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HP Pavilion Desktop 590-p0070, Intel Core i7-8700, 12GB RAM, 1TB HDD, Win 10 $619.99

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Where your passions have room to bloom

This desktop PC exceeds expectations with a new generation of performance, the freedom to store what you need, and a sleek design that cuts down on size.

Operating system: Windows 10 Home
Processor: 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-8700 processor
Memory: 12 GB DDR4-2666 SDRAM memory
Internal Storage: 1 TB 7200RPM SATA hard drive
Graphics: Intel® UHD Graphics 630
Mouse and keyboard: HP wireless keyboard with volume control and optical mouse
Optical drive: DVD-Writer
USB ports: 9 (4 x 2.0, 4 x 3.1, 1 x 3.1 Type-C™)
Wireless: Wireless LAN 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (1x1) and Bluetooth® 4.2 M.2
Warranty: 1-year limited hardware warranty
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Once you throw in a decent video card (if the layout has space for it) and a SSD will this be cheaper/better than what you can get for the same price if you BYO PC?
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Wonder if this would be easy to hackintosh...
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was gonna get a Dell on outlet, but this seems better right? how expandable for adding drives?...actually built in graphics will work good for Blue Iris server H265 decoding right?
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Needs 16GB RAM
how much to buy an 8gb to pair with one of the existing? (assuming it's 8+4 right now)

any coupons that can be applied?
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What's the psu? If it's a 210w PSU, it's a dealbreaker.
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Once you throw in a decent video card (if the layout has space for it) and a SSD will this be cheaper/better than what you can get for the same price if you BYO PC?
Cheaper.. probably.. better? Probably not. The power supply probably needs to be upgraded and thermals in the case might be less than ideal. Processor is also not overclockable if that matters to you, but the 8700 is strong enough to not hold back most GPUs. At least any 10xx Nvidia card. Not sure about the new ones.
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What's the psu? If it's a 210w PSU, it's a dealbreaker.
specs [hp.com]
"310 W SFF (Gold) Full range 115V/230V, 90% efficiency"

Motherboard specs [hp.com]
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Seems a bit expensive considering only integrated graphics?
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I have this for video editing i like it its a mini no room for grapfics card got a 1 fan gtx 1050 in there has nmve propartary power supply im fine with it makes ups cheaper aka low wattage
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Needs 16GB RAM
I highly doubt 99.9% of users would be able to tell a difference between 12 and 16gb of ram.
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should i grab this one and upgrade to 16gb memory?
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should i grab this one and upgrade to 16gb memory?
Do you actually need to?
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do you actually need to?
yes i do...been waiting for bf.. Should i get this one or wait for bf for a better deal?

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