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Dead: HP Pavilion p6180t $361.50+tax Core 2 Quad Q8300 2.5GHZ 6gb DDR3 640 GB HD

avalanch 154 August 21, 2009 at 11:25 AM in Computers (5) More HP Small & Medium Business Deals
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$549.99 - Bing Cash Back ($137.50) = $412.49 (Free shipping + tax)

Great deal on a quad core system. Free upgrade to Windows 7.
Do not use any HP coupons or it will cancel Bing cash back.

I already received my Bing Cash Back confirmation (took 20 minutes)
See Wiki for $361.50 Price!
Link:
http://www.shopping.hp.com/series...uter_store

Operating system Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1 (64-bit) edit
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Quad processor Q8300 [2.5GHz, 4MB L2, 1333MHz FSB]
Memory 6GB DDR3-1066MHz SDRAM [4 DIMMs]
Hard drive FREE UPGRADE! 640GB 7200 rpm SATA 3Gb/s hard drive from 500GB
Graphics card Integrated graphics - Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator X4500 [VGA]
Primary optical drive LightScribe 16X max. DVD+/-R/RW SuperMulti drive
Networking Integrated 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) Ethernet, No wireless LAN
Front Productivity Ports 15-in-1 memory card reader, 2 USB, audio
TV & entertainment experience No TV Tuner w/remote control
Sound Card Integrated 7.1 channel sound with front audio ports
Speakers No speakers
Keyboard and Mouse HP multimedia keyboard and HP optical mouse
Productivity software Microsoft(R) Works 9.0
Security software No additional security software
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Last Edited by Mr. Harley August 30, 2009 at 11:53 PM
Bundle Price for Monitor:

23" full HD LCD Monitor for $185 before bing is something to consider also..price is only valid with bundle...After bing $138

27" full HD KCD Monitor for $323.99 before bing...After bing $242.99 which is excellent for this size monitor.


Updated: 8/24/2009:

I received an HP EPP email at my work address which is attached. It clearly lists the EPP CB Bonus with EPP prices.
Attachment enclosed (P.S. I am the original poster of this deal if you search p6180t prior to OP)

____________________________________________________

You can save more by signing up for HP EPP. EPP works with Bing...Verified! See directions.

EPP Signup directions (also on jaffejuice.com [jaffejuice.com], HP's Employee Purchase Program (EPP) for friends 'n family):

Visit www.hpshopping.com/employee/jaffejuicetv and register to join the program
You'll need to enter in EPP company code: 3807

Now search for p6180t , Base configuration as OP postd above would be 481.99 before bing and tax.

Minus 120.50 CB brings it to $361.50 before Tax.

Save it to your shopping cart (while logged into EPP)

Now, close browser, open a new browser, go to bing.com and search for HP - 25% cashback would appear...

Click on link to get to HP site and sign in to your EPP account again. Saved item is there...with existing EPP.

Order it, and bing cashback should appear within 10-15 minutes...Above configuration appears for 481.99 + $31.33 Ohio tax to make it for $513.32..Bing cashback of 120.50 makes it 392.82 (including tax)

Here is base configuration and total for shipping to Ohio (Ohio tax added here):

HP Pavilion p6180t customizable Desktop PC
• Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1 (64-bit)
• Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Quad processor Q8300 [2.5GHz, 4MB L2, 1333MHz FSB]
• 6GB DDR3-1066MHz SDRAM [4 DIMMs]
*This is dual channel DDR3. Not triple channel DDR3.
• FREE UPGRADE! 640GB 7200 rpm SATA 3Gb/s hard drive from 500GB
• Integrated graphics - Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator X4500 [VGA + DVI*]
• LightScribe 16X max. DVD+/-R/RW SuperMulti drive
• Integrated 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) Ethernet, No wireless LAN
• 15-in-1 memory card reader, 2 USB, audio
• No TV Tuner w/remote control
• Integrated 7.1 channel sound with front audio ports
• SPDIF Coaxial Output*
• No speakers
• HP multimedia keyboard and HP optical mouse
• Microsoft(R) Works 9.0
• No additional security software
• HP Home & Home Office Store in-box envelope
Estimated build date: August 26, 2009 EPP_00_AV129AV#ABA 1 $781.99 $481.99
Summary of discounts for order H108286692
Instant discounts you received:
$300.00 PC instant rebate

Order subtotal $481.99
Shipping
(Standard 5-7 Business Days) FREE
Estimated ship date:
Your customized HP Pavilion p6180t customizable Desktop PC will be
built by August 26, 2009

OH Tax $31.33
Grand total $513.32

Other useful specs:
Usage Business
Type Multimedia, productivity PC.
Chassis uATX
Memory card reader Optional
Total memory slots 4 DIMM
Ports 6 USB (2 front, 4 back)
Audio Front headphone and mic ports (7.1 speaker capable)
Total slots 1 PCIe (x16 graphics), 3 PCIe (x1)
Energy Star Qualified No
Power supply 300 watts
Storage bay N/A
Dimensions 16.85"(L) x 6.97"(W) x 15.32"(H)
Modem Optional
Network interface Integrated 10/100/1000Mbps (Ethernet)
Software kit HP Pavilion bundle with MediaSmart Software Suite
DVD/CD burner software Cyberlink DVD Suite Deluxe
Tools Desktop icon for built-in desktop Help and Support Center
Warranty 1-year limited hardware
Support 1-year limited software, 1-year limited hardware support

Motherboard technical date: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/w...ct=4010451

*Source: link1 [hp.com], link2 [hp.com].

