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ORIGIN PC Adds Liquid Cooling to CHRONOS Hadron Air Gaming Desktop

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    ORIGIN PC has proudly announced the launch of the 'first liquid-cooled EVGA Hadron "air" chassis' which is available only with its CHRONOS gaming desktop. EVGA's Hadron Air case, which measures 169 (W) x 305 (H) x 308 (D) mm, was modified by ORIGIN so as to support the FROSTBYTE 120 sealed-liquid cooling system and allow for better CPU cooling.

    The liquid-cooled CHRONOS Hadron Air can be equipped with a mini-ITX or micro ATX motherboard, an Intel Haswell processor (up to a 4.4 GHz overclocked Core i7-4770K), up to 32 GB of RAM, and one/two NVIDIA graphics cards (up to GTX Titan/GTX 780 Ti). For more info about the CHRONOS desktop see ORIGIN PC's website.

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    Lol... weren't they the ones to get paid to drop AMD gfx cards?
    Ironically they show a 7990 in the chassis ...
     
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    Atleast Origin figured out that the hadron needed an intake. Running your hardware near boiling point isn't how a computer should run. Hint hint EVGA.
     
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    Where did you get that? Sounds like a rumor. A false one, probably. With all due respect, I seriously doubt NVIDIA would waste their money on Origin.
     
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    There is no other logical explanation for Origin to drop AMD other than that all of Origin's customers are Nvidia fan boys which I really doubt.
     
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    What original manufacturer does the Chronos computer case comes from?
     
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    It says EVGA's Hadron...that's all I got so far.
     

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