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HP ENVY TE01-0077C Desktop Intel Core i7-9700 3.0GHz, 32GB DDR4, 1TB SATA, 256GB PCIe SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB, Win10Home $800

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A factory-reconditioned tower/desktop PC configured for some good performance.

OS: Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i7-9700 3.0GHz (Up to 4.7GHz)
Processor Core: 8-Core
RAM: 32GB DDR4
Video Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB
Internal Storage1: 256GB PCIe SSD
Internal Storage2: 1TB SATA HDD
Wireless: 802.11ac
Bluetooth
Network: Integrated 10/100/1000 Base-T Network
Optical Drive: DVD-Writer
Media Card Reader: Yes; multi-format
Sound: HD audio
I/O Ports: ​(1) HDMI
(1) DisplayPort
(1) DVI-D
(4) USB 3.0
(4) USB 2.0
(1) USB Type-C
(1) Headphone/microphone combo
Power Supply: 400 W internal
Dimensions: 6.12 x 11.93 x 13.28 in.


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The only downsides that stirke me with this PC are, the power supply is only 400W and there's very limited PCIe expansion capability.

For equivalent specs, it's hard to find anything in this price range. On the Amazon side, they have a renewed unit that's very close to this in specs but for $966
( https://www.amazon.com/HP-Desktop...088X2PMP3/ )

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Thanks for sharing. What would be a good power supply for something like this?
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Thanks for sharing. What would be a good power supply for something like this?
If I was putting in my own PSU, I would probably start choosing something at 500W. However, being this PC has already been configured for these specs and the expansion capabilities are limited, 400W should be fine.
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If I was putting in my own PSU, I would probably start choosing something at 500W. However, being this PC has already been configured for these specs and the expansion capabilities are limited, 400W should be fine.
Agreed, look at larger power supplies if you are looking to add a graphics card. This size should be fine for what it comes with.
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Is this Amazon-renewed?
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Very tempting since I've been using the same PC for 8 yrs but not sure I like the form factor and PS...
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not a good price to begin with. so pass on it and rest easy
Where would you suggest a better price for a pre-built with similar specs/
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I've never had much luck with refurb PCs. All died within 2 years. Better luck to those who roll the dice.
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Fantastic deal
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Pretty good deal actually, repped! Downside is the PsU and the graphics card isn't as "future proof" as a 2060 with potentially limited ways to upgrading it, but for $800 with a top end 9th gen i7 cpu, whopping 32gb of RAM...good deal!
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Seems like a pretty good deal. How is the graphics card?

Not sure about purchasing a factory refurb model as I've never done that before.
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Still shows available for me...
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Still available for me too as of 11:15am EST
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