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Origin has actually made a brand-new, restricted edition PC that has the guts of a brand-new design however the face of an ancient 1990s machine, total with a phony floppy drive. In case you desire some fond memories while you await Red Dead Redemption to load, maybe.
The RestoMod has a custom-made Corsair 4000D case, and the basic development has 16GB of memory, a 2.9 GHz Core i5 processor, 250GB of storage, and a 6GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics card, for $2,080. The RetroMod can be tailored as preferred, Origin states, however, they have actually just made 50 of them, so products are restricted.
The front face of the machine is where you’ll get the old-school feel, Origin states:
“By using a custom HD UV print on the steel front panel, the RestoMod PC features a custom design inspired by PCs from the 1990s. The buttons and drives are just for looks, but you can always pretend that the Turbo button gives you that extra boost in performance. To complete the look, the RestoMod PC chassis has been painted in a matching beige color to accentuate how cases back in the day preferred simplicity over color.”
If you discover the beige synthetic face of the RetroMod reassuring, head over to Origin’s site to configure your brand-new, however old, PC.
It’s a little frustrating that the Turbo button isn’t practical in some way, however, this PC is everything about its image: old and sorta dingy. Naturally, for a restricted run of just 50 machines, it looks like Origin might have sourced some real retro parts, like old disc drives, instead of what’s basically an enjoyable, however cosmetic paint task.