NVIDIA's GeForce GTX Titan has undoubtedly been on a lot of PC gamers' minds, what with its tantalizing promise of being the fastest single GPU solution, according to early impressions. So its no surprise that several custom PC makers are jumping in on the Titan bandwagon, including Digital Storm. What makes this system builder's take interesting is its inclusion of the GTX Titan within its relatively slim Bolt PC, with a chassis that's only 3.6" wide. While that may raise some concerns about airflow, Digital Storm seems to be confident enough about its ventilation system that it should be able to adequately cool the massive card. The chassis itself is designed with spacious vents from its top to rear, core components also benefit from vents, along with an internal air channel helping to keep the PSU cool. It is reported that the Titan-based computer will be built using an Intel Core i7 3770K 3.50 GHz + Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe solution, with the svelte Bolt running on a 500W Digital Storm Certified Gold Rated PSU.