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Origin Offers Chronos Custom Built Desktop

Posted in Desktop PCs by Conner Flynn on May 29th, 2011

These desktops look pretty stylish and they are designed for gamers. The Origin Chronos custom-built small form factor gaming system supports the second generation Intel “Sandy Bridge” processors, which is overclocked for unmatched speed. So you know these bad boys will perform.

You can configure your Chronos system with up to 16GB of dual channel DDR3 memory and they support graphic cards of any length, offer expansion card compatibility and a cable management system to keep your system neat and running cool. We want one.

Origin announces EON17 Gaming Notebook

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on September 27th, 2010

Origin PC has a new high end gaming notebook. The Origin EON 17 features a 17.3 inch Full HD wide screen display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and it is capable of Full HD video in 1080p. You can choose from a range of Intel processors up to an Intel Core i7 980x processor, and you also have the option to have up to two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480M graphics cards in SLI.

You can also choose a massive 24GB of DDR3 RAM, with a total of three different hard drives. How about a full size keyboard with a numeric keypad? You got it. Some other specs include HDMI out, optical digital out and 7.1 channel HD audio, a touch sensitive multi gesture pad and a bunch of instant access buttons. This is one powerful notebook.

Origin unveils crazy powerful PC called The Big O

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on September 7th, 2010

We have seen gaming machines before that cram processors aimed at the server market inside for higher performance. We have also seen those machines get overclocked CPUs for even better performance. What we haven’t seen is a machine that rolls so much gaming win into one package like the new Origin gaming rig does.

The machine is called The Big O and it is an absolute beast of a computer. The machine has dual 6-core Intel Xeon X5860 CPUs that are overclocked to 4.3GHz. The machine supports ECC memory and up to 24GB of Corsair RAM can be added. The machine can also be fitted with four EVGA GTX 480 FTW video cards in SLI.

Origin Core i7 powered EON15 Notebook

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2010

Now the Origin EON18 has a sibling. The company has added the 15.6-inch EON15 to the lineup. This looks like a good one for the serious gamer who wants a good machine that they can lug around and play games with.

The EON15 starts at $1,899, and some of the specs include an Intel Core i7 processor, 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285M or GTX 280M, 4GB-8GB RAM, 160GB-500GB hard drive or 80GB-250GB SSD, DVD Burner or Blu-ray burner, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI output and Gigabit Ethernet.

Origin Eon 18 gaming laptop

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2010

After Dell bought Alienware in 2006, three execs decided to quit so that they could create their own company, Origin, and make high end gaming PCs like Alienware. Their first endeavor is finally here and is dubbed Eon 18. It’s a stylish and highly customizable gaming laptop with an 18.4″ full HD widescreen display, dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 208M GPUs, 7.1 high-def audio, and up to three 250GB SSDs.

It sure looks like Alienware, just without the alien logo. Right now it has a Core 2 Extreme Quad QX9300, but on Monday it will get a Core i7. Don’t expect much battery life with those specs. Only 45 minutes when gaming unplugged.