HP is teasing their next-gen Omen gaming PC, which can be configured with a single, or even GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards in SLI - but you can opt in for AMD's upcoming Radeon RX Vega as well.
HP says on its own advertisement for the new Omen gaming PC that you can configure it with 1 or 2 x GTX 1080, 1 or 2 x RX 480/580, or a single AMD Vega 10 with "timing/pricing TBC, late 2C17". Inside, you can configure the new HP Omen gaming PC with Intel's new Core i5/i7 processors on the H270/Z270 chipsets, or go the AMD Ryzen route with the Ryzen 5/7 CPUs.
Up to 32GB of RAM can be installed, with an optional PCIe-based NVMe-capable SSD and even dual HDD configurations if you need some serious storage. HP has designed the Omen as a beast, with a "machine-like, battle armor inspired design", with HP offering an optional see-through door with internal lightning and an integrated handle on top of the case so that you can take your Omen desktop gaming PC to a LAN even easier than before.
Last updated: Sep 1, 2017 at 05:22 am CDT
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