HP presents the Omen X Desktop gaming PC

HP presents the Omen X Desktop gaming PC

HP has announced the Omen X Desktop, which happens to be a new desktop gaming PC. The machine gets attention thanks to the unusual chassis it comes with but it also has premium hardware inside worthy of any gaming computer.

The Omen X Desktop can be had in numerous configurations that include the AMD Radeon Fury X video card or the GeForce GTX 1080. The top processor that can power the Omen X Desktop is the Intel Core i7-6700K Skylake chip and depending on the configuration the Omen X Desktop can have 8 GB or 16 GB of DDR4 memory, a 256 GB SSD or a 2 TB hard drive. In addition to this users can also install up to four more hard drives. The case of the HP Omen X Desktop has been designed in such a way as to keep components that emit heat away from all the remaining hardware. In addition the case supports up to two power supply units, although this is a strange decision given that the Omen X Desktop can work with up to two video cards.

The Omen X Desktop also has ten USB 3.0 ports, a USB Type-C port, an optical drive and various wireless connectivity options. The computer measures 498 x 406 x 516 mm and sells for USD 2099 and up.

Source: HP

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