Digital Storm Unveils World’s Thinnest, Most Powerful & Future-proof Gaming PC

Digital Storm has unveiled what it’s calling the world’s thinnest, most powerful & future-proof gaming PC: the Bolt.

The Bolt’s chassis is only 3.6” wide and 14” tall and designed to effectively dissipate heat, allowing it to house the fastest components on the market. Overclocking shouldn’t be a problem either, thanks to a high performance CPU cooling solution with five copper heat pipes; the Bolt’s processor can be overclocked up to 4.6GHz with Intel’s i7 3770K CPU. The rig also supports up to 3 hard drives: 2 SSDs and 1 mechanical.

Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm’s Director of Product Development, said:

“Gaming PCs have always been housed in massive towers, but we’ve seen that more and more consumers are moving towards smaller and more efficient machines. We wanted to develop a slim affordable gaming PC that could play the latest titles, while still being a powerful desktop PC that kept future upgradability in mind.”

Check out the specs:

I’m drooling over that Level 4 rig.

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3 Comments on Digital Storm Unveils World’s Thinnest, Most Powerful & Future-proof Gaming PC

mustachio marauder

On October 23, 2012 at 10:23 pm

This exact same rig can be built for around 500$ from newegg if you do it yourself, the form factor i would rather save some money then have a smaller desktop

Air Jimma

On October 24, 2012 at 6:09 am

Looks decent, but unless you have extreme space restrictions I don’t see the need for one of these. The picture showing the inside makes it look like the air flow will be almost non-existent, so a little more detail on how they designed it to dissipate heat might be in order. Heat is the enemy of computer components and it’s ironic that a machine that will run hotter than a standard sized one is referred to as future proof.

Also, Level 4 is the only one that is even close on price. The most important part of a gaming PC is the GPU and if you drop 1600 dollars on a PC and only put a 660ti in it, you messed up.

As always, just build one yourself. Youtube can teach you anything you don’t know. I spent $1300 on building my rig and I have the same specs as the Level 4 (Diff Processor, chipset, and bigger PSU).


On December 18, 2012 at 12:36 am

Good god that cable management is ing horrendous.