Origin Unveils Hybrid Gaming PC And Xbox 360 Rig

Posted: Sep 7 2010, 10:00am CDT | by , in News

Origin Unveils Hybrid Gaming PC and Xbox 360 Rig
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New gaming PC gets Xbox 360 too

Origin is one of the newer names on the gaming computer market, but the company has some folks working there that have been around. Origin has announced a new gaming PC today called The Big O that combines PC gaming and an Xbox 360 inside one machine.

The massive machine is on wheels and has a pair of overclocked Intel Xeon X5680 CPU inside with six-cores each and support for ECC memory. The machine has four EVGA GeForce GTX 480 FTW overclocked video cards inside in a multiple SLI configuration.

To make the thing even cooler it has a liquid cooled Xbox 360 Slim inside and you can play games on the Xbox 360 while the PC portion works on something else. As you can imagine, the beast is expensive. You can pick one up starting at $7699.

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