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Posted 9 March 2023

HP OMEN, AMD Ryzen 7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD + 2TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, Gaming Desktop PC £1199.99 @ Costco (Members Only)

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Offer valid from Monday 06.03.2023
Colour Black
Brand HP
Type Gaming Desktop PC
Dimensions H 43.3 x W 16.5 x D 42.2 cm
Weight 12.9kg
Processor AMD Ryzen 7
Processor Speed AMD Ryzen 7 5700G (8 Core, 3.8 GHz, up to 4.6 GHz, 16M Cache, 16T)
Operating System Windows 10 Home
Memory 16GB
Storage 512GB SSD + 2TB HDD
Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti
Optical Drive No
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0
Wireless 802.11ac
Ports 1 x HDMI
3 x DisplayPort
2 x USB Type-C (Rear)
1 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A (Rear)
1 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A (Rear)
2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A (Top)
2 x USB 2.0 Type-A (Rear)
1 x RJ-45
3 x Audio Jacks (Rear)
2 x Audio Jacks (Top)

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  1. taras's avatar
    given that hp/acer/dell use non standard mobos and PSUs, i'd say unless you badly need a machine in a hurry, avoid and avoid again. (edited)
  2. bananabandana's avatar
    3070 ti is currently £600 on amazon, overpriced. That leaves another £600 for the other components. I recon you could achieve a similar quality for that £600 + another £100 by sacrificing a bit of GPU for better everything else. Then spend £300 on a pretty good monitor, £100 mouse/keyboard and that still leaves £100 before getting to this price.

    Props to them for using HDD in the title despite hiding the PSU and mobo. (edited)
  3. iwo's avatar
    Rip off.
    Sandor's avatar
    Comapred too?
  4. Noclouds's avatar
    Even if this drops below a £1000, do yourself a huge favour and go for one of sarden84 deals, even if they cost a little more you're getting much better value for money/price to performance ratio in the quality of the components used, in some cases fully adjustable bios settings that can take advantage of any cooling that you add, tweakable memory profiles, quiet under load, longevity of components not constantly running at high temperatures, and in ease of upgradability later on with non proprietary parts -

    - for instance, if you want a better/inaudible CPU cooler, you have to contend with the HP using a proprietary mount on the opposite side of the motherboard, so... you have to take the computer apart... very carefully prize off the glued-on cooler mount, possibly causing damage in the process)

    Trying to balance out with some positives, I don't want to be totally negative on HP; Dell and Lenovo have made some horrible cost-cutting and proprietary workarounds to try and make their computers seem like good value, also. If nothing else, I like the aesthetics of the HP Omen's often-ridiculed case and though it will thermally throttle performance during games/be excessively audible when under load because of poor cooling of components, it's fine for an office and - and I like Costco as a vendor, never had any problems with returns with them compared to a high street rival that begins with the letter C that shall remain nameless...

    TLDR - much better deals from saraden84 with (usually) better quality components to eek out a little bit better performance with less thermal throttling/noise, worth a little more when they cost a little more, though with no disrespect intended to the OP, this is not a great deal, even on paper. Costco can do better, it's a bit frustrating that a lot of the computers they sell use older generation CPUs, without necessarily passing a cost saving on to the consumer, for instance 10th and 11th gen Intel i5, when 14th gen is coming out, soon.
  5. Sandor's avatar
    I am actually going to mark HOT and explain why, I am a custom PC builder and have a fully customer loop hard tubed system that is way overkill and looks amazing. We all know the prices of parts right now are stupid money, its crazy how bad, but saying this, try and add parts even with 3070 and 3600x with similar other bits this pc has and you are looking £1350-£1450... yet this is 5700G and 3070 TI (TI we all know is superior for many things vs the 3070 and onboard GFX for this CPU). So I will be honest peoples instant negative comments are pretty snobby IMO, because this is a great price for the parts in this current market, and easily cheaper to just add an AIO to the CPU if you are actually having issues with throttling vs doing custom builds...

    So anyone with this type of budget, this is actually a great price....
    Noclouds's avatar
    The issues with this model, some minor, some not, are well documented but I'm mindful that not everyone would have a reason to follow the chickened history of a certain HP/Dell/Lenovo build unless you're a bit obsessed.

    But sarden84 is right, this is not a good price for 2023, especially on a build using some proprietary parts with well documented issues, not all of which have workarounds, and some pretty curious component pairings. Take a look at some of his deals but I would say to people here, ditch the 3070TI to get the price closer to £1000 (or £1100, depending on CPU choice); you're only seeing around 5 FPS extra with the 3070TI over the 3070, it was a nice-to-have but always a poor value choice in the RTX product stack.

    Re the £1450 you talk about, I think you're a little out of date with prices, which again is absolutely fair enough, the only reason I'm keeping an eye on prices is I'm in the process of build but they have come down a lot, thankfully. For that money, if you're primarily gaming, I can do you a 4070TI paired with a 12400F, a decent gold-rated Corsair 750W PSU, a fully featured B660M motherboard, a 1TB SSD, a 2TB HD if you need it and even a Windows licence! All in a well-ventilated case. Or rather, Palicomp can do that for if you select the upgrades for the base 'Hellfire' model, I haven't done a partpicker build, recently, but poss a little cheaper to build it yourself but I doubt by much, though obviously some advantages to building it yourself, where time.
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