Custom-computer manufacturing company <em>Origin PC<\/em> celebrated their 10th anniversary with the launch of a super gaming tower called the <em>Origin PC Big O 2.0<\/em>. This is not the first time the company surprised the industry with a console combination build. The Big O 2.0 is a tribute to the original 2009 release, the <em>Origin PC Big O<\/em> which combined a <em>gaming PC<\/em> and an <em>Xbox 360<\/em> only.\r\n\r\n"2019 edition of the Big O combines the Xbox One X, a PS4 Pro, a Nintendo Switch and a high-end gaming PC into our flagship Genesis desktop chassis. The Big O is a testament to a hard work and creativity when it comes to PC building," the company stated in a move that has been dubbed as <em>''the end of console wars.' <\/em>Everyone knows how splendid the Xbox One X, PS4 Pro, and Nintendo are when it comes to gaming performance.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/ORIGINPC\/status\/1152692233096847360\r\n\r\n<em>Xbox One X<\/em> is the latest console from Microsoft though 'Project Scarlett,' the next Xbox, has already been announced.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand, <em>PS4 Pro<\/em> is the best you can get from Sony, which has also confirmed PlayStation5. Considering the two releases are Next-Gen consoles, the Big O 2.0 should remain a blockbuster for the next three to four years.\r\n\r\nThe <em>Nintendo<\/em> <em>Switch<\/em> is detachable and fits into a dock on the chassis. It is concealed by a hinged cover. Even though the <em>Switch Lite<\/em> is here, the Original Nintendo Switch still rocks!\r\n\r\nThe remaining area of interest is the <em>gaming PC configuration<\/em>, and the Florida-based company didn't disappoint. Origin PC revealed that the unit boasts an Intel Core i9-9900K processor and an Nvidia Titan RTX GPU which are also the latest from Intel and NVIDIA. The two are backed up by a 64GB Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB RAM. The components are all mounted on an MSI MEG Z390 GODLIKE CPU motherboard.\r\n\r\nThe PC is <em>liquid-cooled<\/em>, and so is the Xbox and PlayStation in a <em>color-coded layout<\/em>. Of course, the panel is clear so you can see all the components and the RGB lighting too. The unit comes with an <em>HDMI switcher<\/em> to allow for easy display swapping. The <em>built-in 4K video capture cards<\/em>, on the other hand, enable 4K recording and streaming.\r\n\r\nGuessing the price of this gaming monster would be such a tall order. Unfortunately, you won't be seeing the <em>Origin PC Big O 2.0<\/em> on the shelves. But the company boasts a range of custom gaming rigs including Origin PC Chronos, Neuron, Millennium, and Genesis.