HP OMEN 870-118na Gaming PC 16GB RAM GTX1080 3TB HDD & 256GB SSD @ Currys Ebay
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HP OMEN 870-118na Gaming PC 16GB RAM GTX1080 3TB HDD & 256GB SSD @ Currys Ebay

£944.98eBay Deals
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Found 21st Jul 2017
This is new but has damaged box, direct link
ebay.co.uk/itm…351

You can get one with a pristine box for a little more:

ebay.co.uk/itm…230

Full spec sheet here:
h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/…=en

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Showing as £1,049.98 for me?
Original Poster
Not sure why its not linking properly but here is a direct link:

ebay.co.uk/itm…351
Original Poster
bloooo

Showing as £1,049.98 for me?



Please see my comment
Looks good to me when you add up the parts cost. Heat from me
Good price for the spec but 300w PSU?? I seriously hope that's an error.
it's 500w psu according to speec sheet
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alexrose1uk

Good price for the spec but 300w PSU?? I seriously hope that's an error.



Spec sheet says 500W, see link above
Edited by: "daudiamd" 21st Jul 2017
Looks like a fridge
GFX looks like ~£450+ on its own!!
Cheap for those specific components, but I'm not convinced it's a good deal in terms of performance per £.

If it'd been a K processor & mobo, perhaps, but a straight 6700 is trumped by a far cheaper Ryzen setup.
TehJumpingJawa

Cheap for those specific components, but I'm not convinced it's a good … Cheap for those specific components, but I'm not convinced it's a good deal in terms of performance per £.If it'd been a K processor & mobo, perhaps, but a straight 6700 is trumped by a far cheaper Ryzen setup.


Agree, the CPU is disappointing in this build compared to the rest of it.
Ordered, will post pictures if anyone is interested! Thanks OP!
Shame it doesn't have an ice dispenser.
thelagmonster

Agree, the CPU is disappointing in this build compared to the rest of it.


Disappointing but at least its a reasonably decent recent i7. Spec wise its definitely on the money though - although recent dealing with currys puts me off.
CPU isn't as important for gaming. This CPU won't cause any issues for many years. I'm running an i5 3570k still plays pretty much anything without issue. 980gtx
Edited by: "Sagacity" 21st Jul 2017
The one posted was only a 1 off, the deal will need adjusting. Also there are only 3 available for £1,049.98.

Otherwise OOS. :P
TehJumpingJawa

Cheap for those specific components, but I'm not convinced it's a good … Cheap for those specific components, but I'm not convinced it's a good deal in terms of performance per £.If it'd been a K processor & mobo, perhaps, but a straight 6700 is trumped by a far cheaper Ryzen setup.


it's unlikely a company like HP or Dell will offer a K series. They would be replacing systems left right and centre for amateurs frying cpus.
mrbennett091 h, 41 m ago

Ordered, will post pictures if anyone is interested! Thanks OP!


mrbennett091 h, 13 m ago

Ordered, will post pictures if anyone is interested! Thanks OP!



mrbennett091 h, 3 m ago

Ordered, will post pictures if anyone is interested! Thanks OP!


If I ask you for some pictures will you stop writing this?
thelagmonster

Agree, the CPU is disappointing in this build compared to the rest of it.



Not only the CPU. Pre-built rigs like this one usually suffer from 'less than bronze' quality power supplies meaning that those usually have to be replaced almost straight away... That adds another £100+ onto the build almost immediately.

I consider this price and this build to be about average.
mrbennett09

Ordered, will post pictures if anyone is interested! Thanks OP!

mrbennett09

Ordered, will post pictures if anyone is interested! Thanks OP!

mrbennett09

Ordered, will post pictures if anyone is interested! Thanks OP!



No idea how that happened removed the duplicates!
Every time I see this on here I think "That's the coolest American-style fridge/freezer ever!"
One day they'll make it..
Can the motherboard on this be flashed with a bios that overclocks non k cpu's?
Edited by: "cowsindahouse" 21st Jul 2017
300W PSU for a GTX 1080 LOL? This is going to get hot, so hot it might even explode!
Very cheap cpu and going are that price Heat added
How much would the build cost if you build yourself?
Original Poster
Fo3

300W PSU for a GTX 1080 LOL? This is going to get hot, so hot it might … 300W PSU for a GTX 1080 LOL? This is going to get hot, so hot it might even explode!



The full HP spec sheet listed above says 500W, Currys is probably wrong.
Not £666... Cold
japes

Looks like a fridge


Do a 180 and it looks like a sofa.
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TehJumpingJawa5 h, 32 m ago

Cheap for those specific components, but I'm not convinced it's a good …Cheap for those specific components, but I'm not convinced it's a good deal in terms of performance per £.If it'd been a K processor & mobo, perhaps, but a straight 6700 is trumped by a far cheaper Ryzen setup.


That missing K was the deal breaker for me.
steve_bezerker

Not only the CPU. Pre-built rigs like this one usually suffer from 'less … Not only the CPU. Pre-built rigs like this one usually suffer from 'less than bronze' quality power supplies meaning that those usually have to be replaced almost straight away... That adds another £100+ onto the build almost immediately. I consider this price and this build to be about average.



If it needed replacing straight away wouldn't warranty cober it
misa426

If it needed replacing straight away wouldn't warranty cober it



It probably would - but they would only replace like for like anyway. So you'd be swapping crap for more crap. You wouldn't be getting the right levels of power for the GPU and CPU draw depending on what you're using the computer for. I would also imagine that individual parts are not covered in the warranty so after 12 months of them shovelling crap onto you, it then becomes entirely your problem.
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