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HP OMEN X Desktop 900-010, 011, 030 data sheets

Finding the best PC gaming desktop is always a hard task because there are always many factors you need to consider. However, in the past it has always been a cheaper option to build your own, although you do have to make certain sacrifices, such as the lack of after-sales care. This is where the HP OMEN X comes in.

Many gamers do like to go for a rig that is out of the ordinary, and so the OMEN X could be just what you have been waiting for. You can see from the images on HP that this is not your usual design because there is nothing traditional about it from the outside.

What we do like is the fact that HP has not designed the OMEN X to conform to a certain standard, as it has just one task in mind, and that is to be a gaming PC with impressive features.

HP OMEN X Desktop specifications

Three options – While most of the HP OMEN X Desktop specs are pretty much the same, there are a few options for you to choose from. These are the 900-010, 900-011, and 900-030. You can download the date sheets for each setup to know just what you will be getting, such as the main specifications, along with an overview.

For more details, along with pricing and also what accessories are available, then please visit HP.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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