Origin PC demonstrated its all-new Cube desktop machine at CES. The fully-upgradeable computer comes in an all-glass compact chassis that can house a standard-length video card, a liquid-cooled factory-overclocked CPU from AMD or Intel, and seven storage devices. Measuring 28.6×27.3×33 cm (11.25×10.75×13 inches), the Origin Cube PC chassis features three compartments. One to house a Mini-ITX motherboard with an installed CPU and graphics card, one for a radiator of an liquid cooling solution and with seven storage devices, and a third for a PSU (probably featuring an SFX form-factor). The case is compatible with standard-length graphics cards, has three 2.5-inch hot-swappable bays for HDDs or SSDs, and four more bays for storage devices (the manufacturer does not disclose whether these are 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch bays...
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