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HP Omen 15-ce001na 15.6-inch FHD Gaming Laptop (Shadow Black) - (Intel core i5, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, 2 GB dedicated, FHD IR webcam Windows 10 Home) - Amazon - Used - Very Good - Sold by Cheapest Electrical
Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
HP Omen 15-ce001na 15.6-inch FHD Gaming Laptop (Shadow Black) - (Intel core i5, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, 2 GB dedicated, FHD IR webcam Windows 10 Hom… Read more

Just look at that new seller's storefront - loads of items at prices that indeed are too good to be true. I'm 99% sure ordering anything from that seller will result in a no-delivery and having to claim a refund as it'll be a scam.


Nope. Intel is expected to announce a whole new bunch of processors in September/October the i9 will have come down to “regular” consumer (whatever that means) in all categories, their next launch. I’m stopping myself from going for a new Desktop (long overdue, current is a decade old) till September/October. Then I could invest in current highest spec Intel (which will have been a “previous” version by then). Heat added for someone looking for now, though.


The I7 similar spec version is only £650 new from a marketplace dealer (must be a mistake surely https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B071ZPXBNS/ref=olp_twister_child?ie=UTF8&mv_size_name=0&mv_style_name=2

HP Omen Z4D33AA 27" QHD G-Sync 165Hz Gaming Monitor £499.97 @ Laptops direct
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Currently, the cheapest I have seen it. Feature G-Sync and 165hz refresh rate! :o
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You can get the Acer IPS for 440, or the TN panel version for ridiculously cheap at 330. The Omen looks nice, but I wouldnt say HP were incredibly better quality than Acer.


Better off going for the Acer Amazon deals atm in my opinion

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Updated - Discount voucher for the new HP Omen 15 - i7-8750H, GTX 1070 Max-Q and 16GB RAM £1399 with unidays discount @ HP
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
---------- Update: Just found this voucher that gives 12% off hp omen laptops: CQ318AF55 --------- I've been looking at laptops for the past month or so. Considered … Read more

Got one of these 3 days ago the specs are unreal for the price,except this thing runs hot as balls.. ive seen the cpu hit 90 degrees while playing shogun 2.. want my laptop to last 3-4 years, with those temps no chance.. mines going back.. gutted..


No one buys direct from the manufacturer or shouldn’t. Especially as Dell lets you upgrade without warranty penalty. Of course the HP is lighter, it’s a much slower GPU and the Max-Q version for thin and light machines, the Dell is for outright performance. I think for vast majority of gamers it’s about performance over portability. I’m sure it’ll be perfectly fine for what you want but it’s too much moneywith too many compromises at this price.


It is for 125 on dells website if u choose to modify the R4. The omen is much lighter and thus easier to carry around. Anyways, I'll be receiving the laptop today.. maybe I'll post a review by tomorrow if i get the time.


I don't use them to play games so I would nit buy that type, most are designed for head bangers & must beat price limitations from what I've seen. For me a computer is a tool nothing more. My laptop needs to be able to cope to being on 16 hours a day and not overheat or fall apart when I close the lid.


i dont think a gaming heritage means too much really if its a good laptop its a good laptop even without a gaming heritage

HP Omen X9000 Mouse, £20 at Amazon
Found 2nd JulFound 2nd Jul
And John Lewis The 400-8200 dpi laser tracking and 8 levels of sensitivity gives the X9000 Omen mouse the precision you require for gaming success. Personalise buttons The X9000 O… Read more

Yeah, sorry, I meant John Lewis :)


Same price at John Lewis with 2 year guarantee https://www.johnlewis.com/hp-x9000-omen-mouse/p3196131?sku=236653382&s_kwcid=2dx92700024720429352&tmad=c&tmcampid=2&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIwaabu_6A3AIVx4XVCh1yQgMmEAQYAiABEgLDePD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds


can't seem to find this on Curry's website, Amazon has slow delivery on this item


Is there a bluetooth version?


Price matched curry's.

