This paper presents experimental results on the synthesis of boron rich diamond-like carbon phases (BCx) obtained by high pressure sintering (s-BCx) and pulsed laser deposition (PLD-BCx). It has been shown that sintering of a mixture of a powder of micro-diamonds with a powder of boron in the toroid type high pressure device leads to the creation of s-BCx phase with a low resistivity, and high elastic moduli. The PLD-BCx film found to be rigid with the resistivity as low as that of best conductive boron–doped diamond films. It indicates that the presence of B atoms in a laser plasma leads to the formation of sp3 bonds in the material in the process of chemical sputtering. The combination of unique characteristics can be achieved by changing the ratio B/C.