A Gaming PC for your 72″ 8K TV. The Origin is a major upgrade for those wanting more than the Slim. Buy Now Too Expensive? System Information …and why we chose each component. Intel Core i5-12600KF Don’t think poorly of this because it’s an i5, This thing rips through gaming workloads for a very nice price. It also is overclockable for those who want to tinker.(10c/16t @ 3.7GHz to 4.9GHz) AMD RX 6700XT The RX 6700XT from ASRock stands at a very good price to performance. Also coming with 12GB of VRAM, it can handle large textures and higher resolutions.(12GB & 2.3GHz to 2.5GHz) Corsair 16GB @ 3600 MT/s Nowadays, 16GB is the sweet spot for gaming, that’s why we picked up this 2x8GB kit from Corsair (Vengeance LPX). We opted for 3600 MT/s as it’s an excellent speed.(2x8GB @ 3600MHz CL18) Crucial 2TB NVMe This is a speedy little M.2 NVMe SSD from Crucial. We include a massive 2TB to hold your entire gaming library.Note: There is only one M.2 slot on this motherboard.(Read: 2.3GB/s | Write: 1GB/s) EVGA SuperNOVA 650W EVGA is an 80+ certified manufacturer, and 650W is a good spot for most gaming components. Selectable option for up to 850W.(850W 80+ Gold, Modular, SFX) Intel WiFi 5 + Bluetooth Onboard internet and Bluetooth connectivity was a must for us, especially for connecting controllers. It also has a 1Gbps RJ-45 port for the folks with Ethernet.(Intel 802.11ac WiFi & Bluetooth) The Numbers Here are some framerate benchmarks we pulled.1080p Ultra Preset, FSR Disabled, Benchmark Mode.(Percentages of 120FPS) Dirt 592% Grand Theft Auto V100% Cyberpunk 207772% Red Dead Redemption 283% Fortnite: Battle Royale100% Watch Dogs: Legion80% Like what you see?Ready to buy? Buy Now Reiciendis et rerum ut voluptate. Omnis molestiae nemo est. Ut quis enim rerum quia assumenda repudiandae non cumque qui.