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HP Pavilion 590-p0070 Desktop: i7-8700, 12GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, DVD-RW, 310W PSU, WiFi+BT, Win10H @ $560 + F/S

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Staples offers HP Pavilion 590-p0070 desktop (i7-8700, 12GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Win10H) @ $560 with coupon code 73244. Shipping is free or available for In-Store Pickup based on availability.

LINK: https://www.staples.com/hp-pavili...t_24336966

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Core i7-8700 3.2 GHz 6 Core / 12 Threads (4.6 GHz Turbo, 9MB Cache)
  • 12GB DDR4 2666 MHz Ram (2 DIMM, 64GB Max)
  • Intel H370 Chipset Motherboard (1x 2280 M.2, PCIe/SATA)
  • 1TB 7200 RPM HDD
  • DVD-RW
  • HP Wireless Keyboard /w Volume Control + HP Wireless Optical Mouse
  • DUal Band 802.11ac (1x1) + Bluetooth 4.2
  • PORTS:
    • FONT:
      • 2x USB 3.0
      • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
      • 1x SDXC Card Reader
      • 1x Audio Combo Jack
    • REAR:
      • 5x USB 2.0
      • 1x USB 3.0
      • 3x Audio Port
      • 1x RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet
      • 1x VGA
      • 1x HDMI 1.4/HDCP 2.2
  • 310W SFF 80 PLUS Gold PSU, 90% Efficiency
  • 11.35 lbs / 5.15 kg

HP Official Product Spec: https://support.hp.com/us-en/prod.../c05994886
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With 1650's going on sale for as low as $129.99 this isn't a terrible option for a cheap plug and play 1080p gaming/steaming PC.

Hell with the 310w GOLD rated psu, I personally (notice I said I, not you, or everyone, but me) wouldn't have a problem throwing in a 1660 (non ti) in this as long as booted and didn't have any crashes during a unigine stress test.

The key is the efficiancy of the PSU and me knowing that this CPU with a GTX 1660 would draw about ~290 watts under max load. RAM and the included fans and even throwing in an m.2 SSD would get you VERY close to 310

I've uploaded screenshots from seasonic's wattage calculator to show the max power draw with both graphics cards installed
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With 1650's going on sale for as low as $129.99 this isn't a terrible option for a cheap plug and play 1080p gaming/steaming PC.

Hell with the 310w GOLD rated psu, I personally (notice I said I, not you, or everyone, but me) wouldn't have a problem throwing in a 1660 (non ti) in this as long as booted and didn't have any crashes during a unigine stress test.

The key is the efficiancy of the PSU and me knowing that this CPU with a GTX 1660 would draw about ~290 watts under max load. RAM and the included fans and even throwing in an m.2 SSD would get you VERY close to 310

I've uploaded screenshots from seasonic's wattage calculator to show the max power draw with both graphics cards installed
What no os ssd this is 2019 cheap hp
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What no os ssd this is 2019 cheap hp
It has an empty m.2 slot
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With 1650's going on sale for as low as $129.99 this isn't a terrible option for a cheap plug and play 1080p gaming/steaming PC.

Hell with the 310w GOLD rated psu, I personally (notice I said I, not you, or everyone, but me) wouldn't have a problem throwing in a 1660 (non ti) in this as long as booted and didn't have any crashes during a unigine stress test.

The key is the efficiancy of the PSU and me knowing that this CPU with a GTX 1660 would draw about ~290 watts under max load. RAM and the included fans and even throwing in an m.2 SSD would get you VERY close to 310

I've uploaded screenshots from seasonic's wattage calculator to show the max power draw with both graphics cards installed
Also with modern PSU's and it being a gold you can run a 1080 or 2080 super on this thing motherboards and CPU usually pulls 100 Watts
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It has an empty m.2 slot
Yeah but you have to uninstall os off the hdd and put it on the m.2 it SSD what a headache for that alone this is not with it you can find all kinds of gaming PC's that come with 2700x and a 1660 ti with an SSD for 600+ I think Newegg has one right now on sale
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Yeah but you have to uninstall os off the hdd and put it on the m.2 it SSD what a headache for that alone this is not with it you can find all kinds of gaming PC's that come with 2700x and a 1660 ti with an SSD for 600+ I think Newegg has one right now on sale
Just do a clean windows 10 install from a thumb drive and then wipe the hdd afterwards, it'd take about an hour tops but yeah, I wouldn't recommend buying this to be a gaming rig with the nunber of ryzen gaming PC deals we saw last month there are way better options.

