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HP Pavilion 570-P017C Intel Core i5-7400 X4 3.0GHz 16GB 1TB Win10, Black Refurb - free S/H $370

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While other towers have been standing still, HP has shaken up the category. From its eye-catching design and smaller footprint, to full performance and reliability, this HP Pavilion is the best thing to happen to towers in over 20 years.
Features:
Intel Core i5-7400 Processor (Quad-Core, 3.0GHz, 6MB Cache)
16GB DDR4 System Memory
1TB (7200RPM) SATA Hard Disk Drive (HDD)
Dedicated AMD Radeon R7 450 Graphics (2.0GB Dedicated Video Memory)
SuperMulti-DVD Burner
2 x USB 3.0, 4 x USB 2.0, 1 x HDMI, 2 x Microphone-in
Wired Keyboard and Wired Mouse
1 x PCI X1
10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11AC and Bluetooth 4.0 + HS
180W Power Supply
Built-in Media Card Reader (SD)
Microsoft Windows 10 Home Operating System
14.33" x 14.88" x 6.42" (HxWxD); 12.6lbs
Energy Star Compliant
Product Attributes:
Desktop Product Line : Business
Desktop Type : Tower
Graphics Controller Manufacturer : AMD
Graphics Controller Model : Radeon
Graphics Memory Capacity : 2000
Hard Drive (RPM) : 7200
Hard Drive Range : 500 GB - 1 TB
Memory Range : > 8 GB
Memory Technology : DDR3
Operating System : Microsoft Windows 10Home
Optical Drive : DVD Super Multi-Drive
Processor Manufacturer : Intel
Processor Model : Intel Core i5-7400
Processor Speed : 3.0 GHz
Processor Type : INTEL Core i5
Wi-Fi : True
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180W power supply? I would guess that will fail in a couple years. Otherwise it looks pretty good for the specs and price to me.
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Mine runs a GTX1050 video card no problem, and that is more than enough for the gaming my family does.
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180W power supply? I would guess that will fail in a couple years. Otherwise it looks pretty good for the specs and price to me.
It has good enough processing power & more than enough RAM for an office pc, multi tasking & regular gaming for less than $400. It should be a very good investment for a couple years.
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No warranty?
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Good for MAME?
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180W power supply? I would guess that will fail in a couple years. Otherwise it looks pretty good for the specs and price to me.
How many jigawatts do you think it needs?
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No warranty. Only 30 days return
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How many jigawatts do you think it needs?
Well, the CPU is 65W TDP and the video card I'd assume is around 65W, hard drive 10, mobo is about 5 and the ram another 5. So maxed out at full loud that would be 150 watts. I'd also assume this power supply has crappy Chinese capacitors that are going to get stressed out.

Who knows though, maybe HP engineers know what they're doing.
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Looks decent deal to me for a work computer.
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Depending on warranty, this could be excellent for office use
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Can I take this apart and put it in my case??
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Any thoughts on whether this machine could do 4K editing of drone footage? I would be using proxies in Premier, so less intensive. Also, I'm not a pro and longer render times aren't a huge issue for me. Thanks in advance.
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can i switch powersupply? ddr3 ram?
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can i switch powersupply? ddr3 ram?
It says DDR4 RAM
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