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HP Omen i5-9400F RTX 2060 8GB Refurbished £735 (UK Mainland) @ ElekDirect
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Only 1 in stock, I ordered a PC from them recently and it was in new condition.

You're assuming current profitability is going to last a year, which isn't realistic at all. Elon Musk screwed us. Yesterday I was making 22euro per day (24 hours) with one 3070 and a 3060 mobile, today its already gone down to 12euro. Profitability was at an all time high, it's going to return to normal values or lower.


I'm getting $10 a day on nicehash with a 1660s, paid in btc, In 2 months btc will be 100k, so will be about $1200 - electric in 2 months ti.e


At one point I'd agree but not so sure now amd are certainly getting more aggressive in the market and so are the Chinese obviously there behind the leaders but growing fast,think the 2 horses race days are about to be done,Intel will always be a player if they can keep in the race but as we've seen time and again it doesn't take much of a stumble for a tech firm to fall flat out the race! If it were just them and amd I'd say sure but the future a little more hazy these days


aim for £350.00 if just usung the Apu for graphics


9-12 months maybe, outlay, electricity etc

HP OMEN 25L GT12-0184na Ryzen 7 3700X Processor RTX 3070 Graphics Desktop PC £1499.99 @ Box
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X Eight Core Processor HyperX XMP RGB 16GB DDR4 3200 RAM 256GB Western Digital Black SSD & 2TB HDD GeForce RTX 3070 Graphics Wi-Fi 6 Windows 10 Advanced Looks … Read more

For an Hp its not bad, defo still better the scalp land. but against other prebuilt 3070 this is very expensive calc cost for the rtx3070


nah not gutted as like I said I got it already and am happy with the performance, plus I read afterwards you may not get this until June!! Forget that I'd rather pay the extra and have it now lol plus I didn't need Ram :D


So youre gutted yes? Haha unlucky bro that extra is basically your ram


The HP website doesn't have a 25L that matches this config, but it does have: https://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=2Q4T8EA&opt=ABU&sel=DTP〈=en-GB So, got some more details there, including mention of a 500W bronze rated PSU, but no motherboard info


Mobo psu?

HP OMEN X 25f 240 Hz Full HD Monitor (1080p) - (1 DP, 2 HDMI) - £253.80 @ Amazon
Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
240 Hz Refresh Rate: With a whopping 240 Hz refresh rate, this display is 4x faster than traditional 60 Hz monitors 1 ms Response Time: Lets you respond to onscreen action before y… Read more

Why not? If you definitely want 144 hz but you don't have a big enough budget to splurge on a 144 hz 1440p, it makes sense to go for a 1080p 144hz - of which you can get a decently colour accurate IPS one for at least £100 cheaper than the halfway decent entry 144 hz 1440p offerings. Also if you'd actually like a slightly smaller monitor, 1080p makes more sense (for 24 inch, 1080p looks better than 1440p; for 27-32 inch, 1440p works better than 1080p). Thirdly, 1080p is obviously easier to run at higher frame rates anyway, as long as your CPU is somewhat decent (at 1080p the CPU often does more of the heavy lifting than at 1440p, where the GPU's power has more of an effect). Basically there are still lots of reasons why someone may want to game on a 24 inch 1080p 144hz+ monitor.


Steam stats are 85.22% use 1080p OR LESS, so anyone else is the minority, you couldn't me anymore incorrect.


Competive gamers require high refresh rates and low response times. Full HD, 24" monitors with TN panels provide that.


With this size of monitor yes.


Be better going for 1440p.

HP OMEN, AMD Ryzen 7, 8GB RAM, 1TB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 15.6 Inch Gaming Laptop, 15-en0007na - £999.99 at Costco
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Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
Seems quite competitive in terms of price and features, with the only the memory being a downside, but is upgradeable. If you don't have Costco membership, the annual sub is an add… Read more

Whilst I dislike the fact that this has been made more opaque for the customer, it just reinforces that we should be looking at reviews and wattages before buying them. I'm not sure if staying permanently with the previous generation is the solution to that problem...


Your right sorry, I was looking at something different.. I’ve looked at so many laptops lately they are all blending into one..


Weird, when I was looking at these from the HP store I didn’t even see 8GB ram as an option for any of these models. All were 16GB ram. Quite liked my HP omen for the one week that I had it but in the end opted for a Razer Blade 15 which was around the same price as I prefer the metal construction and glass trackpad.


