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Refurb: HP Gaming Desktop Pavilion 590-p0057c Intel Core i5 8th Gen 8400 (2.80 GHz) 16 GB DDR4 1 TB HDD AMD Radeon RX 550 Windows 10 Home 64-Bit $405 AC FREE S&H

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HP Gaming Desktop Pavilion 590-p0057c Intel Core i5 8th Gen 8400 (2.80 GHz) 16 GB DDR4 1 TB HDD AMD Radeon RX 550 Windows 10 Home 64-Bit



Intel Core i5 8th Gen 8400 (2.80 GHz)
16 GB DDR4
1 TB HDD
Windows 10 Home 64-bit
1.6"
AMD Radeon RX 550 2 GB GDDR5

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Seems like a pretty underpowered CPU for gaming....
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Seems like a pretty underpowered CPU for gaming....
The cpu is the bottleneck here? Crap, I've been focused on buying a system with that!
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The cpu is the bottleneck here? Crap, I've been focused on buying a system with that!
Perfectly good CPU just think they're throwing the "gaming" word around a bit too easily.
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Good for an office computer
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So I'm wondering about a few things... New Ryzen CPUs and systems are supposed to be coming out in July, plus Trumps tariffs kicks in who knows when.

Will prices of computers drop down, even for refurbished systems like these ones, or just brand new systems?
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310 PSU for anyone wondering.. Also has an open m.2 slot for an easy ssd upgrade. Your best best to actually make this a gaming machine is to sell the rx 550 for $50 bucks and throw in a new 1650 or used 1050ti and have a decent 500-550 dollar rig.
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So I'm wondering about a few things... New Ryzen CPUs and systems are supposed to be coming out in July, plus Trumps tariffs kicks in who knows when.

Will prices of computers drop down, even for refurbished systems like these ones, or just brand new systems?
prices will always drop as systems get older and newer ones come out.

Tariffs will INCREASE prices for items coming from those countries or for items whose parts are made in those countries.

https://www.npr.org/2019/05/10/72...ers-budget
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The cpu is the bottleneck here? Crap, I've been focused on buying a system with that!
It is not; the i5 8th Gen 8400 is perfectly fine. I am using an i5 6400 6th gen that runs games great but my card is a radeon RX X 580 - a very different beast from the 550 which is just fine but definitely entry level / low range.
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I looked up the specs for the video card AMD Radeon RX 550 2 GB GDDR5
https://www.amd.com/en/products/g...eon-rx-550

DisplayPort
1.4 HDR

Dual Link DVI
Yes

HDMI™
4K60 Support

VGA
No
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On another thread I read that HP has non-replaceable PSUs. Does this one have a replaceable PSU? If I get this, I would want to put in an RX580 from my current system, which would need more than 310W.

Does anyone have a link to an HP doc for this system with detailed system & motherboard specs? HP user guides on the web for this series are so generic [hp.com], can't find anything useful in there.
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310 PSU for anyone wondering.. Also has an open m.2 slot for an easy ssd upgrade. Your best best to actually make this a gaming machine is to sell the rx 550 for $50 bucks and throw in a new 1650 or used 1050ti and have a decent 500-550 dollar rig.
I already have a MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GT OC 4GB 128-Bit GDDR5 and Solid state drive in my current machines. (SATA connection). You think I can swap graphics cards and hard drives? Do you see any problems with the power supply?
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I already have a MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GT OC 4GB 128-Bit GDDR5 and Solid state drive in my current machines. (SATA connection). You think I can swap graphics cards and hard drives? Do you see any problems with the power supply?
You want to transplant the 1050ti from your current system into this one? And then put the rx 550 into the old system? Is that correct?

What are the specs of the old system
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You want to transplant the 1050ti from your current system into this one? And then put the rx 550 into the old system? Is that correct?

What are the specs of the old system
The old system is running an Intel 3258 (dual core), 1050ti, 256 Samsung SSD, 440 Watt Power Supply, 16 gb ddr3 memory. I was looking upgrading the processor in that system but a used Haswell I7 is going for $140. This does not seem to bad for $400. I figure I will sell the old system to lower the total investment. However, I do not have an immediate need. This is just a want in the next 6 months or so.
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