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Origin PC Offers New Liquid Cooling for OC'ing Up To 5.2GHz

Origin PC today announced a new cooling solution for those looking for something above what the boutique PC maker previous offered. New is the Frostbyte 360 liquid cooling system, which features silent pumps, a high efficiency triple 120mm radiator, and zero maintenance.

The Origin PC Genesis configured with the Frostbyte 360 starts at $1599. Origin boasts that overclocking teams are reaching speeds up to 5.2GHz with the new cooler.

Origin PC's exclusive Frostbyte 360 Liquid Cooling System features:

•    Origin professional CPU overclocking up to 5.2GHz on multiple cores

•    Micro-channel copper CPU block and 360mm high efficiency copper radiator

•    Embedded temperature sensor delivers the copper surface temperature with an accuracy of +/- 1C

•    Ultra silent operation and exceptionally low weight

•    Factory sealed, maintenance free operation

•    Thermal resistance as low as 0.085 C/W

This won't be for those who build their own systems, but rather for anyone looking for a complete, tweaked gaming PC.

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  • house70
    Nice.
    Arm and a leg, anyone?
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  • scook9
    Looks like the same boring ODM used by both Corsair and Antec......exciting!
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  • drapacioli
    At that price I may as well just buy a computer with dual processors to get double the computing power.
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  • robochump
    Dont matter. Last sentence says it all and will not be offered off the shelf. Gotta see the eye popping price tag on the rigs that carry this thing.
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  • amk-aka-Phantom
    Frostbyte, but nothing to do with Crytek's engine.

    Am I the only one who notices the mistake?! Frostbite is an engine developed by EA and used by Dice in Battlefield and Mirror Edge series (yes, I DO hope for Mirror's Edge 2...)
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  • warezme
    I would by the cooling system by itself, don't care for the rest of it though.
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  • sporkimus
    This unit is WAY overpriced IMO. This is nothing more than a glorified Corsair H100 unit and I don't understand what exactly the $1200 price increase will give me to make it worth it... other than a much larger dent in my wallet.
    Reply
  • payneg1
    Mirror Edge was Unreal engine 3
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  • datawrecker
    Now we can finally play Crysis. Wonder if the lights in the house dim every time you turn that sucker on?
    Reply
  • de5_Roy
    can it play gta 4 maxed @ 2560x1600?
    Reply