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HP OMEN 17.3" -  i7-7700HQ Full HD IPS 120Hz Screen- GTX 1060 6GB- NVidia G-Sync £1099.97 at Box.co.uk
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
HP OMEN 17-an002na : - Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor - 17.3" Full HD IPS 120Hz Screen - Thunderbolt - GTX 1060 6GB Graphics - NVidia G-Sync & VR Ready

they have some sort of delays and we can't say that they gonna sell it this year. especially that we know nothing about new cards. usually they are trying to build some hype before they sell them. Nvidia didn't even announced next gen. GPUs


It's called a figure of speech. 10-series has been out for 2 years now. What's your prediction then?


not quite "round the corner".


yea just replying to your JL mention


I also agree but not too long I expect. The GPU will 'last longer' in the sense that new CPUs seem to be the driving force in good clearance deals on older hardware so I reckon a few months. Some 1060 laptops are cropping up around £800 already. Also I'm not sure if HP's Omen brand is as respected as they would have everyone believe. Like you say, it's all relative/subjective.

HP OMEN 15-ce012na Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB, 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, 15.6”, Shadow Black £999.95  John Lewis
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Pretty decent gaming laptop with two years guarantee, only doesn't appear to have SSD to speed things up a bit. Similar price to refurb unit from other sellers ’Powerhouse’ is on… Read more

Seems a good deal to me, 120hz refresh to


That “only difference” is a huge difference as well. It’s one of the only things that can’t be upgraded.


But 8k, 12 bit hdr with quad sli with quad xeon is the way to go ;)


But you also got lumped with a 1050ti!


But the graphics card is the only thing that can't be upgraded. 1tb HD v ssd is same cost so just sell one and buy another. Ram makes no difference at that capacity other than bragging rights. 1050ti is significantly slower, which in a gaming machine makes a difference

HP Omen (Z7C47EA) Core i5-7400 8GB 1TB + 128GB SSD GeForce GTX 1060(3GB) DVD-RW Windows 10 Gaming Desktop £699.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
It seems to me that it is a decent PC for the price, with a decent GPU (GTX 1060 3GB) and a not too dated CPU. SSD is included (128 GB) and has 1TB HDD (7200 rpm) as well. Comes w… Read more
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ive no idea what that means, i never said use a sata, i was saying youd really want bigger ssd to use its speed of loading


Why would I think that? (skeptical)


This will have no problem running simulation games such farming simulator 17 + 19?


Pretty good deal but I just can't find myself buying a desktop from a company called Laptops Direct. I can't live a lie like that.


Last gen stuff and price only average. Would buy if need something desperate right now, other than this I miss the deal here.. sorry bro

HP Omen Z7Y57AA 24.5" Freesync 144Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor - £189.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
I'm looking for well priced 144hz 1080p monitor, saw this and thought it was pretty good, however I would like to know any other better deals or just better 144hz 1080p monitors th… Read more
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If it's true about the frame skipping I'll purchase a different monitor


Don't shoot the messenger, i'm just going by various reviews.


That has nothing to do with the graphics card, being either AMD or nVidia. Those issues are build within monitor, and they will show on both AMD and nVidia cards.


Read and watched quite a number of reviews on it, and the 32" version. Something to do with frames skipping, ghosting etc?


I've heard of frame skipping with the 144hz, anyone else heard of this issue? if this problem is present with this monitor i will just consider a different monitor.

HP OMEN Gaming Laptop with i5 + GTX 950M - £560.45 Delivered @ OCUK
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
Probably best gaming laptop in this price range + cheapest new I could find, pretty tasty deal if you ask me.
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This model suffers from fans that come loose resulting in a hideous rattling, I had mine replaced twice under warranty before I got a full refund


click through to the site and you'll know?


What is the full specs?


Similarly specced GTX 1050 laptops are going for around this price, so this isn't a good deal, unfortunately.


But it's got a red keyboard.

HP OMEN Desktop PC 880-037ng Intel Core i7-7700K, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD + 2TB HDD, NVIDIA GTX 1080 SLI, Win 10 Home @ Amazon.de delivered £1991
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Processor: Intel Core 7700 K (4.2 GHz frequency, up to 4.5 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 8 MB cache, 4 cores), graphics card: Dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (8 GB GDDR5X Ded… Read more

Seriously dont waste your time with SLI , although on paper a lot of games support it , the performance is often worse . I have tried this on two builds and neither offered any benefit .


