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HP OMEN 30L Gaming PC - Ryzen 7 5800X, RTX 3080, 16GB RAM, 2TB+512GB SSD - £1239 with code @ humptydp / ebay

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Model - HP Omen Gaming Desktop PC GT13-1047na, AMD Ryzen 7, 16 GB RAM, RTX 3080, 512 GB SSD + 2TB HDD, Black

RRP - £1999+

Colour - Black

Brief Specifications (Please see the end of the listing for detailed specifications) -

Processor - AMD Ryzen 7 5800X (3.8 GHz base clock, up to 4.7 GHz max boost clock, 32 MB L3 cache, 8 cores)

Graphics Card - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 (10 GB GDDR6X dedicated) with LHR

Memory - 512 GB WD Black PCIe NVMe TLC M.2 SSD; 2 TB 7200 rpm SATA HDD

Ram - HyperX 16 GB DDR4-3200 XMP RGB MHz RAM (2 x 8 GB)

Warranty - HP Warranty Until February 2023!

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Box - This item will be sent in the original box packaging and will be very well packed!
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    Warranty until feb 2023?!
    They are still counting on most people not realising its 2023.
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    Missed the one on Amazon the other day and soo close to buying this but that warranty ain’t good
    Considering that so many people have had problems with theirs, just looking at customer reviews, I agree. I imagine this must be the last of them (really hope so, long overdue that HP phase that model out after all the complaints).

    For me, it's almost at a price point where it's worth it because I would be buying it for parts, replacing the motherboard and possibly modding the case just for the novelty of having a virtually inaudible HP Omen 30L under load! So, I would need to factor in the cost of a new motherboard, new CPU cooler and case fans. Still, before tackling any of the more major mods to improve performance/noise (see Youtube) that would void the warranty, I would (lightly!) stress test under load and then run things for a couple of months, to be sure I haven't bought a lemon, so I would certainly want more than less than 30 days of warranty!
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    Don't do it.
    I caught the amazon offer the other day.

    I'm awaiting Amazon to post my review on website.

    More of a rant than review.
    Received computer this afternoon, turned on smoothly, I run all updates and installed one application, input all personal details and linked Google / Microsoft data, finished and switched off.
    Have switched computer on this evening and there is no signal going to TV also the fan sounds like a helicopter.
    Called Amazon, first response was to offer refund, advised ideally would like it fixed even if just to erase my personal data, they advised they couldn't help and I need to speak with manufacturer, next open in 62 hours, there's goes my weekend of gaming!
    Make sure the RAM hasn't come loose in transit. It is really common. You just need to push it in and see if that fixes it.
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    No way this thing doesn't throttle.
    Have not noticed anything so far on the one i bought from amazon the other day and no bad thermals yet either.
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    You could build this yourself brand new for the same price and 3 years warranty surely...give or take maybe £100.

    Motherboard: Gigabyte B550M DS3H ~£100* (awd-it.co.uk/com…eEE)
    CPU: Ryzen 7 5800X ~£230* (awd-it.co.uk/com…eEE)
    GPU: 3080 £700 Google has loads at this price
    PSU: EVGA 750W Gold Fully Modular £100 (amazon.co.uk/Sup…f_m)
    RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) £50 (amazon.co.uk/Cor…h=1)
    1TB NVMe: WD_BLACK SN750 1TB £76.99 (hotukdeals.com/dea…062)
    Case: £45 (amazon.co.uk/Coo…h=1)

    All brand new with 3+ years warranty, even an upgrade on the PSU/SSD and Case. (edited)
    Ten year warranty on the lovely EVGA power supply and, if it's like mine, a passive mode so it's absolutely silent when not under load.

    Absolutely, making a PC yourself you get the Full Retail Box warranty on each component, rather than the 1 year OEM warranty. That, and getting to choose each component based on what's reviewing best, has always made building your own vastly appealing, for me, bang for your buck wise. I get that having it built by someone else saves time but then you're buying into compromises, which might or might not matter to you, a lot of them with the HP Omen 30L.

    The build yourself option is worth talking about, here, specifically because if you carry out a lot of the mods to tame the noise/temperature/throttling(under load), you're investing a lot more time than it takes to just build your own PC.

    For instance, if I was to do the graphics card mod to tame the temperature and noise (videos on Youtube) of the HP graphics card, that's time spent and warranty voided, it's not worth the risk, in my opinion.

