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HP OMEN 30L Desktop: i7-10700K, 16 GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, RTX 3080 EXPIRED

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HP Store has HP OMEN 30L Desktop (2H4A2AV_1) on sale for $1529.99 when you apply coupon code 10HOLIDAYGAMER2020. Shipping is free.

Thanks to community member incode for finding this deal.
  • Note: Estimated to ship 12/23/20
Steps:
  1. Visit the product page HERE
  2. Add the HP OMEN 30L Desktop to your cart.
  3. Continue to your cart
  4. Apply coupon code 10HOLIDAYGAMER2020
  5. Your total will be $1529.99 with free shipping
Specs:
  • Intel Core i7-10700K Processor (3.8 GHz up to 5.1 GHz, 16 MB L3 cache, 8 Cores)
    HyperX 16GB DDR4-3200 XMP SDRAM
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 10GB GDDR6X Dedicated Graphics
  • Realtek Wi-Fi 5 (2x2) + Bluetooth 5.0
  • 750W Power Supply
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64 bit)
  • Ports
    • Top:
      • 2x SuperSpeed USB Type-A
      • 1x Combination Headphone / Microphone Jack
    • Rear:
      • 1x SuperSpeed USB Type-C
      • 4x SuperSpeed USB Type-A
      • 2x USB 2.0 Type-A
      • 1x RJ-45

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HP has HP OMEN 30L Gaming Desktop on sale for $1529.99 with 10% coupon code 10HOLIDAYGAMER2020. Free shipping!

Comes out to $1,448 with EPP or student discount. I ordered it with 32 GB HyperX RGB memory and Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX upgrade for $1,600 after EPP discount.

Specs:
  • Intel Core i7-10700K Processor (3.8 GHz up to 5.1 GHz, 16 MB L3 cache, 8 Cores)
  • HyperX 16GB DDR4-3200 XMP SDRAM
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 10GB GDDR6X Dedicated Graphics
  • Realtek Wi-Fi 5 (2x2) + Bluetooth 5.0
  • 750W Power Supply
  • RGB
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64 bit)
  • Ports
  • Top:
  • 2x SuperSpeed USB Type-A
  • 1x Combination Headphone / Microphone Jack
  • Rear:
  • 1x SuperSpeed USB Type-C
  • 4x SuperSpeed USB Type-A
  • 2x USB 2.0 Type-A
  • 1x RJ-45

Buy it at https://store.hp.com/us/en/Config...esktop-gt1

Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRiQoE68va8
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I bought one last week (has not shipped yet, but it being back on sale again gives me hope), so of course I've been using my Google-Fu to research this thing while trying to decide if I want to cancel or not. I usually build my own, but the prices on prebuilds these days are just too good to pass up.

The main complaints I've heard about this rig are:

-Poor thermals/airflow, leading to loud/overworked case fans (so you probably want to add a couple of extra case fans of your own)
-Only one PCI-E slot, and it's taken by the GPU (in my case, it means I have to give up my sound card)
-RAM is difficult to upgrade--most non-HP ram will default clock to 2666 (supposedly this can be worked around by using Intel XTU to manually set RAM clocks, otherwise you have to overpay for HP RAM)
-Locked BIOS (so no proper BIOS overclocking, you are limited to HP's software overclocks and fan controls, which are not great--I would not expect big/stable overclocks on this rig)

These are significant complaints, but certainly not deal breakers for most users. I plan to add my own fans, and I won't be trying to break any overclocking records. This HP is a few hundred bucks cheaper than any comparable deal right now, and most of the components are actually really high quality (750W 80+ Platinum Cooler Master PSU, 3-fan GPU, WD Black SSD, and HyperX 3200 memory). They just cheaped out on a tiny motherboard and have a stingy BIOS policy that hamstrings the "k" in the 10700k. You wouldn't really expect tremendous performance gains from overclocking a 10700k to begin with, and it will still utterly demolish anything you throw at it, but it's still annoying.

If anything on the list above is a deal breaker, then you just have to wing it on the slim chance that someone like Cyberpower gets close to this price on one of their BF pre-builds (they had a 5600X/3080 system for ~$1600, and a 10900k/3080 build for ~$1900), but either way this HP Omen is a hell of a price for the components. Even if you could find all the cheapest parts in stock and fudged your Windows license, you still could not build this for cheaper on your own.
Well I don't know how likely this bad boy is to ship, but I totally jumped on this deal. There's the PayPal chase 5% option too.
One of the cash back sites is up to 12% today too.

edit: I'd also recommend upgrading to wifi 6 option for $10 more.
The interesting thing about these "deals" is that it's only a deal because Nvidia and their partners are allocating RTX 3080 supply to OEMs. This is no better than Gamestop selling you an overpriced Xbox or PS5 "bundle" with all the accessories/games clocking in at MSRP.

If you need a 3080 right NOW, I guess this is the only way you're getting it even close to retail.

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Well I don't know how likely this bad boy is to ship, but I totally jumped on this deal. There's the PayPal chase 5% option too.
One of the cash back sites is up to 12% today too.

edit: I'd also recommend upgrading to wifi 6 option for $10 more.
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same deal as the one a week ago?
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Easy way to get EPP or student discounts?
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same deal as the one a week ago?
A little less sweet, but still solid. $100ish more than last week.
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Why does this seem to be the only way to get a dang RTX 3080...
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This is a pretty good deal especially if it will ship quickly. It is only slightly more expensive than building an equivalent system yourself. The gpu, cpu and ram alone would be around $1150-1200 by themselves.
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Bought it just for the 3080
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Nice, but I just can't fold.
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Why does this seem to be the only way to get a dang RTX 3080...
I know right lol
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legit 3080 or one of those HP branded contraptions i've been hearing about?
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A little less sweet, but still solid. $100ish more than last week.
It's only $45 more than last week.
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A little less sweet, but still solid. $100ish more than last week.
Is it the one that has an off-brand 3080? I'm not sure if that's really an issue but it made me hesitate. Still seems like a good deal

edit: to clarify I'm not sure that off-brand is the right phrase to describe the gpu, but I think it's not manufactured by one of the usual graphics card companies (gigabyte, msi, evga, etc.)
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For what it's worth, the Omen Series is actually pretty high quality. Good build quality and software in my experience.
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