Well, this ought to be the craziest custom gaming PC built ever. It had to be. I mean, seriously, it is a gaming PC rocking top-of-the-line NVIDIA RTX Titan GPU and it is also PS4 Pro, a Xbox One X, and a Nintendo Switch. We are not even making this up. This thing is very real and it is called Big O 2.0 custom built by PC maker, Origin PC. Like, who else would do that, right?

Origin PC Big O 2.0 All-In-One Gaming Rig

Housed inside the Origin Genesis case are four gaming systems intricately laid out and water cooled, complete with color-coding for that extra aesthetic touch. It even has a custom slot for docking the Nintendo Switch, plus HDMI switcher is thoughtfully incorporated into it so that you will only need an HDMI out. No plugging and unplugging when switching between the different platforms. Sweet.

Given it has all the popular gaming platforms in one rig, Big O 2.0 is indeed a dream gaming rig. Now, whoever say you can’t have the best of all worlds. Right. You can’t. Because, this appeared to be a one-off built. We highly doubt that you could have it even if you have all the money in the world because, it will never be sanctioned by any of the company who had their hardware in it. Not Microsoft, not Sony and certainly not Nintendo. If it can’t get the seal of approval by those companies, it means it can’t be sold by any legit company.

Origin PC Big O 2.0 All-In-One Gaming Rig

While so, I have to admit, it is nice to know it could be done and just thinking about it is making me wet. Here’s a rundown of the specs:

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Motherboard: MSI MEG Z390 GODLIKE
CPU: Intel Core i9-9900K
GPU: NVIDIA Titan RTX
RAM: 64 GB Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB (4x 16 GB)
OS Drive: 2x 2 TB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe
Storage Drive: 14 TB Seagate BarraCuda
OS: Windows 10

Continue reading to check out a hands on by Unbox Therapy. Trust me. You will want to watch it and after you are done watching, you may have change your pants. Man, this is absolutely bonkers.

Images and source: YouTube (Unbox Therapy).

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