HP says the new OMEN X Desktop has been designed to deliver "bold innovation" to the gaming space, touting its customizability, upgradability, and monsterous spec options.
The OMEN X Desktop supports space for two GPUs, whether you're choosing AMD Radeon RX 580 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. All-around edge vents and liquid cooling options ensure you can overclock without setting your PC on fire.
The new OMEN X Desktop sports the latest 7th generation Intel CPUs, with both i5 and i7 options. There are also AMD Ryzen CPUs options if you're part of team red.
There are various configurations available, starting with an 8GB DDR4 RAM, AMD Ryzen, GTX 1060 option for $899. All the way to an Core i7 with 16GB RAM, and a GTX 1080Ti for $2199. There are also various tweaks you can make to the disk storage, whether you want HDD and SSD combined or just SSD. There are also liquid cooling options if you want to get seriously hardcore.
Most hardcore PC gamers will tell you to build yourself a custom PC for much cheaper, but if you can't be bothered to deal with the hassle, HP's OMEN X Desktop will likely be a good option, but if you want to know for sure, stay tuned for our review.
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