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Digital Storm unveil the Bolt Titan Edition PC, sports NVIDIA's latest GeForce GTX Titan GPU

Digital Storm unveil a new addition to their Bolt family, the Titan Edition - featuring NVIDIA's GeF

| Computer Systems News | Posted: Feb 19, 2013 2:00 pm

Digital Storm have just unveiled their latest addition to their award-winning Bolt line, the Titan Edition. If you don't remember what Digital Storm's Bolt PC is all about, well, it's only the slimmest gaming PC ever.

 

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The new Titan Edition chucks in the just-announced NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan GPU - the world's fastest graphics card - which features the same technology that powers the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Titan - the world's fastest supercomputer. Digital Storm's Bolt PC is one of the only small form factor PCs on the market that is designed to house the GTX Titan, thanks to their custom ventilation system.

 

The custom designed chassis features vents near each critical part of the PC, with large top and rear vents to get all of that hot air out of the system quickly, backed up by a dedicated air channel created by a slotted side vent in order to cool down your power supply.

 

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Digital Storm's Bolt Titan Edition is available right now from http://www.digitalstormonline.com, starting from $2499.

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