Digital Storm debuts a slim and small gaming PC called Bolt
Personally, I am a big fan of customized gaming rigs, they are just marvelous and all the things you can do with them are beyond imagination. However, there is one drawback (well, not really) and that is the size. So, if you are looking for a really slim gaming PC then Digital Storm has recently announced such a rig and it is called the Bolt.
Digital Storm’s Bolt measures 3.6 inches wide and about 14 inches square. It has neat looks and is packed with gaming-level hardware. Inside the custom build chassis you can have (up to) an Intel Core i7-3770K processor, an Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe motherboard, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 (2GB) and 16GB of DDR-1600MHz RAM. In terms of the storage options, the Bolt is equipped with a 120GB SSD which is paired with a 1TB (7200RPM) HDD, it also comes with a slim 8x DVD-RM optical drive.
The above mentioned is the best configuration one can have and it will cost you $1,949. However there are three other configurations which are cheaper than the aforementioned and you can check out the specifications and pricing in the chart below.
If you are looking for a good gaming PC which does not live a huge footprint, then the Bolt currently seems the best option for you.