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HP OMEN 30L Desktop GT13-1365xt, Intel® Core™ i7-11700K, NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3080 Ti , $1620

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https://www.hp.com/us-en/shop/pdp...esktop-gt1

After 10gamer2022 code, price goes down from $1800 to $1620.

I know a bunch of you guys are going to comment about heating issues, but in case anyone is interested in a prebuilt 3080Ti.



There is also a cashback website that is offering 10% right now too so you are looking at potentially sub $1500.



OMEN 30L DESKTOP GT13-1365XT BUNDLE PC
Operating system


Windows 11 Home

Processor

Intel® Core™ i7-11700K (3.6 GHz base frequency, up to 5.0 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, 16 MB L3 cache, 8 cores)[6,7]

Graphics

Integrated: Intel® UHD Graphics 630
Discrete: NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3080 Ti (12 GB GDDR6X dedicated)

Memory

HyperX® 32 GB DDR4-3200 XMP RGB MHz RAM (2 x 16 GB)

Memory slots

4 DIMM

Storage

512 GB WD Black PCIe® NVMe™ TLC M.2 SSD

Secondary storage

2 TB 7200 rpm SATA HDD


Wireless technology

Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX201 (2x2) and Bluetooth® 5 combo (Supporting Gigabit data rate)

Power supply

800 W Gold efficiency power supply


Expansion slots

3 M.2; 1 PCIe x16; 1 PCIe x4
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Curious, how is HP with returning desktops?
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Looking for crowd comments- is this a good deal?

Is it likely prime day will come with decent gaming desktop deals?

Or is that too hopeful- will I have to wait until Black Friday?

Really wanting to impulse buy a gaming desktop for sub 2k, preferably sub 1.5k, but a bit loose on the budget just want something quality

Been seeing lots of the threads shot down by poor thermals which has turned me away, but also I'm a bit cheap for sites like cyber power, ibp, etc

Thanks!
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Really horrible thermal management. Nice spec for the price though.
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Quote from Ndg12 :
Looking for crowd comments- is this a good deal?

Is it likely prime day will come with decent gaming desktop deals?

Or is that too hopeful- will I have to wait until Black Friday?

Really wanting to impulse buy a gaming desktop for sub 2k, preferably sub 1.5k, but a bit loose on the budget just want something quality

Been seeing lots of the threads shot down by poor thermals which has turned me away, but also I'm a bit cheap for sites like cyber power, ibp, etc

Thanks!
Price it out as if you were to build.

CPU 300 + ram 100 + WD black 150 + 800w 80 + window 30 = 660 + your price for the 3080 ti. Take that total and subtract it from the HP price. That's how I'd value the deal. We haven't counted a subpar mobo and case, which you'd have to add two fans to help out. The 10% you save can pay for a proper case. I hope this makes sense to you. Good luck.
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Price is nice, Quality not so much. Bought this same desktop in November for $2400 had issues with thermals and intermittent usb connections. Also the Omen Software was buggy, kept slowing down my internet speed. Ended up scrapping everything and using just the 3080 ti and processor in a new build. Build something yourself with intel 12th gen. Also with Graphic Card Prices coming down there's no need for these kind of high end prebuilds
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Price it out as if you were to build.

CPU 300 + ram 100 + WD black 150 + 800w 80 + window 30 = 660 + your price for the 3080 ti. Take that total and subtract it from the HP price. That's how I'd value the deal. We haven't counted a subpar mobo and case, which you'd have to add two fans to help out. The 10% you save can pay for a proper case. I hope this makes sense to you. Good luck.
Fair - thank you. My friend helped build and plan the parts for my old desktop which has recently had many issues with starting up, bios, etc. thought it was the memory - took out the one stick and seems to be alright, but fan runs loud and it won't start sometimes. That has a gtx 960 in it, so it's quite outdated, and a lot of the mobo / processor are old so I'd honestly want to / have to gut the entire thing. Just swapped cases for that as the old power button broke off, so sucks that I'll have to buy everything new, but is what it is.

Might splurge on a quality build that'll last a while, but I'm not too knowledgeable myself to want to build it all myself - I know it's not that hard, but the last thing I need is to put it all together and it doesn't start

Thanks for the insight. I've never really gamed super hard, but I'm wanting to pick it up as a hobby for a way to play and keep in touch with friends as I'll be graduating college after the fall. I don't want to be putting my money into something that'll need a ton of upkeep and all, so a lot of the recent desktop deals appear to be a turnoff. I do have the money to spend, but at the same time don't wanna be pissing it away on something both more than I need, as well as poor quality. Been keeping an eye out, and hoping to scoop something up on prime day. Thanks for the help!
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Quote from unclescary42 :
Price it out as if you were to build.

CPU 300 + ram 100 + WD black 150 + 800w 80 + window 30 = 660 + your price for the 3080 ti. Take that total and subtract it from the HP price. That's how I'd value the deal. We haven't counted a subpar mobo and case, which you'd have to add two fans to help out. The 10% you save can pay for a proper case. I hope this makes sense to you. Good luck.
Windows OS is $30?
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Windows OS is $30?
If that. Usually $19.99 nowadays which is a far cry from the old $5 licenses. Ofc you are more than welcome to pay the full $100 if you wish.
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Fair - thank you. My friend helped build and plan the parts for my old desktop which has recently had many issues with starting up, bios, etc. thought it was the memory - took out the one stick and seems to be alright, but fan runs loud and it won't start sometimes. That has a gtx 960 in it, so it's quite outdated, and a lot of the mobo / processor are old so I'd honestly want to / have to gut the entire thing. Just swapped cases for that as the old power button broke off, so sucks that I'll have to buy everything new, but is what it is.

Might splurge on a quality build that'll last a while, but I'm not too knowledgeable myself to want to build it all myself - I know it's not that hard, but the last thing I need is to put it all together and it doesn't start

Thanks for the insight. I've never really gamed super hard, but I'm wanting to pick it up as a hobby for a way to play and keep in touch with friends as I'll be graduating college after the fall. I don't want to be putting my money into something that'll need a ton of upkeep and all, so a lot of the recent desktop deals appear to be a turnoff. I do have the money to spend, but at the same time don't wanna be pissing it away on something both more than I need, as well as poor quality. Been keeping an eye out, and hoping to scoop something up on prime day. Thanks for the help!
Interesting. If you don't want to buy now, you wait till Black Friday, or till a 30% CB deal walks along. A lot is changing in the PC world, it's exciting! So pricing will go down. I'm new myself and so shopping around has been a hobby in itself.

Pre builts in general are price bloated. They have no business being the prices they are. However with this deal we see the "sale" price is actually closer to build price.

You mentioned maintenance - this wont need maintenance per say. Me and other mentioning thermals is long term look out for the CPU health. Should you buy some fans and install them for a total of $50? Yeah probably. Again tho, comes down to your time and value.
You are keeping the majority of this build for 4-5 years, just depends how picky you want to get with the case.

Have a good one
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Which cashback app gives 10%?
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Which cashback app gives 10%?
Top$back

Mods won't let us post exact names of the competitor websites.
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Why is this downvoted? Seems like a good deal. Aside from thermal issues and proprietary parts… can someone explain why this isn't a great deal if you just want a damn prebuilt?
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this looks interesting. I'm not looking to build a pc, don't have time or patience for it.

looking to replace a Alienware aurora r7 (1070 i7 8700) which is still going strong with no issues.

whats the best prebuilt option with prices coming down?=
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For those worried about thermals, ive seen many vids on YT with DIY cooling upgrades
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