The latest addition to the ORIGIN PC family, the BIG O Desktop, combines a liquid-cooled machine that serves as a gaming PC on one side and a gaming console on the other.
Announced fo rthe first time last summer, the newest iteration of the Big O uses a modified version of Corsair’s dual-chamber Crystal Series 280X case, dropping a liquid-cooled PC on one side and a liquid-cooled console (PlayStation 4 Pro or Xbox One S All-Digital Edition) on the other. Regardless of which console customers choose, there is the option of upgrading the stock hard drive to an SSD. Both devices have their own power connections and video outputs, so you can use them simultaneously.
The BIG O’s console and PC have individual power connections and separate HDMI outputs, allowing them to be used either simultaneously through two different displays or one multi-input compatible display. To allow the PC to stream and capture content, including 4K gameplay, an optional Elgato 4K60 Pro capture card can be added to the machine. Furthermore, the PC components like the CPU, motherboard, RAM, GPU, and storage drives, are all fully customizable, allowing users to enjoy the ultimate PC gaming experience using the latest GeForce RTX graphics and their choice of an Intel Core or AMD Ryzen processor.
Here’s what’s inside the Big O:
- A modified CORSAIR Crystal Series 280X chassis with a dual-chamber design
- PC and gaming console inside one chassis, choice of PlayStation 4 Pro or Xbox One S All-Digital Edition
- Up to an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X or Intel Core i9-9900K CPU
- All-in-One liquid cooling for PC and console processors
- Up to a single Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti GPU
- Tool-less tempered glass side panel
- Up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM 3200MHz
- Up to a 750-watt Power Supply
- 2 PCIe SSD storage for PC and optional SSD upgrade for console
- Optional Elgato Capture Card available to play or capture console output on the PC inside BIG O
- Optional customization options available including RGB components, HD UV lighting, or laser etching
Any Corsair components or connected Corsair peripherals—including the 280X case’s RGB fans—can be controlled via the company’s iCUE management software.
The Big O hybrid gaming desktop is available to purchase today on Origin PC’s website, with prices starting at $2,499.
Separately, Origin PC is announced the M-Class RTX Studio high-performance desktop.
The high-performance RTX Studio desktops are featuring the most powerful NVIDIA GeForce or Quadro RTX GPUs currently available. Designed for the most demanding creative workflows, the M-Class can be customized with a GeForce RTX 2060 and up, a Quadro RTX 3000 and up, or a TITAN RTX GPU. The processor is an Intel Core i7-9700K or you can upgrade to an Intel Core i9-9900K processor. The PC has a 500 GB Samsung 970 EVO Plus SSD or more and it comes with at least 16 GB of RAM.