HP Upgrade its HP OMEN and Victus Gaming Laptop to Latest Processors from Intel and AMD
HP refreshed its OMEN 16 and Victus 15 gaming laptops with an improved thermal system with the latest processors and graphics from Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA.
HP has revamped its popular gaming laptop portfolio to improve its power and cooling system with extra thermal outlet sand heat pipes to maximize the laptop performance. The laptops will come with the latest processors from Intel and AMD.
Other than that, the company also introduce a new OMEN Gaming Hub software with abilities to intelligently optimize system resources and improve gaming performance.
OMEN 16 Gaming Laptop
With revamped thermals, it now has an added fifth heat pipe and fourth outflow vent that can bring down the temperature of GPU by 3%, SSD by 14%, and run 5% quieter. For processors, it is available in either Intel or AMD. You can configure up to an Intel® Core™ i9-12900H series processor10 or AMD Ryzen™ 9 6900HX Mobile Processors.
For GPU, it supports up to an NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 3070 Ti Laptop GPU and the latest MAX Q technologies or AMD Ryzen™ RX 6650M. It is expected to be available in the summer at HP.com for a starting price of $1,199.99.
HP Victus 15 Gaming Laptop
The new Victus 15 will be available in three striking color options mica silver, performance blue, and ceramic white. The laptop will come with a standard backlit keyboard. The 15-inch display can be configured up to an FHD panel with a 144Hz refresh rate and low blue light.
For performance-wise, it is also available in either Intel or AMD processors up to Intel Core i7-12700H or AMD Ryzen 7-5800H. For graphics, It is powered up to NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 3050 Ti or AMD Radeon RX 6500M.
The HP Victus 15 is expected to be available by this summer at HP.com for a starting price of $799.99.
OMEN Gaming Hub
Both laptops will ship with OMEN Gaming Hub preinstalled. The software helps gamers to control their gaming laptop performance, network, and system vital. It can tweak the operating system at a low-level and free up system resources that result in an increase in GPU and CPU performance.