HP Omen 15 laptop: RTX inside?

Gordon talks about what’s inside – including an Intel Core i7-8750H and next generation Nvidia graphics. It also packs a 240Hz 1080p panel for you crazy twitch gamers out there.

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31 thoughts on “HP Omen 15 laptop: RTX inside?

  • January 6, 2019 at 5:18 pm

    Maybe this will have Nvidia 11** series 12nm pascal for laptops. It can still be considered "next gen"

  • January 6, 2019 at 7:12 pm

    A GTX 1060 equivalent with a 200W power supply are you retarded?

  • January 6, 2019 at 8:22 pm

    Pretty powerful laptop, not a big fan of HP though

  • January 6, 2019 at 9:31 pm

    Why do PC manufacturers get stuck with the low frequency CPU? Does Apple have exclusive rights to the 2.6 GHz one?!

  • January 7, 2019 at 2:37 am

    I want a value laptop and this isn't it. Decently spec'd out, that laptop will be close to if not beyond $2,000.00. That isn't worth it for me. I'd rather wait till Walmarts Overpowered line of laptops come back in stock and get one of theirs with 144Hz refresh screen and a GTX 1060 6gb for $800.00 Much better value and you have Walmart behind you to back the warranty.

  • January 7, 2019 at 3:45 am

    already broken ….anybody notice one of the vent plastic broken?

  • January 7, 2019 at 12:21 pm

    Does the Omen design team get bonuses for every time they beat the ROG team for most garish designs?

  • January 11, 2019 at 12:24 am

    God finally listened to my prayers. I've always wondered if there was ever gonna be a 240 hz laptop. I played on a desktop with a 240 hz monitor but lately had to downgrade to 144 hz when I bought my Acer Predator Helios 500 laptop. I could tell the difference was very massive. My aim on a 240 hz was a lot more accurate and everything felt a lot smoother. I was missing so many more shots when playing csgo on a 144 hz monitor, whereas on my 240 hz, I could react much more quickly in any given situation. I'm so happy that this laptop is now here, though it would be even better if there is a 17 inch version.

  • January 12, 2019 at 1:35 pm

    2017 60hz 1080p
    2018 144hz 1080p
    2019 240hz 1080p

  • January 13, 2019 at 12:08 pm

    (17-inch) Legion Y740 laptop vs Dell G7 17 7790??? which one is better overall build and gaming, and watching multimedia content?

  • January 16, 2019 at 10:19 pm

    I just wanna see multiple thunderbolt ports. It's just a better sign of future proofing, grants the user more uses all at once.

  • January 26, 2019 at 2:07 am

    Can put where to buy links in description? I'm debating between OMEN 15T and OMEN 17T. Also do they have 4K Display touch option?
    How easy is to upgrade RAM, HD, SSD stick? Does OMEN 17 have any Cooling Advantages over OMEN 15? Thats whats important to me.
    I'm willing to pay 100 more for 17 inch if it has significant temp difference.

  • January 26, 2019 at 5:55 pm

    I purchased one about 7 months ago and It died on the 13th
    of this month. Trying to get it repaired has been the worst experience ever!
    They blatantly continued to lie to me and tried to extort me another $700.00
    out of me to repair it! below is a few email transcripts proving that they will
    try to bend you over. (See Below) its real long winded, but it could save you
    thousands of dollars!

    Hello Marvin, We received your computer at the service
    center and the technicians had a thorough check on it. Upon checking they found
    that there is a liquid spill damage on the unit which has affected the
    Motherboard, keyboard and hinge cap of the unit. These damages are not covered
    under the manufacturer's warranty hence if we have to go ahead and repair the
    unit, it would be for a charge, the total charges being 659.99 USD. Please call
    us back on 888-817-4633 so we can take further action. If we do not receive any
    response from your end, we will have to go ahead and return the unit
    unrepaired. Regards, HP Repair Team

    Hi, You have to be absolutely joking me my laptop had
    nothing spilled on it ever. My keys and hinges works absolutely fine. It was
    working just great Saturday the 12 and almost all of Sunday the 13th. I noticed
    that it died on Sunday evening around 9 pm. Attached is photos of my laptop
    working on Saturday. Attached are photos of it last Saturday and time stamps
    proving it was working just fine. I have the original receipt and the box and
    the box for my mouse. They are in just as mint condition as the laptop I sent
    you. Unfortunately I did not take a photo of the serial number because I did
    not remotely expect you to back to me with this. Please send me photo of the
    damage to the exterior and interior. I suspect HP goofed and mix my laptop with
    someone else. You have my serial number in your system from when the laptop was
    registered. Please provide me a screen shot from your computer and a photo from
    my laptop. I will not be paying HP for repairs to a laptop that I just
    purchased and is under warranty and that has never had liquid around it. I will
    however expect it back from you and once I get it back I can decide how to
    further proceed. Attached is the photos I have on hand. I can submit more when
    I get back from my business travels. Thanks, Marv


    To all, I have been in the high and low voltage electrical
    field for a very long time. I started my career in HVAC and then became a
    warranty repair tech for miller electric, Hypertherm, Thermal’s dynamics, ESAB,
    Lincoln Electric for 6 years. After being a warranty repair tech my with them,
    I took a job where I travel around the world training service technicians on
    repairing smart exhaust system. I regularly work with my engineering department
    to come up with permanent fixes to issues my company see’s with our products.
    (Such as issues like this) From one technician to another I am calling you out
    on trying to pull the wool over my eyes. My laptop has experienced component
    level failure on your board. I am not certain what the component that starts
    with R47 is, but Darn sure the oils you see on the board is from failed
    capacitors! So you can either do the right thing and fix my laptop that I have
    so much enjoy up to this moment or you can ship me back the laptop un repaired.
    If it’s sent back not fixed then I will go out and get a written second opinion
    and take alternative measures that I would rather avoid because I am extremely
    busy person. The attached photo is my business card proving that I am not
    trying to bluff you on my role in life. I sure hope you choose to do the right
    thing for your customer. MARV

    I spent a day arguing over the phone with them and they
    tried to offer me a 20% discount on the 700.00 repair!!!!! and receive this
    later that night.

    Hi Claudia and Marvin, We are proceeding to remove the MB—it
    does appear that the oil may be from the large electrolytic capacitors near the
    failed inductor/transformer. If we find no evidence of any liquid on the top
    side of the MB, we will repair under normal warranty process. Regards, Alan HP
    Project Lead/Technical Service Manager

    Hi Marvin, We checked and found no liquid spill
    evidence on the reverse side of the MB. Motherboard has been replaced and your
    unit is being processed to return to you. We apologize for mistaking the
    electrolyte from the failed components for a liquid spill. Best regards, Alan
    HP Project Lead/Technical Service Manager 510-651-2687 9am-6pm Pacific Time (24
    hour msg available

  • April 14, 2019 at 6:43 am

    does it still heats up like crazy?? I got reviews that the cpu temps on this laptop goes upto 100 degrees!!!

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