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[Tom'sH.] HP Reveals New Gaming Rig and its First 27-Inch AIO PC

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HP has introduced a 27-inch All-in-One PC along with a new gaming rig featuring AMD's 8-core FX-8100 CPU.
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According to HP, the AIO will sport a 27-inch 1080p LED-backlit display constructed with edge-to-edge glass. The base $1200 model will reportedly provide a 2.5 GHz Sandy Bridge Core i5-2400S processor, integrated graphics, 6 GB of RAM and two USB 3.0 ports.
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Additional reports indicate that the base model [of the gaming rig] will feature an 8-core AMD FX-8100 processor, 8 GB of RAM, a 160 GB SSD, and a Radeon 7670 GPU with 1 GB of VRAM. For fans of Intel, there's also a version that uses an X79 motherboard packed with CPUs like the Core i7-3960X.
Well a lil bit on the pricey side but doesnt see too bad for AIO, and the gaming right is quite meh due to 7670 but the 160g ssd sounds nice!thumb.gif

LOOKS LIKE TOM'S HARDWARE GOT THEIR FACTS WRONG mad.gif(and ppl are blaming me for it)
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Moving on to a different category entirely, HP also unveiled the Pavilion HPE Phoenix h9 for the US market -- not its inaugural enthusiast tower, to be sure, but definitely the first to bear the consumer-y Pavilion name. Though the red accents and "armor-plated" design would suggest otherwise, HP's quick to market this not as a gaming rig, but a prosumer machine. Whatever you want to call it, you'll find specs worthy of power uses: a choice of Intel's latest X79 processors or AMD's eight-core chips, NVIDIA GTX 580 / AMD Radeon 7670 graphics and four DIMM slots capable of accommodating 16GB of RAM and up to three hard drives.
GTX 580?
Edited by StormXLR - 1/7/12 at 12:06am
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Why would they couple a 3960x with a 7670 for gaming?? They should use a 2500k + a cheaper mobo, and get a 7970 instead:P
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Source?

EDIT: Green text fooled me
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Why would they couple a 3960x with a 7670 for gaming?? They should use a 2500k + a cheaper mobo, and get a 7970 instead:P
I hope they mistook a 9 for a 6 rolleyes.gif
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post #5 of 50
horrible deal as always. good job HP.

1. 27" AIO that's somehow a worse buy than an imac

2. "gaming" PC with budget GPU + Crapdozer or budget GPU + needlessly expensive 12 thread cpu
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this is why i am glad i got mine from a beta test, hehe
thank you dell for the inspiron 2320!!!
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post #7 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by FLCLimax View Post

horrible deal as always. good job HP.
1. 27" AIO that's somehow a worse buy than an imac
2. "gaming" PC with budget GPU + Crapdozer or budget GPU + needlessly expensive 12 thread cpu

and at the end of the day who is still making millions off mindless customers biggrin.gif. be happy almost all users on OCN are part of the smart crowd. thumb.gif
    
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They seem to be trying to bring out a product to compete with the 27 inch iMac and it's not looking so good. It looks horrible and the specs don't seem that great for $1200. I wonder if they'll offer any half decent GPUs? They don't with the smaller models.
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So. Much. Fail.
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For the very least it should be 7770. 7670 is just so much fail.
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