DOES. NOT. COM­PUTE

WHAT WOULD YOU PAY TO GET ONE OF THE FASTEST GAM­ING PCS AROUND? $2K, PER­HAPS $4K? HOW ABOUT $36K? THAT’S WHAT YOU’LL FORK OUT FOR THE MAD-AS-A-BOX-OF-FROGS 8PACK ORIONX

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TWO FOR THE PRICE OF… If you’re se­ri­ous about your pro­cess­ing power, you don’t do things by half, and this PC doesn’t – it does it by dou­ble. In­side the gam­ing go­liath are

two whole PCs, which goes to­wards ex­plain­ing its mam­moth size (and price).

JEKYLL AND HYDE

This ma­chine is built for those who seek cre­ative pas­tures by day and gam­ing plea­sures by night, with a work­sta­tion-spec pri­mary sys­tem and a gam­ing-spec sec­ondary sys­tem. Both are juiced by a mega 2000W PSU.

CHILL OUT

Typ­i­cally, this kind of grunt would re­sult in a flam­ing mess, but the OrionX has been soothed with liq­uid; sep­a­rate cool­ing loops keep CPU and GPU from get­ting hot and both­ered.

CLOCKED IT

The OrionX houses two beastly pro­ces­sors – a Core i7 6950X and Core i7 7700K – rock­ing break­neck speeds of 4.4GHz and 5.1GHz, giv­ing you mon­u­men­tal power for any task.

SEE­ING DOU­BLE

No or­di­nary spec and no or­di­nary look ei­ther – the OrionX has a trans­par­ent side to its case, al­low­ing you to gawp at its many multi-coloured liq­uid-cooled tiers. PC GONE MAD Feel­ing flush and ab­so­lutely must have two colos­sal PCs stuffed in­side one case? You can get it now for $36,005 (gen­er­ously, that in­cludes ship­ping) from over­clock­ers.co.uk.

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