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 Bolt II is, despite its big offerings, a small-form-factor PC, boasting the ability to run high-end games on max settings without overheating. Such an issue is mitigated through the use of Digital Storm’s Hardline Cooling System — a trio of acrylic tubing, a 240mm radiator, and a pump that keeps the machine cool.
A yellow variety of coolant is pumped through the Hardline Cooling System, giving it a cool look and allowing gamers to “experience games in ways they never thought possible.” Despite the hyperbole, the system is decked out with impressive specs, among them being an Intel Core i7 4790K processor.
Other hardware specs include NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX Titan Z 12GB graphics card, a 700watt power supply, and 16GB of memory. In addition to the “exotic finish” featured in the image above, there’s also a darker finish available.
Price sits at $4,997 with shipping taking between 10 and 15 days.