Origin has multiple high-end computers up for sale, but it decided it was time for another one, so it put together the EON17-X3D, a mobile PC powered by Intel's X79 chipset.
The notebook that the company has created relies on a second-generation six-core central processing unit to bear the brunt of computing workloads.
That is to say, a Sandy Bridge Core i7 CPU handles everything from its seat of power, the X79 chipset.
Nevertheless, the CPU cannot do anything alone, so Origin made sure to back it up by up to 16GB 1866MHz Corsair Vengeance Quad Channel Memory or up to 32GB 1333MHz Corsair Quad Channel Memory.
Meanwhile, one or more video cards cover the graphics side of the equation, the strongest option being the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580M in dual-GPU SLI configuration (two cards, in other words).
"ORIGIN PC continues to lead the industry by being the first to offer a 3D laptop with dual overclocked graphics cards in SLI." said Kevin Wasielewski ORIGIN PC CEO and co-founder.
"The ORIGIN EON17-X3D is the ultimate mobile 3D experience. Whether you are at home or on the road, you will forget where you are and become immersed in the world of 3D."
Needless to say, this would not be a hardcore system without a suitably epic capacity of storage, so Origin let the hounds loose there too.
Though there are various, tamer possibilities, people with cash to waste can go for three hard disk drive units of up to 1TB each.
One can even choose to completely skip on the optical drive and add a fourth HDD if they really can't leave home without their entire game, music and video collection.
The other features are what prospective buyers might expect from a top-tier, 3D gaming beast: an LED-backlit customizable keyboard (three lighting zones and seven colors), a native resolution of 1,920 x 1.080 pixels for the LCD and, of course, the built-in 3D emitter.
The starting price of the EON17-X3D
is of $3,032 / 2,292 Euro (includes the glasses) but, obviously, going for the top in every category will cause the tag to skyrocket.