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HP Z240 SFF Work Station i7-6700, 32GB DDR4, Nvidia K1200 4GB GDDR5, 512GB SSD, Win7 Pro @ $880 + F/S, 3 Yr Warranty @ $880 + $5 Shipping

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Computer.woot offers HP Z240 Small form factor Workstation with Core i7-6700 3.4GHz Quad Core, 32GB DDR4 2133MHz Ram, 512GB SSD, Nvidia K1200 4GB GDDR5 Workstation Card, DVD-RW, Win7 Pro 64 Bit with Win10 Pro 64 Bit License @ $880 + $5 Shipping. This comes with 3 year HP Warranty

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  • Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit (Win 10 Pro 64 Bit License)
  • Skylake Core i7-6700 3.4GHz (4GHz Turbo, 8MB Cache)
  • 32GB DDR4 2133MHz Ram
  • 512GB SSD
  • Nvidia Quadro K1200 4GB GDDR5
  • Gigabit Lan
  • 8x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, 1x PS/2
  • 1x PCIe x16 3.0, 1x PCIe X1 3.0, 1x PCIe X16 @ X4 Speed
  • 1x M.2 PCIe X4 Slot, 1x 3.5" Bay, 1x 2.5" Bay
  • 3x DisplayPort
  • DVD-RW
  • 240W 92% Active PFC PSU
  • Keyboard & Mouse Combo
  • 12.66 lbs
  • 3 years HP Warranty
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That's pretty darn good for a non-Xeon workstation.

Where does Sury find all of these great computer deals??? (Said in the voice of Jack Nicholson's Joker)
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This is an excellent deal, especially with all that RAM, the big SSD, Win 7 Pro, the discrete graphics and the 3 year warranty. Sell the graphics card on eBay for $200 net, and you are free to pickup a consumer/gaming one, if needed, for less.

It's one of those deal when you really wish you were in the market to buy one.
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That's pretty darn good for a non-Xeon workstation.

Where does Sury find all of these great computer deals??? (Said in the voice of Jack Nicholson's Joker)
Yes, just trying to wean my self off Desktops.
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This is an excellent deal, especially with all that RAM, the big SSD, Win 7 Pro, the discrete graphics and the 3 year warranty. Sell the graphics card on eBay for $200 net, and you are free to pickup a consumer/gaming one, if needed, for less.

It's one of those deal when you really wish you were in the market to buy one.
This PC is SFF with a 220W PSU (proprietary I'm assuming) Good luck trying to find a decent SFF GPU for cheaper/better than the K1200 this comes with.
It's not a bad deal for what you get with it + 3 year warranty, but the $880 is better spent elsewhere IMO
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Quote from nhttri View Post :
This PC is SFF with a 220W PSU (proprietary I'm assuming) Good luck trying to find a decent SFF GPU for cheaper/better than the K1200 this comes with.
It's not a bad deal for what you get with it + 3 year warranty, but the $880 is better spent elsewhere IMO
I don't need luck, and I don't game. I know there are options. But if your primary interest is gaming, you would certainly not be looking at a workstation. Just like you wouldn't be looking at a desktop when you need to be able to carry the device around.
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For anyone wondering the K1200 in this is the same exact thing as a GTX 750 (512 cuda cores) except this has an extra 2gb memory for models and such.

Expect slightly less than GTX 750 performance in games. This is SFF so you really wont be able to fit anything better in. You could sell the K1200 and buy a low profile GTX 750 Ti I suppose.
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So if I configure this system on HP's store it comes to just over $2,000 Confused

For doing CAD and design/office work is there anything better for ~$900?
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So if I configure this system on HP's store it comes to just over $2,000 http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smili...questioned.gif

For doing CAD and design/office work is there anything better for ~$900?
Depends on what you can find on Dell Outlet. But this would be on the upper end of what you can find for ~900.

Only problem with this is, you really cant upgrade the GPU if you needed to.
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I just need a PC for normal PC stuff (not even into gaming) but for the Price this seems like a really good deal, especially with the SSD that I would like. Any comments as to whether I am way off buying a Workstation (which I never considered before) rather than just a good up-to-date PC with a similar SSD? Any drawbacks buying a Workstation vs. a PC?? Thanks for your help!
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This is not intended for gaming and that's why it does not carry a higher wattage PSU to support a very high end Consumer grade Graphics card.
This is a small form factor Budget Workstation Computer for CAD, Digital Content creation and other workstation related works. And guys, remember this is a budget solution, never intended for high end gaming cards and that's why having a 220W PSU.
It is never intended for Workstation Graphics card which requires 500W PSU because then that will cost a fortune, $1000+ for just the Graphics card.
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I just need a PC for normal PC stuff (not even into gaming) but for the Price this seems like a really good deal, especially with the SSD that I would like. Any comments as to whether I am way off buying a Workstation (which I never considered before) rather than just a good up-to-date PC with a similar SSD? Any drawbacks buying a Workstation vs. a PC?? Thanks for your help!
If you are specially interested in SFF then this is good but I think at this price, you can build a Tower Desktop with almost similar configuration. This particular graphics card is for Workstation related work and costs around $260. You can actually get a pretty powerful normal Gaming card at this price or also reduce the price by going for a cheaper $120 card, if not planning to game.
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We are using the Z240 MT system for CAD/Revit System retails on CDW for $1800. More expensive but the things are fast. Loaded them up with 64GB of ram with the M.2 turbo drive mounted on the MB.

.MT
.1 x Core i7 6700 / 3.4 GHz
.RAM 16 GB
.SSD 512 GB
.HP Z Turbo Drive G2
.DVD SuperMulti
.Quadro K2200
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Estimated tax on this thing is ~$60 can't decide if I really need this or not.
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I don't need luck, and I don't game. I know there are options. But if your primary interest is gaming, you would certainly not be looking at a workstation. Just like you wouldn't be looking at a desktop when you need to be able to carry the device around.
I don't disagree with you, but your earlier post sounded like you can just buy this and turn it into something that it's not, a gaming PC. Also, looking at the pictures on woot. I don't see the dedicated gpu, is it soldered on to the board like the laptop version?
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