"We (Digital Storm) are not looking to compete with console pricing," Digital Storm's Director of Product Development, Rajeev Kuruppu, says. "We're taking aim at the high end of the market, targeting consumers that demand the best possible gaming experience and who are looking for a PC capable of playing any title on their new 4K display."
We learned of 12 Steam Machine manufacturers today, including Digital Storm, but have yet to hear price points or release dates (or much of anything) for the other consoles. Valve shipped beta Steam Machines to 300 participants in December. Expect more information about the Steam Machines at Valve's CES press conference tonight.
Digital Storm's second generation SFF system features a refined look, increased accessibility and advanced thermal design. With double the cooling power of its closest competitor, Bolt II differentiates itself from other SFF and Steam Machine systems by focusing on delivering the best graphics possible and refusing to compromise on performance.
"We (Digital Storm) are not looking to compete with console pricing," said Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm's Director of Product Development. "We're taking aim at the high end of the market, targeting consumers that demand the best possible gaming experience and who are looking for a PC capable of playing any title on their new 4K display."
Bolt II defies the cookie-cutter mold of SFF systems by delivering performance that eclipses most full-size desktop PCs. Expertly engineered airflow design with large perforated ventilation areas over the graphics card, cooling system, power supply, and top panel transfer excess heat out of the system while pulling cold air in. A best-in-class 240mm radiator cools the overclocked processor, which drastically reduces system temperature making it the most thermally efficient SFF computer available.
Unsatisfied with simply offering the best performing SFF cooling system, Digital Storm included the company's proprietary HydroLux control board to provide gamers with full command of the system's unrivalled cooling capabilities. HydroLux monitors the Bolt II's temperature in real time, automatically striking the perfect balance between thermals and noise. HydroLux can also create a custom look by controlling the LED lighting inside and shifting the color spectrum to fit the user's preference.
Digital Storm's engineers eliminated SFF upgradeability concerns with a clever removable compartment system that provides easy access to key components. The graphics card, storage drives, optical drive, and cooling system can all be removed and serviced with minimal hassle, making the Bolt II infinitely more upgradeable than any other SFF computer on the market.
Bolt will be available later this month starting $ 1,899 at http://www.digitalstormonline.com/bolt-ii.asp.
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