LAS VEGAS, NV — Custom desktop maker ORIGIN PC has announced chassis updates to its existing Genesis (full tower) and Millennium (super tower) gaming desktops, as well as updates to its Professional L-Class systems. The systems will use two band new chassis designs, using an all-new streamlined aluminum exterior with swappable tempered glass side panels. Carrying over from past versions is ORIGIN PC’s Variable Mounting Technology - a feature allowing the motherboard to be mounted in four different orientations. The new cases also offer tool-less upgradeability and an interchangeable front door. This combination of features should allow for a very flexible setup that can work in many environments. The most notable of changes on the chassis is the difference in appearance. The last generation’s Millennium...
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