Backtracking much? Never said the gpu wasn’t important, you seem to be changing your point. Now you are contradicting your previous comment “ not withstanding the fact the CPU will have no bearing on frame rates.” Proved that’s inaccurate. The examples in that article are typical modern AAA games, hence why they used them. Anyone looking at a high end gpu setup be it sli or not needs to consider the cpu. For those aiming for high FPS it becomes more important.


That's just a ridiculous statement 'pair a FX4300 with a 1080ti' quite obviously I'm talking modern CPUs, it's been demonstrated time & time again that if your PRIMARY use of a pc / laptop is gaming then the card is the most important factor ie if you have to compromise then, for example, getting an i5 and throwing the extra cash towards a decent card is a very wise move. If you need an all singing and dancing multimedia affair then CPU becomes more important. However for gaming you'll have very marginal losses on frame rate. An examples you provide are an exception not a rule, in general the vast majority of games are not looking to CPU for grunt, it's the graphic card.


So you could pair a FX4300 with a 1080Ti with no loss of fps? As I said the impact depends on many factors which includes the specific game. This review proves your clam that the cpu is not influential is wrong, these are all strong modern CPU's yet there are some significant differences in fps. You will see the 7700k never actually comes ahead of the 8600k when at stock or overclocked but they are so close you can consider them the same. https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3157-intel-i5-8600k-review-overclocking-vs-8700k-8400/page-2 The cpu is far less of a factor when running 4k and therefore lower fps but and lower resolutions pushing high fps the cpu makes a difference. So its back to you to add any support to your incorrect claims. Ive added support for my comments, you haven't.


I lost interest the minute you tried to argue that CPUs have major bearing in frame rates......incorrect on numerous levels. Back to CPU School for you.

HP Omen 870-270na Core i5-7400 8GB 1TB + 128 GB SSD GeForce GTX 1070 Windows 10 Gaming Desktop £757.97 at Laptops Direct
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Seems to be a decent price given the high prices of GPUs. I hope it helps someone! Championship-caliber performance Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GTX or AMD RX graphics, plus o… Read more

£10 more but in stock here https://www.ballicom.co.uk/z7c50ea-abu-omen-by-hp-870-270na.p1398986.html Even when Laptops Direct had them in stock they weren't available until 15th May while these have them in stock now




Mate I use Davinci Resolve the free version, it takes a while to get use to but is top notch!


I like how the very first thing it mentions under "Featuring" is "USB 2.0 Connector", a technology released 18 years ago! Edit: Tempted to buy this for my dad and swap out the graphics card as his PC is over 8 years old and getting pretty slow. 1TB should be fine for him and his current PC has no SSD, 4GB RAM so starting to show its age. That's the only way I can justify to myself forking out for a new graphics card to replace a RX480 8GB!


Does anyone know how many PCI slots this has (for soundcards, wifi etc)?

(Students) HP OMEN Accelerator Shell £166.32 (+ 3 Year Warranty) External GPU Dock USB-C  with HDD / SSD Slot @ HP Store
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
£189 with Student Account but if you build a bundle with HP 3 Year Care Pack with Pickup and Return Service, price is £166.32 delivered. Product codes: 1QY70EA + UC994Ex 1 … Read more

TOP MAN!!!! ;)


should work in any board with a TB3 header, most mid-high x99 and z170 boards from the larger brands do (asus, gb, asrock)


Hmm, as far as I can tell all these add-in cards need a TB header on your motherboard as well as PCI-E 4x. If so they're not compatible with generic motherboards, but I haven't seen anyone try them without the header. Of course my old system doesn't have it but it's also too good to throw out, dual sandybridge xeons!


