Digital Storm's Bolt is a gaming PC that manages to combine a relatively small footprint, solid performance, a good range of customization options, and a reasonable price. PC Mag says the Bolt "packs beefy power into a slim, sexy package," and is a "great choice for a PC gamer with a smaller room and a smaller budget." Kotaku calls the high-end Titan configuration a "high-powered gaming PC with all the goodies in as little space as possible without it melting." The Boit's small case does present some challenges for upgraders; Hot Hardware says "the space inside the chassis is so limited that youâ€™ll have to work fairly hard to keep your cabling clean and tidy enough that it will all fit." However, Hot Hardware points out that the pre-built systems have "plenty of good hardware inside," so you may find that an off-the-shelf configuration is all you need.
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