I remember the first few shows I went to at CES years ago when there was a bunch of PC gaming hardware and computers being shown off. There are still some new computers at the show, but the gaming desktop is not that common any more. Origin PC has shown off a new gaming rig at CES that is very impressive
Origin is offering the Genesis gaming desktop with an option of having the processor overclocked all the way to 5.7GHz. the CPU is able to be clocked to that speed and operate reliably thanks to the wicked cooling that Origin uses.
The gaming machine can be equipped with phase change cooling technology that will drop the temperature of the processor below zero degrees. Origin claims that the CPU can be chilled to as low as -40C, that is cold indeed. The machine can be fitted with various processors and up to four NVIDIA GTX 580 video cards.
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