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These HP Obelisks have bad airflow don't they?
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These HP Obelisks have bad airflow don't they?
Yes. 80mm single exhaust fan. No intake.
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In case you want to build one with better motherboard, better case, better GPU and better PSU quality:
About the same price if you were to build it yourself, but if you build it yourself you get better parts & more customizable addressable RGB lighting including RAM and mobo using Black Friday/ Cyber monday pricing:

CPU: i9-9900K - $471 - Amazon.
Mobo: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro Wifi - $159 AR - Newegg <--- most reliable board according to Pudget System.
RAM: 32gb of 3200mhz RAM such as the G Skill Ripjaws on newegg for $130 (could be lower)
Cooler: Scythe Fuma 2 - $60 - Amazon - probably better than this AIO.
Case fans: Darkflash Aurora 3x addressable RGB fans - $28 - newegg.
GPU: EVGA 2080 Super for $649.
SSD: 1Tb NVME Intel 660p for $82 - newegg cyber monday.
Case: Deepcool Mattrex 70 - $32 after code - newegg on Black Friday - pretty nice case with 3 side glass including front and 2 side.
PSU: EVGA G5 850W Gold fully modular - $70 After coupon After Rebate - Newegg

Roughly $1700.
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Yes. 80mm single exhaust fan. No intake.
Does that make it run worse? Sorry idk much about computers
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Does that make it run worse? Sorry idk much about computers
For reference nobody use a single 80mm fan anymore. That is only appropriate for office computer. ALienware use 120mm fans, Cyberpower PC, all the walmart Pc use 120mm fan. And they usually have an intake fan too.

Over-heating kills PC components. It may not affect your speed at first but eventually it will and it will affect the longevity of your product. May want to buy at least 3 year warranty.
- 80mm fans.
- Blower Rtx 2080 Super.
- No intake fans.
- 9900K on a 120mm AIO.

I don't know about HP and I can't speak whether you will have a good or bad experience, or whether this one can last. It can last 10 year or it can last less than 1 year. But if I am going to spend this much money on this powerful components I'm not going to go with that kind of cooling.
Again, a remedy is to get extra warranty for as long as you plan to own the PC.
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For reference nobody use a single 80mm fan anymore. That is only appropriate for office computer. ALienware use 120mm fans, Cyberpower PC, all the walmart Pc use 120mm fan. And they usually have an intake fan too.

Over-heating kills PC components. It may not affect your speed at first but eventually it will and it will affect the longevity of your product. May want to buy at least 3 year warranty.
- 80mm fans.
- Blower Rtx 2080 Super.
- No intake fans.
- 9900K on a 120mm AIO.

I don't know about HP and I can't speak whether you will have a good or bad experience, or whether this one can last. It can last 10 year or it can last less than 1 year. But if I am going to spend this much money on this powerful components I'm not going to go with that kind of cooling.
Again, a remedy is to get extra warranty for as long as you plan to own the PC.
Thanks for the help! Do you think all the other components are good besides the case? Could I buy another case and put this in that?
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In case you want to build one with better motherboard, better case, better GPU and better PSU quality:
About the same price if you were to build it yourself, but if you build it yourself you get better parts & more customizable addressable RGB lighting including RAM and mobo using Black Friday/ Cyber monday pricing:

CPU: i9-9900K - $471 - Amazon.
Mobo: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro Wifi - $159 AR - Newegg <--- most reliable board according to Pudget System.
RAM: 32gb of 3200mhz RAM such as the G Skill Ripjaws on newegg for $130 (could be lower)
Cooler: Scythe Fuma 2 - $60 - Amazon - probably better than this AIO.
Case fans: Darkflash Aurora 3x addressable RGB fans - $28 - newegg.
GPU: EVGA 2080 Super for $649.
SSD: 1Tb NVME Intel 660p for $82 - newegg cyber monday.
Case: Deepcool Mattrex 70 - $32 after code - newegg on Black Friday - pretty nice case with 3 side glass including front and 2 side.
PSU: EVGA G5 850W Gold fully modular - $70 After coupon After Rebate - Newegg

