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HP Pavilion p7-1446s Desktop: AMD A10-5700 3.4GHz Quad Core APU, 8GB DDR3, 1TB 7200RPM HDD, Radeon HD 7660D, WiFi N, Windows 8 EXPIRED

deelseaker 8,979 March 5, 2013 at 09:58 AM in Computers (7) More Staples Deals
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Promoted 03-05-2013 at 12:30 PM View Original Post
Staples has HP Pavilion p7-1446s Desktop PC for $500 - $75 off with coupon code 70847 = $425. Shipping is free. Thanks deelseaker

Note, for in-store purchases, use this Printable Coupon

Specs
  • AMD A10-5700 3.4GHz Quad-Core APU
  • 8GB DDR3
  • 1TB 7200RPM HDD
  • AMD Radeon HD 7660D Graphics
  • SuperMulti DVD Burner
  • WiFi N
  • USB 3.0
  • Windows 8

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Edited March 9, 2013 at 12:45 PM by deelseaker
This is a great system for those who need an inexpensive system with decent graphics. Basically, with AMD systems, you trade some CPU power for better integrated graphics. If you need a faster CPU, go with Intel Core i3/i5. If you need solid entry-level 3D graphics capability, choose AMD A8/A10.

In comparison to the recent Lenovo i5 deal, this PC has a slower processor but better integrated graphics, USB 3.0, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. If you were on the fence about the Lenovo thinking you needed an HD 6670, wireless connectivity and/or USB 3.0 ports in it, give this a try.

HP Pavilion p7-1446s Desktop PC [staples.com]

$499.99 - $75 coupon = $424.99 + tax

In-Store Coupon Code: 16156 New code good until 3/11
Online / Phone Coupon Code: 70847
  • AMD Quad-Core A10-5700 Accelerated 3.4GHz 4MB L2 Cache Processor (Trinity), 65W TDP
  • 8GB DDR3-1600 RAM
  • 1TB 7200RPM Serial ATA hard drive
  • Radeon HD 7660D (integrated)
  • DVD Burner
  • Media Card Reader
  • USB 3.0
  • Integrated Bluetooth 4.0 and Wireless LAN 802.11a/b/g/n
  • Windows 8
  • 1-Year Warranty
Manufacturer's Specifications [hp.com]

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#16
The HD7660d is roughly equivalent to a HD6670 ddr3.
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#17
If you get a video card with this, get one that can crossfire. If the MOBO can support it in this PC, it will utilize the GPU on the CPU and the video card.

That is, IF the MOBO supports crossfire, which I do not know if it does.
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#18
Quote from satanslover View Post :
Meh, I priced this in my head using parts from recent deals, and it came to like $200.
You must be smoking crack. Fry's had a good mobo (usb 3.0/hdmi) and amd 5700 combo for $137. How you can build the rest of the system for $63 is a pipe dream. I know, because I just built one.
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Quote from satanslover View Post :
Meh, I priced this in my head using parts from recent deals, and it came to like $200.
The processor alone is $130, plus around $60 for the hard drive. Not sure how you're getting a mobo, psu, windows etc, for < $10.
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#20
Quote from funkdoc View Post :
The processor alone is $130, plus around $60 for the hard drive. Not sure how you're getting a mobo, psu, windows etc, for < $10.
He priced it in *his* head. Imaginery land pricing where everything on NewEgg is 70% off and Windows is FREEEE.
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#21
Quote from parasitemite View Post :
He priced it in *his* head. Imaginery land pricing where everything on NewEgg is 70% off and Windows is FREEEE.
Can I shop there, please?
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#22
For people who also wants a 22" monitor, it seems the SD Dell Vostro 470 at $580 may offer an alternative:

$425 vs $580
AMD A10-5700 vs Intel i5-3450
no monitor vs 22" monitor
Win8 vs Win7
8GB RAM vs 4GB
1TB HD vs 500GB
etc etc

By the way, you can also configure the Dell with i7-3770 by adding $200 which make it $780.
Last edited by pc1654 March 5, 2013 at 01:07 PM
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#23
Quote from funkdoc View Post :
The processor alone is $130, plus around $60 for the hard drive. Not sure how you're getting a mobo, psu, windows etc, for < $10.
I haven't bought a desktop PC in a while, so was wondering, with no HDMI port, which type of monitor connector will work best to give the highest resolution?
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#24
Quote from satanslover View Post :
Meh, I priced this in my head using parts from recent deals, and it came to like $200.
Wow, you are so luck to have deals that I did not noticed. A10 3700 was 109, then the board should be around 50, then HD for 50. It is already 200.
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Quote from Studly View Post :
I haven't bought a desktop PC in a while, so was wondering, with no HDMI port, which type of monitor connector will work best to give the highest resolution?
DVI-D or displayports are the good enough for monitors. HDMI is only useful for TVs as thats a standard connection TVs use.

Any modern computer can support "highest resolution" as its standard spec. The question is, do you have the monies to buy the best monitor out there =)?
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#26
No HDMI.
Four SATA.
2 5.25'+ 2 3.5' dock
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#27
Quote from funkdoc View Post :
The processor alone is $130, plus around $60 for the hard drive. Not sure how you're getting a mobo, psu, windows etc, for < $10.
Pricing this out between Microcenter and Fry's out of my own curiosity...

CPU/Mobo: 140$
AMD A-10 5700 and MSI A75MA-E35 CPU and Motherboard Combo Kit
http://www.frys.com/product/75447...IN_RSLT_PG

HD: 60$
1TB 7,200 RPM SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive DT01ACA100 - OEM
http://microcenter.com/product/40...A100_-_OEM

RAM: 43$
DDR3 8GB 1600MHz PATRIOT
http://www.frys.com/product/69801...IN_RSLT_PG

That leaves about 180$ for the case, PSU, the misc hardware, software licenses and anything else it comes bundled with, like a keyboard or something.
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#28
Quote from pc1654 View Post :
For people who also wants a 22" monitor, it seems the SD Dell Vostro 470 at $580 may offer an alternative:

$425 vs $580
AMD A10-5700 vs Intel i5-3450
no monitor vs 22" monitor
Win8 vs Win7
8GB RAM vs 4GB
1GB HD vs 500MB
etc etc

By the way, you can also configure the Dell with i7-3770 by adding $200 which make it $780.
Man that is some crappy hdd's Wink
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#29
Quote from bluskye View Post :
You must be smoking crack. Fry's had a good mobo (usb 3.0/hdmi) and amd 5700 combo for $137. How you can build the rest of the system for $63 is a pipe dream. I know, because I just built one.
Quote from funkdoc View Post :
The processor alone is $130, plus around $60 for the hard drive. Not sure how you're getting a mobo, psu, windows etc, for < $10.
Quote from parasitemite View Post :
He priced it in *his* head. Imaginery land pricing where everything on NewEgg is 70% off and Windows is FREEEE.
Quote from vincentjones View Post :
Wow, you are so luck to have deals that I did not noticed. A10 3700 was 109, then the board should be around 50, then HD for 50. It is already 200.
LOL, so many people desperate to overpay for a Staples "deal". It's like they've never even heard of SlickDeals LMAO
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#30
Quote from satanslover View Post :
LOL, so many people desperate to overpay for a Staples "deal". It's like they've never even heard of SlickDeals LMAO
No one was drooling over this deal, but we are all in agreement you are smoking crack son.
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