For those who still remember the era of Gateway, eMachines, Packard Bell, etc, these plain white computer towers probably look quite familiar. Origin PC aims to bring some of those memories back with their new limited edition RestoMod PC, which harkens back to the era of floppies, dial-up, and boxed computer games. Built around a custom CORSAIR 4000D case, it boasts an HD UV print located at the front of the case with a design replicating the front of a 90s-era PC as well as a beige case color. Read more for a video and additional information.
Unfortunately, it only has a non-functional floppy drive as well as turbo button, but should still be good enough to trick your friends with the old school exterior and powerful hardware inside. At $2080, the standard build sports a a 2.9 GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB of RAM, 250GB of storage, and a 6GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics card. Pricing will vary depending on your configuration, though only a total of 50-units are available for purchase.
- The CORSAIR ONE packs all the performance of a full cutting-edge AMD-powered gaming desktop into a gorgeous and quiet small-form-factor that takes up less desk space than a laptop.
- Play in complete confidence thanks to reliable, award-winning CORSAIR components.
- An AMD 3rd gen Ryzen processor with Zen 2 architecture offers incredible single-thread and multi-thread performance.
- An NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics card powered by CUDA and real-time ray tracing technology ensures incredibly lifelike graphics and smooth frame rates
- Dual-channel CORSAIR VENGEANCE DDR4 high-performance memory provides the speed and capacity to handle the most demanding games and applications