ORIGIN PC Offers Overclocking Up To 5.2GHz Using Affordable New Liquid Cooling System

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News Posted: Mon, Feb 6 2012 11:11 AM

ORIGIN PC announced the FROSTBYTE 360 maintenance free liquid cooling system. Using the FROSTBYTE 360, ORIGIN's professional overclocking teams have reached speeds up to 5.2GHz on multiple cores. The system features silent pumps and a high efficiency triple 120mm radiator. Other key features include a micro-channel copper CPU block, 360mm high efficiency copper radiator, and an embedded temperature sensor. Origin is offering its ORIGIN PC GENESIS system with the FROSTBYTE 360 for a starting price of $1,599.

ORIGIN PC Now Offering Overclocking up to 5.2GHz in a New More Affordable Liquid Cooling System

Highest Overclock Available on any Factory Sealed Liquid Cooling System

Miami, FL – February 6, 2012, 9:00AM Eastern —ORIGIN PC announced today the exclusive availability of their new FROSTBYTE 360 liquid cooling system. With the FROSTBYTE 360 ORIGIN's professional overclocking teams are reaching speeds up to 5.2GHz allowing them to routinely set new benchmark records and stay on top of the competition. Featuring silent pumps, a high efficiency triple 120mm radiator, and zero maintenance, the FROSTBYTE 360 liquid cooling system allows for extreme overclocking in a more affordable solution. The award winning ORIGIN PC GENESIS configured with the FROSTBYTE 360 starts at $1599.

"Until now, extreme overclocking required hundreds if not thousands of dollars worth of components including pumps, radiators, coolant hoses, fittings, and expensive water blocks." said Kevin Wasielewski ORIGIN PC CEO and cofounder. "With the Frostbyte 360, a maintenance free liquid cooling solution, ORIGIN PC customers can enjoy top-end CPU performance at a fraction of the cost."

The ORIGIN FROSTBYTE 360 is the most cost-efficient high-performance liquid cooling system in the industry and it's backed by the best service and support. The FROSTBYTE 360 is a maintenance free solution and every ORIGIN PC is covered by free lifetime 24/7 toll-free technical support based in the U.S.

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

ORIGIN systems feature a 1 to 3 year free shipping and free part replacement warranty combined with the best in class integration, quality testing and support. ORIGIN PC offers a free life-time 24/7 phone and online service guarantee and each customer has a dedicated support team and free life-time labor for upgrade needs.

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Sounds good up to 5.2 ghz. The FROSTBYTE 360 costs $121.00 more than the FROSTBYTE 120 , and is not available as a stand alone product which is sad T-T i will like to see a review of this one vs H100

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KWalsh replied on Tue, Feb 7 2012 9:56 AM

I'm sorry but REALLY!?!?!? $1599........

I had to have read that wrong.

I have seen other reviews that say they have their Intel OCed to 5.0 on a nice air cooler, why would one want to spend more on a heat sink than what they spent on the cpu? I'm baffled!!!

I picked up the H100, because I AM a fan of Corsair and I'm proud to say so, with the H100 I set my Bulldozer (8150)

to 4.3 with a turbo of 5.0 and only a .50V increase, temps sit around 95 F when in a heavy game of BF3, Skyrim, and

Company of Heros.

I thought this was a nice increase in performance considering I used to run a Coolermaster V10, I'm not gonna lie it was nice but temps would easily get to 140 or 160 F on the over all cpu. (and I know what you are all thinkin and yes I have cooked a few cpus in my day, two in the last year. Just cant seem to stop pushin em.)

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«Affordable» liquid cooling system with a starting price of 1599USD ? Wow, Jennifer, some people really must be doing well in the good old US of A if a system that starts at 1600 dollars can be pitched as «affordable» ! Affordable for whom ?...

Henri

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