Omen by HP Intel i5-7400 8GB 1TB & 128GB SSD GTX1060-3Gb Gaming PC £739.99 @ Argos Ebay Outlet
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Omen by HP Intel i5-7400 8GB 1TB & 128GB SSD GTX1060-3Gb Gaming PC £739.99 @ Argos Ebay Outlet

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Found 23rd Jul 2017
Omen by HP Intel i5 8GB 1TB & 128GB SSD GTX1060 Gaming PC. From Argos on ebayFree Instant Pickup Using Fast Track Click & Collect
Go from gamer to gaming legend with the thrilling level of power competition demands. This OMEN desktop combines cutting-edge design and the industry's latest hardware to deliver a performance monster, ready to handle intense AAA games with ease, and look good doing it.

  • Built for the podium: the sleek, brushed-metal chassis and customizable LED lighting strikes the perfect balance of sophisticated looks and raw, gamer attitude.
CPU and Memory:

  • Intel Core i5 quad core.
  • 7400.
  • Processor speed 3GHz.
  • 8GB RAM.
Hard drive:

  • 1TB SATA hard drive.
DVD optical drives:

  • Dual layer.
Graphics:

  • Dedicated graphics.
  • NVIDIA GeForce gtx 1060 with .
Interfaces and connectivity:

  • 7-in-1 media card reader.
  • 2 x USB 2.0 ports.
  • 4 x USB 3.0 ports.
  • Ethernet port.
  • 1 HDMI port.
  • Bluetooth.
  • Wireless/Wi-Fi enabled.
Operating system and software:

  • Microsoft Windows 10.
General features:

  • Size H40.1, W16.5, D42cm.
  • Weight 10.52kg.
  • Power saving facility.
  • EAN: 191000000000.
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29 Comments
Original Poster
5 available at the time of posting. Got it yesterday and impressed so far after the other deal from John Lewis was never delivered and then cancelled.

Similar spec seems to be £900+ with a windows 10 licence elsewhere if you want it built for you.

First deal so let's see if hot or cold
What motherboard is in this? Just looking for this spec of gaming pc and every time I find one it has a h110 which I've been told to avoid.
macas2000

What motherboard is in this? Just looking for this spec of gaming pc and … What motherboard is in this? Just looking for this spec of gaming pc and every time I find one it has a h110 which I've been told to avoid.


Any "prebuild" will be a H110 unless its a custom built one (like from cyberpower or whatever). It lacks sli/crossfire support, PCIe 3.0, very limited USB 3 support, no M.2, single channel memory. This will have no expansion whatsoever, overclocking wont exist if you wish to drop in a higher end chip later on, future graphics cards might see bandwidth limitations on PCIe 2.0 but as a board its perfectly fine. If you want a no frill build that just plays games reasonably this will work - just be aware the upgrades you'll be able to do on this chipset are minimal.
Thanks I find it all a bit of a minefield, looking for a new gaming pc for my son, was going to go for the awd-it one on here last week, but the comments about the motherboard scared me off. He's 15 and just wants to play his games and his I3 750ti is no longer good enough
Just built this for £565
MrCollective

Just built this for £565 confused


Show us the parts on uk.pcpartpicker.com?
Original Poster
CHUNGHO150 m ago

Show us the parts on uk.pcpartpicker.com?


With official windows 10? Congrats if so. I couldn't do it in parts so bought pre-built, not fussed for upgrades later. I avoided the other company mentioned as they had poor reviews
Cool American fridge freezer! Oh wait ... 😄
Smeeble11 m ago

Cool American fridge freezer! Oh wait ... 😄

'Oh wait' can make anything funny, don't you think?
MrCollective1 h, 54 m ago

Just built this for £565



You have to assume in advance that people will want a claim like that substantiated, and not turn out to mean most of the parts etc.
Edited by: "Stimpington" 23rd Jul 2017
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Gonna say this again, Build your own and save a lot more.
My god why do people still continue to post this thing as if its a deal?

Its been on here like 5 times in the last 2 weeks and every time its been an overpriced piece of junk.
That's twice I've clicked on such a picture without reading and thinking it's a fridge.
HP are quite easily the best PC manufacturers in the world.
OrribleHarry

HP are quite easily the best PC manufacturers in the world.



You need to add an icon for irony. Hopefully...
simonsayz13

Gonna say this again, Build your own and save a lot more.



You'd save pennies at best, and this isn't aimed at people who would actually feel confident doing that. For the price it's a pretty decent entry into PC gaming for someone.
MattP79

You need to add an icon for irony. Hopefully...


Absolutely not, was just getting in before the Apple brigade turn up harping on about their Linux machines.
macas2000

What motherboard is in this? Just looking for this spec of gaming pc and … What motherboard is in this? Just looking for this spec of gaming pc and every time I find one it has a h110 which I've been told to avoid.


Intel H170
Original Poster
driff_p2 h, 28 m ago

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Which one? I spent a lot of time looking at ebuyer
ezzer723 h, 57 m ago

'Oh wait' can make anything funny, don't you think?

Not!
Looks good to me.. Without reading the comments. How many people have said cheaper to build it yourself... I'd say, about 1000
Ev0lution5 h, 45 m ago

My god why do people still continue to post this thing as if its a …My god why do people still continue to post this thing as if its a deal?Its been on here like 5 times in the last 2 weeks and every time its been an overpriced piece of junk.


Share with us all a better gaming pc for a lower price
ZahrinAdwa

Share with us all a better gaming pc for a lower price



Nope I'm not going to waste my time helping those who will only just come out with the same tired old 'PC Partpicker' nonsense.

If you want to spend your money on this overpriced crap then by all means be my guest.

ocelot20 posted this comment in a previous thread

Usually I would just say build your own PC or go with a PC specialist. … Usually I would just say build your own PC or go with a PC specialist. But you can't go wrong for £750. Even if building your self using similar parts you wouldn't be saving much. https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/h4Dr8KBut then on the other hand the PSU inside this doesn't look great and I do question if you can replace it or not. If not then putting a more powerful card inside this like a 1080 is a big fat no. But if the PSU is replaceable then you should be able to but will obviously cost more due to having to buy a better PSU.

uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…rjc
Costs only a little bit less but there is a better upgrade path with the 600w Pau and the b350 motherboard. Win 10 was from Amazon
Original Poster
LordBentner1 h, 0 m ago

https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/kHbrjcCosts only a little bit less but …https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/kHbrjcCosts only a little bit less but there is a better upgrade path with the 600w Pau and the b350 motherboard. Win 10 was from Amazon


Looks good for same money, I would have considered that build, unfortunately I didn't look at Ryzen comparisons and didn't spot some of the bargain components you found there so i went for the easy option with no experience in building a PC and being a bit too lazy to learn.
LordBentner1 h, 0 m ago

https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/kHbrjcCosts only a little bit less but …https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/kHbrjcCosts only a little bit less but there is a better upgrade path with the 600w Pau and the b350 motherboard. Win 10 was from Amazon

Thanks for linking the other thread, have gone and purchased this one, as it ticks all the boxes and hopefully will last until my son is able to upgrade the parts himself. hotukdeals.com/visit?t=2733370&hukdm=353&d=https%3A%2F%2Fhttps://www.hotukdeals.com%2Fvisit%2Fcomment%2F31377383%2F13448015
driff_p

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How? I want to bulid a PC with 1050ti and its £800 right now!!!!
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