    If I wanted to fit a much better CPU cooler, what's not talked about is you have to completely remove the HP motherboard, flip it over and, to very carefully, use a plastic prying tool to remove the non-standard cooler mounting plate and replace it.

    You can't just remove the side panel and access it. Speaking of which, when you remove that panel you see that HP have used very thin cables. No doubt they're fine but if you were to replace the power supply, which I'm going to assume being Cooler Master is at least decent but say it broke, you'd have difficulty with cabling in a new power supply with more familiar chunky cables, unless you went with custom cables.

    There is only one intake fan, 120mm, at the bottom front of the case. From the front, it looks as though the glass front chokes it but it doesn't, the fan is offset a decent distance back from the glass with the air drawn in from the side vents, the single fan feeds air up to the graphics card but doesn't do a lot to cool the other components. It would cost HP so little to bring out a revised model with a second fan. You could Dremil out the hard drive mounting plate and put a second fan, I guess, depending on what fan headers the motherboard has but, again, that's making work, certainly more work than building your own PC.

    Nothing hugely wrong with HP Omen 30L, as long as your not expecting to get the bleeding-edge best out of the components in it and you can still make some less invasive mods to reduce temps and noise a bit. I like some of the design features of the Omen case, externally, it's the whole thing is just designed down to the lowest possible cost.

    You notice as soon as you plug the power cable in, the power supply doesn't even have an on/off rocker switch, or at least not on the Cooler Master supplied unit! I'm not sure if it's still the case but the motherboard on the one I looked at last year, didn't even have a video out if you wanted to sell the graphics card to a miner and put in a CPU with integrated graphics built in. Imagine buying one of the models that had a 5700G, selling the graphics card and then finding you can't use the 5700G's integrated graphics!

    As I'm sure people will rightly point out, you're also getting a 2TB hard drive and windows 11 included in the price and for all the many criticisms of the CPU water cooler, you'd also need to add the price of a CPU cooler to your build, unless that AWD-IT bundle includes one.

    For me, if the HP Omen 30L drops in price a bit more, it's possibly worth getting for parts, the functionally limited motherboard has a good resale value; businesses in-house technicians just want to replace like with like, not try to upgrade, and I'm sure you could sell the case and CPU cooler, too.

    I'm assuming with the number of customers complaining about faults on Amazon and elsewhere, which seems relatively high, we'll see refurbished units selling at (hopefully) a further reduced price.
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    I think this a reasonable deal, if I had not just spaffed on an Xbox series X and new TV I would be all over it.
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    Out of stock now
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    I got this for my son for Christmas as I have the 3090 version. I am yet to see any issues on my rtx3090 version so bought him this 3080 version from EBay brand new. Although I paid£1100
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    Heat added, thanks for sharing!
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    Is this the same spec as that Amazon offer a day or 2 back?
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    Surely ebay/PayPal could step in if faulty after 30 days, the item is being sold as new just because hp warranty running I don't think sellers could state nothing to do with them after 30 days. Consumer Rights Act would step in. Maybe credit card payment for a cca claim if seller dosent assist credit card company would be jointly liable. Tempted at this price for the specs but I really really really don't need this but me wants it lol
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    Damn, didn't see the 30 day warranty.
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    Never again HP and their warranty. Scammers.
    What about HumptyDP?
    sounds more Shady?
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    Would rather use pcpartpicker and use a better case for airflow
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    Looks like all sold now? Thought occurs to me that it could be a VAT dodge.
    Buy them for cost (or even from Amazon at £1299) - reclaim the VAT of £217.50 per unit. Write them off over 3 years or so as IT depreciation. Meanwhile sell them on eBay with big notices that VAT cannot be reclaimed. Making back £2175 on 10 plus any markup on each unit?
    I realised when I got a “cheap” new boxed monitor on eBay a couple of years ago and didn’t get a VAT receipt from a trader that I’d shot myself in the foot and would have been better from a source that I could reclaim the VAT.

    All that said really tempted by this model at Amazon or here. Been holding out for a new gen Ryzen CPU and now maybe the 7800X3D which is due for release in Feb, and a new gen Nvidia or AMD CPU but that tots up even self-building. I just keep waiting - initially for new AMD GPU’s now AMD CPU’s. For £1200-£1300 this looks solid even with the shortcomings. (edited)
    Why stop there? They could have stole them from pcworld and be making 100% profit.
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    In fairness seller says purchased in 2020 from a non-vat registered seller so seems fair enough. As I said the PC is tempting at this price given the way 3080’s and up are holding their price still at retail.
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    Out of stock