the Digital Storm
Bolt, with its attractive angles and custom case design, and the Digital Storm Aventum II, announced today, looks to be a larger and higher-end version of the SFF
gaming rig. The black and red color scheme as well as some design cues were definitely brought up from the Bolt
, including what looks like the ability to remove the top and side panels as a unit to expose an inner metal skeleton.
There’s also custom, hand-crafted, nickel-plated copper piping for the liquid cooling system, which is further comprised of a Thermal Control Module, ample air intakes, 420mm radiators, a multitude of fans, and a special rear vent that’s supposed to improve heat exhaust.
Under the hood, the Aventum II features up to an Intel
Core i7-3970X processor, three-way NVIDIA
GTX Titan (6GB) in SLI, 16GB of 1866MHz RAM, a 240GB Corsair Neutron GTX SSD and a 1TB (7200 RPM) storage drive, an ASUS X79 motherboard, and a Blu-ray player/DVD burner.
Aventum IIs start at $4,999, but the unit described above is the top of the line Level 4 version, which costs a hefty $9,500.