Origin PC Big O V3: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch OLED, RTX 3090, and Ryzen 9 5950X all integrated into one ultimate gaming machine
The popular YouTube channel Unbox Therapy has been showing off arguably the craziest custom PC many gamers will ever see. The incredible Big O V3 device comes courtesy of Origin PC with help from fellow Corsair Gaming subsidiaries such as Elgato and SCUF Gaming. The monstrous machine comes in a huge crate, which requires a lot of work from channel host Lewis Hilsenteger to actually get the thing into an unboxed state. As well as the main system itself, the package comes with four gaming monitors (Corsair Xeneon - 165 Hz), streaming equipment (deck, lights, microphone, headphones), and at least five separate game controllers.
The exact Origin PC Big O V3 specifications are considerable (see screenshots below) but there are definitely some highlights that are obvious to pick out. For starters, there is a liquid-cooled PlayStation 5 with an additional 1 TB Corsair MP600 secondary drive, and there is also a liquid-cooled Xbox Series X placed neatly alongside its current-gen console competitor. The cooling pipes are illuminated in related colors – so green for the Microsoft part, blue for the components from Sony, and red for the gaming PC section. This latter part is far from being a slouch despite its powerful console neighbors, as it has an RTX 3090 and Ryzen 9 5950X at its heart, which are contained by an Asus X570 ROG Crosshair VIII Hero WiFi motherboard supported by 128 GB RAM (RGB-type, of course).
As if this insane Big O V3 gaming machine couldn’t get more astonishing, it’s also revealed in the video that the system incorporates a secondary PC for streaming duties. While the tech specs from Origin state a Ryzen 9 5950X is in here too, this is likely a typo as Hilsenteger actually mentions that it is an AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 5750G running the streaming show with the aid of an Elgato Game Capture 4K60 Pro card. Arguably the cherry on top of all this madness is the presence of the Nintendo Switch OLED console in a custom dock at the front that is surrounded by RGB fans. All this gaming power is connected in such a manner that all or one of the systems can be run at any time, thanks to the impressive craftsmanship and expertise of the Origin PC builders involved.
There is no price tag for the Big O V3 as it is a one-off and therefore priceless, at least to gamers and PC builders. With a Corsair AX1600i ATX Titanium PSU (1,600 W) and a Corsair SFX PSU (750 W) integrated into the machine, there should be enough juice available to operate three consoles and two PCs along with the hardcore cooling system. The video from Unbox Therapy also shows the Big O V3 in gaming action, just to prove that it’s more than an amalgamation of bright flashy lights and probably quite a lot of noise. Origin PC has created the ultimate gaming machine that should satisfy those curious enough to wonder what it would be like to have a PS5, XSX, Switch OLED, and RTX 3090 all in one fantastic build.