In the absence of traditional events, right are the online presentations. Companies have to continue “normal life” when it comes to presenting their new products, and the latest has been HP introducing the renewed Omen family. This time, we do not have laptops, but two high-end hp omen gaming desktop, the HP Omen 25L, and HP Omen 30L.
HP radically changed its PC policy a few years ago. When he took over the Omen brand, he began to understand better what tabletop players were looking for and therefore began building more customizable towers than before. Now, the company presents its new 27i Gaming Monitor and its most customizable desktop computers to date, as well as the most powerful. These are the HP Omen 25L Desktop and Omen 30L Desktop:
Omen 25L and 35L
Processor: Up to Intel’s 10th Gen i9K
Up to AMD 3rd Gen Ryzen 9
GPU: Up to RTX 2080 Ti
Up to AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT
RAM Memory: Up to 64 GB DDR4 at 3,200 MHz
Storage: Up to 2TB WD-Black M.2 PCIe
RAID0 configuration option
Dissipation Option for liquid or air dissipation
Front 120mm RGB fan only in 30L
Wi-Fi 6 wireless connection
Power supply: Up to 750W Cooler Master 80 Plus Platinum
If we go to the configuration options, we have two Desktop, three in practice, which can configure with the maximum of both Intel and AMD. It is good news that we no longer only have the options of the Intel-Nvidia pairing and that AMD has managed to put the little leg on the market, again.
Thus, we can make an HP omen gaming desktop with processors up to i9-10900K of 10 cores with frequency up to 5.3 GHz. Or an AMD Ryzen up to 9 3900 with 12 centers and a maximum rate of 4.3 GHz. We can choose, Besides, graphics up to Nvidia’s RTX 2080 Ti, with real-time ray tracing, or AMD’s RX 5700 XT.
Something that HP confirmed in the presentation of the new equipment is that we can have an Intel + GPU AMD or an AMD + GPU Nvidia without any problem. We will not be limited in choosing the desired combination of Intel, Nvidia, and AMD.
The Omen 25L Desktop is the most basic and features the RGB LED logo on the front, as well as a brushed aluminum texture. It does not have a transparent side door since that is something reserved for another of the 25L and 30L models. The 25L Desktop with an open side door has internal RGB lighting, and the 30L Desktop, in addition to this interior RGB lighting, has a front fan with RGB lighting behind a tempered glass front.
Dissipation is significant to the new Omen, and so they have made some changes both internally and externally. They have raised the equipment somewhat with 15-millimeter rubber feet to let more fresh airflow. Also, they have separated the GPU from the power supply.
HP Omen 35L
In previous-generation Omen, there was little space between these two components. They are two of the most heated on a PC. So it was not something that benefited neither the graphics nor the font. There is no more room for indoor air to circulate more effectively.
HP Omen 25L and 30L Desktop launch and pricing
As we see, HP gives us the tools to create a compelling and tremendously customizable “brand” equipment. The launch of these towers begins today in the HP store. Regarding the price of the Omen 25L Desktop and 30L Desktop. It starts at $ 899.99 for the 25L and $ 1,199.99 for the 30L.
Renovated Omen Command Center with local streaming
In addition to hardware, HP has shown the new version of the Omen Command Center. It is, as the name suggests, HP’s control center for your computers. That, until now, made more sense on laptops than on desktops. With the new Omen Command Center, we can monitor all the parameters of our equipment. But also overclock, control the fans individually, stream what we run on the PC to the mobile, and control both internal and external RGB lighting.