You might recall the awesome gaming rig from Origin called the Big O that packed in more hardware than you can shake a stick at and cost more than some new cars. Origin is on hand at CES and the company has announced that its Genesis and Big O gaming rigs will get new processor options.
The new processors are from the next generation IntelCore i7 line and the parts can be ordered overclocked to run at speeds of 5GHz and over. The machines also get all sorts of other options to choose from and the notebook offerings are getting new features too.
Among the new features will be new Core i5 and i7 processors and a new GPU option with the NVIDIA GTX 485M on 15.3-inch and 17-inch machines. These are some of the coolest gaming computers around if you have the disposable income to enjoy one.
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