I was just simply preemptively pointing out the fact what you could do if you wanted to because there are always the few people in the thread that ask what gpu could be added to these office machines
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Just do a clean windows 10 install from a thumb drive and then wipe the hdd afterwards, it'd take about an hour tops but yeah, I wouldn't recommend buying this to be a gaming rig with the nunber of ryzen gaming PC deals we saw last month there are way better options.

I was just simply preemptively pointing out the fact what you could do if you wanted to because there are always the few people in the thread that ask what gpu could be added to these office machines
Yeah I know but spending money on a prebuilt they should have an m.2 or at least an SSD most people wouldn't feel comfortable doing that and Windows ten is super buggy with Google browser and other programs. I find systems work better with oem os install. Could just be me though
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Hdd? Guess you can't complain for 500
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Hdd? Guess you can't complain for 500
It's not meant to do anything spectacular. It has a 300w psu, a weird case, and a DVDRW drive for god sakes.

But for $600, it would last a typical home user a decade.
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Only 1 HDMI and no display ports
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With 1650's going on sale for as low as $129.99 this isn't a terrible option for a cheap plug and play 1080p gaming/steaming PC.

Hell with the 310w GOLD rated psu, I personally (notice I said I, not you, or everyone, but me) wouldn't have a problem throwing in a 1660 (non ti) in this as long as booted and didn't have any crashes during a unigine stress test.

The key is the efficiancy of the PSU and me knowing that this CPU with a GTX 1660 would draw about ~290 watts under max load. RAM and the included fans and even throwing in an m.2 SSD would get you VERY close to 310

I've uploaded screenshots from seasonic's wattage calculator to show the max power draw with both graphics cards installed
Also worth mentioning, this might only accommodate small form factor video cards based on the dimensions listed.
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Yeah I know but spending money on a prebuilt they should have an m.2 or at least an SSD most people wouldn't feel comfortable doing that and Windows ten is super buggy with Google browser and other programs. I find systems work better with oem os install. Could just be me though
Then after adding the SSD to the computer, use tons of available Clone tools to simply clone the OS partition to the SSD and then format the HDD and you're good to go. This will have all the OEM specific features in the OS.
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Also worth mentioning, this might only accommodate small form factor video cards based on the dimensions listed.
After looking around on Amazon at reviews for this system the GTX 1660 works fine in this system (needs 6 pin to 8 pin adapter), in fact the gaming version of this exact desktop comes with the 1060 (which is why the PSU has a 6 pin)

But I'd imagine either of these cards would fit giving you a decent little gaming/streaming machine for about $780 which for only $100 than the Dell XPS deal from a few days ago ( https://slickdeals.net/f/13425226-dell-xps-8930-desktop-i5-9400-6-core-8gb-ddr4-2666-256gb-nvme-1tb-hdd-nvidia-gtx-1660-6gb-685-99?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1 ) is actually a very solid deal considering you're getting an i7 vs the i5 and dual channel memory over the single 8GB stick

https://www.amazon.com/ZOTAC-GeFo...299&sr=8-1

https://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GeForce-Graphics-192-bit-Gv-N1660IXOC-6GD/dp/B07W4734KB/ref=sr_1_5?k... [amazon.com]
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The desktop is dead according to this article. Now AMD is getting into building a competing system to go up against Intel's NUC. But if you are a gamer and or do pro work then the desktop will still be alive for you 😉
https://www-techrepublic-com.cdn....-pc-kit%2F
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