Roughly $17
Quote from tuanmle
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In case you want to build one with better motherboard, better case, better GPU and better PSU quality:
About the same price if you were to build it yourself, but if you build it yourself you get better parts & more customizable addressable RGB lighting including RAM and mobo using Black Friday/ Cyber monday pricing:

CPU: i9-9900K - $471 - Amazon.
Mobo: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro Wifi - $159 AR - Newegg <--- most reliable board according to Pudget System.
RAM: 32gb of 3200mhz RAM such as the G Skill Ripjaws on newegg for $130 (could be lower)
Cooler: Scythe Fuma 2 - $60 - Amazon - probably better than this AIO.
Case fans: Darkflash Aurora 3x addressable RGB fans - $28 - newegg.
GPU: EVGA 2080 Super for $649.
SSD: 1Tb NVME Intel 660p for $82 - newegg cyber monday.
Case: Deepcool Mattrex 70 - $32 after code - newegg on Black Friday - pretty nice case with 3 side glass including front and 2 side.
PSU: EVGA G5 850W Gold fully modular - $70 After coupon After Rebate - Newegg

Roughly $1700.
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In case you want to build one with better motherboard, better case, better GPU and better PSU quality:
About the same price if you were to build it yourself, but if you build it yourself you get better parts & more customizable addressable RGB lighting including RAM and mobo using Black Friday/ Cyber monday pricing:

CPU: i9-9900K - $471 - Amazon.
Mobo: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro Wifi - $159 AR - Newegg <--- most reliable board according to Pudget System.
RAM: 32gb of 3200mhz RAM such as the G Skill Ripjaws on newegg for $130 (could be lower)
Cooler: Scythe Fuma 2 - $60 - Amazon - probably better than this AIO.
Case fans: Darkflash Aurora 3x addressable RGB fans - $28 - newegg.
GPU: EVGA 2080 Super for $649.
SSD: 1Tb NVME Intel 660p for $82 - newegg cyber monday.
Case: Deepcool Mattrex 70 - $32 after code - newegg on Black Friday - pretty nice case with 3 side glass including front and 2 side.
PSU: EVGA G5 850W Gold fully modular - $70 After coupon After Rebate - Newegg

Roughly $1700.
Need to include the price for OS.
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Thanks for the help! Do you think all the other components are good besides the case? Could I buy another case and put this in that?
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Other than the case, the 2080 Super blower may not be the best, but would be acceptable. But the motherboard is very limited. It is almost like a mini-ITX mobo but in mATX size. I do not know about the OC performance or quality of the board, but the rear IO is very lacking compare to mid range/ high end board or comparing to the board in the Alienware Aurora. But if all you do is game, putting it to another case after the warranty expire is okay.
Case: $50, fan $30 when not on sale. Good Z390 board (not needed unless you need the extra PCIE) runs you $170 like the Gigabyte Aorus Pro Wifi.
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Need to include the price for OS.
We can do the ebay route which is very cheap, as cheap as few bucks. Or get a volume license key from school/ work.
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Other than the case, the 2080 Super blower may not be the best, but would be acceptable. But the motherboard is very limited. It is almost like a mini-ITX mobo but in mATX size. I do not know about the OC performance or quality of the board, but the rear IO is very lacking compare to mid range/ high end board or comparing to the board in the Alienware Aurora. But if all you do is game, putting it to another case after the warranty expire is okay.
Case: $50, fan $30 when not on sale. Good Z390 board (not needed unless you need the extra PCIE) runs you $170 like the Gigabyte Aorus Pro Wifi.

We can do the ebay route which is very cheap, as cheap as few bucks. Or get a volume license key from school/ work.
Thanks for all the information!
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Yes. 80mm single exhaust fan. No intake.
It looks like they have a 120mm AIO water cooler radiator that exhausts out the top too, but that's still pretty mediocre.
Quote from tuanmle
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In case you want to build one with better motherboard, better case, better GPU and better PSU quality:
About the same price if you were to build it yourself, but if you build it yourself you get better parts & more customizable addressable RGB lighting including RAM and mobo using Black Friday/ Cyber monday pricing:

