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Origin PC, the famous modding company and manufacturer of custom PCs, is celebrating its tenth anniversary with its biggest project ever made, a definitive gaming PC that integrates the three consoles of the current generation, giving life to a true beast that It was the only reality in our dreams.

Came by the name ‘Big O’ and is a reference to the PC with which the company was announced in 2009, which integrated an Xbox 360 into a gaming PC. Now, after 10 years, Origin PC is presenting a new version of Big O that integrates a PS4 Pro, an Xbox One X, and a Nintendo Switch.

The ultimate gaming platform!

To create this beast, Origin PC explains that they had to make several modifications and create custom cooling systems. The result is a PC with individual USB 3.0 ports for each console, an HDMI that serves as a single output for the three consoles and the PC, all within a beautiful Genesis case of tempered glass and aluminum.

On one side we have the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X boards, each with its own Cryogenics liquid cooling system and connected to a Seagate Barracuda SATA 2 TB SSD. For this reason, the operation of the consoles will be only under digital games and will not have disk capacity.

And on the other side of the box, we have all the PC components where we find an MSI MEG Z390 board with Intel Core i9-9900K CPU and NVIDIA TITAN RTX GPU. 64 GB of RAM CORSAIR Dominator Platinum, two 1 TB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe SSD drives, only for the operating system, which is Windows 10 Pro, and a 14 TB Seagate BarraCuda disk for internal storage.

It also has its own CRYOGENIC Hard Line Liquid Cooling liquid cooling system, as well as CORSAIR fans and a 1000W EVGA SuperNOVA G3 power source to bring this monster to life. In addition to this, an Elgato Game Capture 4K60 Pro grabber is included, with which we can record our games without problems.

On the back of the box, we will find the dock to connect a Nintendo Switch and thus have all the consoles available.

And now comes the bad news, since Origin PC has no plans to sell this Big O, this because its price would be extremely high, in addition to representing some legal problems for the companies that own the consoles. For this reason, they only manufactured one as a sample of their capabilities and took the opportunity to lend it to Unbox Therapy to show it in all its splendor.

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