ORIGIN IS FIRST TO OFFER THE ASUS RAMPAGE III EXTREME MOTHERBOARD AND PROVIDES EVEN MORE POWER AND OPTIONS FOR GAMERS AND PROFESSIONALS ON THE GENESIS DESKTOP AND EON LAPTOPS
- GENESIS desktop is the first to offer the new Asus Rampage III Extreme motherboard allowing robust overclocking, USB 3.0, and SATA III.
- EON15 offers the most GPU options in any 15" gaming laptop with the ATI Radeon 5870 supporting DX11, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285M, and the NVIDIA Quadro FX 2800M.
- EON18 laptop now offers the NVIDIA Quadro FX 2800M and up to 2750GB of hard drive capacity
- GENESIS desktop now offers professional workstation graphics cards including dual 4GB NVIDIA Quadro FX5800 cards
April 22, 2010, Miami, FL, - ORIGIN continues its efforts to provide the best options in PC hardware components across all their high performance PC systems. Being first to market with the new Rampage III motherboard from ASUS for the award winning GENESIS desktop and offering the latest graphics cards including the ATI Radeon 5870 and the NVIDIA Quadro FX 2800M card on the EON15 and EON18, shows that ORIGIN continues to deliver unprecedented performance to gaming and hardware enthusiasts.
ORIGIN is updating their GENESIS desktops by adding the new ASUS Rampage III Extreme motherboard which offers robust overclocking solutions for the newest Intel Core i7 CPUs such as the Core i7-980X Extreme. It also supports NVIDIA 3-way SLI and ATI CrossFireX support, and tags on a pair of USB 3.0 ports and SATA III. ASUS' new overclocking system allows gamers to control the speed of the system from a nearby Bluetooth phone, and users can backup or move BIOS overclock settings on a USB stick to share with others. The ORIGIN GENESIS is available online now starting at $1,999.
The ORIGIN EON15 and EON18 laptops both offer additional options that give PC enthusiasts the flexibility of choosing what they want. Among the additions to the EON15 are the options of the ATI Radeon 5870 mobile graphics card supporting DirectX 11 and the NVIDIA Quadro FX 2800M for professional workstation graphics on the go. The EON18 also adds the option the for NVIDIA Quadro FX 2800M and multiple 1TB hard drives while both the EON18 and EON15 now offer 512GB Solid State hard drives options. The EON15 starts at $1,623 and the EON18 starts at $1,765.
Quote from Asus:
"The ASUS Republic of Gamers Rampage III Extreme (RIIIE) motherboard empowers Origin's GENESIS desktop PCs with superior overclocking features on the latest CPUs, and offers SATA III and USB 3.0. high-speed data transfer." says Timothy Lin, Director of Product Management . "Combining the expert engineering of ORIGIN and the ASUS RIIIE's Extreme Engine Digi+ improves heat dissipation by 30-percent over traditional MOSFETs. Simply put, the RIIIE on ORIGIN's GENESIS arms you with the most advanced and powerful gaming desktop ever built."
"Offering the latest combination of advanced CPU, GPU and motherboard solutions that gamers and professionals desire in our award winning products is a central part of ORIGIN's commitment to putting forth the best gaming and power user experiences possible." says Kevin Wasielewski, CEO/Co-Founder of ORIGIN PC. "Being first to market with the powerful ASUS Rampage III Extreme motherboard confirms ORIGIN's position as the leader in high performance custom built PCs."
All ORIGIN systems are backed up with the best in integration, quality testing and support. ORIGIN offers a free life-time phone and online service guarantee and each customer has a dedicated support team and free life-time labor for upgrade needs. Their staff is comprised of award-winning, experienced experts in the gaming and PC markets who want to share their passion with other enthusiasts.
For more information on ORIGIN's GENESIS desktop, EON15 and EON18 laptops, visit www.originpc.com.
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