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(Refurb)HP Pavilion Desktop i5-6400 8GB 1TB 128GB SSD W10 $335

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HP Pavilion 560-P015HVR Desktop [ebay.com]
Manufacturer refurbished
Intel Core i5-6400 2.70GHz Quad-Core Max Turbo 3.30GHz
8GB DDR4 SDRAM Max memory 16GB
1TB 7200 rpm SATA Hard Drive
128GB SSD
Intel HD Graphics 530
LAN 1000BASE-T Ethernet
WLAN 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.2
Ultra Slim Tray SuperMulti DVD Burner drive
7-in-1 media card reader
Windows 10

20% off code- PCOLUMBUS2017, $25 min purchase

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I suspect the SSD is m.2 PCIe, can anyone confirm?
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I suspect the SSD is m.2 PCIe, can anyone confirm?
https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05325469

According to that site it is a standard 2.5" drive.

Power supply is also 300w so you should be able to slap in a GTX 1050ti and have a decent gaming rig for under $500.
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Quote from lblitzer
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https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05325469

According to that site it is a standard 2.5" drive.

Power supply is also 300w so you should be able to slap in a GTX 1050ti and have a decent gaming rig for under $500.
The link you provided is for a model that comes with discrete graphics, but I think you are correct anyway. I was thinking of the 7th Gen Intel versions of these that I saw at Walmart that do have m.2 drives.
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Not bad! Smilie
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Great deal if the compatibility with 1050 ti was confirmed.
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2x4gb or 1x8gb?
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Wish I knew the answer on the RAM - I would bet 2x4. Had a 10 year computer just die out. Wondering if this is worth it given it is refurbished. This unit sold was on Slickdeals a couple months ago new for 600 with a 4gb video card. Any cheap video card recommendations that wouldn't tax the power supply too bad and give me a slight performance boost. I don't game hardly at all anymore, but my wife does photoshop.

Seems like a pretty solid deal... So close to black Friday though ... Decisions decisions...
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Upon thinking about this more.. Not sure if I can pull the trigger. Prior deals on this came with RX480 4GB video card(at about $450 refurb). To upgrade this unit looks like it would cost at least 150 for something similar and that pushes it out of slickdeal range for me.
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Not knowing what brand names the ssd, hdd, ps, ram are kinda scares me, cheap parts means replacement means more money invested. Refurb4less offers 180-day warranty.

Check out another seller called "quickshipelectronics", have similar systems, offer a 1-year warranty instead of 180-days. Was able to pick up an HP desktop with i5-6400T, 12gb DDR4 and 2TB HDD for under $300 with the eBay promo code. Not perfect by any means, but i'm going to sell the HDD and replace it with SSD. If it lasts a year, I'm happy.
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Is this good enough for PS2, gamecube emulation?
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Is this good enough for PS2, gamecube emulation?
Not without a different graphics card
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2x4gb or 1x8gb?
From this https://youtu.be/O_fsboUYL4g?t=1m11s it looks like 2x4Gb
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Not without a different graphics card
Care to explain why?

I think this will more than handle both of those emulators without an issue with the onboard graphics.
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Care to explain why?

I think this will more than handle both of those emulators without an issue with the onboard graphics.
Possibly, it only gets a score of 1000 on Passmark for the glue which is more than I thought initially.

I've just not had good luck with integrated graphics
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