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ORIGIN PC Launches A New Line of Ready-To-Ship (RTS) Systems

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    ORIGIN PC announced today the availability of their brand new line of Ready-To-Ship (RTS) systems for the holidays. ORIGIN PC's RTS line of systems come pre-configured using only high quality parts specially chosen by the ORIGIN PC engineers. These high-performance systems are available while supplies last and offer the same unmatched quality and performance as every custom ORIGIN PC without the wait and without any compromise. Every RTS system is put through the same rigorous benchmarking and testing and built and supported in the United States. With included popular PC games, features such as professional overclocking and award winning Lifetime 24/7 Support, the ORIGIN PC RTS system makes the perfect holiday gift.


    ORIGIN PC RTS Systems Feature:
    • Ready To Ship Within One Business Day Once Payment is Processed
    • ORIGIN PC Professional Overclocking
    • ORIGIN PC Lifetime 24/7 U.S. Based Technical Support
    • Full ORIGIN PC Hardware Warranty Coverage with 45 Day Free Shipping
    • ORIGIN PC Frostbyte 120 factory sealed, maintenance free liquid cooling
    • Upgradeable Graphics Cards with FREE Popular PC Games
    "ORIGIN PC customers have been requesting we bring back our Ready-To-Ship systems, to get a high quality PC without waiting for a custom build." said Kevin Wasielewski ORIGIN PC CEO and cofounder. "All of our RTS systems come specially configured and include our award winning integration and lifetime support. This is why we believe our RTS systems make the perfect PC gift this holiday season."

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  2. Absolution


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    Whenever I look at this, it seems related to EA's Origin service.

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