Digital Storm is a company that might come to mind when thinking about buying a PC designed specifically for gaming. The company has also been known to craft some pretty good-looking devices which is why their latest Bolt 3 compact computer is no exception. The Bolt 3 has been designed for gamers who prioritize compactness and it certainly delivers.
What makes the Bolt 3 stand out is the use of a full glass panel which allows users to see the innards of their PC. This replaces the typical use of other materials such as acrylic or poly which makes it look a bit more classy and premium, although we reckon it would add a bit of weight as well, not to mention the potential of shattering should it drop or fall onto its side. Then again we doubt users will be carrying it around with them too much so weight shouldn’t really be an issue.
As for price, the Digital Storm Bolt 3 starts at $1,547 which is actually pretty decently priced for a gaming rig. It will come with an Intel Core i5 4590 CPU with 8GB of RAM, an NVIDIA GTX 960 with 2GB of VRAM, a 120GB SSD with 1TB of storage, and a 450W SilverStone PSU with Windows 8.1 running the show.
However if you have the cash to splash, the top tier model of the Bolt 3 will come with an Intel Core i7 4790K CPU, 16GB of RAM, an NVIDIA GTX Titan X with 12GB of VRAM, a 250GB SSD with 1TB of HDD storage, a 600W SilverStone PSU, and it will also come with Windows 8.1 preinstalled. How much will this particular setup cost you? A whopping $3,569. If you’d like to learn more or purchase one for yourself, just head on over to Digital Storm’s website for the details.
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