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OMEN by HP 875-0027na Gaming PC - NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 2060 with 3 Year Care Pack £899 @ HP
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OMEN by HP 875-0027na Gaming PC - NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 2060 with 3 Year Care Pack £899 @ HP

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Posted 23rd Dec 2019

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Let nothing stop you from playing at your best. With the industry's latest components, micro—ATX compatible upgradability, and a design that you can personalize, the OMEN Obelisk delivers performance to achieve new heights.
Windows 10 Home 64
Intel® Core™ i5 9400F (2.9 GHz base frequency, up to 4.1 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, 9 MB cache, 6 cores)
NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 2060 (6 GB GDDR6 dedicated)
8 GB memory; 256 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD + 2 TB HDD storage
Glass side panel; RGB lighting; Air cooling solution; Dust filter
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£881 for anyone with a unidays account
It's not "terrible" if you don't fancy building a PC yourself. But still I would say build one yourself
For people who don’t build, is this good. It looks a good deal.
Just think its outdated and you can get placed like awdit and loads of others to build one to order if you cnat do it yourself. 8gb not enough, 2060 is underpowered imo and it will be the old one, 9400 and intel generally not good value plus no upgrades. You cna spend your money a lot more wisely for a system that gives better value and upgradeability.
999tigger23/12/2019 13:21

Just think its outdated and you can get placed like awdit and loads of …Just think its outdated and you can get placed like awdit and loads of others to build one to order if you cnat do it yourself. 8gb not enough, 2060 is underpowered imo and it will be the old one, 9400 and intel generally not good value plus no upgrades. You cna spend your money a lot more wisely for a system that gives better value and upgradeability.


Well horses for courses. But for most people a 2060 is not underpowered...

I agree with others. If you're an enthusiast, give this a miss. But if you're happy to pay a bit extra for something off the shelf it's perfectly reasonable
Yeah desktop 2060 is standard for gaming pc build and will be alright for all your games but for laptops it's pretty good, the 90w version if you have a 1080p panel
The older RTX2060 isnt really much different from GTX 1660TI but the 2060 super isnt far off the older RTX 2070. The last gen 2060 has 6gb over the super that has 8gb.

The 2060 is one of them cards that does perform well but maybe not a 1440 at high setting but its not aimed at that.
To compare if this is a good deal try building it on a site like PC specialist who will build and test for you and have excellent reviews.
This spec from them is 850 ish. so this isnt that bad.

The main thing with buying a HP pre built is the quality of the components.
It will be a reference 2060, an often older generation SSD, low spec RAM, cheap, maybe custom motherboard that means you cant replace case or upgrade etc - its a H370 board for example, where the PC sepcialist is a Z370 - meaning a lot more options for the future.

If the Omen was 50-100 cheaper than the PC specialist i would say its a good deal. But when you can get better quality parts, built to what you want, with a company that has great options for future upgrades and for 50 Less then this one is cold im afraid.
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Ruddie_23/12/2019 13:11

It's not "terrible" if you don't fancy building a PC yourself. But still I …It's not "terrible" if you don't fancy building a PC yourself. But still I would say build one yourself


Which websites people use ?
If you can still buy the CCL Ronin then get that instead
Ruddie_23/12/2019 15:50

for parts to build your own? www.pcpartpicker.com


Yes, thank you!
Hi All. If anyone can help I'd appreciate it. I was thinking of buying this PC for my son but after reading some of the replys I'm not so sure now. I know nearly zero about PC's. Can anyone tell where to buy a PC for under £1000 so my son can play fortnite, star wars etc games and the usuual windows. I also need the mouse, monitor too. As I know nothing can you literally spell it out for me such as you need this, this and this so I can contact a website and ask specifically for what I need. Any help would be appreciated as the prices range from very little to a lot and I don't know why apart from the obvious performance. I've just seen the AWD-IT website and came off after 10 mins totally confused! I live near Scan.co.uk and can go in there but I think they will think I'm a dinosaur! Thanks in advance.
speculator0701/01/2020 21:53

Hi All. If anyone can help I'd appreciate it. I was thinking of buying …Hi All. If anyone can help I'd appreciate it. I was thinking of buying this PC for my son but after reading some of the replys I'm not so sure now. I know nearly zero about PC's. Can anyone tell where to buy a PC for under £1000 so my son can play fortnite, star wars etc games and the usuual windows. I also need the mouse, monitor too. As I know nothing can you literally spell it out for me such as you need this, this and this so I can contact a website and ask specifically for what I need. Any help would be appreciated as the prices range from very little to a lot and I don't know why apart from the obvious performance. I've just seen the AWD-IT website and came off after 10 mins totally confused! I live near Scan.co.uk and can go in there but I think they will think I'm a dinosaur! Thanks in advance.


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Ii haven't put much thought into it but it's sub 1000 and not bad prices
speculator0701/01/2020 21:53

Hi All. If anyone can help I'd appreciate it. I was thinking of buying …Hi All. If anyone can help I'd appreciate it. I was thinking of buying this PC for my son but after reading some of the replys I'm not so sure now. I know nearly zero about PC's. Can anyone tell where to buy a PC for under £1000 so my son can play fortnite, star wars etc games and the usuual windows. I also need the mouse, monitor too. As I know nothing can you literally spell it out for me such as you need this, this and this so I can contact a website and ask specifically for what I need. Any help would be appreciated as the prices range from very little to a lot and I don't know why apart from the obvious performance. I've just seen the AWD-IT website and came off after 10 mins totally confused! I live near Scan.co.uk and can go in there but I think they will think I'm a dinosaur! Thanks in advance.


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