Algunos fabricantes de Steam Machines están tratando de crear máquinas de juego de tamaño pequeño y precios atractivos para competir con las consolas de última generación. Por $1.899 dólares, el Bolt II con refrigeración líquida de Digital Storm no es una de ellas.
Some Steam Machine makers are attempting to create small form factor gaming machines powered and priced competitively to the latest generation consoles. Starting at $1,899, Digital Storm's liquid-cooled Bolt II is not one of those.
Far too many gaming PCs are hulking beasts. They don't call em "towers" for nothing. Digital Storm is trying to fight that chunky, space-stealing trend with its new Bolt PC. Billed as the world's thinnest, Bolt's form is certainly slender, but it doesn't want for more under the hood.
Ah, July. School's out, the sun is up and the days are long. You know what that means? It's the perfect time to go inside and play video games.
>Digital Storm has unveiled their latest line of custom gaming PCs, which employs theSub-Zero Liquid Chilled System, allowing for Intel Core i7 processors to be overclocked at a blazing 4.6 gigahertz while remaining at an icy 0ºC.
For anyone looking to dive into the world of 3D gaming head first, Digital Storm's 3D Vision Surround BlackOPS package is a fine place to start. For $2800, you get the BlackOPS Assassin and three 3D-ready, 1080p Asus displays.
Digital Storm's superpowered BlackOPS PC line added an Assassin this week. It's "the industry's most vastly superior vertically cooled" rig around, and it still looks like it could power the Death Star.
Sure, Digital Storm's new DaVinci workstation is designed for pros in fields like video editing, it sure looks like a rig a rich nerd would bring to a LAN party.