Monday, March 7th 2016

Origin PC Launches the Chronos SFF Gaming Desktop

ORIGIN PC announced today their new ORIGIN CHRONOS small form factor (SFF) chassis is now available for gamers, professionals, and enthusiasts all over the world. First unveiled at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, the new CHRONOS was designed and built exclusively by ORIGIN PC. Measuring only 11.75" (H) x 4" (W) x 13.75" (D), the new CHRONOS is ORIGIN PC's smallest form factor chassis ever offered and features enough space to fit up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Z graphics card, an ORIGIN FROSTBYTE 120 Sealed Liquid-Cooling, up to an Intel Core i7 5960X processor or XEON processor, and up to four 2.5'' SSDs and one 3.5'' storage drive. The new ORIGIN CHRONOS can also be placed vertically, horizontally, or even upside-down thanks to its detachable magnetic feet and rotating logo making it a perfect choice for any living room, bedroom or small office setting.

"With the ability to fit up to an NVIDIA GeForce TITAN X and up to 5 hard drives, our new CHRONOS is the best small form factor PC on the market for VR, streaming, 4K, or really any high end application," said Kevin Wasielewski ORIGIN PC CEO and co-founder. "The new CHRONOS is so small, yet so deceptively powerful thanks to its support for high-performance components like overclocked Intel Core i7 processers and up to 32GB of RAM. The CHRONOS is the best small form factor PC for VR with its compact size, high-performance, upgradability, configuration options, and U.S based 24/7 lifetime support. Have a question about your VR PC at 3AM? ORIGIN PC is here to help!"

ORIGIN PC's New CHRONOS Small Form Factor Features:
  • Measures 11.75"(H) x 4" (W) x 13.75" (D)
  • Ability to Place in Any Horizontal or Vertical Orientation with Detachable Magnetic Feet
  • Illuminated Rotating Logo
  • Supports all Mini ITX Platforms (Z170 and X99)
  • Supports up to an Intel Core i7 5960X Processor or XEON Processor
  • ORIGIN FROSTBYTE 120 Sealed Liquid-Cooling
  • Supports up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Z Graphics Card
  • Professional CPU and GPU Overclocking
  • Free Lifetime 24/7 U.S. Based Technical Support
For more information, visit the product page.
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11 Comments on Origin PC Launches the Chronos SFF Gaming Desktop

#1
The Quim Reaper
Measuring only 11.75" (H) x 4" (W) x 13.75" (D)
FFS..stop it with this imperial measurement BS and join the modern world why don't you.
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#2
AsRock
TPU addict
Besides not wanting my PC look like a XBox and would of been nice to allow air be drawn in from the fan area i kinda like it. More so when it's flat down as the heatpipes of the CPU ( if any ) and the GFX card should work as they were designed.

Dammit, just want that case screw the rest of it.
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#3
the54thvoid
The Quim Reaper said:
FFS..stop it with this imperial measurement BS and join the modern world why don't you.
You are a member of the rebel alliance and a traitor.
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#4
GhostRyder
AsRock said:
Besides not wanting my PC look like a XBox and would of been nice to allow air be drawn in from the fan area i kinda like it. More so when it's flat down as the heatpipes of the CPU ( if any ) and the GFX card should work as they were designed.

Dammit, just want that case screw the rest of it.
I agree, its a good looking case but I would not spend the money on buying an ORIGIN PC. Unfortunate because it seems well designed.
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#5
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Looks like the illusive MATX case I have been wanting.
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#6
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
I bet they would earn more if they just went ahead and sold the chassis separately. I for one won't mind shelling out a sum for just the case since it is hard to find a decent one. All itx with that form of chassis feels a bit too big for me (Silverstone's etc)
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#7
9700 Pro
Have fun with the temperatures.
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#8
nedooo
The Quim Reaper said:
FFS..stop it with this imperial measurement BS and join the modern world why don't you.
LOL why not use cca LOL
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#9
Caring1
9700 Pro said:
Have fun with the temperatures.
Drill some holes through the perspex before you install the GPU and it might be alright. Putting a Titan Z up against that is asking for heat issues.
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#10
nedooo
Caring1 said:
Drill some holes through the perspex before you install the GPU and it might be alright. Putting a Titan Z up against that is asking for heat issues.
That avatar suits you :)
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#11
bobodori
That side panel reminds me of something............
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