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Upgrading to new PC, leaning towards Origin PC

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I know most people say build your own and I am up for suggestions and all that but I really woudln't mind getting a really nice PC professionally built with a good warranty and no headaches of trying to put it all together myself. My current PC is still quite good but I have minor issues with it constantly and I have someone interested in buying it from me and i'd been thinking of upgrading anyways. So I basically have a budget of $7000. My current PC is this. I do a ton of gaming @1440P with 144hz on an IPS panel so it needs to be quite beefy to keep a nice high fps with high settings. I also stream my games so I have a second monitor that I use to monitor chat or to just watch streams while I play. Origin PC seems like they make really nice computers but I am not sure what's fluff and what stuff isn't much of an upgrade etc...  

  • CPU = Intel i7 4770 k
  • Ram = DDR3 16 Gig of ram
  • Mobo = Sabertooth Z87
  • CD/RW
  • HDD/SDD = Kingston 256gb SSD
  • Secondary HDD = 2 TB HDD
  • GPU = 980 SC Edition in SLI
  • GPU#2 = 980 SC Edition in SLI
  • Soundcard = Sound Blaster Z PCIe
  • Case = Coolermaster HAF X
Here is the Origin PC I am thinking about, I mean if I can save some money on ram that is just as good as what I picked but cheaper and stuff like that please let me know. GENESIS * * DetailsOrientation: Standard ATXStandard Color: White Current Special Offers: Hard Work Pays Off! (Must select SSD below) The ORIGIN Difference: ORIGIN PC Genesis - The Best Gaming Experience Guaranteed Variable Mounting: Standard Case Lighting: Remote Controlled Multi-Colored LED Case Fans: ORIGIN High-Performance Ultra Silent Fans - Black Motherboard: ASUS Rampage V Extreme/USB 3.1 System Cooling: ORIGIN CRYOGENIC Stage III Liquid Cooling (For Standard/Inverted Configurations) CRYOGENIC Tubing Color: Clear CRYOGENIC Liquid: Koolance Performance Coolant - Red Processors: Intel Extreme Core i7 5960X Octa-Core 3.0GHz (3.5GHz TurboBoost) ORIGIN Professional Processor Overclocking: ORIGIN Professional Processor Overclocking Thermal Compound: GELID GC-Extreme CPU Application Power Supply: 1.5 Kilowatt Corsair AX1500i Power Supply Sleeved Cable Color: Black Individually Sleeved Cables Graphic Cards: Dual ORIGIN CRYOGENIC EVGA Hydro Copper Liquid Cooled 6GB NVIDIA GTX 980Ti ORIGIN Professional Graphics Card Overclocking: ORIGIN PC Professional Graphics Card Overclocking Memory: 16GB ORIGIN PC DDR4 Powered by Kingston 2666MHz (2 X 8GB) Operating System: MS Windows 10 Home Operating System Drive #1 (Primary): *FREE Upgrade to a 240GB ORIGIN PC Approved Solid State Drive Operating System Drive #2: 1TB Samsung 850 Pro Series Hot Swap Bay Drive #1: *FREE 1TB Seagate Solid State Hybrid Drive Hard Drive Cage: 5 Bay Hot-Swap Cage Optical Drive One: 12X Blu-ray Reader and DVD Combo Lower Unit: Cryogenic Cooling Support Audio: On Board High Definition 8-Channel Audio Networking: Onboard Network Port ORIGIN Maximum Protection Shipping Process: ORIGIN Wooden Crate Armor Warranty: Lifetime 24/7 U.S. Based Support and Lifetime Free Labor. 3 Year Part Replacement & Free Shipping Warranty ORIGIN Recovery: ORIGIN Recovery USB3.0 Flash Drive Evolve Part Upgrade Service: 3 Year Evolve Part Upgrade Service with Free Shipping

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