HP Brings Custom RTX 3090 Card to Omen 30L Desktop Refresh
HP announced that it was overhauling its Omen Gaming ecosystem, complete with a refresh of its Omen 30L desktop. New for this year, Nvidia has support for second-generation graphics cards, and the Omen 30L can be configured with a powerful Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 GPU. Nvidia claims that its latest lineup of GeForce RT 3000 series graphics is 1.9 times higher than the previous generation’s performance-per-watt, so the new Omen 30L will be an incredibly robust gaming system for enthusiasts without high resolutions Want to do a game Abandonment of frame rate.
With the Nvidia RTX 3090 under the hood, the Omens will benefit from the 30L GPU’s 24GB GDR6X video RAM, PCI Gen 4 support, and DLSS. According to HP, the company will not use the standard RTX 3090 card design, instead opting for a custom HP triple axial fan design in a more compact 2.5-slot form than Nvidia’s triple-slot format. In a media briefing ahead of the unveiling of the Omen 30L, HP executives claimed that this custom design would feature improved cooling. HP claims that the performance is 1.5 times faster than the Turing-based Titan RTX.
If you don’t need the full power of the RTX 3090, you can switch to a configuration featuring the GeForce RTX 3080 or RTX 3070. When Nvidia unveiled these graphics cards, CEO Jensen Huang claimed that the RTX 3080 has twice the performance value. The RTX 2080, while the RTX 3070 is more powerful than the earlier generation RTX 2080 Ti flagship GPU. The configuration of the Omen 30L with the RTX 3080 will also feature HP’s custom card design, allowing it to play 4K games at 60 fps.
“This is key to delivering the best possible gaming experience,” said Nvidia vice president of GeForce marketing Matt Wuebbling in a prepared statement. “That’s why we’re thrilled that HP is adding the Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 Series GPU to the 30th desktop desktop.”
Pricing and exact configurations for the desktop were not immediately available, although HP said the Omen 30L would be available by holiday.
Wireless gaming accessories
In addition to introducing the Omen 30L, HP also unveiled a suite of wireless gaming peripherals including a $ 99 Omen Vector Wireless Mouse, $ 159 Omen Spacer Wireless TLK Keyboard and $ 79 Omen Blast Headphones.
The Vector Wireless Mouse, according to HP, is the world’s fastest USB-C charged gaming mouse, receiving an hour of battery charge with 30 seconds.
Two monitors round out the gaming-focused range of gaming accessories. HP announced two 24-inch gaming monitors that will be available starting in October. The HP X24i will cost $ 229, while the HP X24ih will cost $ 249 when launched. These entry-level gaming monitors come with IPS panels for wide viewing angles and 144Hz refresh rates. Thanks to AMD FreeSync Premium support, these monitors also have 1ms response time.