CPU: i9-9900K - $471 - Amazon.
Mobo: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro Wifi - $159 AR - Newegg <--- most reliable board according to Pudget System.
RAM: 32gb of 3200mhz RAM such as the G Skill Ripjaws on newegg for $130 (could be lower)
Cooler: Scythe Fuma 2 - $60 - Amazon - probably better than this AIO.
Case fans: Darkflash Aurora 3x addressable RGB fans - $28 - newegg.
GPU: EVGA 2080 Super for $649.
SSD: 1Tb NVME Intel 660p for $82 - newegg cyber monday.
Case: Deepcool Mattrex 70 - $32 after code - newegg on Black Friday - pretty nice case with 3 side glass including front and 2 side.
PSU: EVGA G5 850W Gold fully modular - $70 After coupon After Rebate - Newegg

Roughly $1700.
This assumes you're able to actually get all these at those prices.. plus, dealing with newegg? A lot of the stuff you order is liable to take a week to arrive. The cheapest 2080 super I can find right now is at least $700...

This is a pretty good price for someone who doesn't want to deal with building themselves & sourcing components from a bunch of different sites.
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It looks like they have a 120mm AIO water cooler radiator that exhausts out the top too, but that's still pretty mediocre.

This assumes you're able to actually get all these at those prices.. plus, dealing with newegg? A lot of the stuff you order is liable to take a week to arrive. The cheapest 2080 super I can find right now is at least $700...

This is a pretty good price for someone who doesn't want to deal with building themselves & sourcing components from a bunch of different sites.
oh I just assume that the slick deals crowd can wait a week for a good deal to arrive and don't mind browsing the web (basically Amazon and Newegg) for component.

2080 Super EVGA can be found for $649 after code ship & sold by newegg (it ran out now but it'll probably be back).
My experience with newegg is not bad (of course Amazon is better). Except for CPU, Mobo and VGA everything can be returned with no stocking fee and if u got free shipping the return label is free too.

A pre-built like this can be nice for someone who does not care about upgrade-ability.The cost for upgrade (due to incompatibility) and the cost to repair after warranty run out probably will be higher than a standard DIY build. As far as prebuilt go I would recommend an Alienware Aurora or a Cyberpower PC over a HP Omen Obelisk. Keep in mind with Dell and HP you're totally at their mercy for Bios update. Alienware Aurora R7 owner can not install a 9th gen chip even thou Intel support 9th gen on their Z370 chipset.
The good thing about this HP Obelisk is that it is quite compact and look nicer in person. The Aurora is bulkier (but has more I/O and more PCIE slots & upgradability) .

This is a good price but nothing spectacular as far as what I have seen on here. If you must have one now then I guess it's good for that but this model received a lot of complain about heat so one should know before dropping almost 2 grand after tax. My advice with all these prebuilt is to get at least 3 year warranty.
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In case you want to build one with better motherboard, better case, better GPU and better PSU quality:
About the same price if you were to build it yourself, but if you build it yourself you get better parts & more customizable addressable RGB lighting including RAM and mobo using Black Friday/ Cyber monday pricing:

CPU: i9-9900K - $471 - Amazon.
Mobo: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro Wifi - $159 AR - Newegg <--- most reliable board according to Pudget System.
RAM: 32gb of 3200mhz RAM such as the G Skill Ripjaws on newegg for $130 (could be lower)
Cooler: Scythe Fuma 2 - $60 - Amazon - probably better than this AIO.
Case fans: Darkflash Aurora 3x addressable RGB fans - $28 - newegg.
GPU: EVGA 2080 Super for $649.
SSD: 1Tb NVME Intel 660p for $82 - newegg cyber monday.
Case: Deepcool Mattrex 70 - $32 after code - newegg on Black Friday - pretty nice case with 3 side glass including front and 2 side.
PSU: EVGA G5 850W Gold fully modular - $70 After coupon After Rebate - Newegg

Roughly $1700.
Note that a legit Windows 10 license, which comes with the PC in the deal, is another ~$100 if you don't buy from a shady grey market reseller.
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Great deal for the specs, but the thermals look concerning. Probably can't sustain the max performance of these parts for long given the cooling setup.
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Need to include the price for OS.
You can get this for free from Microsoft and just not activate it, which is better than spending 100$ on Windows 10, the activation watermark isn't as annoying as people say
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