Let's face it,gaming computers are pretty much keeping desktop computing relevant in today they actually determine and set the desktop PC market,Especially in the age and emergence of mobile technology,just about every household today are wired and connected to a laptop,laptops in essence are a definite space saver. Diehard hardware junkies like myself are still using desktop computing and workstations primarily for the raw power,so the desktop computer is still relevant and not dead just yet. This brings me to the Origin Millennium Ivy Bridge-E, GTX 780 SLI gaming rig, this desktop computer brings back some relevancy to desktop PC due in part to the cases design and insanely beast of a hardware that's within the computer's case.
Origin PC are no strangers to gaming community and hardware diehards alike, as they make some of the best custom rigs on the planet, this particular system the ORIGIN PC configuration is one of its flagship offerings that puts it in the very high end category in terms of its hardware and pretty hefty price tag which is an insane $4200. Does this gaming rigs hadrware justify its $4200 price tag? Lets take a look at the specs.
For starters, we have a the latest and greatest in the Haswell Intel Core i7-4930 which is clocked at an insane 4.5 GHz, it has the best that money can buy motherboard in the ASUS Rampage IV Gene mATX motherboard,a custom Corsair H100i 240 mm water cooler, 16GB (4 x GB) Corsair Vengance DDR3 -1866 memory, 2 x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 3GB SLI configuration, 2 x Samsung 840 Pro 128GB SSD ( RAID 0 configuration), 1TB Western Digital Black HDD, Corsair AX1200i power supply ( at 1200 Watts),it has what I consider to be the best computer case around,the Corsair Obsidian 350D case.
If you have very deep pockets and willing to spend $4200 on a desktop gaming system,why not just get the Origin PC Millennium.
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