Boutique system builder Origin PC yesterday announced the availability of Nvidia's mighty GeForce GTX Titan Z inside its Chronos line of small form factor and micro tower PCs, which the company is promoting as the world's smallest 4K gaming system. We had to take a look for ourselves, so Online Managing Editor Jimmy Thang made his way to Origin PC's booth at E3 for a video interview. Take a look.
Thang caught up with Origin PC CEO and co-founder Kevin Wasielewski, who was clearly excited about the accomplishment of fitting a Titan Z inside such a small chassis (Silverstone RV201). Wasielewski says the console-like chassis can sit either vertically, as shown in the video, or on its side (horizontally).
"It's perfect for your living room, it's perfect for your desk or dorm room, or whatever," Wasielewski says.
Configured with a Titan Z, pricing starts at around $4,000 (or around $1,700 without a Titan Z) and includes an Intel foundation and 600W Silverstone power supply.
If you want to purchase (or windows shop) a Chronos system with Titan Z, just head over to its product page on Origin PC's website. Also, be sure to check out the photo gallery below.