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HP OMEN - 40L Gaming Desktop - Intel Core i5-12400F - HyperX 16GB Memory - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 - 1TB SSD - Nightfall Black

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for Call of Duty

    I needed a pc strictly for gaming and this was definitely in the budget, and I’m also new to pc gaming. Supporting 165 refresh rate monitoring, high fps for any casual gamer. It’s fast, it’s quiet, and easy to set up. Rendering clips though… the fans will ramp up. But that comes with the territory and it’s brief. It is upgradeable too so that’s a plus and I’ll be adding more internal fans to keep this cool since my room is the hotbox of the house. But it’s definitely worth it for anyone who is starting or transitioning to pc gaming like me. As I said, it’s strictly for pc gaming only, and my laptop is used to marry them both with elgato for streaming. Great for Call of duty in 2022, and I still use my elite controller. While gaming cod it’s mainly quiet and my fps is stable around 165, sometimes peaking around 180-200 fps with high ingame settings and performance mode and turbo thermal control on the pc, fans will ramp up from time to time with these settings. With normal ingame settings my fps is the same as I mentioned, with performance mode on and thermal control on turbo, just not overusing the ram so I keep ingame settings on normal and just tweaked the fov. Gpu temps will peak at 82-85 degrees Celsius when gaming call of duty with high ingame settings and peak around 72-78 Celsius on normal ingame settings performance mode and turbo thermal controls. Don’t ask me why. So just keep it simple. U don’t need to overclock this bad boy. It’s great out the box. Rgb lighting is a plus. I have dual monitors but I also use displayfusion software (30$) for multiple monitor set up. This pc is worth it, and affordable, and it does more than just getting the job done. I love this pc. Word of advice, don’t get lost in the sauce trying to figure how to make this pc pro type and start changing settings that you don’t know that you see in YouTube tutorials. Just download your games (battlenet, Xbox game pass) enable GeForce experience, get an external drive to save your clips to, put the pc in performance mode, turbo thermal on, and you’re good, disk scan and clean every week to keep your pc in shape, and use it for gaming only, if that’s what you mainly do.

    Posted by Jnunez

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great computer to upgrade

    I think it a pretty solid computer. Lots of airflow and easy access. Back panel comes off with the push of a button to give you access to the back of the motherboard power supply etc. very upgradable you can upgrade your GPUCPU you can add more fans if you would like. The only downfall I will say with the computer is if you’re going to upgrade the graphics card or the ram You have to buy HP parts only. But the good thing is most of the parts you can find on eBay for relatively a good price. I would not recommend going to the HP parts store because they’re completely overpriced. Since buying the computer I’ve upgraded the CPU air cooler to a noctua to push the pull configuration. And I’ve added two more ram sticks so now I have 32g. I’ve also upgraded the power supply this is the only upgrade I’ve done that was not HP brand. I am going to add three more fans to the top and the side of the case. But a very very nice computer very solid plays every game in 4K I have a nice 4K monitor I’m very happy with my purchase and I got it on sale for 1299

    Posted by Fab5yo

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Very good PC

    So far i haven’t had any problems with this pc. I’ve upgraded the ram adding an extra 32 gb. Which was very easy to do. There hasn’t been any game I’ve attempted to play that didn’t play well. And every game i play on max settings. Pc is generally quiet. It looks nice. And I’m just overall pleased with it considering the price.

    Posted by DavidS