AMD recently blew the whistle about Windows 10’s release date, and today, karma strikes back or so, as HP announces a new gaming system coming this June with an R9 380 GFX card inside.
The system equipped with the R9 380 appears to be HP’s Envy Phoenix Desktop Gaming Unit – a mid tower that could offer overclocking options to the buyers starting at $899 USD. The system utilizes a microATX board featuring an Intel Z97 chipset.
Other options includes a 128GB or 512GB SSDs, while CPUs could be either an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 CPU. Cooling option is a mandatory AIO closed loop which should do its job without any worries. Expect the system to be released this June 10, 2015.