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Posted by Raine Hutchens on Sep 8, 2010

ORIGIN Releases PC/Xbox 360 Combination Gaming System

What would you do if you could create the computer system of your wildest dreams? This is the question that is being asked on PC Gaming ORIGIN’s website. Dubbed “The Big O”, that very system has been brought to life by ORIGIN.

The Big O features a unique liquid cooling system to keep you gaming harder for longer. The system fuses the capabilities of the fastest computing hardware on the market with a built-in Xbox 360 to create the ultimate gaming weapon. That’s right – inside of each Big O system there exists a brand new liquid-cooled Xbox 360 Slim. Each Big O is strategically modified so that the Xbox ports are easily accessible with liquid-cooled processors for extreme performance.

The system also includes EVGA’s GeForce GTX 480 FTW graphics cards which deliver the best graphics that money can buy. This kind of power is multiplied in a SLI multi-GPU configuration creating the most immersive visuals ever imagined in gaming history and beyond. Safely put, the Big O delivers unmatched graphics performance that will decimate any benchmark thrown its way.

The rig includes Intel’s XEON X560 processors that will keep anything thrown at it from slowing it down. Each processor features six cores, twelve threads, supports ECC memory – and that’s even before we add a second CPU and overclock this badboy to a lighting fast 4.3 GHz. Throw in up to 24GBs of Corsair GT 2000MHz memory and then bask in glory, daring any computer task to attempt to slow down this behemoth of a computer.

The Big O is definitely set to satisfy the demands of any hardcore gamer out there in the world. Combined with the ultimate personal computer system, the Big O is designed to go above and beyond gaming. Starting off at a hefty $7,669 this kind of hardware doesn’t come cheap, but the price is worth it if you want the best in gaming PCs.

Find out more about this product at ORIGIN’s website, and order your own at the site as well.

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