HP's new Omen gaming PC will ship with AMD Vega 10

HP teases it will ship its next-gen Omen desktop PC with AMD Vega 10 graphics card.

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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.

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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.

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