the company will likely lay its fabulous Black Ops Enix on you. Using Silverstone’s wickedly cool Fortress FT03 case, the Enix is like your...90