[CES 2014] ORIGIN PC has a couple of new desktop computer cases for the masses as CES 2014 kicks off with aplomb – offering the all new GENESIS and MILLENNIUM desktop cases which are said to redefine custom high-performance PCs thanks to its aggressive industrial design alongside an exclusive patent pending feature that is known as Variable Mounting. Variable Mounting happens to be a breakthrough feature which will enable the motherboard to be mounted in a quartet of various orientations: Standard ATX, Inverted ATX, 90 degrees or Inverted 90 degrees, where all of them will be within a single desktop chassis design, now how about that for creativity?Thanks to Variable Mounting, one is now able to select from the orientation which will be able to best fit one’s needs for the most efficient airflow, as well as to admire the look of your internal components if you have thrown in a sizable investment for those parts. If you want to air cool your graphics cards in the optimal manner, then the 90 degree or Inverted 90 degrees motherboard orientations will work best. Apart from that, you can also opt to convert from a MILLENNIUM (Mid-Tower) to a GENESIS (Full-Tower) through the simple act of installing an optional bottom full-tower expansion kit so that you can stash extra dual 360mm radiators or up to 12 (3.5”) or 24 (2.5”) storage drives.
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