Velocity Micro Edge Z30

alaTest hat 8 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für Velocity Micro Edge Z30 zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 4.3/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.2/5 für andere Produkte in der Kategorie PC Systeme. Am positivsten ist den Testern die Größe und die Zuverlässigkeit aufgefallen. Die Bedienbarkeit wird ebenfalls positiv gesehen.

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Expertenbewertung von : Brian Westover (pcmag.com)

Velocity Micro Edge Z30 SmallBlock

 

Compact yet powerful, the Velocity Micro Edge Z30 SmallBlock mid-range gaming desktop offers outsized gaming performance. There's not much room for future upgrades, but with this sort of performance, who needs it?

Compact design. Quad-core CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 offer excellent performance. Lots of storage space thanks to a 250GB SSD and 2TB hard drive.

Runs hot. Minimal room for maintenance and expansion.

The Velocity Micro Edge Z30 SmallBlock is a compact take on a familiar system, but the combination of the small design, the strong performance and relatively affordable price keep it on our shortlist. While the Maingear Potenza Super Stock remains our...

Feb 2014

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Expertenbewertung von (pcmag.com)

Velocity Micro Edge Z30

 

The Z30 supports dual SLI graphics cards in case you want to drop in another GTX 260 graphics card, and it of course supports the installed 8GB of RAM. Since the Core i7-860 has a lower Thermal Design Profile (and hence, lower power consumption) than...

Great bang for the buck performance. New Core i7 processor (codenamed "Lynnfield"). No Bloatware. Nice internal cable routing and windowed case

No security software included. Case fan noise

The Velocity Micro Edge Z30 gives you performance that used to require a $5,000 system with multiple graphics cards. The constant march of technology gives the hard-core gamer a power system for under $1,300.

Expertenbewertung von : Rich Brown (cnet.com.au)

Velocity Micro Edge Z30 (Intel Core i7 875K) review: Velocity Micro Edge Z30 (Intel Core i7 875K)

 

Velocity Micro Edge Z30 (Intel Core i7 875K)

Overclocked Intel CPU; fast graphics card; strong gaming and application performance; customary solid build quality.

Case design getting a bit long in the tooth; so-so upgrade path; no weekend hours for phone support.

Velocity Micro's Edge Z30 offers a speedy, spare take on Intel's new overclockable K-Series CPUs. We noticed some unfortunate reductions to Velocity's support and it feels about time for a case refresh, but for the most part we can recommend the Edge...

Jun 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Rich Brown (cnet.com.au)

Velocity Micro Edge Z30 (Intel Core i7) review: Velocity Micro Edge Z30 (Intel Core i7)

 

Velocity Micro Edge Z30 (Intel Core i7)

Best value among midrange gaming PCs; Velocity Micro's consistently high build quality; compact case makes few sacrifices; second graphics card slot previously uncommon at this price.

Might need to dial down game image quality on 24-inch displays at full resolution

Velocity Micro's Edge Z30 is the best deal going right now for midlevel gaming PCs featuring Intel's new Core i7 chips. The overclocked Core i7 860, a fast Nvidia graphics card, and a solid selection of features all around make it easy for us to...

Sep 2009

Expertenbewertung von : Matthew Elliott (computershopper.com)

Velocity Micro Edge Z30 SmallBlock Review and Ratings

 

The Velocity Micro SmallBlock packs a tower's worth of high-powered parts into an impressively compact chassis that is sure to appeal to gamers if not upgraders and tinkerers.

Simple, attractive aluminum case ; Powerful component lineup ; Quiet operation

No expansion room ; Difficult to work inside cramped case ; No internal Wi-Fi antenna

Velocity Micro backs the Z30 SmallBlock with a one-year parts-and-labor warranty which you can extend to two or three years of coverage. The company also offers a one- or two-year VelocityCare package that upgrades depot service to on-site service and...

Mär 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Brian Westover (itreviews.co.uk)

Velocity Micro Edge Z30 SmallBlock

 

Compact yet powerful, the Velocity Micro Edge Z30 SmallBlock mid-range gaming desktop offers outsized gaming performance. There's not much room for future upgrades, but with this sort of performance, who needs it?

Feb 2014

Expertenbewertung von : wubayou (devhardware.com)

The Velocity Micro Edge Z30 and the Falcon Northwest Talon Desktops

 

Today we will sneak a peek at two gaming PCs. First we'll look at the Velocity Micro Edge Z30, a mid-range gaming system, and then we'll examine the higher end Falcon Northwest Talon. Both differ in price and performance, but each does well when...

The Z30 has a maximum 8GB of DDR3 SDRAM and also comes with a 1TB hard drive for plenty of storage space. It comes with a fast NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 graphics card that performs well, with the only exception being if you want to run a graphics...

Nov 2009

Kundenmeinung (newegg.com)

Very satisfied

 

I popped in a Soundblaster Xtremegamer card, but the onboard is probably enough. I spec'ed the same components on my own, just to see if I wanted to build one. I only would have saved 150-200$. In my opinion its worth having these guys build for you...

Great specs for the price ; No bloatware (infamous Dell and HP)

I did not get a new monitor LCD/LED TV. Still using 22inch LG LCDTV (720p) ; USB ports at front are on the side/edge of front casing. Only on one side (wish there were some ports on both sides so you can choose)

Aug 2010