ORIGIN PC GENESIS Overclocked to 5.7GHz

ORIGIN PC GENESIS Overclocked to 5.7

CES 2012 isn’t just about small electronics and gadgets, the big boys are here to play too. ORIGIN PC made a major announcement and unveiled their ORIGIN PC GENESIS Overclocked to 5.7GHz today. The award winning PC has moved the bar up to give serious gamers the edge they need. Overclocked at 5.7GHz and with the new Phase Change cooling system, the Genesis PC is sure to be a hot seller in 2012.

For gamers on the go, ORIGIN also made the announcement that EON17-S and EON15-S laptops will both receive a new ORIGIN PC design and all laptops and desktops will have free U.S. based lifetime 24/7 technical support.


ORIGIN PC GENESIS Overclocked to 5.7GHz

  • Expert Overclocking: Experience new heights and reach 5.7GHz, only available with ORIGIN PC’s award winning professional overclocking and high end custom cooling solutions.
  • Phase Change Technology: Achieve a new level of cooling with ORIGIN PC’s exclusive Phase Change Technology which cools the processor to sub zero temperatures as low as -40 degrees Celsius.
  • Latest Name Brand Components: ORIGIN PC works directly with every name-brand component manufacturer to bring the newest and fastest technology to our customers first including overclocked Intel X79 Processors and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 3GB cards in 4-way SLI.
  • Custom Built and Supported in the U.S.: Every detail of the GENESIS desktop is selected by the customer and hand built in the U.S. by award winning ORIGIN PC integrators.

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Look for the new ORIGIN PC GENESIS Overclocked to 5.7GHz and the newly designed EON17-S and EON15-S laptops to start shipping in early 2012. You can learn more about these systems and the new lifetime tech support at Originpc.com.

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