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Acer Aspire TC Desktop (Refurb): i5-7400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Win 10 EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Acer Aspire TC Desktop (Refurbished, TC-780-UR1A) for $264.99. Shipping is free. Thanks deelseaker

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  • Intel Core i5-7400 3.00 GHz Processor
  • 8GB DDR4 Memory
  • 1TB Hard Drive
  • Intel HD Graphics 630
  • Includes Mouse and Keyboard
  • 300W Power Supply
  • Windows 10 Home
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Even demanding tasks like editing home videos and compiling photo albums are easy with the Aspire T Series' new-generation performance and easy expandability. The elegant black housing offers front-panel media access and topside digital device storage, providing both visual and functional enhancements. Plus, your media is shareable through Acer BYOC Apps.

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+1 for holding onto old tech until the end when it's since paid itself off or become obsolete.
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One is i7 one is i5. The i7, although older, has 8 threads vs 4 on i5. i7 is 3.4 vs 3.0. i7 is ranked 154th vs i5 176th.

i5 is less power hungry; 65 watts vs 77 watts. Smaller architecture; 14nm vs 22nm. Larger max ram size on i5; 64GB vs 32gb
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Open box for $225.99 + $3.19 Shipping (1 available)
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Open box for $225.99 + $3.19 Shipping (1 available)
open box would have been a steal
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Anyone know if this has room enough for a decent video card? Thinking this might be a decent starter PC for iRacing?
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Can this run cs go?
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Throw a rx 570 in this and you'd have a sweet little gaming rig! NICE!
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Curious if I can add in a SDD. Anyone know how many sticks of RAM it takes? I'm looking for a box for graphic design.
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Curious if I can add in a SDD. Anyone know how many sticks of RAM it takes? I'm looking for a box for graphic design.
Looking for this info as well..plan is to spin up some VMs
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Curious if I can add in a SDD. Anyone know how many sticks of RAM it takes? I'm looking for a box for graphic design.
yes you can add a ssd nearly every sata based system will be able to add basic sata ssds and i think this one supports nvmes if (assuming sense this is a semi recent pc) and this rig most likely has 2 ram slots. so you'd have to buy a 8x2 ram kit for like $60-$80
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Would this work as a plex server?
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can the power supply be changed..?
if not what gpu could I throw in here.

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also The 8400 were 320-340
not too long ago.
wondering how good of a deal this actually is
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Would this work as a plex server?
Server... the Intel CPU is very good with re encoding. But this CPU might suck more power than an i3. There might not be enough room for the hard drives you need. I got 7 hard drives and an ssd in my box.
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Server... the Intel CPU is very good with re encoding. But this CPU might suck more power than an i3. There might not be enough room for the hard drives you need. I got 7 hard drives and an ssd in my box.
Thanks, I'm not particularly worried about storage, I've got the drives already, my 10 yo mother board or cpu gave out and I'm looking for a cheap replacement to drop my existing drives into.
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Thanks, I'm not particularly worried about storage, I've got the drives already, my 10 yo mother board or cpu gave out and I'm looking for a cheap replacement to drop my existing drives into.
+1 for holding onto old tech until the end when it's since paid itself off or become obsolete.
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