Gamers will surely find reasons to smile about with V3’s Salvo Gaming PC, a budget friendly, gaming performance enhanced rig which delivers strong points in the PC gaming arena.
Starting at $599, the initial configuration of the rig comes with an NVIDA GeForce GTX 550 Ti graphics processing unit, a liquid cooled Intel Core i3-2100, an Intel H61 mobo, 4 gigs of RAM (DDR3 1333 Mhz), and a 500w continuous power supply/regulator.
With a self-contained Asetek LCLC cooling system, users can easily run the rig for extended periods of time without risk for system blowups, and with NVIDA technology running the CPU’s visual output, gameplay experiences are certain to be beyond average.
The V3 Salvo 3D convention has become a top choice for most gamers, with the rig running on an Intel Core i5-2500K processor (with overclock frequencies reaching 4.7Ghz), along with the implementation of Intel’s Smart Response Technology, in utilizing a solid state drive (32GB) as cache/buffer for a 1 terabyte mechanical HDD.
Generally tagged somewhere between $1,100 to 1,200, the V3 Salvo 3D configuration easily handles 125.7 frames per second for most games, powered by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti GPU. The GTX 560 comes with its own HDMI Port, along with two DVI ports for optional user use.
Clean and no-nonsense in its construction, the V3’s internals are well organized, allowing users easy maneuverability and access to the rig’s innards, wires, ports and plugs.
All in all, its overall performance and price makes it stellar as a gamer’s PC option, minus perhaps factored in Blu-Ray support features.