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Last Edited by jersharocks May 24, 2016 at 08:51 AM
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Hewlett-Packard
6300 Pro SFF
Slim/Small form factor
Intel Core i5 - 3470 3.2 GHz
Memory 8 GB
Storage 2 TB SATA
Optical Drive DVD-RW
Graphics Intel HD Graphics 2500
Audio High Definition Audio with Realtek ALC221 codec with internal speakers
Ethernet Intel 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection
Wireless Card Not Included
Power Supply 240 W active PFC
Monitor No monitor included
Speaker Internal speakers
Keyboard Not included
Mouse Not included
Operating System Windows 7 Professional
CPU
CPU Type Intel Core i5
CPU Speed 3470 (3.20 GHz)
Graphics
GPU/VGA Type Intel HD Graphics 2500
Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics 2500
Memory
Memory Capacity 8 GB DDR3
Hard Drive
SSD No
HDD 2 TB
Optical Drive
Optical Drive Type DVD+R/RW
Display
Screen Size No Screen
Communications
LAN Speed 10/100/1000Mbps
WLAN Intel 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection
Front Panel Ports
Front USB 4
Back Panel Ports
Video Ports 1 VGA
Rear USB 6
RJ45 1 port
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#2
Your link just tried to Download a virus to my PC.
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Does anyone know if I could add an SSD and upgrade the GPU?
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OK deal for an off-lease business class machine - if you can stand the high power consumption.

Quote from Steve325 View Post :
Does anyone know if I could add an SSD and upgrade the GPU?
Yes and yes. You would need to find a low profile graphics card, however.
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Does anyone know if I could add an SSD and upgrade the GPU?
Yes to both. There are spare SATA ports on the board and it does have a PCI-E x8 x16 (thanks Geezerman!) slot.

Note: The Video card needs to be a small form factor card (half-height/low profile) which means you won't be able to shove a high-end one in there. Meaning your gaming will be quite limited if that's your plan.
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Quote from revere04 View Post :
Your link just tried to Download a virus to my PC.
link is fine. you already have a virus if that link gave you a notification.
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on my work HP elitedesk SFF pc It has a SSD & HHD, also has a small form factor GPU though its mainly for dual HDMI outputs rather than performance/gaming. Not sure how much luck you'll have finding a gaming GPU for a SFF pc.
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guess it is off lease, not really refurbished
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It doesn't look very slim to me. I don't think this would be a good HTPC.
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It doesn't look very slim to me. I don't think this would be a good HTPC.
I have one of these at work - it's hardly any bigger than the Dell 9010 I'm using as an HTPC at home, and this HP has the advantage of having an external 3.5" bay, which could be used for a media card reader or something else.

I regret buying the Dell over this - this has better specs (much larger hard drive) and is quite a bit less expensive.

As for video cards, look for the Nvidia GeForce 750 Ti low profile - there are two cards for sale on Amazon. I tried both - one was glitchy as hell and the other has been rock-solid, even though they both require more than a 240 watt power supply on paper.
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Quote from The_Linux_Crew View Post :
It doesn't look very slim to me. I don't think this would be a good HTPC.
Actually it is. I have one that I use for just that purpose.
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Can you upgrade to Windows 10 for free?
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Your post just downloaded a virus onto my pc.
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Can you upgrade to Windows 10 for free?
No way, Jose. It's very difficult to get a windows 10 upgrade. Very exclusive for only the most loyal customers............. lol, just kidding. Nah, you pretty much have to go out of your way not to upgrade to windows 10. It's almost malware at this point. I've never seen more subversive tactics to get you to install software.
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In case any one is interested in using this as an HTPC as is without moving the internals to a different case, it is only 3.9 " tall, 13.3" wide by 14.9 deep.

It should fit most entertainment center shelving, I have a similar size Lenovo and I used a 90 degree adapter for both the HDMI and Power cable, that was a lot cheaper than getting another box.
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