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- Processor: Intel Core i9-10900K CPU – 3.7GHz
- Graphics: NVIDIA RTX 3080 with 10GB memory (up to RTX 3090 graphics with 24GB memory).
- Memory: 32GB (up to 64GB available)
- Storage: WD Black 2 TB NVMe + 2TB Seagate HDD
- Wireless: Wifi 6 and Bluetooth 5
- Power supply: Cooler Master 750W
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The OMEN’s hardware, mixed with the HP Omen gaming hub or light studio software, creates the package which is at least competitive with the most that the likes of other opponents have to provide. If you skip the unnecessary upcharge for the questionably cooled Intel core i9-10900K, the HP Omen 30L is an excellent choice for your following top-end gaming PC – offered you might seek it in stock at an affordable cost.
- The design is fancy
- The build is powerful
- It offers famous name-brand parts.
- Bloatware attempted to make us take Bing
- You can face persistent stock problems.
In brief, HP’s Omen 30L seems fabulous and is a good top-end gamer in the configuration with RTX 3080 or RTX 3090. However, you might want to set aside time to take out the bloatware. And provided the limited cooling, you might perhaps stick with something less than 10900K CPU in the review unit.
HP Omen 30L configure review
There is nothing that veers suddenly from the prebuilt gaming PC norm with HP’s Omen 30L, but it is particularly fine. Rather than something like a huge cube, the Omen 30L is a traditional mid-tower and equipped with fundamental black, or left side panels.
In spite of the sturdy glass front, the airflow might not be a key matter since the case’s front brings metal mesh sides that are more than double inches wide and operate between top and bottom. When lesser CPUs might be better with the 120mm AIO included there, HP conveyed the Omen with a core i9-10900K that can be well-served by a huge radiator.
Thanks to a huge diamond-shaped RGB light above the Omen branding, the front carries a distinctive, and perfect look.
Components and upgradeability
The fan seems great and never got noticeably loud through our test. However, the front fan’s lighting can not sync with the system’s rest, or at least it can’t with the extra HP Omen gaming hub software. Next, the software prompted us to download a beta version of Light studio, which can coordinate flawlessly the RGB from the diamond-shaped Omen light on the front. As with most top-end PCs we have glanced at around some recent months, HP combines an available top-end mainstream Intel CPU with our existing ideal graphic card selection like RTX 3080 or RTX 3090. That time around the plant is playing up its usage of best brands in its different parts as well.
With the assistance of a combination in our configuration of Intel’s high-end client-oriented core i9-10900K and our available ideal graphics cards option, Nvidia’s stellar RTX 3080, HP’s newest Omen is the gaming powerhouse in the review configuration. However, it can not usually defeat against similarly configured systems we have checked recently, such as Corsair Vengeance i7200, or the Alienware R12.
Besides, the Omen gets its most particular challenge in the PC battle with the iBuypower IWBG207 that can combine the core i9-10900KF. You should note that the iBuypower system brings less RAM and storage capacity than the Omen brand.
For instance, as for Tomb Raider, the high-end CPU and high graphics card conveyed great efficiency, but only enough pixel-pushing capability to land it behind the similarly configured system. Next, when it comes to Far Cry, the Omen controlled to tie the iBuypower PC around full HD resolution but dropped further behind at 4K resolution.
Next, GTA (Grand Theft Auto V) with high settings can reflect the trend flipped again, witnessing the Omen and iBuypower around 4K resolution, but the Omen 30L gaming PC can fall back at prebuilt 4K gaming Pc.
Thanks to its combination of a top-end GPU and CPU, along with 32GB of RAM, and the SSD; the Omen 30L can excel at efficiency. According to Geekbench, we realized the same trends as in gaming. All systems were near, and the single-core outcomes witnessed the Omen defeat the Alienware systems mildly. However, with the multi-core test, HP’s machine can land quickly, though not by a lot.
Apart from it, the Omen 30L can seem great in the handbrake test, in which it can tie anything else out there, and save with iBuypower that was oddly 16 seconds as well.
Software and warranty
The Omen brand can convey with a bit of additional software, but the company at least does the best job of ensuring it might not get in this way. There is even HP’s gaming hub software that can sort out the games from various stores in a single place, make you snap screenshots, or control the RGB.
There is a suite of HP applications (Smart App, and PC hardware Diagnostics) which mostly stayed out of the way. Certainly, there is a better dose of Windows 10’s own craft such as Netflix, and Hulu.
In spite of all that, we were blissfully unaware of that gunk during taking the system, as it particularly stayed out of sight and out of mind. But then, literally, as we were testing the programs in writing the paragraph, we received a notification which one among HP’s applications has updated, and the window popped up taking up Bing’s “Smart search”, pre-choosing double boxes asking for alteration default search and the browser’s homepage to Bing.
Finally, HP sells the Omen 30L gaming PC with a one-year standard warranty.
