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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 8,947 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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#31
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.
Thank you so much. The combo that you mentioned is what I have been dreaming for months!!
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#32
Quote from xlcjw72 View Post :
Man that is some crappy hdd's Wink

Oops, that should be 1TB vs 500GB. Smilie
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#33
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
Not interested in the deal as I just built my own, but don't mislead people into thinking you can get all of this for $200, when you A. don't provide any links to the items and B. clearly can't.
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#34
not the best deal, just got on the dell inspiron few weeks ago for almost same setup , 3rd gen intel i3 with 6gb ram for $360+ CA tax , comes out about $420 shipped.

So lukewarm deal, but to people who are in need of a computer and not willing to wait for a better deal, go for it Smilie
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#35
The combo is quite tempting
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#36
Quote from funkdoc View Post :
Not interested in the deal as I just built my own, but don't mislead people into thinking you can get all of this for $200, when you A. don't provide any links to the items and B. clearly can't.
You're right, it can be had less than $200, it's misleading. If you can't be bothered using search neither can I.
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#37
Hot deal for those who don't want to mess with mail in rebates and also want a single warranty with a single point of contact which will cover every single component.

When I build a system and use parts from various vendors I hate when a video card manufacturer tries to blame the motherboard for the problem (just an example of many such instances). With a system like this you know everything will work out of the box so you can get it setup and get right down to business. To some this may be worth paying a little more. Now me, I like to tinker, and I know HP does not offer a lot of BIOS options on this lineup, so I'll pass. Still tempted though!
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#38
It can't quite be had for $200. For recent deals, the best would probably be:

http://slickdeals.net/permadeal/88264/tigerdirect.com-gigabyte-ga78lmts2p-amd-760g-matx-motherboard-amd-phenom-ii-x6-1045t-cpu-8gb-2x4gb-1tb-toshiba-hdd-hec-485w-psu-diablotek-case-more

Add in about $50 for a low-mid tier card (HD 6770 comes to mind), some extra for DVD drive and wifi, and you're at about $300. At that point it's your choice on which way you're going for an OS!

I don't see it happening for significantly less than that.
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#39
Quote from cheepdood View Post :
Hot deal for those who don't want to mess with mail in rebates and also want a single warranty with a single point of contact which will cover every single component.

When I build a system and use parts from various vendors I hate when a video card manufacturer tries to blame the motherboard for the problem (just an example of many such instances). With a system like this you know everything will work out of the box so you can get it setup and get right down to business. To some this may be worth paying a little more. Now me, I like to tinker, and I know HP does not offer a lot of BIOS options on this lineup, so I'll pass. Still tempted though!
I've got 30+ PCs built from scratch running here and I've had to return exactly two parts: Some Patriot memory and a crappy cheap generic PSU from Amazon. If you add incompetence into the mix it adds many more problems, the parts are generally fine.
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#40
Quote from amc1870 View Post :
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.
Good build, I lucked out Friday and Saturday when I saw that Frys deal.
Frys.com put out an A10 5700 with MSI FM2-A75MA board for $140 after rebate.

Bought a case and PSU from Newegg for $50 (case was Shell Shocker for $30 AR)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6817152032
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6811147166

Bought a 6670 on ebay for $51 after shipping. (no link, plenty out there)

Bought 8GB Patriot Viper (2x4GB) 1600mhz RAM on Amazon for $50.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...os_product

I will use the HDDs from my current 2007 Inspiron 531s (2007 model) that was being used as an HTPC until I kept getting BSOD from (my guess) overheating.
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#41
This build it yourself conversation is ridiculous.

No chance you can get this for under $200. Under $300 maybe if you plan/price it out right (if you needed to buy right now no chance) and this is not including an OS which many build it yourself people can probably get for free. Wink Overall you almost always get more bang for your buck if you build it yourself so why are we even discussing this? It is the same for this desktop or any other.

On a side note I bought the Lenovo A6 desktop last year for $260? $270? and it came with HDMI so for this computer to not offer it is ridiculous, in my opinion (newer by a year, A10, etc).
Last edited by ParticleJG March 5, 2013 at 01:49 PM
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#42
Quote from mankix View Post :
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.
I am betting on that the mobo does not support crossfire.
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#43
Quote from satanslover View Post :
I've got 30+ PCs built from scratch running here and I've had to return exactly two parts: Some Patriot memory and a crappy cheap generic PSU from Amazon. If you add incompetence into the mix it adds many more problems, the parts are generally fine.

Come talk to me when you've built over 500 and deployed thousands of them my little satanic troll. The stuff I actually hand build, or rather instruct others to build because I'm too busy, attaches to multimillion dollar medical imaging equipment. The cards I buy are well beyond your measly satanic 200 buck budget.
Last edited by cheepdood March 5, 2013 at 01:56 PM
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#44
Quote from satanslover View Post :
You're right, it can be had less than $200, it's misleading. If you can't be bothered using search neither can I.
Wow. I've never seen a slickdealer be less helpful. Thanks for nothing satanlicker.
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#45
Quote from mankix View Post :
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.
This does NOT support crossfire.

from: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupp...=c03500676

Integrated Graphics
*Integrated video is not available if a graphics card is installed.
Supports PCI Express x16 graphics cards
Either integrated graphics or the PCI Express x16 slot are usable at one time; they are not usable concurrently
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