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HP Pavilion 590-p0050: i5-8400, 8GB DDR4, 16GB Optane + 1TB HDD, 310W PSU, Win10H @ $489.99 + F/S $490

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  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Core i5-8400 2.8 GHz 6 Core (4 GHz Turbo, 9MB Cache)
  • Intel H370 Chipset Motherboard
  • 8GB DDR4 2666 MHz Ram (32GB Max)
  • 16GB Intel Optane M.2 NVMe + 1TB 7200 RPM HDD
  • DVD-RW
  • HP Wireless Keyboard & Wireless Mouse
  • Dual Band 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2 + Gigabit EThernet
  • PORTS:
    • 4x USB 3.0
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 1
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x VGA
    • 1x 3-in-1 Card Reader
    • 1x 5.1 Channel Audio
  • 310W PSU
  • 11.35 lbs
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Quote from Suryasis
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LINK (Coupon: REDEEM86):
https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/hp...-590-p0050

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Core i5-8400 2.8 GHz (4 GHz Turbo, 9MB Cache)
  • Intel H370 Chipset Motherboard
  • 8GB DDR4 2666 MHz Ram (32GB Max)
  • 16GB Intel Optane M.2 NVMe + 1TB 7200 RPM HDD
  • DVD-RW
  • HP Wireless Keyboard & Wireless Mouse
  • Dual Band 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2 + Gigabit EThernet
  • PORTS:
    • 4x USB 3.0
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 1
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x VGA
    • 1x 3-in-1 Card Reader
    • 1x 5.1 Channel Audio
  • 310W PSU
  • 11.35 lbs
Same price at Staples [staples.com] with the only difference being the 16GB Optane is swapped for an additional 4GB RAM. Also available with an i7-8700 for $140 more.
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Same price at Staples [staples.com] with the only difference being the 16GB Optane is swapped for an additional 4GB RAM. Also available with an i7-8700 for $140 more.
Yes, basically users can choose whatever they feel is more important, Optane memory or 3GB Ram. Price wise, 4GB Ram and 16GB optane price are more or less same.
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Quad core?
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Quad core?
HexaCore, 6 Core processor
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Any idea if this would work well for a Blue Iris Surveillance Server?
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Any idea if this would work well for a Blue Iris Surveillance Server?
With ease. This hardware is way more powerful than the requirement for that software. In fact, lot of people are running that in couple of years old quad core Haswell i7-4700 CPU.
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I would steer well Clear of Optane "boost" drive at least for now.
I had a nightmare of a time attempting to configure a Lenovo with a 32gb module. It's a new Intel/RAID type system and there is NO simple way to backup Or Restore.... HDD dies, your are out of Luck, Optane dies you are out of luck... No Imaging a system to ISO ect ect...
Skip it and spend your $ on an SSD.
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That PSU is lame. If you don't plan on ever changing anything it should be good. I'm not sure if it's as easy as most pre builts to replace.
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That PSU is lame. If you don't plan on ever changing anything it should be good. I'm not sure if it's as easy as most pre builts to replace.
I'd say 99% of pre-built PC's will require you to change out the PSU if you change anything substantial like the GPU (because prebuilds always use trash level PSUs).

At least, this has been my experience over the years. However, GPU manufactures are making their cards more energy efficient so what I stated above might not be the case anymore.
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I'd say 99% of pre-built PC's will require you to change out the PSU if you change anything substantial like the GPU (because prebuilds always use trash level PSUs).

At least, this has been my experience over the years. However, GPU manufactures are making their cards more energy efficient so what I stated above might not be the case anymore.
Actually that PSu is not at all lame and can handle a lot of mid range Graphics card. HP Sells the gaming pavilion series with same 300W PSU with even a RX 580. Now, that may be a border line case, but with the Non-K CPU, you can add cards like RX 570 or GTX 1050 Ti without doing any upgrade.
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Yes, basically users can choose whatever they feel is more important, Optane memory or 3GB Ram. Price wise, 4GB Ram and 16GB optane price are more or less same.
So could you get the one at Staples with more RAM and then add say a 250 GB SSD stick to it where the 16 GB stick was?
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Actually that PSu is not at all lame and can handle a lot of mid range Graphics card. HP Sells the gaming pavilion series with same 300W PSU with even a RX 580. Now, that may be a border line case, but with the Non-K CPU, you can add cards like RX 570 or GTX 1050 Ti without doing any upgrade.

Yea, GPUs are likely more energy efficient now. Several years ago, a 300W PSU wouldn't have worked for mid/high range AMD cards--you would need to upgrade the PSU.
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Yea, GPUs are likely more energy efficient now. Several years ago, a 300W PSU wouldn't have worked for mid/high range AMD cards--you would need to upgrade the PSU.
I know from where you are coming. back in 2013, I used to have a tri-GPU setup, HD 7950 Crossfire + GTX 650 2GB GDDR5 for PhysX, using the Hybrid PhysX Mod, along with a FX-8350 overclocked to 4.4 GHz. I needed a Corsiar HX850 to power that.
Now a days, the power consumption of the GPU is pretty low. With GTX 1060 or RX 580, the total system power consumption never goes over 250W.
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So could you get the one at Staples with more RAM and then add say a 250 GB SSD stick to it where the 16 GB stick was?
Absolutely you can. Just make sure you are buying a M.2 2280 for factor SSD. Both SATA III and PCIe NVMe are supported.
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