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If you've got a whole bunch of money and you want a gaming PC, HP wants to know you. Its unconventional Omen X cube PC case is on show at PAX Australia in Melbourne this weekend, and you can see all the high-end kit inside and the bells and whistles that it boasts.

Image Cache: Built by the custom gaming PC team at Maingear, this unique cross-shaped PC case for HP's high-performance Omen X is a water-cooled, SLI graphics card, factory-overclocked, custom-painted monster. If you have the free desk space for it, it'll make a lasting impression -- and you can make it yours for as little as $US3000.

Got a shiny new Oculus Rift or HTC Vive? Then you need a powerful gaming-ready computer that can run your VR headset's demanding high-res, high-refresh displays. But there's a problem -- your big, bulky PC isn't exactly portable, and VR requires cables. Enter HP's new concept Omen X, a gaming PC stuffed into a laptopesque form factor, moulded to wear as a backpack, and fitted with hot-swappable batteries.