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HP Pavilion Desktop: Core i7 3770 3.40GHz, 10GB DDR3, 1TB HDD, Radeon HD 7570, 460W PSU, Adobe Premiere Elements & Photoshop 10, Win 7 EXPIRED

deelseaker 7,700 May 26, 2013 at 04:35 PM in Computers More HP Deals
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Promoted 05-27-2013 at 06:15 AM View Original Post
HP Home & Home Office offers various HP Pavilion Desktop Customization when following the instructions listed below. Save an additional $100 off $999 or more with coupon code MEMPC. Shipping is free. Thanks deelseaker

Note, you may customized your desktop to your desire, however the cost will vary.

Deal #1
  1. Click here to view HP Pavilion HPE H8-1360T Desktop
  2. Click "Customized and Buy"
  3. Select the following upgrades
    • Power Supply: 460W Power Supply +$30
    • Networking: Premium Wireless-N LAN Card and Bluetooth +$20
  4. Click on "Continue"
  5. Apply $100 off coupon code: MEMPC
  6. Total at checkout should be $649.99 with free shipping
Specs
  • 3rd Generation Intel Core i7 3770 3.40GHz
  • 10GB DDR3
  • 1TB 7200RPM HDD
  • 1GB AMD Radeon HD 7570
  • 460W Power Supply
  • Wireless-N LAN Card & Bluetooth
  • SuperMulti DVD Burner
  • Windows 7 Home Premium (64-Bit)
  • Adobe Premiere Elements & Photoshop Elements 10
  • 2-Years Limited Hardware Warranty
  • Inputs
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 2x USB 3.0
Deal #2
  1. Click here to view HP ENVY HPE H8-1540T Desktop
  2. Click "Customized and Buy"
  3. Click on "Continue"
  4. Apply $100 off coupon code: MEMPC
  5. Total at checkout should be $699.99 with free shipping
Specs
  • 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 3820 3.60GHz
  • 12GB DDR3
  • 2TB 7200RPM HDD
  • 1GB AMD Radeon HD 7670
  • 460W Power Supply
  • Wi-Fi
  • SuperMulti DVD Burner
  • Windows 8 (64-bit)
  • Adobe Premiere Elements & Photoshop Elements 11
  • 2-Years Limited Hardware Warranty
  • Inputs
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 2x USB 3.0

Original Post

HP has a $100 off $999+ coupon in effect now (Coupon Code MEMPC) that is stackable with the current instant savings. There are two very good desktop deals that can be had here.

Here is a well-rounded configuration for $649.99 + tax, free shipping:
  • HP Pavilion HPE h8-1360t Desktop PC
  • 3rd Generation Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 quad-core processor [3.4GHz, 8MB Shared Cache]
  • Windows 7 Home Premium [64-bit]
  • 10GB DDR3-1333MHz SDRAM [3 DIMMs]
  • 1TB 7200 rpm SATA hard drive
  • 1GB AMD Radeon HD 7570 [DVI, HDMI, & VGA via adapter]
  • 460W Power Supply (select this upgrade)
  • SuperMulti DVD burner
  • Premium Wireless-N LAN card and Bluetooth(R )(2x2) (select this upgrade)
  • Premium HP keyboard and optical mouse
  • Beats Audio (tm) -- integrated studio quality sound
  • 15-in-1 memory card reader, 2 x USB 2.0 (front), 2 x USB 3.0 (top)
  • FREE Adobe(R) Premiere Elements & Photoshop 10
HP Pavilion HPE h8-1360t Desktop PC [hp.com]

Here is a better configuration (and a rare Sandy Bridge-E deal) for $699.99 + tax, free shipping:
  • HP ENVY h8-1540t Desktop PC
  • 2nd Generation Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3820 processor [3.6GHz, 10MB Shared Cache]
  • Windows 8 [64-bit]
  • 12GB DDR3-1600MHz SDRAM [3 DIMMs]
  • 2TB 7200 rpm SATA hard drive
  • 1GB AMD Radeon HD 7670 [DVI, HDMI, DP & VGA via adapter]
  • 460W Power Supply
  • SuperMulti DVD burner
  • Wireless-N LAN card (1x1)
  • HP keyboard and optical mouse
  • Beats Audio (tm) -- integrated studio quality sound
  • 15-in-1 memory card reader, 2 x USB 2.0 (front), 2 x USB 3.0 (top)
  • FREE Adobe(R) Premiere Elements & Photoshop 11
HP ENVY h8-1540t Desktop PC [hp.com]

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#31
These are super weak video cards. Here are some G3D benchmarks


