Origin PC's Millennium and Genesis Cases, the Most Customizable Cases on the Market

It’s Friday night, you have a gorgeous date to prepare for, and you’ve spent hours getting ready for it. Then right before you leave you realize you could have done a better job with your color combination, and suddenly, it’s back to square one. You go through the same process when you start building a gaming PC.[blockquote cite=”Origin PC”]We believe we have the strongest, most robust midtower case on the market.[/blockquote]
You think about all the cool specs such as Hard drives, RAM, the decision between a SDD or HDD, monitor sizes, and all the different peripherals, and most importantly, the case it’s all going to sit in. Origin PC’s Millennium (mid-tower) and Genesis (full-tower) cases makes it so you don’t have to worry about any of this.

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Origin PC has made it easy for you to show off your custom-built gaming PC in all its splendor with their new, 100% customizable, Millennium and Genesis cases, which feature a revolutionary engineering from the ground up. The full tower Genesis case comes equipped with bottom module sections in which you can store up to 25 2.5” or 12 3.5” hard drives, or if you are a gaming fanatic who likes to keep your rig running cool as ice, you can store two huge liquid-cooled cooling reservoirs.

[blockquote cite=”Origin PC”]We just needed a case that does it all.[/blockquote]

The main body of both cases allow you to stow your components in any orientation besides the traditional ATX format. You can also flip sides of the cases 180° from right to left, allowing you to house either case on the left or right side of your table while still showing off Origin PC’s high quality attention to detail when it comes to cable management and cooling layouts.

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The front of both cases contain a cable-free, dual-hinge front door panel, so you can choose which way the panel swings out without having to worry about pinching the cables which light up Origin PC’s logo or the I/O on top. The front of the cases gives you quick access to the 5 hot swappable bays. Don’t worry though because your systems OS drive in secured safely within the case so you cannot accidentally pull it out and lose all of your precious data, a new system the company implemented after learning from the flawed design of previous cases.

Aesthetically, the lighting of the case can be controlled via remote to practically any color, as well as a number of lighting transitions. You’ve also got a built-in Smart Fan controller on the top of the case which allows you to bypass the motherboard and manually cool your system. As a safety precaution, your fans will never spin below 30% to avoid overheating the system.

Size and weight-wise these cases are close running mates to Corsair and Antec. My first impression of this case was a remark at the sturdy construction, it was obvious Origin PC used the highest quality of materials. There is a ton of space within either case for every possible configuration of components. Origin PC wanted to make sure that this quality reached you without any issues, so they ship these machines in wood creates to make sure Joe the post man doesn’t accidental destroy your precious cargo.

In the end, its the little things that count. Origin PC has proved this motto time and time again. It is one thing to read a press release, but take it from me, a tech fanatic, the Millennium and Genesis cases are the next gen of computer gases.

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