https://www.scan.co.uk/products/gigabyte-gc-alpine-ridge-10-card-thunderbolt-3-certified-add-in-card little pricey but not bad. Honestly with the cost of a dock making a new build entirely wouldn't be that much. something not ancient but still very capable... i7-3930k's (6core 12thread) are regularly under 100 on ebay, x79 boards can be difficult to find but not very. still DDR3 so you wont have to spent a grand on 16gb of ram (and probably have some ddr3 lying around already) and have a card running at full 16x without a bottleneck. if you're interested in looking into an overhaul, message me what you have and i can show you an idea of how much you could improve it on the cheap than just using this for a temporary boost (if your cpu/ram/hdd don't bottleneck it even more than the 4x limitation)


Overview section: "Compatible with Windows®-based PCs with Thunderbolt™ 3 port."

HP OMEN X 35-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor (Nvidia G-Sync 3440 x 1440 Pixel Ultra-wide Quad HD (UWQHD) 4ms 100Hz Refresh Rate @ Amazon.es delivered - £610.98
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
GET LOST IN THE GAME , See what your graphics card is really made of on this curved 35" diagonal UWQHD 21:9 display. MAXIMUM AGILITY , Never let a display disrupt your winning str… Read more

Very glad I went with this, it’s a wonderful thing. £16 for the Hp care pack for 3 years pick up


I’m sick an idiot, I placed an order for one but went in the next day to cancel it as I wanted to find it from another CC (cheaper currency fees), the e-mail that came through actually said it failed to cancel it yet I didn’t take the time to read it I assumed it was cancelled. Long story short I have 2 delivered. Does anyone near Sheffield want to purchase one please, the boxes are massive.


still waiting for links to, 'Better monitors for the same price' (annoyed)


Bad experience then you had :) Sucks getting faulty goods


He said... or 1440p alternative.

HP OMEN 17-an012na Laptop,  i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB, GTX 1050, 17.3”, £669.95 from John Lewis
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Gaming laptop, SSD and RAM upgrade available. Display17.3" FHD Antiglare flat 60Hz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 x 2GB Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels Bang & Olufsen; HP Audio … Read more



If you like laptops then look for business class laptops, built much better than consumer laptop's.


Agreed. My lappy was from pcspecialist a few years ago and still going strong.


Point noted buddy. Sorry, the one I have is a much higher spec. It's not relevant for this thread..


Went in store to check this laptop out in Trafford Centre only to find they just sold the last one :( walked away with the 15.6" screen version for £499 as a clearance sale!

HP OMEN 17-an012na Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, 17.3”, Shadow Black HP - £749.99 @ John Lewis
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Clearance Reduced by £250.00 at John Lewis to £749.99.
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But that would be a different product entirely. The 2 items posted above are gaming laptops. I see the point you are TRYING to make but it's not the same. The guy above posted an alternative gaming laptop and got flamed for nothing. If it's not for you fine, move on. But don't slate someone for trying to help.


May as well post a smartphone deal then, as some people will be more flexible on screen size and specs than others.


You can't expect people to post deals with identical specs. The guy posted another laptop deal. I see no issue. Maybe YOU need a 17" screen but not everyone else will and may be flexible on screen size for a better GPU.


Yeah I understand that you aren't interested in under 17" screens, along with others but not everyone looking at this deal cares only about 17" screens. Just saying.


But the OP posted a deal about a 17" laptop, hence my interest. Not interested in anything other than that, so not sure why people fee the need to post a link to a smaller laptops. As the late Terry Wogan used to say, Is it me?

HP OMEN 17" i7 7700HQ GTX 1070 8GB RAM 120Hz £1180 Amazon France
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
**AZERTY Keyboard Layout** Sold by Amazon France. Still a fairly good price I think. Equipped with Intel Core i7-7700HQ Processor 2.8 Ghz Storage and Memory: 8 GB RAM, Hybrid (Ha… Read more

I think that has 1060 this has 1070


Horses for courses, not all laptops are meant to be lugged around


Wrong keyboard... But a beast of a machine. Bought it from john lewis before xmas for £999 with a FREE VR headset and hand controllers. Biggest bargain ever. Copes well with all my design software - not had illustrator crash or slow once ... and the vr is amazing. Is this a good deal..? Probably not.


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