If you’re at all into PC gaming, you’ll probably have been watching with interest in the last couple of months as waves of stock for Nvidia’s exciting new GPUs, the 3080 and 3090, have appeared and then instantly evaporated.
It’s been nigh-on impossible to get your hands on either of these cards, to take advantage of the frankly stunning performance boosts that they offer – but don’t worry anymore! HP has confirmed that you can now get either GPU as part of its pre-built range, in the superb Omen 30L, undeniably one of the most attractive gaming PCs you can find at the moment.
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