The Legion 5P gets touted around here a lot, and for good reason. It is cheap and well spec'd. However, these is more to a device than just the pure specs. I purchased a Legion Y740 last March. It's an excellent device and was pretty well priced too at £1400. However, I had more than my fair share of problems. It started within 3 weeks of owning the device, when some of the pixels got stuck. Stuck pixels on a 3 week old device is certainly not something I consider to be acceptable, however many don't accept this as enough of a reason to refund/replace. I was lucky that Box.co.uk were excellent about the issue. Granted, stuck pixels can be an issue on any device and aren't exclusive to Lenovo, but it set the scene well. Over the year I owned my Lenovo, I experienced plenty of 'quirks' with the device. Here are a few of the bigger ones I faced: - The lights would turn on and the laptop would boot up in the middle of the night, seemingly at random. - The WIFI started to disconnect upon launch and eventually I hit a point where I had to turn off the WIFI on my laptop each time I awoke it from a long period of sleep, just to get the WIFI to connect to our internet. - The webcam, once switched off via the hotkey, refused to turn back on for several weeks. - I had constant graphical issues with Nvidia drivers breaking things after being updated. This was a problem I found to be quite a regular occurrence for other users after a google search. Now, I'm no tech genius, however I'm not exactly a luddite either. I spent many hours looking for fixes for these issues. Some were overcome, while others disappeared and returned later. The Lenovo was a good machine, and I certainly would advise people not to buy them, however cheaper products often also come with smaller issues that you only discover after prolonged periods of use. The specs sheet doesn't always tell you everything you need to know about the end user experience.


...this does look better than the Legion 5P which let’s be honest, is what really matters ;)

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HP OMEN 25 24.5" FHD 144Hz 1ms TN 400nits FreeSync (1 DP, 2 HDMI) Gaming Monitor - £154.97 delivered with code at Currys PC World
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Posted 9th AprPosted 9th Apr
£5 off with code, nice monitor on offer here. SpecificationBrand: HP Model: OMEN 25 24.5" Full HD LED Gaming Monitor - Black MPN: Z7Y57AA#ABU Audio output: 3.5 mm jack x 1 Conne… Read more

I have a HP Omen 27 GSYNC monitor and they are very stylish and the build quality is second to none, however my nanoIPS DELL DFGs win in terms of picture quality


I've had this monitor for a coupe of years now and it's mostly served me well, but I do have a couple of gripes. It will randomly switch what framerate it is set at when you power up the hardware it is connected to. Also the menu buttons are a nightmare, sometimes they won't work at all and other times a couple of them will work intermittently. I think there are definitely better options out there around this price point.


Agree on freesync.. but I prefer the mix of 1440p and 144hz than 4k 60 (as recommended by Hardware Unboxed) I had 4k60 and I got my son a 144hz monitor and it made me jealous! So sold my 4K display and got 1440p 144hz instead You can always oversample the graphics but cannot get the extra frames. My next dream is a 4K 120 OLED though....


Not if you're using a multi monitor set-up, then you might not be looking fully straight at one of the screens. I used to have a HP 27xi Full HD (2014) and a HP 24es Full HD (2017) until last year when I replaced the 27xi with an LG 27UL650 4K as the 27xi backlight was starting to go. I'm hoping to build a new machine later on in the year when parts and prices are more sensible and ideally want one very good general purpose monitor for work and movies etc and another for high refresh rate gaming so am still on the lookout for one. I'm not in any great rush though, since I won't be building my new machine for a little while. There are various grades of TN with better viewing angles than others. For example I had a a laptop a few years ago with a TN screen which had such good viewing angles it didn't matter it wasn't IPS. My other half had one which was practically unusable if you moved the screen a few mm off the sweet spot.


Can anyone recommend a good 34 ultrawide?

HP OMEN 30L Gaming PC - Intel Core i7 10700k, RTX 3080, 2 TB HDD & 512 GB SSD - £1994 with code @ Currys PC World
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Posted 2nd AprPosted 2nd Apr
Good deal for a PC with a RTX 3080 which is sold out everwhere. Can get it delivered next day for free with code FNDDGAMING as well. Info: Unlocked 10th generation Intel® Core™… Read more

Think it was £1249 for the MSI SUPRIM X, which is one of the best models like the EVGA FTW3 Ultra.


How much did you paid on CCL for your 3080?


I would pay the extra £400, go large or go console IMHO.


Even die hards can't get them soooo


Yeh if it was 'easy' to get one you wouldnt see them selling for £1500 on the bay, or Scan saying they've not seen a whisper of any for weeks. I dont doubt the odd small batch is dropping at the large retailiers - but bots/scalpers are first in line, second in line will be miners who can 'afford' to sit clicking refresh all day and finally thousands of die hards lined up behind them. Joe average is royally bolted.