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Lenovo Thinkcentre M92P Tiny Desktop (Refurb): i5-3470T, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD EXPIRED

elcubano 215 78 August 2, 2016 at 05:17 AM in Computers More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 08-02-2016 by RevOne at 07:50 AM View Original Post
EPC via Newegg has Lenovo Thinkcentre M92P Tiny Desktop (Refurbished) on sale for $199.99. Shipping is free. Thanks elcubano

Specs:
  • 2.9GHz Intel i5-3470T Dual-Core Processor
  • 4GB 1600MHz DDR3 RAM
  • 500GB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive
  • Intel HD Graphics 2500
  • Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 1x VGA
    • 3x USB 3.0 (rear)
    • 2x USB 3.0 (front)
    • 1x Gigabit Ethernet
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Edited August 2, 2016 at 06:57 AM by wuzzy
http://m.newegg.com/Product?ItemN...7RB3PX4693
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damn good deal for a HTPC

tiny form factor.
i5-3470T
4gb laptop ram
500 GB HDD
windows 10 pro
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#4
Specs just say VGA out. Can anyone confirm if there is an HDMI out as well?
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Quote from redeyejay View Post :
Specs just say VGA out. Can anyone confirm if there is an HDMI out as well?
Looks like it has displayport so you'd need a displayport to hdmi adapter.

Good news is that it looks to have Windows 7 support.

Thinking about this as a replacement for my WMC PC.
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Quote from redeyejay View Post :
Specs just say VGA out. Can anyone confirm if there is an HDMI out as well?
Looks like it comes with a DisplayPort

http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/desk...tech_specs
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darn. so no easy way for a dvi output then?
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Quote from chipmonger View Post :
Looks like it has displayport so you'd need a displayport to hdmi adapter.

Good news is that it looks to have Windows 7 support.

Thinking about this as a replacement for my WMC PC.
Thanks!
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#9
better than the m72e's that people (including myself) bought earlier. This one is $60 more but has a better CPU (G2020t vs i5 3470T). Assuming this one actually has a displayport or hdmi port.

I'm happy with my m72e. It makes a high pitch noise when its on that is kind of annoying but I assume its the harddrive, which I plan to replace with an SDD whenever I can get a deal on one.

Word of caution, I experienced screen tearing on the m72e which was very disappointing. However It seems to have gone away with an update to windows 10 (came with 7). From google searchs, seems like this is a known problem with Intel display drivers.
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better than the m72e's that people (including myself) bought earlier. This one is $60 more but has a better CPU (G2020t vs i5 3470T). Assuming this one actually has a displayport or hdmi port.

I'm happy with my m72e. It makes a high pitch noise when its on that is kind of annoying but I assume its the harddrive, which I plan to replace with an SDD whenever I can get a deal on one.

Word of caution, I experienced screen tearing on the m72e which was very disappointing. However It seems to have gone away with an update to windows 10 (came with 7). From google searchs, seems like this is a known problem with Intel display drivers.
I several of the m72e units all with the same high pitched whine. It's not the hard drive or the fan, but rather one of the electrical components on the motherboard. I don't know which one to be exact though. Lots of people investigating the same issue speculate that it's a capacitor. Have you noticed how the noise goes anyway momentarily when the unit is under load and processing something?
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Can't build one like it for anywhere near this price. TU
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It has Intel HD Graphics 2500

I read that Intel 4400 GPU is minimum for smooth 4k video.
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darn. so no easy way for a dvi output then?
Yeah something like this should work
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product
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Title really needs some help. These have VGA & DisplayPort. You can get DP to DVI or HDMI adapter for less than $10.

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_s...pter+-mini

Or get 3-in-1 Adapters for $15+
https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_s...in+1+-mini
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Last edited by bean August 2, 2016 at 07:20 AM
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Quote from k0nkuzh0n View Post :
better than the m72e's that people (including myself) bought earlier. This one is $60 more but has a better CPU (G2020t vs i5 3470T). Assuming this one actually has a displayport or hdmi port.

I'm happy with my m72e. It makes a high pitch noise when its on that is kind of annoying but I assume its the harddrive, which I plan to replace with an SDD whenever I can get a deal on one.

Word of caution, I experienced screen tearing on the m72e which was very disappointing. However It seems to have gone away with an update to windows 10 (came with 7). From google searchs, seems like this is a known problem with Intel display drivers.
It's probably the power supply not the hard drive, so don't expect the SSD to fix it. I'd warranty it if you still have time.
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