Hands on with the Big O 2020 Edition Dual-System from Origin PC (2024)

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Monday, January 13th 2020

Hands on with the Big O 2020 Edition Dual-System from Origin PC (1)

Corsair had acquired the performance system builder Origin PC in 2019, and we are seeing the first apparent synergic effects of this at CES 2020 with the all-new Big O system. The one-off from last year was a hand-built concept that made serious waves online by incorporating a PC, XBOX One X, PS4 Pro, and Nintendo Switch in the same chassis. It was not really intended to be a retail product, however, but this new 2020 version will actually come to the market in two main flavors: with an Xbox One S or a PS4 Pro pre-installed in a Corsair Crystal Series 280X dual-chamber case.

Origin will still offer all the usual configurations on the gaming PC side, with the base configuration starting at $2,499 MSRP for the XBOX One S version paired with a 1 TB HDD, as well as an Intel Core i5-9600K, 16 GB of RAM, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 GPU, a 240 GB SSD, and a 450 W power supply. The interesting element is certainly the console within, as it will be liquid cooled alongside some additional elements to keep the rest of the key components cool as well. You may also opt for upgraded storage options for the console, and further customize it by having an Elgato capture card built-in, so that you could stream your console gaming straight through the PC for example. Also, thanks to the completely separated power setup, your console would not shut down if your PC happens to go into standby for example. In terms of warranty, Origin PC will offer direct warranty for the consoles as well just like its traditional PCs. The Big O is up for pre-order with a special price starting at $2327 on the Origin website now.

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#1
Tsukiyomi91

$2300+ asking price is kinda high for what seems to be a mid-range PC along with a bare PCB but liquid-cooled XB1S or PS4 Pro together in a Crystal 280X. Maybe changing to AMD build like a R5 3600, B450/X570 mini-ITX board, 16GB Vengeance RGB PRO RAM 3200MHz dual stick kits, GPU remains unchanged, a decent 256GB M.2 PCIe SSD + cheap 1TB 2.5in SSD for games, a Hydro H60 AIO for the PC side & a beefier SF600 PSU. All that would be within $2k or more on top of all that RGB fans, LED strips & whatnot.
Don't get me wrong; this particular system is much more reasonable than the 2019 Big-O when Origin PC built it as a true "All-In-One" system. The price tag for an i5-9600K, Z390 mATX board, 16GB/32GB Dominator Platinum RGB, H100i Platinum RGB AIO, Corsair 240GB PCIe SSD & a SF450 PSU? It doesn't justify the $2300+ asking price at all.

#2
Chomiq

First somebody comes up with Thicc, now in 2020 it's the Big O. Sigh.

#3
robot zombie

Hands on with the Big O 2020 Edition Dual-System from Origin PC (6)

This "Big O" will never be as cool as mecha anime Batman. Sorry just the facts. It's not worthy of carrying the title until it looks like a sick noir steampunk lookin giant robot with slick hair.

I'm not sure who this monstrosity is for. I guess I might buy one if I saw it on overstock.com. Otherwise I'm going to assume it's a "do it just to do it" sorta thing

#4
timta2

"Hey Mom, will you give me a Big O for my birthday?".

("The Big O" often refers to an org*sm).

Hands on with the Big O 2020 Edition Dual-System from Origin PC (2024)

FAQs

How much is the Big O computer? ›

The Big O starts at $2,499, which gets you the most basic setup: an Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, a 1TB mechanical hard drive, a six-core Intel Core i5 9600K processor, 16GB of RAM, Origin's Frostbyte 120 liquid cooling system, an Nvidia GTX 1660 GPU, a 240GB SSD, and a 450W power supply.

Why is the Big O v3 not for sale? ›

The BIG O v3 is a goliath, 1 of 1 custom PC built as a showcase system for Unbox Therapy and is not for sale. Instead, it is a testament to ORIGIN PC's dedication to creativity and innovation.

Does Corsair own ORIGIN PC? ›

In July 2019, Corsair Components, Inc. announced its acquisition of Origin PC Corp.

Where is ORIGIN PC from? ›

ORIGIN PC is located in Miami, FL and ships worldwide. For more information, please visit www.ORIGINPC.com or call 1-877-ORIGIN-Ø.

What is Origin on PC? ›

The Origin client is self-updating software that allows users to download games, expansion packs, content booster packs and patches from Electronic Arts. It shows the status of components available. The Origin client is designed to be similar to its competitor, Steam.

How much does the PC cost? ›

Summarizing the PC Setup Cost

A good setup ranges from $1,000 to $4,000 typically, though less expensive options exist for those with budget constraints. While relatively more energy-consuming, gaming PCs provide unmatched entertainment and gaming experiences.

What happened to ORIGIN PC? ›

Back in 2020, Electronic Arts announced that its Origin launcher was being updated and rebranded as the EA App. More than two years later, it's finally ready to go: EA announced today that the app is now out of open beta and will soon step over Origin's corpse to take its place as EA's "primary PC platform."

Is CORSAIR a Chinese company? ›

Corsair Gaming, Inc. (stylized as CORSAIR) is an American computer peripherals and gaming brand headquartered in Milpitas, California. Previously Corsair Components and Corsair Memory, it was incorporated in California in January 1994 as Corsair Microsystems and reincorporated in Delaware in 2007.

Who owns Origin computers? ›

In 2019, ORIGIN PC was acquired by CORSAIR, combining expertise in PC building and expansive PC hardware to grow ORIGIN PC even more.

Does ORIGIN PC have bloatware? ›

After being hand assembled in the U.S. by certified ORIGIN PC specialists, each system is put through a custom integration process to prepare systems for future tasks. No bloatware is installed, only essential software.

Do Origin PCs come prebuilt? ›

We know PC performance is critical for work and gameplay, which is why we offer a wide selection of cases to house our pre-built systems!

Is Origin safe for Windows? ›

Origin is owned and operated by one of the largest and longest successfully operating game development and publishing companies: Electronic Arts. Although their application does leave a lot to be desired, a lot of EA's games can only be found on there. Is it safe? Yes.

Is Origin part of CORSAIR? ›

Corsair to move ORIGIN PC production to its Atlanta facility

MILPITAS, CA, February 2nd, 2024 – CORSAIR® (NASDAQ: CRSR), a world leader in enthusiast components for gamers, creators, and PC builders, today announced the move…

Who owns Origin gaming? ›

Origin Systems, Inc.

Origin is best known for their groundbreaking work in multiple genres of video games, such as the Ultima and Wing Commander series. The company was purchased by Electronic Arts in 1992. Origin Systems, Inc. March 4, 1983 in Houston, Texas, U.S.

Where does CORSAIR originate from? ›

Etymology. Borrowed from French corsaire, from Medieval Latin cursārius (“pirate”), from Latin cursus (“course, a running; plunder, hostile inroad”). Doublet of courser and hussar.

Who is CORSAIR competitor? ›

CORSAIR's alternatives and competitors. See how CORSAIR compares to similar products. CORSAIR's top competitors include Loupedeck, Razer, and Logitech. Loupedeck is the manufacturer of a control unit for professional image and video editing.

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