There has always been a long debate between gamers worldwide if it’s better to play games on PC or on consoles. Every side has its arguments – console gaming is more comfortable, PCs are better because you have access to many more games, and so on. This is an age-old dilemma, but recently at the annual CES 2020 event, the builder Origin PC seemed to have asked simply ‘Why not both?’.
Therefore, during the CES event in Las Vegas, there has been presented the Big O, a beautiful gaming rig that comes with the most powerful consoles integrated into the case – PlayStation 4 Pro or Xbox One S, depending on everybody’s choice.
It costs $2,500 apiece
Big O is not cheap at all, but it’s worth every cent. The Big O can be configured with a maximum of AMD Ryzen 9 3900X or Intel i9-9900K CPU, and an Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card and a maximum of 32GB of RAM.
Big O has been originally conceived as a gaming PC with all three current-generation consoles integrated in it. Afterwards, the original concept has been modified so that the rig will become more affordable. With the possibility of choosing what console will be integrated in the Corsair Crystal Series 280X chassis, customers might solve once and for all the old dilemma when it comes to playing games on the right machine. So if you want to get rid of those unpleasant moments when you need to find the right formula to install a game, the Big O is able to skip you of the whole process.
Water cooling system
The whole gaming rig is equipped with a more modern way of cooling than the usual one. Both game console and gaming PC hardware are maintained at the right temperature by the water cooling system.
What do you think? Would you buy an Origin PC Big O?