Thursday, June 6th 2013

ORIGIN PC Launches Small Form-factor SLI Desktop

ORIGIN PC has officially launched their most powerful small form factor (SFF) chassis yet, the Silverstone SG10, to their award-winning desktops. Designed as the ultimate SFF with full support of standard size components such as ATX power supplies, full tower CPU coolers and up to DUAL NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690's in QUAD-SLI, the SG10 has the ability toplay any PC Game, including popular AAA titles CRYSIS 3 and METRO: Last Light at a visually stunning 2560x1600 resolution with buttery smooth frame rates.Who says power can't be achieved with at small footprint? With the new SG10 you can now experience the performance of a full-size desktop, but at a fraction of the size.

The SG10 Features:
  • Supports up to DUAL NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 graphics cards in QUAD-SLI
  • Supports full tower CPU coolers and ATX power supplies
  • Supports high-end Micro-ATX Z87 and X79 Motherboards
  • FREE Lifetime 24/7 U.S. Based Technical Support
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14 Comments on ORIGIN PC Launches Small Form-factor SLI Desktop

#4
nickbaldwin86
by: Emperor_Piehead
Is that the SG10 that silverstone promised us?
yes! read the post...but when :(

by: silkstone
It says so in the OP
LOL kids these days right?


Anyone know when I can buy it, as soon as I saw it I was like WTF I want one. LOL I have been watching for it for what seems like forever? I don't even remember when it was announced
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#6
nickbaldwin86
Yeah sure and everyone else... but it is a pipe dream case. I would be amazed but very happy if it went to market. he is now building prototypes so you never know.

I would rather run m-ATX over ITX though
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#7
natr0n
I spy single channel memory.
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#8
Maban
by: natr0n
I spy single channel memory.
The other stick on the other side not catch your eye?
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#10
Emperor_Piehead
by: nickbaldwin86
yes! read the post...but when :(



LOL kids these days right?


Anyone know when I can buy it, as soon as I saw it I was like WTF I want one. LOL I have been watching for it for what seems like forever? I don't even remember when it was announced
Sorry I was reading this on my phone in a rush and skimmed it, but mostly looked a t the pictures. :banghead:
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#11
natr0n
by: Maban
The other stick on the other side not catch your eye?
ah I see now. I forget that they use it on both sides of cpu. freaking shadows:laugh:
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#12
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: natr0n
ah I see now. I forget that they use it on both sides of cpu. freaking shadows:laugh:
Yeah, but they're still running dual-channel on a quad-channel board. One would imagine that if you can afford two GTX690s you can afford four sticks of RAM...:wtf:
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#13
Maban
They probably couldn't fit a stick under that fan on the rad.
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#14
natr0n
What a conundrum this system is.
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