Origin PC, the well-known maker of custom gaming rigs, celebrated its 10th birthday with a bang. The company put out an insane build called the Big O that houses all the three major gaming consoles.
In what may well be every gamer’s dream, Origin PC went all out with its Big O 2.0 gaming rig, the successor to the original that came out almost a decade ago.
- The Big O strips the gaming consoles (PS4 Pro and Xbox One X) out of their shells with 2TB of Seagate’s Barracuda SATA SSD.
- It bolts their motherboard on the chassis vertically on one side and cools them with color matching fluid using Cyrogenic’s Hard Line Liquid Cooling.
- The other side of the Genesis case is occupied by the MSI MEG Z390 GODLIKE motherboard. On which sits the i9-9900K and a vertically mounted Nvidia RTX Titan GPU.
- The gaming PC is topped off with 64GB of Corsair Dominator Platinum memory sticks, 2x2TB of Samsung 970 EVO NVMe SSDs and 14TB of Seagate BarraCuda for storage.
- The front of the case contains the usual power button and I/O on the top. An in-built remote-controlled HDMI switcher sits lower down that takes the output from all the systems. It feeds it to an external monitor on-the-fly.
- In the middle is the dock for the Nintendo Switch, completing the overall package for possibly the only single build. Where one can experience games from all the major gaming platforms.
- Moreover, tt’s powered by a 1000W EVGA SuperNOVA G3 PSU. And also has an Elgato Game Capture 4K60 Pro card because it can.
- Unlike its predecessor that cost $17,000, the Big O 2.0 is a “one of a kind” build by Origin to showcase what it can do. And therefore, isn’t meant for sale.