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HP OMEN Obelisk Desktop: i9-9900k, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, RTX 2080 Ti EXPIRED

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Update: Price has slightly increased to $1916.99 after the instructions listed below.

HP.com has HP OMEN Obelisk Desktop (6FH15AV_1) on sale for $1,889.99 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks JBGoldman

Steps:
  1. On the product page here select "Customize & Buy".
  2. Select the following options:
    1. Under Processor select:
      • 9th generation Intel® Core™ i9-9900K Processor with liquid cooling +$320
    2. Under Memory select:
      • HyperX® 16 GB DDR4-2666 SDRAM (2 x 8 GB) +$150
    3. Under Storage select:
      • 256GB PCIe NVMe TLC SSD +$60
    4. Under Graphics Card select:
      • NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 2080Ti (11 GB GDDR6 dedicated) +$550
    5. Select 'Add to Cart'
  3. In your cart apply coupon code HOLIDAYPC10
  4. Your final total will be $1,889.99 with free shipping
Specs:
  • HP Shadow Black Tower w/ 750W 80+ Platinum Power Supply
  • Intel i9-9900k 3.6Ghz 8-Core / 16-Thread Desktop Processor w/ Liquid Cooling
  • 16GB (2x8GB) HyperX DDR4 2666MHz Memory
  • 256GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
  • Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB GDDR6 Graphics
  • HP Wired Keyboard & Mouse
  • Dual-Band 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.2
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
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More Budget friendly still good specs.
I7 9700k
8gb ram
256gb nvme
2080 super
$1349
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Just keep it as 1tb basic hard drive and buy a 1tb ssd to add on for $80. It'll be cheaper than upgrading to their 256 ssd
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Re. 2080TI. Unless you get an EVGA, the brand doesn't matter too much. EVGA stands out just because of their customer service, whereas people have varying experiences with pretty much all other brands. (Of course, some people have had bad CS experiences with EVGA too, but in general they are by far the best.) All brands have very good, and relatively poor cooling solutions, depending on which model you are getting. So really: if you are considering brand, it's pretty much "EVGA or anything else". Then decide whether you want an A-chip (binned, and factory overclocked) or a non A-chip. Performance will typically be 3ish% apart, but no more than 5%. From there on, decide on how much you care about acoustics - in terms of performance, silicon lottery will have a bigger effect that thermals, so don't get too hung up on a few Hz difference because of downclocking. Edit: blower style cards might be the exception to this as they really don't perform well, and will lower your clock rate and performance considerably on the order of 10-15% and are really only sensible under very specific conditions.

All that said, you do not get manufacturer warranty if you buy a pre-built. So if you definitely are going the pre-built route, your main considerations should be A-chip or not, and acoustics. I haven't seen any convincing evidence that one brand has a higher fail rate than others (but if someone has that, please do share), so if I were you, I would not consider brand a factor.
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Slightly better price than what I paid for in August.
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Damn, this is a really good price
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Better than what I paid individually by almost double. Not sure about what the mother board, ram (b-die or what).

I def don't need this at all, but for people seriously considering, make sure to research the specific gpu for cooling etc.
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Doesn't this chassis have massive cooling issues?
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Doesn't this chassis have massive cooling issues?
The 2080ti is a blower design and yes the chassis is way to small to effectively cool all the components. The motherboard is also another weak link in this. I ended up changing to a new case so I could put an aftermarket cooler on the 2080 ti.
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More Budget friendly still good specs.
I7 9700k
8gb ram
256gb nvme
2080 super
$1349
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Just keep it as 1tb basic hard drive and buy a 1tb ssd to add on for $80. It'll be cheaper than upgrading to their 256 ssd
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Drop the ram/ssd to cheapest and you got a i9/2080ti for $1700. A good ram is $80 and ssd~$100 for 1tb
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I want to get i9 9900K and RTX 2080 Ti but I have no clue about what motherboard model and GPU brand. So I talked with HP customer service and this is the specs of this PC
https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/omen-by-hp-875-0000-obelisk-desktop-pc-series/23302709/model/23302710/document/c06385081

as you see this PC has a crappy HP "Shire" motherboard and I still don't know what brand of the GPU either. so it's No for me
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I want to get i9 9900K and RTX 2080 Ti but I have no clue about what motherboard model and GPU brand. So I talked with HP customer service and this is the specs of this PC
https://support.hp.com/us-en/prod.../c06385081

as you see this PC has a crappy HP "Shire" motherboard and I still don't know what brand of the GPU either. so it's No for me
Re. 2080TI. Unless you get an EVGA, the brand doesn't matter too much. EVGA stands out just because of their customer service, whereas people have varying experiences with pretty much all other brands. (Of course, some people have had bad CS experiences with EVGA too, but in general they are by far the best.) All brands have very good, and relatively poor cooling solutions, depending on which model you are getting. So really: if you are considering brand, it's pretty much "EVGA or anything else". Then decide whether you want an A-chip (binned, and factory overclocked) or a non A-chip. Performance will typically be 3ish% apart, but no more than 5%. From there on, decide on how much you care about acoustics - in terms of performance, silicon lottery will have a bigger effect that thermals, so don't get too hung up on a few Hz difference because of downclocking. Edit: blower style cards might be the exception to this as they really don't perform well, and will lower your clock rate and performance considerably on the order of 10-15% and are really only sensible under very specific conditions.

All that said, you do not get manufacturer warranty if you buy a pre-built. So if you definitely are going the pre-built route, your main considerations should be A-chip or not, and acoustics. I haven't seen any convincing evidence that one brand has a higher fail rate than others (but if someone has that, please do share), so if I were you, I would not consider brand a factor.
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Anyone seen a better current BF value for a casual gamer build as below?

OMEN Obelisk Desktop PC - 875-1045ma;

https://store.hp.com/us/en/Config...quantity=1

Specs
AMD Ryzen™ 5 3600 Processor (a $40 upcharge from the 3500)
HyperX® 8 GB DDR4-2666 SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)
1 TB 7200 rpm SATA
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti (6 GB GDDR6 dedicated)

This system would be $789+tax.
If you have a Chase Ink card with the HP 20% credit, seems that you'd get a pretty decent rig for around $630+tax. Upgrade on your own with an SSD and another 8GB stick of RAM, and this seems like a winner. Would appreciate any feedback!
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Kinda looking at this one too for $1530 after coupon. (Was 1699)

https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/om...c-880-175x

UPDATE: I ended up getting Obelisk with 9700k and 2080S for $1200. Was coming up $1296 but I called HP and they took it down to $1200.
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