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Founded Year

2009

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About Origin PC

Origin PC is a custom personal computer manufacturer and distributor that assembles third party components to create high performance gaming desktops and laptops.

Origin PC Headquarter Location

12400 SW 134 Court Ste #8

Miami, Florida, 33186,

United States

305-971-1000

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1/28/2013

12/29/2015

Industrial designers, USB, Ethernet, Computer connectors, Telephone connectors

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Application Date

1/28/2013

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12/29/2015

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Industrial designers, USB, Ethernet, Computer connectors, Telephone connectors

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Latest Origin PC News

Origin 5000T Millennium Gaming PC Review: Monster Case, Monster Performance

Mar 21, 2022

Credit: Origin PC Corsair recently released its 5000T gaming PC chassis to favorable reviews , so it’s only fitting that subsidiary company Origin is now selling pre-built systems that utilize the shiny new case. Origin’s team recently sent over a beast of a unit for testing, valued at a whopping $5,484, and it’s filled with all the cutting edge tech you’d expect for such an astronomical asking price: CPU: Intel Core i9-12900K 16-Cores 3.2GHz (5.2GHz TurboBoost) Motherboard: MSI MPG Z690 FORCE WiFi DDR5 GPU: NVIDIA 24GB GeForce RTX 3090 Memory: 32GB CORSAIR DOMINATOR PLATINUM RGB DDR5 (2x16GB) DDR5 4800MHz Cooling: CORSAIR iCUE H150i Elite w/LCD Pump Cover Fans: CORSAIR SP120 Elite Performance iCUE RGB controlled by iCUE software Primary Drive: CORSAIR 1TB MP600 CORE Gen4 Storage Drive: 2TB Samsung 870 QVO Series PSU: CORSAIR 850X RMX SERIES PLUS GOLD 5000T Millennium Case and Aesthetics Let’s talk chassis first. It’s quite a departure from the last Corsair-related system I covered, the sleek i300 , which fit snugly in the SFF market with its miniature Xbox Series X-esque stature. The 5000T takes a decidedly non-SFF turn with a much larger footprint and more ostentatious presentation. Corsair and Origin are marketing this rig as a mid-tower, but after breaking it out of the literal box crate they sent it in, I have some opinions. The shipping crate with the PC inside weighed in at 79 pounds, and once I got the 5000T out of its wooden sarcophagus and saw how imposing it truly was, I came to the conclusion that it was more of a mid-tower... plus? MORE FOR YOU The 5000T is noticeably bigger than, say, any of NZXT’s mid-tower offerings. This means that there’s plenty of room for components and airflow, all of which (including the case itself) boast RGB that is controllable through Corsair’s iCue software. Also customizable is the LCD screen on the H150i Elite AIO, where you can display everything from system temperatures to the latest dank meme. You can also get the 5000T in white. Credit: Origin PC Cooling Here’s some honestly about cooling: There are lots of fans (10 in total, not counting those on the GPU) on this system and these fans were loud upon first boot-up. Or rather, they were too reactive/sensitive to whatever was happening with the CPU and GPU. Even on the ‘quiet’ iCue preset, the curves were ridiculously aggressive. I didn’t dare move the options to ‘balanced’ or ‘extreme’ for fear that the machine would somehow take flight. Any time the CPU or GPU did literally anything, the whole system ramped up like a jet engine and just as quickly fell back into silence. The good news is that I was able to work with the Origin/Corsair team to address this issue, which seemed to be a problem with the fan controller and how it was communicating with the CPU. After a couple simple changes, the fans began behaving normally. I’m hoping they can incorporate this fix into iCue in the coming weeks or months. Because let’s face it — most people buying a pre-built aren’t going to want to mess with minutiae like this. Temperatures on this Millenium rig in general have been quite solid. The CPU has been idling around 35C and peaking at around 91C under full synthetic load, and this was with the ‘balanced’ fan curve selected. A couple more degrees were typically added if I kept the machine at ‘quiet’. Comparatively, the GPU sat idle at around 29C and reached around 66C during various synthetic stress tests. While gaming, that peak temperature was considerably lower, even in 4K at max graphics settings. Access, I/O, Storage and Memory The insides of the case can be accessed through either the tempered glass side panel or the opposite solid aluminum panel, both of which are hinged and popped into place rather than magnetically held. The same goes for the top panel housing the I/O and top dust filter. I would have much preferred a magnetic solution, as pulling and pushing the panels feels clumsy and inelegant, requiring too much force to operate. At least the front dust filter and panel are magnetic, so they come off easily. On that note, front I/O was a pleasant surprise. The 5000T has more ports than I’m used to seeing on mid-towers, featuring a luxurious four separate USB 3.0 inputs, a USB-C port and a combo headphone/microphone jack. It borders on USB hub territory, something I very much appreciate. Storage is simply adequate. You’ve got a 1TB NVMe SSD on the motherboard, which I filled up with games in about ten seconds. At least Origin included a 2TB SATA HDD for dumping photos, videos or games you don’t play as often. Speed test for the OS NVMe SSD. Credit: CrystalDiskMark The 32GB of 4800MHz Dominator Platinum RAM (or Dom Plats, if you’re cool like that) is more than enough memory horsepower to play just about any modern game with a couple dozen Chrome tabs open. I would have preferred higher speeds here, though, since DDR5 is now reaching into the 6000MHz realm. DDR5 is still hard to come by for reasonable prices, so I can’t complain too much, though. Gaming Performance Predictably, having an RTX 3090 paired with Intel’s top-of-the-line i9-12900K, this machine effortlessly pumps out insane visuals in all the latest games. Elden Ring was the only straggler, probably because it’s a console port and predictably locked at a (for now) immovable 60 FPS: Forza Horizon 5: 4K, Extreme, AVG FPS 68, MIN FPS 57 Elden Ring: 4K, Maximum, AVG FPS 60, MIN FPS 60 Cyberpunk 2077: 4K, Ray Tracing Ultra, AVG FPS 63, MIN FPS 52 Halo Infinte: 4K, Ultra, AVG FPS 71, MIN FPS 62 New World: 4K, Very High, AVG FPS 86, MIN FPS 71 Far Cry 6: 4K, Ultra, AVG FPS 71, MIN FPS 64 It’s difficult to imagine any gaming content (or creative content, for that matter) that these components wouldn’t be able to handle. With its Alder Lake configuration, plus one of the best graphics cards on the market, you won’t need to upgrade this thing anytime soon. Verdict If you’ve got $5000 to blow on a brand new gaming pre-built system, then you can’t go wrong with Origin’s new Millennium configuration. Personally, I’m a bit more partial to smaller rigs, so the similarly priced i300 makes a slightly better case for such an investment, though at the noticeable drawback of less upgradeability. When it comes to gaming, you’re not going to get much better than this, hands-down. The machine can also double as a solid productivity rig, though you may want to spring for some more powerful (and more abundant) RAM if you go down such a route. That said, I don’t know how you’ll get anything done when games look and play so well here. Disclosure: Origin provided review product for coverage purposes. Follow me on  Twitter .

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