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HP Pavilion Desktop: Intel i7 10700, 256GB PCIe M.2 SSD, 12GB DDR4 RAM, Win 10 EXPIRED

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Staples has HP Pavilion Desktop (TP01-1036) on sale for $619.99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free curbside pickup as an alternative option. Thanks delz4stelz

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  • Intel Core i7 10700 2.9GHz Octa-Core Processor (10th Gen)
  • 256GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive SSD
  • 12GB DDR4 SD RAM (2933MHz)
  • Intel UHD 630 GPU
  • WiFi w/ Bluetooth
  • 180W Gold Efficency PSU
  • DVD-Writer
  • USB Mouse/Keyboard Combo
  • Windows 10 Home
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HP Pavilion TP01-1036 Desktop: 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10700 8-Core, 12GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, Type-C, WiFi, DVDRW, Win 10 (Natural Silver) $619.99
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I've owned a few HPs built into this form factor. Points:
-The case is tiny and lightweight. Like, much smaller than you'd realize when you think "tower computer." It's about a foot square on the side.
-The motherboard is nonstandard as well. The front ports and power switch are actually part of motherboard itself.
-The power supply is teeny-tiny, but if you must, they do make a gaming version of this tower so there is a 400W(?) power supply available you could track down. Good enough for a 1650 or whatever.
-It does have room for two 3.5" hard drives.

I've noticed a lot of the computer threads on Slickdeals immediately turn into "How can I build this into a GAMING MONSTER?" conversations. Realize some computers just aren't designed for that, period. A PC doesn't necessarily suck because you can't drop a GTX2080 into it.

Although I will say that as far as small towers with poor expansion, these little HPs are a worse value than SFF Optiplexes or whatever just based on the build quality I've observed.



The spec sheet says it's an NVMe drive.
This looks like the kind of adequate system that makes you realize what you should have bought. I think anyone who needs 12gb ram really wants 16, the nvme drive is a plus but doesn't make sense with the rest of the build. The real issue I have is the 180w per supply.
This is specced great for a mid-range laptop but pretty minimal for a desktop at this price point.
Compatible desktop system if you build if yourself, $800 total, yes,its more expensive than staples, however, but you are getting much better parts that will last. HP for the most part use the cheapest components possible and upgrade options are very limited. I put together a complete system if I were to built it today. Prices change all the time, so shop around at places like Amazon, Newegg and Microcenter. Try to sick to no more than 2 places when buying parts, if you buy parts from many places, if can be very hard to keep track of what you bought in case of warranty isuses. Please don't buy open box/refurbished motherboards or cpu's, you are just asking for trouble on that end. Hope this helps. I am not bashing HP, if you want a pre-built system, got for it.

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This looks like the kind of adequate system that makes you realize what you should have bought. I think anyone who needs 12gb ram really wants 16, the nvme drive is a plus but doesn't make sense with the rest of the build. The real issue I have is the 180w per supply.
This is specced great for a mid-range laptop but pretty minimal for a desktop at this price point.
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This looks like the kind of adequate system that makes you realize what you should have bought. I think anyone who needs 12gb ram really wants 16, the nvme drive is a plus but doesn't make sense with the rest of the build. The real issue I have is the 180w per supply.
This is specced great for a mid-range laptop but pretty minimal for a desktop at this price point.
Agree with the power plus don't see any bluetooth or wifi? Didn't see it mentioned in HP specs either. Deal breaker right away besides no real internal storage...what's the disk cost $20 bucks....or, an upgrade to 500SSD for an additional 50bucks?!
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the non standard power supply which you likely can't get one over 300w is a deal breaker. What a waste of such a decent spec machine
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Agree with the power plus don't see any bluetooth or wifi? Didn't see it mentioned in HP specs either. Deal breaker right away besides no real internal storage...what's the disk cost $20 bucks....or, an upgrade to 500SSD for an additional 50bucks?!
States wifi 5 and BT 5 on the scrolling window of the specs where it says "Specifications". HTH!
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the non standard power supply which you likely can't get one over 300w is a deal breaker. What a waste of such a decent spec machine
Why does power supply matter ? Sorry newbie here
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Why does power supply matter ? Sorry newbie here
If you plan to do anything other than normal computing (games) you will need a much more powerful power supply.
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I usually stick to Dell Optiplex Or HP ProDesk refurbs on eBay. They are built like tanks and true enterprise grade wheee components, if they fail are easily replaceable.
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If you plan to do anything other than normal computing (games) you will need a much more powerful power supply.
Just want to ask a follow up question on your comment - I thought the real issue with the limited power supply is upgrading , not running games in existing configuration. I was under the impression that the current power supply is adequate to support the games or other intensive task that the hardware is designed to handle. Is that not the case ?
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Just want to ask a follow up question on your comment - I thought the real issue with the limited power supply is upgrading , not running games in existing configuration. I was under the impression that the current power supply is adequate to support the games or other intensive task that the hardware is designed to handle. Is that not the case ?
It can run the basic games the current processor without an add-on graphics card can handle. But the non standard power supply makes this a deal breaker because all good GPUs require a more powerful power supply.
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So..12gb means 4 & 8 gb ram right...? meaning only max 8gb would run dual channel..on top of that would need to upgrade psu before adding any budget gpu..
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Just want to ask a follow up question on your comment - I thought the real issue with the limited power supply is upgrading , not running games in existing configuration. I was under the impression that the current power supply is adequate to support the games or other intensive task that the hardware is designed to handle. Is that not the case ?
You are correct in your impression, however keep in mind that this particular hardware is quite crippled when it comes to anything other than very basic gaming. Soon you will find yourself wishing for a more powerful video card, and that's where you will run into problems without a strong power supply
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This looks like the kind of adequate system that makes you realize what you should have bought. I think anyone who needs 12gb ram really wants 16, the nvme drive is a plus but doesn't make sense with the rest of the build. The real issue I have is the 180w per supply.
This is specced great for a mid-range laptop but pretty minimal for a desktop at this price point.
This is very likely not an NMVE drive, but an SATA based M2 drive, if it's like the other ones HP shoehorned into previous builds.

You're basically spending $600 on a launching off point to a good system, but it could easily run you an extra $600 to get this where you'd expect it (fast nvme drive, adequate psu, graphics card, decent motherboard, decent ram).
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