Digital Storm has introduced a new beast of a gaming machine, the Bolt II Battle Box Titan Z Special Edition. The mouthful title aside, the new computer is a liquid-cooled offering the maker says is designed to NVIDIA's GeForce GTX Battle Box standard. The machine is available now for under $5,000.
The folks a Digital Storm are entering the CES 2014 blast of Valve’s Steam Machines with full force with an unveiling of the Bolt II. This device is a small form-factor gaming PC made to bring both Windows and Steam OS to the living room, doing so with what the company suggests is the first liquid cooled Steam Machine to have been revealed so far.
Always aiming to be the best of the best in gaming, NVIDIA has revealed their intentions for the upcoming holiday season with a set of tower builds going by the name GeForce GTX Battlebox. Several manufacturers of custom-made gaming PCs are onboard, including Falcon Northwest, Digital Storm, Maingear, and Origin. Each monster build in the GTX Battlebox program represents a new generation in gaming machines aimed directly at what NVIDIA describes as "this Holiday’s AAA, combat-focused games", made to play these games "at super high resolutions, at high settings and [with] every NVIDIA-exclusive feature enabled."
Digital Storm has unveiled their latest cooling system, the HydroLux. This one will be found exclusively on the Digital Storm desktop computers and is touted as being able to monitor and automatically adjust to temperature fluctuations in real-time. The HydroLux setup uses a mix of liquid and airflow cooling and further customizes everything with some software.
This afternoon the first slimline gaming notebook with a 13.3-inch display and Haswell - that's Intel's 4th generation Core technology, mind you - is being unleashed on the public. This machine sports a slick customized system mark of excellence on its back with Digital Storm's hot red cut down its back, bringing with it a system that also sports the highest-end NVIDIA GeForce GTX 700-series graphics cards under the hood.
As the PC gaming rig ecosystem continues to expand, groups like Digital Storm stand to gain largely from those ladies and gentlemen aiming to do two things at once: work with a high-powered computer and keep a low, yet stylish profile. That's getting pretty darn specific when you consider the start of the gaming PC trend not too many years ago: massive builds and wacky cases galore - but here Digital Storm keeps it tight.