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Overclocked 5Ghz Core i7 Desktop Discovered at CES 2011

Written on January 10, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Origin PC humbly presents a PC overkill named the Big O at the CES 2011. With 5Ghz overclocked i7 core and two GeForce GTX 580s, this is one heck of a rig!

Lookie what we found sitting around the corner trying to avoid public attention (or not). It definitely took no time at all for tech-fans to squeal in excitement as Origin shows off it’s overkill overclocked 5Ghz Core i7 desktop, the Big O. In CES 2011, where big companies lord over the limelight for the audience to take a gander on, Origin decides to let the tech-mongers to discover this fine piece of desktop computer.

This powerhouse PC is rigged with an overclocked Core i7 950, two GeForce GTX 580s in SLI mode, a dual SSD RAID setup, 1500W power supply, and then some. This piece of PC masterpiece may cost your soul; just kidding. Origin PC has tagged the setup for $7,799. None too shabby.

We still have yet to see the Big O in action, but we’re betting our money that it’s going to be excellent beyond expectations.

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