HP has debuted a new Omen desktop lineup, 25L and 30L, with enhanced specifications and a clean new design that eliminates the edgy aesthetic of gamers for something a little smoother. Compared to desktop designs Omen who are older than HP – specifically, one we call the Death Cube – the new design is far less divisive and far more elegant.
It gets rid of the striking old logo and simplifies the look of the chassis. Sure, you can adjust the LED to display whatever color you like, but what’s important, even that looks smoother than HP’s past approach to desktop design. Aside from the aesthetics, these machines need to be better in order to stay cool, because HP makes the foot of the case almost four times higher to allow for better air flow.
The two new 2020 desktops are named based on how many liters are in each capacity – admittedly a strange way to describe the model. They are each pitch black, though spending more will give you several designs such as glass siding to expose internal lighting and a blazing front chassis fan.
Lineups start at $ 899.99 for the HP Omen 25L, although it will be more expensive if you want to increase the default specifications. These specifications include Intel Core i5-10400 or AMD Ryzen 5-3500 processor to start. For graphics, it has an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 or AMD Radeon RX 5500. This machine has 8GB of HyperX Fury DDR4-3200MHz RAM, WD Black M.2 NVMe 256GB SSD, and a Cooler Master Bronze 500W power supply (HP clearly tries to carry more component maker to flip for newly built desktops).
These are all decent specifications if you are willing to play the most demanding PC games in moderate graphics settings, but you will need more GPU power, more RAM, and more storage (along with a stronger power supply, in most cases. ) to play the latest and upcoming games in their highest settings.
If you want a bigger case and better specifications without changing the default configuration, the HP Omen 30L might speed you up even more. Starting at $ 1,199.99, and for the price it features an AMD Ryzen 5-3600 processor, AMD Radeon RX 5700XT GPU; and matches the RAM, storage and power supply specifications of the basic 25L model. Choosing an Intel Core i5-10600K and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics card made the price reach $ 1,299.99, even though the version that was built was exactly the same. HP also supports Ryzen 7-3700X processor for Omen 30L, if you prefer to have an AMD CPU.
There is also a high-end 30L Omen configuration that costs $ 1,999.99. It features an Intel Core i7-10700K processor and Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 Super graphics card, along with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage. The power supply also gets a boost from what is available in the $ 1,199 model to the 750W Platinum Cooler Master model.
The two latest HP Omen desktop sizes will be available starting tomorrow, May 5, from HP directly.
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