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In spite of some questionable accessories and software, the HP Omen 30L Gaming Desktop is a thing of beauty. It's elegant, quiet and powerful. It's also extremely expensive, and it can be pretty confusing to buy the right one, so be prepared to do a littl...
Classy outer chassis design with customizable lighting, Scads of configuration options, Easy end-user upgrades, Integrated Wi-Fi 6, with no external antenna, Built-in overclocking with Intel K-series CPU,
Fan noise with CPU-intensive tasks, Side-panel window exposes too much unpolished cabling, No power-supply shroud, Some preinstalled bloatware
The HP OMEN 30L can be configured for any price point but is expensive maxed out. Sleek, sexy, RGB-friendly, this system is a serious performer if you max it out. Given these features, the HP OMEN 30L is an easy choice for a Top Pick of 2021 Award here at...
Sleek, sexy RGB-friendly design,Fantastic performance as tested,Elevated for additional ventilation,Extended front panel for additional ventilation
Front USB Type-C port would be nice as well,Quite a few apps pre-installed that are not needed,Not every configuration currently available,HyperX FURY memory doesn't sync with the rest of the RGB lighting
I thoroughly enjoyed the OMEN 30L Desktop, just like I've enjoyed its last two predecessors. I also really appreciate just how much effort HP has put into improving it over the years. The thing that really catches my eye this year is the refined design, a...
HP's Omen 30L looks good and is a capable high-end gamer in our configuration with an RTX 3080. But you'll want to set aside time to remove bloatware. And given the limited cooling, you should probably opt for something less than the 10900K CPU in our rev...
Bloatware tried to make me use Bing, Cooling needs improvement for 10900K, Persistent stock issues (just like the competition)
HP's Omen gaming desktops are some of the most well-known pre-built gaming machines on the market, and they have been for many years now, since the days when Omen was still VoodooPC.Though the VoodooPC brand was retired in 2014, it has lived on as a div...