Digital Storm launches Bolt, a tiny gaming PC with a giant graphics card

Gallery Photo: Digital Storm Bolt hands-on pictures

Early this year, Dell introduced the Alienware X51, a miniature gaming PC just slightly larger than your average game console, yet still capable enough to play the latest games. Now, Alienware has some competition in that realm: the Digital Storm Bolt, a computer roughly the same size, but even more powerful. Despite having a chassis just 3.6 inches wide and 14 inches tall, Digital Storm’s managed to cram a 700W power supply, a GeForce GTX 690 graphics card, and a Core i7-3770K CPU overclocked up to 4.6GHz.

Mind you, Digital Storm’s a boutique retailer, and the Bolt isn’t exactly a bang-for-the-buck machine. Compared to the Alienware X51, it’s not nearly as cheap. Where the Alienware starts at $ 699, you’ll have to shell out at…

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