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Costco Members: Lenovo IdeaCentre Desktop: Ryzen 7 1700, 16GB DDR4 EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for Costco Members: Lenovo IdeaCentre Desktop (90H10004US) for $599.99. In-store pickup is free, otherwise shipping is $14.95. Thanks ZAN986

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  • AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Processor
  • 16GB DDR4 RAM
  • 1TB 7200RPM Hard Drive
  • AMD Radeon RX 560 4GB GDDR5 Graphics
  • Ports:
    • 2x USB 3.0
    • 4x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x VGA
  • WiFi 802.11AC + Bluetooth 4.0
  • Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
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Costco Wholesale has for Costco Members: Lenovo IdeaCentre Desktop (90H10004US) for $599.99. In-store pickup is free, otherwise shipping is $14.95. Copy Pasted Expired Post from delz4stelz

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Specs
AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Processor
16GB DDR4 RAM
1TB 7200RPM Hard Drive
AMD Radeon RX 560 4GB GDDR5 Graphics
Ports:
2x USB 3.0
4x USB 2.0
1x HDMI
1x DVI
1x DisplayPort
WiFi 802.11AC + Bluetooth 4.0
Windows 10 Home (64-bit)

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This was on sale previously. Very basic guts, but a nice package for a nice price. The drawbacks that were raised before are that the power supply looks proprietary and it only has 2 SATA connectors that are already in use. So buyers with the idea of upgrading this should take a closer look.

At around the same time, there was the HP 580-137c at Costco, in store only, for the same price. It has the 550 video card, which is a downgrade from the 560 in this Lenovo. But it has a 3rd SATA (unused) and the power supply looks normal.

I mention this because when I went to my Costco recently, they had discounted the remaining HP models to $500. Which struck me as such a good deal that I got one, even though I don't really need it. Not being a gamer, the video card didn't matter to me.

I've spent very little time with the HP. Enough to say that it's quick, but won't knock your socks off. It's very quiet. Took forever to finish the initial updates, but then OK.

Right next to this HP Ryzen model in Costco was another HP with a gen 8 i5, 16gb RAM, 1 TB drive, R7 graphics (I think). $400. For some, this would be perfectly fine.

I'm posting this not to discourage anyone from getting the Lenovo, which looks fine with the better video card, if somewhat less upgradeable. But to suggest that you check your own Costco for these other 2, less expensive deals, should they fit your needs.
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No hyper-v virtualization support from this if anybody care (bought last time, returned due to this reason) lack of bios support from Lenovo
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Should put graphics card in the title. Good deal.
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Should put graphics card in the title. Good deal.
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This was on sale previously. Very basic guts, but a nice package for a nice price. The drawbacks that were raised before are that the power supply looks proprietary and it only has 2 SATA connectors that are already in use. So buyers with the idea of upgrading this should take a closer look.

At around the same time, there was the HP 580-137c at Costco, in store only, for the same price. It has the 550 video card, which is a downgrade from the 560 in this Lenovo. But it has a 3rd SATA (unused) and the power supply looks normal.

I mention this because when I went to my Costco recently, they had discounted the remaining HP models to $500. Which struck me as such a good deal that I got one, even though I don't really need it. Not being a gamer, the video card didn't matter to me.

I've spent very little time with the HP. Enough to say that it's quick, but won't knock your socks off. It's very quiet. Took forever to finish the initial updates, but then OK.

Right next to this HP Ryzen model in Costco was another HP with a gen 8 i5, 16gb RAM, 1 TB drive, R7 graphics (I think). $400. For some, this would be perfectly fine.

I'm posting this not to discourage anyone from getting the Lenovo, which looks fine with the better video card, if somewhat less upgradeable. But to suggest that you check your own Costco for these other 2, less expensive deals, should they fit your needs.
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As usual, the extra warranty from Costco is worth something. Even longer warranty if you use the Costco VISA card.

When I registered my HP, it started it in December, not from the date I registered or bought it. Anybody know what that signifies? I'm guessing that the warranty starts with when it was sold to the reseller (Costco) not the end user.
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Is this going to be a good computer to edit 4K video and photos and light gaming?
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Haha don't put the works "Graphics Card" in the title, put the model of the card, i.e RX560. So maybe...

"Costco Members: Lenovo IdeaCentre Desktop: Ryzen 7 1700, 16GB DDR4, RX560 - $600 + Free Store Pickup"
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Oculus Rift compatible?
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Got this last time from Costco. There is an extra pci x1 but you'll need an extender to move it down since it's covered by the gpu cooler. There is also a nvme (not ngff) port but you'll need the lenovo plastic adapter to hold the other half of the ssd. Plastic adapter will secure on the case itself. The nvme port is angled such that the drive if off of the board. There is a YouTube video of the unboxing that shows the port but not the pci x1.

With that said, I do like this computer. I knew of the lack of upgrading going in. I trust Costco/Citi to cover it should something go wrong.
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Should put graphics card in the title. Good deal.
I think mistman meant write rx560 but dude literally wrote graphics card in the title haha

Write this in that after graphics card OP:

AMD Radeon RX 560 4GB GDDR5 Graphics
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Bought this last time it was on sale. Easy to add a M.2 SSD but computer doesn't come with the M.2 mount. It can be ordered for around $14 shipped. Overall I'm very happy with my purchase.
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No hyper-v virtualization support from this if anybody care (bought last time, returned due to this reason) lack of bios support from Lenovo
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I heard that there isn't an available SATA cable connection to add in an SSD, in addition to the 1TB drive it comes with.

On other Lenovo's theres a place to physically mount it but no free SATA port to connect it. I've heard others have only been able to put in an SSD by removing the HDD.

Can anyone confirm if this is the case with this unit?
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Would this be good to use as a dedicated streaming pc
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Bought this last time it was on sale. Easy to add a M.2 SSD but computer doesn't come with the M.2 mount. It can be ordered for around $14 shipped. Overall I'm very happy with my purchase.
Can you share the link to the M.2 mount you mentioned?
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