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#3
Thumbs up and that's coming from the HP AMD refurb camp. Wink Good find and a good thing Microsoft has deep pockets. I wasn't paying attention to the specs. I retract my DDR3 statement.
Correct me if I'm wrong but this actually is a waste of DDR3, apparently it can run in dual channel but might come in handy if you have deep pockets for an Intel i7 system later that does tri channel. .
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So then, three memory channels per processor, each channel supports a maximum of 3 DIMMs. Again do the math and a single processor can support a maximum of 9 memory slots. You are of course free to use one or two DIMMS, but for optimal performance, the minimum would however be three, one DIMM per channel. So depending on the motherboard class of use, the board can come configured with three, six or nine memory slots. http://www.guru3d.com/article/gsk...y-review/2
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#4
Nice deal! Would jump on this if I didn't just pick up a PC under another deal.
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That triple channel DDR3 is sweet. Thumbs up and that's coming from the HP AMD refurb camp. Wink Good find and a good thing Microsoft has deep pockets for all these Bingy deals, thanks Bill!
where? this deal is 4 DDR3 dimms in dual channel
confused?
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Quote from monkeybiz View Post :
That triple channel DDR3 is sweet. Thumbs up and that's coming from the HP AMD refurb camp. Wink Good find and a good thing Microsoft has deep pockets for all these Bingy deals, thanks Bill!
this is a pretty sweet deal.
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Quote from BIGFOOT_PI View Post :
where? this deal is 4 DDR3 dimms in dual channel
confused?
yes, confused. Just passing by and passing this up since I just got the refurbed HP. Didn't read the specs, not sure how DDR3 works, sorry if I misled anyone. A lot of desktop deals all of a sudden with bing bang wallly wally bing bang. Just for comparison I was eyeballing this overstock refurb for ~$460 after cashback. http://www.overstock.com/Electron...oduct.html And I imagine both have free windows 7 upgrade so value added and reps on the way.
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yes, confused. Just passing by and passing this up since I just got the refurbed HP. Didn't read the specs, not sure how DDR3 works, sorry if I misled anyone. A lot of desktop deals all of a sudden with bing bang wallly wally bing bang. Just for comparison I was eyeballing this overstock refurb for ~$460 after cashback. http://www.overstock.com/Electron...oduct.html And I imagine both have free windows 7 upgrade so value added and reps on the way.
what do you think? amd deal for 370 refurb or this one for 412? thinking if I should return overstock one you posted few days ago, and jump on this one....
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#9
Anyone know if I could put a Geforce 9600 GSO 1.5GB card into it?

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applic...=P450-9622
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#10
integrated graphics on a desktop?? C'mon man C'mon...not even HDMI? C'mon upgrade a little. Smilie
Here's what I like better for $540.71 + tax
  • Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1 (64-bit)
  • Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Quad processor Q8300 [2.5GHz, 4MB L2, 1333MHz FSB]
  • SAVE $30! 8GB DDR3-1066MHz SDRAM [4 DIMMs]
  • FREE UPGRADE! 640GB 7200 rpm SATA 3Gb/s hard drive from 500GB
  • 512MB NVIDIA GeForce G210 [DVI, HDMI, VGA]
  • LightScribe 16X max. DVD+/-R/RW SuperMulti drive
  • Integrated 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) Ethernet, No wireless LAN
  • 15-in-1 memory card reader, 2 USB, audio
  • TV tuner, dual format ATSC-NTSC with PVR, remote
  • Integrated 7.1 channel sound with front audio ports
  • No speakers
  • HP multimedia keyboard and HP optical mouse
  • Microsoft(R) Works 9.0
  • No additional security software
  • HP Home & Home Office Store in-box envelope
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#11
Any reason to get the quad core over the c2d e7500 for normal everyday use?
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I definitely plan on upgrading the video card, but not at HP prices Smilie
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Quote from avalanch View Post :
I definitely plan on upgrading the video card, but not at HP prices Smilie
exactly, having onboard video is a better value since there are so many HTPC or gaming cards out there.
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Quote from MrGreg View Post :
Any reason to get the quad core over the c2d e7500 for normal everyday use?
To be honest, I do not think the general users can feel the difference unless you are gaming or the job funcition requires faster programing. I would like to save the money for video card and HD montior.
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Quote from talanga View Post :
what do you think? amd deal for 370 refurb or this one for 412? thinking if I should return overstock one you posted few days ago, and jump on this one....
I stand by my decision on the refurb but YMMV. I also feel AMD platform is more energy efficient and best bang for the buck, I'm biased I know :
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From a longevity standpoint, the AM3 platform is much wiser to invest in than LGA-775.http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchips...=3551&p=16
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