The compact Veriton X Series desktops pack powerful components and advanced technologies to handle the most challenging office tasks. These PCs also feature ample support and security for the company network. The modular, tool-less design makes accessibility easy, and energy-efficient certifications signify cost savings and care for the environment.
Pros: Fast, quiet, quality components. HDMI support with audio (if you use a DVI-to-HDMI converter). Motherboard has two expansion slots (PCI-e x1 and PCI-e x16). 4 sata ports (2 x 6gb/s), and supports RAID.
Cons: As the other reviewer mentioned, the LEDs are EXTREMELY bright and have constant activity (there's one for HDD and one for LAN). PSU is only 220W which limits expandability. Additionally, the PCI-e x16 slot is on the bottom and the case only allows half-height cards (even though full height cards would likely fit), so you're limited further.
Other Thoughts: Overall, I recommend this system if you need a pre-configured, solid performing system that doesn't take up a lot of space. However, there are several similarly sized Haswell-based systems that seem to be popping up below the cost of this one, so those might be worth a look first.
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Good computer for price
Pros: Metal case has a solid heft to it
Cons: Superbright blue led power and disc access lights-if it were on my desk I'd put black electrical tape over them. I'll see if my user complains!
Other Thoughts: 2 DisplayPort and 1 DVI Port for video. I don't have any DisplayPort monitors. Added a EVGA 01G-P3-1313-KR video card for dual monitor support (other video cards I had didn't fit-heat sink or fan too big for slot). Windows Experience Index was raised to 5.1 (4.6 without video card) if you put any value to that number.
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