Origin has made a brand new, restricted version PC that has the center of a brand new mannequin however the face of an historical Nineteen Nineties machine, full with a pretend floppy drive. In case you need some nostalgia when you await Purple Lifeless Redemption to load, maybe.
The RestoMod has a customized Corsair 4000D case, and the standard build has 16GB of reminiscence, 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 might be personalized as desired, Origin says, however they’ve solely made 50 of them, so provides are restricted.
The entrance face of the machine is the place you’ll get the old-school really feel, Origin says:
By utilizing a customized HD UV print on the metal entrance panel, the RestoMod PC incorporates a customized design impressed by PCs from the Nineteen Nineties. The buttons and drives are only for appears, however you may at all times faux that the Turbo button provides you that additional enhance in efficiency. To finish the look, the RestoMod PC chassis has been painted in an identical beige colour to intensify how circumstances again within the day most popular simplicity over colour.
It’s a little bit disappointing that the Turbo button isn’t practical by some means, however this PC is all about its picture: previous and sorta dingy. After all, for a restricted run of solely 50 machines it looks like Origin might have sourced some precise retro elements, like previous disc drives, fairly than what’s basically a enjoyable, however beauty paint job.
In the event you discover the beige fake face of the RetroMod comforting, head over to Origin’s website to configure your new, however previous, PC.