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HP Pavilion Desktop: Ryzen 5 2400G, 8GB DDR4, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, RX 580 EXPIRED

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Best Buy has HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop (690-0024) for $599.99. Shipping is free. Thanks qoolee89

Best Buy also has HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop (690-0034) for $799.99. Shipping is free.

690-0024 Specs:
  • AMD Ryzen 5 2400G 3.6GHz Processor
  • 8GB DDR4 Memory
  • 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD
  • AMD Radeon RX 580 4GB Graphics
    • 2x USB 3.1
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
    • 3x DisplayPort
  • Mouse & Keyboard Included
  • Windows 10
690-0034 Specs:
  • AMD Ryzen 7 2700 3.2GHz Processor
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 128GB SDD + 1TB HDD
  • AMD Radeon RX 580 4GB Graphics
    • 2x USB 3.1
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
    • 3x DisplayPort
  • Mouse & Keyboard Included
  • Windows 10
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I think this HP gaming PC was on deal around Black Friday and this deal is back.
(This is my first post on slickdeals.net so please understand me if something's wrong)

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-p...Id=6280608

A few specs include:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2400G
Memory: DDR4 SDRAM 8GB 2666Mhz
Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 580
Storage: 1TB Hard Drive + 128GB Solid State Drive

Additionally, you can choose AMD Ryzen 7 2700 and 16 GB of memory for extra $200.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-g...Id=6280606
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It's the 4gb variant of the RX 580 for those wondering.
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I picked this up during the holiday sale for $530 plus 10% in best buy rewards.
This system is a beast at this price point and honestly I dont think you can build this system for less. In fact when I last part picked it out I think a similar build would run $650.
If you want a great 1080p gaming system with a SSD and a great vid card and PSU, I highly recommend this system. I have been getting 60FPS + in every game I have tossed at it.
It boots up in 2 seconds and is not bloated with a bunch of crapware.

My only complaint is it has very limited expansion capabilities. No extra drive bays or PCIe slots. it does have quite a few USB 3 slots and I have been plugging extra drives in their instead of internally so that seems to work for my needs. As a stand alone system this is really good if you dont want to mess with building your own and want a decent gaming rig without spending a lot.
it also comes with 2 free games that are due to release next month that are worth $60 each so that's cool too.
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It's the 4gb variant of the RX 580 for those wondering.
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My aunt has this system only it's configured without the dedicated video card and has 14gb memory instead. Works great and is powerful enough for gaming @ 1080p using onboard graphics.
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My current computer is a Lenovo laptop with an i7-6700HQ @ 2.60 with 16 GB RAM and an nVidia GTX 960M. I don't really game all that much anymore, but this was a gift to me so I've been using mainly as a desktop replacement since it only gets about an hour of battery life if I'm lucky. I prefer using a desktop. How does this desktop compare to my laptop? I'm kinda in the dark about how to compare across those brands.
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How is RX580?

I have a very old PC with i5-3xxx series with GTX 980TI 6GB.

I don't game much, usually in 1080p. Just wondering about real world performance compare.

All in all, I probably paid about same price like 5 years ago including vid card upgrade like 3 years ago. (Box was about $300 and vid card another $280)
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My current computer is a Lenovo laptop with an i7-6700HQ @ 2.60 with 16 GB RAM and an nVidia GTX 960M. I don't really game all that much anymore, but this was a gift to me so I've been using mainly as a desktop replacement since it only gets about an hour of battery life if I'm lucky. I prefer using a desktop. How does this desktop compare to my laptop? I'm kinda in the dark about how to compare across those brands.
Tbh keep ur laptop. CPU is very decent and 960M doesn fall much behind gtx 960. Just take out your laptop battery and use it as a desktop. I have Y700 with same specs and 4k screen. Works as a perfect desktop
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Tbh keep ur laptop. CPU is very decent and 960M doesn fall much behind gtx 960. Just take out your laptop battery and use it as a desktop. I have Y700 with same specs and 4k screen. Works as a perfect desktop
Oh ok thanks. Yea that's the Y700 I have too.
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Bought 2 of the Ryzen 5 2400G system
They come with Raise the Game AMD Game Bundle. It includes 2 games.
I am using these for my office that requires some GPU load. 4core/8threads + RX580 with 1TB + 128GB for quick boot is exactly what I needed. Thanks
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How is RX580?

I have a very old PC with i5-3xxx series with GTX 980TI 6GB.

I don't game much, usually in 1080p. Just wondering about real world performance compare.

All in all, I probably paid about same price like 5 years ago including vid card upgrade like 3 years ago. (Box was about $300 and vid card another $280)
No need for upgrade. I would wait another year or two.
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My current computer is a Lenovo laptop with an i7-6700HQ @ 2.60 with 16 GB RAM and an nVidia GTX 960M. I don't really game all that much anymore, but this was a gift to me so I've been using mainly as a desktop replacement since it only gets about an hour of battery life if I'm lucky. I prefer using a desktop. How does this desktop compare to my laptop? I'm kinda in the dark about how to compare across those brands.
580 is leaps and bounds ahead of the 960m. Just checking any benchmarking site.
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How is RX580?

I have a very old PC with i5-3xxx series with GTX 980TI 6GB.

I don't game much, usually in 1080p. Just wondering about real world performance compare.

All in all, I probably paid about same price like 5 years ago including vid card upgrade like 3 years ago. (Box was about $300 and vid card another $280)
Yea gtx 980ti should be decently capable card still heck 970 still works reasonable. Think about dropping a i7 in there and selling off that i5 that would squueze some more life from that 980ti
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My current computer is a Lenovo laptop with an i7-6700HQ @ 2.60 with 16 GB RAM and an nVidia GTX 960M. I don't really game all that much anymore, but this was a gift to me so I've been using mainly as a desktop replacement since it only gets about an hour of battery life if I'm lucky. I prefer using a desktop. How does this desktop compare to my laptop? I'm kinda in the dark about how to compare across those brands.
The CPU has more cores on your laptop, but it's also a desktop cpu, so you shouldn't notice much difference.

Graphics card is better on the deal, but it should be noted that this desktop does not support dvi. It has hdmi (and I can't remember, but I would think display port)
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