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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Origin EON17-S gaming laptop overclocks to 4.5GHz

(Credit: Origin)

Yesterday, Miami-based Origin PC announced that it would be taking orders for its most powerful laptop, the EON17-S. For those hunting for the perfect laptop to game on without fear of it melting, the EON17-S might be the rig for you.

The EON17-S notebook sports a Sandy Bridge Intel Core i7 processor and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 485M, the fastest notebook graphics card in the market. And if that isn't good enough, let the people at Origin overclock your system up to speeds of 4.5GHz (with Turbo Boost) for you.

While some might be worried about possible heat issues that come with increased power, Origin engineers were able to increase the speed of the laptop's processor without affecting the system. All this is done thanks to Turbo Boost technology.

The EON17-S features:

  • 17.3 Full HD Widescreen, LED Backlit, 16.9, 1920 x 1080 (1080p)
  • 2nd Generation Intel Core i5 or i7 Processors
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M 1.5GB or GTX485M 2GB
  • Bluray burner & reader, Hybrid and SSD drive with RAID options
  • HDMI Out; Optical Digital Out, up to 7.1 HD Audio with THX TruStudio support
  • Built-In TVtuner support
  • Built-in USB 3.0 & E-SATA ports
  • The price for this gaming laptop will start at US$1,759. By adding some fancy high-end components such as a 512GB solid state drive or 32GB of RAM however, the price can easily go over US$12,000. You can order one right now at Origin's website and expect your new toy to arrive at your doorstep around mid-May.

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