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HP OMEN 25L Gaming Desktop: Ryzen 5 5600X, RTX 3070, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD EXPIRED

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$1,430.00
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HP.com has HP OMEN 25L Gaming Desktop for $1,086.99 when you follow the steps below. To earn Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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Note, this is an example configuration. You may choose alternative upgrades.

Steps:
  1. Go to HP OMEN 25L Gaming Desktop then click Customize & Buy
  2. Under Storage select 512 GB WD Black PCIe NVMe TLC M.2 SSD [+$40]
  3. Under Graphics Card select NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 [+$490]
  4. Add to cart and proceed to checkout
  5. Apply coupon code 10MDSHP
  6. The price should now be $1,086.99 + Free Shipping
Specs:
  • AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Processor (3.7 GHz up to 4.6 GHz, 32 MB L3 cache, 6 cores)
  • 8GB HyperX DDR4-3200 RGB SDRAM
  • 512GB WD Black PCIe NVMe TLC M.2 Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 GDDR6 Graphics
  • Realtek Wi-Fi 5 (2x2) + Bluetooth 5
  • Windows 11 Home

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$1087 + free s/h coupon code 10MDSHP

coupon needs $1199 before it will work, so my config is just an example one

Click customize and buy
  • Select RTX 3070 Graphics Upgrade
  • Select 512GB SSD Upgrade
After apply aforementioned coupon code, the price will be $1087 + free s/h
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No. Downgrading the GPU and paying more is not worth it for a gaming PC. You can buy ram and storage anywhere, buying a 3070 for a good price is the hard part.

Also, the performance difference is not "negligible" between a 3060 ti and 3070. A 3070 can actually run some 4k games at playable frame rates while the 3060 ti is reserved to being a 1440p max card.
If you paid $300 for a 1TB NVME and $150 for an additional 8GB of RAM you should buy all your parts from me. I'll gladly be your retailer if you're throwing away cash like that.
Your build isn't better for gamers.

I'm not going to add to the other comments about your hardware price estimates being off the wall, but I will tell you that the 3070 is at least a 10% better GPU (some tests show 25%). That's a big deal for gamers. You're smoking crack if you think the ram makes up for that much of a difference. Buy a second 8 gbs of the same MHz ram for $30 and you'll be fine. 512gb is plenty for a main os drive, you can get an additional 1 tb ssd for $70 now (no need to reinstall windows), and it's easy to install a secondary drive. $100 additional total and you'll be good to go. That's the same price as the MSRP difference between the 3060ti and 3070 FE cards.

3080 for $200 more? That's the same retail price difference between a 3070 and 3080 so that's not a bad option at all.

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This is a great deal. I do think this configuration is a bit better bang for your buck. Total cost is slightly higher, at $1109.49. This downgrades from a 3070 to a 3060TI but that performance is negligible for the $200 you save. I used the saved cash to upgrade the NVME to 1TB and the ram to dual-channel 16gb. I think that trade-off is well worth it. I also threw in an Intel Wifi NIC because they seem to be way more reliable in my experience.


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AMD Ryzen™ 5 5600X (3.7 GHz up to 4.6 GHz, 32 MB L3 cache, 6 cores)
HyperX® 16 GB DDR4-3200 RGB SDRAM (2 x 8 GB)
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No. Downgrading the GPU and paying more is not worth it for a gaming PC. You can buy ram and storage anywhere, buying a 3070 for a good price is the hard part.

Also, the performance difference is not "negligible" between a 3060 ti and 3070. A 3070 can actually run some 4k games at playable frame rates while the 3060 ti is reserved to being a 1440p max card.
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I would say downgrade the GPU to 3060ti, and leave the rest as it and then upgrade with your own parts.
You have to reach a sticker price of $1199 with the coupon so that isn't an option.
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I would say downgrade the GPU to 3060ti, and leave the rest as it and then upgrade with your own parts.
I say upgrade to 3080, since we are spending more anyway.
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You have to reach a sticker price of $1199 with the coupon so that isn't an option.
I was able to .. and total came to 950ish with 3060ti including tax, and 870 without tax
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I was able to .. and total came to 950ish with 3060ti including tax, and 870 without tax
Good to know. Op said coupon required $1199 before coupon.

If someone is comfortable upgrading on their own, that is the best route.
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Note that HP motherboards won't run ram you buy elsewhere at XMP speed. You will need to manually overclock work Ryzenmaster.
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Each is entitled to their own opinion. Out of the box I still feel my build is a better build for most people. In the other build the storage will be a problem quickly at 512 only allowing you to install a few games. The Ram can be upgraded but again you are spending money right away. And honestly at that point. You are better off building the whole pc.

Neither of these cards are 4k cards imo. And this is a budget build. You will lose 7-12% gpu performance at most which is better than the performance you'd lose form having only 8gb of ddr in single channel.

If you want it all pay the extra $200 or better yet opt for the 3080. But with this build you get a build that doesn't need upgrading immediately costing you hundreds over the initial sticker price. It will play all modern games at a good resolution and frame rate.

A 1tb NVME would cost you $200-300, and the ram another $150. And with the customer base of a prebuilt I doubt replacing parts and reinstalling windows is something they want to mess with.
Unless you live in Australia, a 1TB nvme can be had for $80. A 970 Evo is $110. Even a 980 pro is only $150. 32 GB of 3200mhz CL 16 ram is $100
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We're back down to launch prices with this one.
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Each is entitled to their own opinion. Out of the box I still feel my build is a better build for most people. In the other build the storage will be a problem quickly at 512 only allowing you to install a few games. The Ram can be upgraded but again you are spending money right away. And honestly at that point. You are better off building the whole pc.

Neither of these cards are 4k cards imo. And this is a budget build. You will lose 7-12% gpu performance at most which is better than the performance you'd lose form having only 8gb of ddr in single channel.

If you want it all pay the extra $200 or better yet opt for the 3080. But with this build you get a build that doesn't need upgrading immediately costing you hundreds over the initial sticker price. It will play all modern games at a good resolution and frame rate.

A 1tb NVME would cost you $200-300, and the ram another $150. And with the customer base of a prebuilt I doubt replacing parts and reinstalling windows is something they want to mess with.
If you paid $300 for a 1TB NVME and $150 for an additional 8GB of RAM you should buy all your parts from me. I'll gladly be your retailer if you're throwing away cash like that.
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