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A new Milennium

4-way motherboard

Milennium inside

Milennium removable cover

Front door

Make it Genesis

Top ports

Textured panels

Handmade

A new Omni

Omni inside

A bigger Chronos

A new design option is laser etching of the (also new) tempered-glass doors.

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Origin PC will etch the metal panels and they can be surprisingly detailed.

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Origin PC made several refinements to the design of its Genesis gaming desktop to make it easier to upgrade the components, such as thumbscrews for the slots and magnetic attachments for covers and the doors.

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Origin PC proudly showed off its newly awarded patent certificate for the design of its motherboard cage, which you can insert in one of four different orientations within the chassis.

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This just looks really cool.

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When configured with the motherboard backplane connections facing up, this cover makes it look much neater while allowing for ventilation.The systems are built with stronger plastics.

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Origin PC has switched from plastic to aluminum for the front door of the system.

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Need more storage? A bottom addition, which you can fill to the brim with hard drives or supplemental cooling, turns the Millennium into the Genesis. The pro/workstation systems, which used to be the Genesis Pro line have been promoted to their own "L-Class" line.

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A new sliding cover hides the top ports -- which includes a new USB-C connection -- when they're not in use.

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Textured printed surfaces are another new option. (Editor with mouth agape sold separately.)

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The cooling tubes are measured and cut by hand, then heated and bent to fit.

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The Omni all-in-one has a new chassis that looks a lot sleeker.

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A smaller motherboard leaves more space to maneuver than before.

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The Chronos compact desktop model now comes in a medium size with more expandability in addition to the baby.

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