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ORIGIN PC, known for the high-performance PCs that make gamers drool, on Tuesday unveiled two new case designs that will serve as the backbone of their MILLENIUM mid-tower and GENESIS full-tower PCs. The announcement was made at the Consumer Electronics Show.
“What makes these new cases newsworthy is the combination of striking industrial design, customizability and extensibility,” writes Gavin Gear on the Extreme Windows Blog. He got to check out the new cases just before CES 2014 started.
The difference between the MILLENIUM and GENESIS PCs is the expansion base, which can accommodate additional radiators for liquid cooling, or extra drives (up to 12 3.5-inch drives or 24 2.5-inch drives),” he writes.
Among the features in the new cases are a variable mounting system that lets the motherboard be oriented four different ways “so that you can optimize the placement and visibility of your PC’s internal components,” five hot-swappable hard drive bays and a Smart Fan Controller that lets you easily toggle between full manual control of fans and motherboard fan control.
To learn more about the new MILLENIUM and GENESIS desktop PC cases, visit the ORIGIN PC site, and to read Gear’s full post, head over to the Extreme Windows Blog.
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Suzanne ChoneyMicrosoft News Center Staff