PassMark - G3D Mark High End Videocards - Updated 27th of May 2013

Radeon HD 7670 1,134
Radeon HD 7570 978

http://www.videocardbenchmark.net..._gpus.html
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#32
Quote from MxChris View Post :
I just want to know how they arrive at 10gb of ram in 3 dimms.
Same way Bush Jr. was voted into office in 2000 LMAO
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#33
Very tempting... I'd dump this into a new case with the Thermaltake Toughpower PSU and GTX 480 I have sitting in my parts drawer. Hmm...
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#34
I was a little tired of Dells and last December I bought directly from HP CTO H9-1315t for $850 including tax and shipping for a pc that was very comparable to OP. Its motherboard died within first couple of weeks. I refused their repair and requested a new computer and I was told, they don't make 1315t no more and offer me a replacement H9-1320t - same CPU but 10GB of RAM instead of 8GB.It took me hours on the phone to fight thir idea of charging me the difference between full price for 1320t (~$1200) and the discounted price I paid.
So far my setup works OK, I replaced the original video card HD7670 and added 2 hard drives (Intel 256GB SSD and 1.5 TB HD in addition to installed 2TB drive). It is pretty noisy rig though, for some reason fans are kicking in every minute or so with no CPU spike or any other apparent reason. Not sure if this is how the water cooling works.
Overall the rig does not seem like a speed demon, as you would expect from the specs.
Bottom line, if I was going to buy a PC again, I would go for a Dell without hesitation.
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#35
*BUYER BEWARE* Bought this a couple months ago, video card in it is garbage. I returned to HP, got a new one, kept randomly rebooting and all system logs showed it was video card issue. HP wanted me to send whole PC back and I would get it back "in 4-6 weeks" I complained enough they sent me a $100 gift card for the troubles and I put in an old video card, no issues at all.
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#36
Not a bad deal, I just no longer trust HP. You can go with HP and their manufacturer 1 year warranty, and pray something does not break afterwards, or custom build your own (if you have the ability to do so) and get much higher quality parts, many with 2-3 years warranty Smilie
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#37
Thanks for posting. Just bought the following for $899!

HP ENVY h8-1540t Desktop PC
• Windows 8 64
• 2nd Generation Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3820 processor [3.6GHz, 10MB Shared Cache]
• 1.5GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 [Dual Bracket; 2x DVI, HDMI, DP, VGA via adapter]
• FREE Upgrade to 12GB DDR3-1600Mhz SDRAM [3 DIMMs]
• 2TB 7200 rpm SATA hard drive
• No secondary hard drive
• Microsoft Office Trial
• No additional Security Software
• SuperMulti DVD Burner
• 15-in-1 memory card reader, 2 USB 2.0 (front), 2 USB 3.0 (top)
• No TV Tuner
• Beats Audio (tm) -- integrated studio quality sound
• HP USB keyboard and optical mouse with volume control
• Wireless-N LAN card (1x1)
• 460W Power supply
• Adobe Photoshop Elements & Premiere Elements 11
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#38
I have the one with the next gen AMD Quad core A-8 3.4GHz Turbo to 3.7GHz max RAM is 32GB of DDR3 XP1600MHz. Now there are some issues going to 32GB of RAM in these HP MOBO (motherboards) HP told me the max RAM is 16GB but that's only if you use Windows 7 HPM 64-bit instead of Windows 7 UL 64-bit.

The real issues I can see is what needs to be running on these systems HP doesn't even support the 32GB of RAM but still the MOBO support it higher speeds beyond the 1600MHz. I had to also replace the 1TB Seagate HDD SATA III in here with WD Blue and larger Cache 64 instead of the Seagate 32 cache. Much better. Seagate started to fail. HP could have sent me a new one but a lot of hoops you have to go through them.

In all the system is much quicker and I keep that way. I did install the free update from MS for Windows 8 Pro HP told me to go back to Windows 7 they didn't have all the drivers needed at the time. HP Assistant has issues. I uninstalled that and the issues gone.

In all I have two HP systems here still for what you get for your money not bad. Beat Audio is very good along with USB 3, 802.11abgn WiFi ready to go. 10/100/1000mbps port. 1GB AMD Radeon HD 7560D.

Best deal on this as you can go.. With all the price match and coupons, 2% off I got mine for $388 bucks. Priced $479 on sale.
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#39
For the HP Pavilion HPE h8-1360t Desktop PC

Wouldn't you want to "downgrade" to the 12 gb memory that's 2 dimms instead of 3 dimms? Doesn't that save you a dimm for future upgrade?
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#40
Quote from ss_secrtagent View Post :
For the HP Pavilion HPE h8-1360t Desktop PC

Wouldn't you want to "downgrade" to the 12 gb memory that's 2 dimms instead of 3 dimms? Doesn't that save you a dimm for future upgrade?
You mean the h8-1540t, don't you? Good question. The chipset supports up to quad-channel memory configuration. Theoretically, tri-channel should perform better than dual-channel. Real world results are virtually identical.

Bottom line: If you plan to upgrade the RAM, go with the 2-DIMM config. Otherwise, stick with the 3-DIMM one.

More info for those who are interested: Three channels seems to be the sweet spot based on this review [xbitlabs.com].
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#41
Quote from uhsarp View Post :
Same way Bush Jr. was voted into office in 2000 LMAO
I don't get it. They calculated the amount of RAM based on a majority of electoral votes? Or were you just being hilarious? That seems unlikely.
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#42
What could be a good, affordable video card replacement for this machine? For games like Diablo 3 or the new Star Craft?
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#43
Quote from Snail View Post :
What could be a good, affordable video card replacement for this machine? For games like Diablo 3 or the new Star Craft?
Gtx 560/560ti. Edit: not the SE. Under $100

Also for under $200, gtx 660.
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#44
Desktops are practically dinosaurs... kinda useless for most people that pound sites like this.
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#45
Quote from robangel View Post :
You must have sexy finger prints and love to dust! Big Grin
no finger prints that I can see, there's no need to touch the PC other than to turn it on. And the amount of dust isn't any different than with any other PC. You just gotta dust it every few weeks.
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