Lovers of modding always surprise us with flashy designs for PCs that are normally intended for the gaming segment, but there is always room for new ideas, and that is what the developers of the Volta V have shown us.
These desktop computers stand out because they just do not look it. With a shape that resembles more furniture for television than a box of a PC, inside we find hardware configurations of the most complete. Of course, it seems that the use of a wooden box does not come cheap. Go prices, friends of Volta.
Goodbye to metal, wood could become a trend
Volta V will start selling in the United States this March, and its creators presume that the wood comes from American trees - we do not know if that is related to its high prices. The design is of course unique, because it serves both to support the monitor and to hide the keyboard underneath.
The configurations are of course ambitious, and the basic model has a Core i5-7600K which have already been overclocked serial, 16GB DDR4 memory, an 8GB GTX 1070 and a 250GB SSD. With the license of Windows 10 64 bits it is all in an astronomical 2,499 dollars.
From there the sky is the limit, because we can expand that configuration in a remarkable way. For example, with the Core i7 6950X 10-core, 32 GB RAM, a professional NVIDIA Quadro P6000 with 24 GB of graphics memory, and 2 TB on a SSD Samsung 960 Pro and another 2 TB in a 850 Pro (we are disappointed that You can not fit another 960 Pro unit) for a final budget of $ 12,177.
The official product page talks about how the airflow is fully calculated to be optimal and that noise is minimal. You know: if you need a high-flying PC but with that unique "classic" look, watch out for this PC that, yes, "is backed by a guarantee for a lifetime."