They create a PC that combines PS5, Xbox Series X and Nintendo Switch OLED

There are many gamers who, in addition to a PC, have one or more consoles. And, of course, the dream of many of these gamers would be to be able to have it all on the same device, right? Equipment manufacturer Origin PC has made it a reality with the Origin PC Big O V3a PC that integrates inside a PlayStation 5a Xbox Series X and one Nintendo Switch OLED (plus not one but two PCs) all on the same system.

Before anyone gets their hopes up, we have to tell you that this “Frankenstein” is not something that is going to be put up for sale at a crazy price, but rather it is simply a personalized system that they have created for the Unbox YouTube channel. Therapy. All in all, it is still interesting as well as curious to see, so we are going to explain how they have done it.

Origin PC Big O V3: three consoles and a PC, all in one

There is no doubt that Full Tower boxes for PC have a lot of space that is usually wasted. For this system they have combined three consoles and two PCs with a single power and cooling system, so of course and as you may already guess, the consoles have also been integrated into a custom liquid cooling circuit.

Origin PC Big O V3

As you can see in the diagram above, in this Origin PC Big O V3 they have taken full advantage of the space offered by a box like the CORSAIR Obsidian 1000D to accommodate three consoles and two PCs inside. The first PC has a format standard, with ATX plate and is based on a AMD Ryzen 9 5950Xalong with 128 GB of DDR4 RAM and a whole GeForce RTX 3090so you will already guess that it is a PC designed to play.

The second PC is located below the first, and has a mini ITX format. It is also made up of an AMD Ryzen 9 5950X processor but in this case it only has 32 GB of RAM and does not have a dedicated graphics card, since this secondary PC has the sole function of acting as a streaming server, to process and retransmit the recordings made on the main PC or on the consoles.

Finally, on the right side we have a Xbox Series X and one PlayStation 5 (both in their version only Digital, without disc), both with custom liquid cooling, leaving the Nintendo Switch OLED placed on the front to have better access to it (for example, to change the game cartridge). Obviously, it is not designed to play directly on the Switch, but to be able to broadcast the games and play with a controller and connected to an external screen.

Of course, the system has been the most curious (and above all useful for a person who is professionally dedicated to streaming), although it is true that although its price is not mentioned anywhere, it would most likely have a cost at reach of very few people, even though it is the dream of many users.

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