HP has given us these days one of its Omen Obelisk, a computer preconfigured with an i7-9700K processor, an RTX 2070 and 16 GB of RAM, ideal for playing resolutions of 1080p or 1440p. Previously, the Obelisk had an i7-8700 (without the “K”), so they did not need special ventilation to keep things fresh. However, now that they have a 9700K, they have had to renewed with a hybrid system that, in truth, looks better than the old tilted fan. In terms of storage, the team stands out for carrying a pair of 256 GB NVMe SSD installed in Raid 0, apart from a 2 TB hard drive at 7200 rpm. However, we can find other Obelisk models with Intel i9 processors, RTX 2080 Ti graphics and up to 32 GB of RAM.
Minimalist, powerful and easy to expand HP wants to offer an attractive team in three senses. On the one hand, despite being a team to play, avoid being very extravagant and remains minimalist, but resultón. On the other, at the component level, there is a surplus and, finally, it is a team capable of internal changes. It has a very comfortable opening system that seems to say: “open me”. Not many users dare to assemble their first team from scratch, or perhaps this is an ideal option for them. When they have lost their fear, they have that button to open the box and start to touch their interior. The new models of HP Omen Obelisk are already on sale.