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Refurbished. Put in title in big letters. Honestly not a bad price though. $350 for a basic i5-8400, RX550, 16GB RAM, and a 1TB spinner. Add in another $50 for an SSD, and you have a decent starter computer for $400. 310W PSU is a bit weak.
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Put RENEWED in the title!
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Which is better?

https://vipoutlet.com/product/hp-...s-10-home/ [vipoutlet.com]
The VIP outlet is better as it comes with 10% off and most likely no tax, which makes it about $100 less than this used one. For this $100 you can get a 1050ti, which is much much better than a RX550.
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The VIP outlet is better as it comes with 10% off and most likely no tax, which makes it about $100 less than this used one. For this $100 you can get a 1050ti, which is much much better than a RX550.
I get taxed at VIPOUTLET so in terms of price it's about $45 difference.

But this deal you get 16GB ram instead of the 8GB from VIPOUTLET.

Also, the graphic cards is faster according to this [userbenchmark.com].

Debating if I should return my VIPOUTLET one and buy this instead.

$45 more but you get 16GB ram vs 8GB and a faster graphics card, decisions decisions..
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Which is better?

https://vipoutlet.com/product/hp-...s-10-home/
This one comes with 310 w Psu while the vipoutlet comes with just 180w PSU
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This one comes with 310 w Psu while the vipoutlet comes with just 180w PSU
So overall this deal is better in terms of quality?

Don't know why this is not getting as much traction's the other VIPOUTLET deals. This seems like a better deal in ratio with what you're getting for $45 more than other frontpage/popular deals.
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So overall this deal is better in terms of quality?

Don't know why this is not getting as much traction's the other VIPOUTLET deals. This seems like a better deal in ratio with what you're getting for $45 more than other frontpage/popular deals.
Well, if you are looking to upgrade to a 1050 Ti graphics for mid range gaming, this one's a better deal. The other ones are good enough for casual gaming. And this one also comes with a 16 gb ram
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For those interested in the model on VIPoutlet. I do own it and can make some observations to help anyone interested.

1. it comes with only 1 8gb stick of ram so no dual channel if that matters to anyone. I upgraded the memory to 2 x 8gb, (decent deal on Newegg a couple of weeks ago for 69.00) I currently have the 8gb stick on ebay and trying to grab 40-45 to offset upgrade. If anyone interested in purchasing directly, let me know. They use Samsung memory.

2. The power supply is very low at 180W but it is an 80 plus Gold certified and I had no issues running a 1050ti. Power supply appears to be HP proprietary so upgrading limited. However, if they make a higher wattage replaceable power supply, like the 310w mentioned then graphics options are expanded for these machines. Please note that the case is small//compact . However, i was able to snugly fit an EVGA SSC 1050TI dual fan card in the pcie slot.

3. Comes with the 16gb Intel Optane memory in the m.2 slot. and 1TB 7200 3.5 hard drive. Please note that initially my machine wasnt setup for the Intel optane and I had to configure with intel rapid storage utility (fairly easy). After that, system booted quite fast (rivaled sata ssd boot up time) and it was noticeably snappier in many applications.

Mine was refurbished and listed as grade A like new condition (Found this to be true as everything was like new-not even a fingerprint)

For what it provides - 6 core processor with memory and storage upgradeability, and limited graphics options - it is a very nice system limited to light gaming with aforementioned graphics options. However, it appears not to be designed for serious gaming.
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For those interested in the model on VIPoutlet. I do own it and can make some observations to help anyone interested.

1. it comes with only 1 8gb stick of ram so no dual channel if that matters to anyone. I upgraded the memory to 2 x 8gb, (decent deal on Newegg a couple of weeks ago for 69.00) I currently have the 8gb stick on ebay and trying to grab 40-45 to offset upgrade. If anyone interested in purchasing directly, let me know. They use Samsung memory.

2. The power supply is very low at 180W but it is an 80 plus Gold certified and I had no issues running a 1050ti. Power supply appears to be HP proprietary so upgrading limited. However, if they make a higher wattage replaceable power supply, like the 310w mentioned then graphics options are expanded for these machines. Please note that the case is small//compact . However, i was able to snugly fit an EVGA SSC 1050TI dual fan card in the pcie slot.

3. Comes with the 16gb Intel Optane memory in the m.2 slot. and 1TB 7200 3.5 hard drive. Please note that initially my machine wasnt setup for the Intel optane and I had to configure with intel rapid storage utility (fairly easy). After that, system booted quite fast (rivaled sata ssd boot up time) and it was noticeably snappier in many applications.

Mine was refurbished and listed as grade A like new condition (Found this to be true as everything was like new-not even a fingerprint)

For what it provides - 6 core processor with memory and storage upgradeability, and limited graphics options - it is a very nice system limited to light gaming with aforementioned graphics options. However, it appears not to be designed for serious gaming.
Great review!

Do you prefer this one or this one?

https://slickdeals.net/f/13035202-refurbished-hp-pavilion-590-p0053w-intel-i5-8400-8gb-ram-16gb-intel-optane-1tb-hdd-windows-10-home-296-26-tax?attrsrc=Test%3AHideExpiredSearch%3AControl&src=SiteSearchV2Algo1

$45 more, get 16GB ram and 310 psu
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That is the one i have. I do like the one that has 16gb of ram, larger power supply, and a video card installed. To make the system complete, an m.2 ssd or nvme card would be preferred. you would still have to open up the machine and unscrew some things and remove face of dvd to access m.2 slot.

It is a tough choice and would depend on price. At 269.00 with the 20% off special at the time, mine was a no brainer.
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8th gen (9th? 9.5?) coffee lake i5, not a bad little box. Has Intel® UHD Graphics 630 on the processor which will do HEVC (h.265) encoding. This might be a pretty righteous little plex box as-is, out of the wrapper - Passmark score - 11641
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I dropped a 1070 gtx in there with a 6 to 8 pin pci-e power adapter. Granted it doesn't like to power on, but since I left it running the last 3 weeks it has run perfect for VR testing (oculus).

So the 310W gold psu does pretty dang well. The power from the wall on a kill-a-watt is around 209w and 222 watt with a mild 1070 overclock.

PS, had to mod the case (hammer) to fit the 1070, 1060 was snug without modding.
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Waste of time. Put USED in the title. Clickbait.
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