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Digital Storm Bolt II review: Rise of the un-Steam machines

Digital Storm Bolt II

At a Glance

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  • Digital Storm Bolt II
    $2,857.00

    The Bolt II proves that you don’t need a massive gaming tower to get massive gaming performance—as long as you’re willing to pay for the privilege of petite.

At a Glance

The Bolt II proves that you don’t need a massive gaming tower to get massive gaming performance—as long as you’re willing to pay for the privilege of petite.

Price when rated: $2857 (Other configurations also available)

Pros

  • Ultra-slim design
  • Powerful component choices
  • Liquid-cooled CPU

Cons

  • Gets very hot (although it remains stable)
  • Front-panel ports mounted on the side of the case
  • Optical drive can't be omitted from custom orders
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