HP sent us an odd config of the Omen 30L, and it’s also a strange time to particularly purchase one among those systems as we write that. However, HP even points out that there is a similar Amazon GT13 config which is claimed to sell on Amazon. It can move the CPU down mildly to 10850K and halves the SSD to 1TB while leaving various parts the same.
Next, most of the choices related to HP.com were even sold out, and save for a few with traditional gen NVIDIA 20-series cards and lower-end versions with the modest AMD RX 5500 graphics card.
When stock returns to a semblance of normal, HP manufacturer claims it might provide all the available gen NVIDIA cards. At some point, the plant might provide you with AMD’s Ryzen 5000 CPUs and RX 6000 GPUs. However, the company might not get particular on when the newest AMD silicon might be a choice in the Omen 30L.
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5 months ago
Maybe someone can help me before I call HP support like a loser. I have the HP 30L omen with the Ryzen 5. After trying to add RAM and a bigger CPU cooler, the only thing the computer will do is beep at me when I turn it on. No picture. The beeping tone code it’s giving me is telling me it’s a RAM issue, except I’ve reseated the RAM very firmly multiple times, blown out the sockets to make sure they are clean, tried placing the original RAM back in, even took the cooler off and checked all around it and ensured the CPU is securely seated (which I never had to unplug it in the first place) I’ve tried taking the CMOS plug out to reset it, but nothing seems to bring it back to life. I’m not smart about these things. The cooler I was adding is the noctua air cooler. And the ram was T-FORCE 2x16GB RAM.
Kristoffer Alberto Barrera
5 months ago
Reply to Dan Proctor
I’m a little new myself, but for the beeps I would guess ram issue first, or no cpu fan recognition from motherboard with the new cooling system if it beeps with oem ram. Unfortunately I feel with these pc’s the upgrade path would be best starting with the motherboard, but check ram compatibility with that specific motherboard and it should upgrade fine if the ram is functioning properly.
5 months ago
So if I have a prebuilt (HP OMEN 30L) that I got a good deal on during the graphics card crisis, and want to do a case swap because frankly the cooling in this thing sucks, what’s involved in doing that? Is there anything manufacturers do to make this process more difficult than it needs to be to dissuade people from doing this exact thing?
5 months ago
Need some help, I have a hp omen 30l gt13-1074 with a amd ryzen 5 5600G processor 1tb ssd and a 16gb memory, also has a rx580 8gb gpu. I’m using it for only a couple games, warzone and atlas, both of them crash after I load in, sometimes it does it as soon as the main screen loads and sometimes after I play a few minutes. I’m new to computers and going nuts trying to find out what’s wrong, any help would be greatly appreciated.
5 months ago
Reply to James Shackelford
Have you updated your drivers?
5 months ago
Reply to Pedro Maurício
I believe I updated everything I was supposed to
4 months ago
HP Omen 30L Desktop Computer, Intel 10700k, 16GB Hyper X RAM, 512 GB NVME SSD, 750 Watt Power Supply, and liquid cooled.
No graphics card. This computer requires a dedicated graphics card.
Computer is in like new condition. I purchased this computer just for the graphics card to upgrade my custom built PC.
- Prebuilt: $500 - $600 - $700 - $800 - $1000 - $1200 - $1500 - $2000 - 2500 - $3000 - $5000
- Custom built computer: RTX 2060 - RTX 3060Ti - Rtx 3070 - RTX 3080 - Rtx 3090 - Gaming pcs for streaming - 4K Gaming - Intel i9 Gaming PC - Pc For Fortnite
- Brand: Asus Prebuilt - HP Pavilion - Alienware Gaming - Dell Gaming PCs
- CPU: Cpu Cooler - LGA 1150 CPU - Am3+ Cpu - Cpu For Gtx 1080 Ti -
- Motherboard: Z390 Motherboard - Motherboard For Intel I5 - Motherboard For Intel 12th - X470 Motherboard - Amd Motherboards - Am4 X370 Motherboard - Motherboard For Ryzen 5 - AM4 Motherboard
- Memory & Storage: DDR4 - DDR5 - Ram For Ryzen 3700x - M 2 Nvme Ssd - HDD
- Video Card: Gpu For Ryzen 5 - Graphics Card For Mining - Gpu For 5600x
- Power Supply: Corsair Power Supply - 1000w Psu - Power Supply (PSU) for gaming
- Monitor: Gaming Monitor With Hdmi 2.1 - 49 Inch Monitor - Curved Gaming Monitor - Monitor For Mac - 1440p Monitor - Monitor For Gaming - Super Ultrawide Monitor - Console Gaming Monitors 4k
- Case Fan: 80mm Case - RGB case fans
- PC case: micro-ATX cases - Airflow PC Case - Lian Li White - Thermaltake
- Accessories: HDMI splitter for dual monitors