Origin PC Offers GeForce GTX 560 Ti On Custom Desktops

It's hard out there for PC makers. There's just so much competition hitting you from every angle, and with AMD and Intel introducing new gear every month it seems, it has to be hard to keep your supply channel in check. But Origin PC has been hanging in there with the best of 'em since launching a year or so ago, and today they're announcing something else: availability of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti on the GENESIS, MILLENNIUM, and BIG O custom desktops.


NVIDIA's newest GPU will definitely be coming to numerous other machines in due time, and it will surely be attractive for gamers everywhere looking for an upgrade. For those considering a new system, the 560 Ti makes Origin's options quite compelling.

MSI’s all-new N560GTX-Ti TwinFrozr II will be the card shipped in Origin's PCs, with a 1-year free shipping and free part replacement warranty on the entire rig. We're waiting for the product pages to go live before reporting pricing, but no doubt the Ti will demand a premium over everything else out at the moment.

ORIGIN Desktops Now Shipping with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Graphics Cards

Get the best gaming experience with over 3x the performance of previous generations1

Miami, FL – January 25, 2011, 9:00AM Eastern – ORIGIN PC announced today the immediate availability of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti on the GENESIS, MILLENNIUM, and BIG O custom desktops. The GeForce GTX 560 Ti features:

-          Crafted Performance: Delivers up to 3x the performance over previous generations1.
-          Built for DirectX 11: With advanced DirectX 11 tessellation, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti lets you enjoy incredibly detailed environments and characters.
-          GeForce GTX Gaming: Delivering an unrivaled gaming experience – from 3D Vision to Surround multi-monitor gaming, PhysX and the unbeatable power of SLI – with GeForce GTX you know you’ve got the best.
1 – Compared to GeForce 8800 GT

“As an NVIDIA launch partner, no one offers the latest graphics technology before ORIGIN does,” said Kevin Wasielewski ORIGIN CEO and co-founder.  “The GeForce GTX 560 with its amazing performance and low price point might be the best price-to-performance graphics card that NVIDIA has ever created.”

“MSI’s all-new N560GTX-Ti TwinFrozr II graphics cards combines the exciting GTX560-Ti GPU from NVIDIA with the industry-leading, award-winning MSI TwinFrozr II cooling solution which reduces GPU temperatures by up to 20 degrees C,” said Alex Chang, MSI.  “With Military Class II components and a significant overclock out of the box, the N560GTX-Ti TwinFrozr II graphics card is the only choice for the savvy PC enthusiast!”

ORIGIN systems feature a 1 year free shipping and free part replacement warranty backed with the best in class 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.  The GENESIS is the only truly custom pc in the industry featuring name brand components with ORIGIN giving customers the option to customize every component including the chassis.   Systems can be configured one on one with an ORIGIN specialist through 1-877-ORIGIN-0 (674-4460 or sales@originpc.com.  
Via:  Origin PC
Comments
realneil 3 years ago

It's logical that they would offer the newest tech on their computers. This company, along with CyberPower PC does make some awesome PC's

 

gibbersome 3 years ago

Indeed!

coolice 3 years ago

I thought the chassis were... well, lets just say those pictures did not do justice to the actual size of those cases.

THEY"RE HUGE!!! Especially the Origin... monster looking computer! I started hunting down and searching... and Woaah... i can use that thing as a side/ coffee table (please dont hate me) as well as a computer.

I dont know, i like having a smaller computer...smaller footprint. Perhaps its because of the tiny room i live in haha.

fat78 3 years ago

next contest prize??

That one computer is insane, and i am just trying to wonder what kind of task a person is running that makes them need that rig.

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