If you’re nostalgic for the days when a new PC game from a real-life store hit a pile of floppy disks, boutique manufacturer Origin has the machine for you. The new “Resto-Mod”
The case itself is the Corsair 4000D, a fairly typical ATX box with that front design printed directly onto a steel panel. Inside is a modern PC, customized with all the usual parts offered by Origin’s builders, including the latest Intel or AMD processors, AMD or NVIDIA graphics, expanded fans and coolers, overly indulgent RAM and storage options – the to work. And despite the old-fashioned look and beige color of the PC case, the side is tempered glass, allowing spectators to see its guts if they doubt its true power.
Origin says it only builds 50 of these custom Resto-Mod machines, and then the design is gone forever. (Maybe. I feel that if there is enough positive feedback, something similar could return.) You can configure the computer to your heart’s content at the company’s online store: the cheapest Core i5 model starts at “just” $ 2072, with the most ridiculous, maxed-out hardware build coming in at nearly nine grand.
Source: Origin PC via PC Mag