Have an undivided passion for PC and console gaming? Can your savings account back it up? Great! Feast your eyes on "The Big O" -- a hybrid Xbox 360 dream machine. Starting at $7,669, Origin's gaming monstrosity is outfitted with a Core i7 930 overclocked to 4.0GHz, an Asus Rampage III Extreme motherboard, 6GB of 1600MHz Corsair RAM, SLI'ed Nvidia GTX 480s, dual 50GB Vertex 2 SSDs in RAID 0, a 2TB WD Caviar Black for storage, a 1500W PSU, and other luxury hardware.
All of that shares a doublewide chassis with a liquid-cooled Xbox 360. Things get even crazier (read: more expensive). For $17,000, the company is selling an entirely liquid-cooled model with twin Xeon X5680 processors overclocked at 4.3GHz, an EVGA SR2 mobo, 12GB of 2000MHz RAM, quad-SLI GTX 480s, quad-RAID SSDs, dual 2TB storage, two 1050W Enermax PSUs, and the Xbox 360. The more expensive package also has a lengthier three-year warranty, but both have lifetime tech support.
The Big O is obviously limited to folks with "more money than sense," but the rest of us can still admire it from afar.