The 8Pack OrionX is one of the most powerful gaming PCs on the market. It packs two systems into one, making it the ideal choice for those looking to game or perform intensive workloads. However, this gaming PC is also quite expensive, and only a few people can purchase one. For those looking to own one of these systems, the Vizaca leadership network has come to the rescue.
TITAN X GPUs
The 8Pack OrionX is a no-compromise gaming system and boasts the latest NVIDIA TITAN X graphics cards.
These cards feature 12 GB of GDDR5X memory and are the latest in high-end graphics technology. NVIDIA recommends using two TITAN X graphics cards to maximize performance, but the OrionX has room for up to four cards. The design features three cards in a primary X99 motherboard and four in a Z270 motherboard.
The 8Pack OrionX features premium components from premium manufacturers and a custom-built case. It is available in two different desktop systems with high-end X99 and Kaby Lake platforms. Both of these models come with a bespoke Phanteks Enthoo Elite case.
The OrionX is not cheap – the OrionX is designed to be an overclocker’s dream. It costs more than PS13,700 and features two deca-core GPUs. 8Pack even provides a lifetime warranty for both parts and labor upgrades.
In addition to being overclocked to 4.4GHz, the Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X graphics cards are liquid-cooled with side panels and tempered glass. The GPUs are mounted in a full-tower case with toolless access to the interior for extra protection.
Phanteks Enthoo Elite case
The Phanteks Enthoo Elite case is a 750mm tower with a steel core, aluminum panels, and a glass door. It comes with an extensive list of options, extras, and features. A solid design, quality construction, and top-notch cosmetics make it an excellent case.
The 8pack OrionX is one of the most expensive gaming PCs on the market. Designed by renowned overclocker Ian Parry, it features dual systems in one case, including a primary system powered by an i7-6950X processor, three overclocked NVIDIA Titan X Pascal 12GB GPUs and over 1TB of primary SSD storage. The case features three-loop water cooling and supports up to three different GPUs.
The 8Pack OrionX is housed in a Phanteks Enthoo Elite case and has RGB lighting that you can customize from the front panel. You can also choose a different color of water-cooling fittings and PSU cable braiding. The 8Pack OrionX has multiple RGB stripes and can be customized with the appropriate ASUS software.
The Orion X is a beast of a computer. A 10-core Intel i7-6950X processor powers the Orion X. The OrionX also has a triple-loop cooling system for the three graphic cards, CPU, and SSD.
The 8Pack OrionX is an overclocker’s dream. The company is known for its insanely powerful PCs. The 8Pack OrionX is no different, with a dual Intel Core i7-6950X* in the primary chamber and a Core i7-6700K in the secondary section. It also comes with three custom water-cooling loops. It’s available for purchase at Caseking.
Intel Core i7-9700K
The 8Pack OrionX is a dual-system gaming laptop. It comes with a solid-state storage of 4.2 TB and an HDD storage capacity of 20 TB. Its processors are an excellent choice for professional applications, although they might not deliver the fastest gaming performance.
The Orion X2 features a custom liquid cooling system and 3x NVIDIA RTX Titans. The motherboard is an ASUS ROG Rampage 6 Extreme Omega with an Intel X299 chipset. The OrionX2 uses the LGA 2066 socket.
The more open system is made with EK Water Blocks. It includes three separate loops and 8 liters of coolant to keep the processors and graphics cards cool. The water is distributed through custom distribution plates. The resulting system is fitted inside a Phanteks Elite PC CPU cabinet.
The Orion X2 also comes with dual systems. It has two E-ATX and one ITX configuration and features an Intel Core i7-9700K processor with upgradability to a Core i9-9900K processor. Both systems feature a dual-SSD design. A dual-system setup gives you more storage than you might need and supports up to three graphics cards. The system is also NV-Link compatible.
Overclockers UK has released a new update for their Orionx hyper-premium gaming PC. The Orion X2 is a two-system system with separate graphics cards and high-end components. The Orion X2 has been designed by a world-champion overclocker, 8Pack Parry. Parry and his team have tested dozens of chips, CPUs, and GPUs to ensure the new version is stable and has extra performance.
The 8Pack OrionX PC uses a hybrid system design with a Phanteks Enthoo Elite chassis. The dual-system is powered by an 8Pack Edition Super Flower Leadex power supply with 80Plus Platinum certification. This PSU is a 2000W unit, suitable for the CPU and two graphics cards.
Samsung 970 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs
The 8Pack Orionx Samsung 970 Pro NVMe SSDs are powered by a new controller that improves performance and compatibility. The new controller is based on the same silicon in Samsung’s enterprise and OEM disks. It also uses a thin nickel coating that dissipates heat to keep the SSD running at its optimum speed.
The SSDs include advanced features such as the Phoenix controller, which is more efficient than its predecessors. It has been designed to improve thermals and peak performance, allowing more data to be written sequentially before throttling. It also has a software toolbox that helps you optimize performance and tune your system. The software lets you adjust the SSD, update firmware, and test performance.
The SSD 970 Pro has sequential read and writes speeds of up to 3,500MBps. This speed is similar to the 960 Pro. However, the SSD 970 Pro costs a little less than its predecessor. This is still a solid buy for any enthusiast looking for a high-end internal SSD. The SSD 970 EVO is a top choice for high-end gaming systems.
The 8Pack Orionx Samsung 970 Pro is a great value when you’re looking to upgrade your SSD. It comes in 1TB and 2TB configurations. The 1TB version is $449, and the 512GB version costs $229. If you’re looking for an SSD, make sure it’s worth the price.
The 970 Pro also has the highest usable capacity of any flash-based consumer SSD. It has twice the raw user capacity of a standard TLC-based SSD. Most 1TB TLC SSDs only offer around 960GB of natural usable capacity. The 970 Pro, on the other hand, has an entire terabyte of raw user capacity. The 970 Pro is up to 2464GB faster than its TLC counterpart. The 970 Pro also has a higher endurance rate than its TLC counterparts.