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Refurbished HP Pavilion 590-p0053w, Intel i5-8400, 8GB RAM, 16GB Intel Optane, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home $296.26 + tax

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I just bought one of these last sale. Booted up, crashed, then never booted again. Going through the return process now.
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I just bought one of these last sale. Booted up, crashed, then never booted again. Going through the return process now.
Vipoutlet?
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Vipoutlet?
Unfortunately yes.
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8gb of memory, not the fake 16gb they list.
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I just bought one of these last sale. Booted up, crashed, then never booted again. Going through the return process now.
Wow, that sucks. Did you get Grade A or B?
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Wow, that sucks. Did you get Grade A or B?
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Just slap in a GTX 1050 and you have a small, cheap, quite system that is very capable to handle the vast majority of tasks and normal resolution games.
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8gb of memory, not the fake 16gb they list.
They list 8gb the 16gb is optane memory which is like a caching drive. They aren't hiding or misrepresenting anything.
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Will the GTX 1050 TI work with this too? My apologies if this is an obvious answer
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They list 8gb the 16gb is optane memory which is like a caching drive. They aren't hiding or misrepresenting anything.
That was a reference to the OP.
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Here is an interesting teardown video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fr-RbsqKU0Q
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Just slap in a GTX 1050 and you have a small, cheap, quite system that is very capable to handle the vast majority of tasks and normal resolution games.
From the looks of the motherboard, there doesn't seem to be an expansion slot you could put a graphics card into at all. https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06110763
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Will the GTX 1050 TI work with this too? My apologies if this is an obvious answer
any video card that takes it's power from the PCI-e bus should work. Those that require additional plug-in connections from a power supply probably would not, any you would need to upgrade the power supply, (and maybe the fan, and the case itself might be too small for big video cards with 2 fans)
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