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blackDaglia asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 09:50 AM
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How good is the screen?
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0 Nits since it's a desktop tower
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Office Depot/OfficeMax (should be in title) has HP Pavilion TP01-2096 for $569.99+tax, shipping is free (or in-store pick-up where avail)
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looks interesting but not being able to add a GPU down the road kills it for me. I'd rather spend a little more and be able to add a video card in a year or two or three and still keep it relevant.
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looks interesting but not being able to add a GPU down the road kills it for me. I'd rather spend a little more and be able to add a video card in a year or two or three and still keep it relevant.
This computer has empty PCIE 3.0 16x slot. You will be able to add a mid range gpu down the road...

Not sure where you got the assumption that you can't add a GPU. Doesn't matter that the 5700g has built in graphics.

https://support.hp.com/hk-en/document/c07929808
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I know this is how much a Ryzen 7 machine usually goes for, but as a whole package it isn't really a great deal. That Vega 8 iGPU is really dated at this point. Its power is roughly a GT 1030 (lowest tier dGPU) from 2017. At this price, you might as well go for a lesser machine (maybe a $400 Ryzen 5) with the extra cash going into a real GPU later when the prices are not as crazy.

AMD is also going to refresh its iGPU to Navi2 next year, which will contain upgrades to the processing pipeline and video decoding engine. This upgrade will be pretty important for HTPC users.
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I know this is how much a Ryzen 7 machine usually goes for, but that Vega 8 iGPU is really dated at this point. Its power is roughly a GT 1030 (lowest tier iGPU) from 2017. At this price, you might as well go for a lesser machine (maybe a $400 Ryzen 5) with the extra cash going into a real GPU later when the prices are not as crazy.

AMD is also going to refresh its iGPU to Navi2 next year, which will contain upgrades to the processing pipeline and video decoding engine. This upgrade will be pretty important for HTPC users.
A computer with 5600g isn't going to be that much cheaper and the 5300g is going to blow chunks compared to this. Anything intel offers with onboard graphics is going to be even worse. Normally I would agree with you but the GPU market is not going to cool of until 2023 at the earliest and when AMD releases an RDNA2 APU you can bet its going to be pretty expensive.
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does this still have proprietary motherboard / power supply?
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This computer has empty PCIE 3.0 16x slot. You will be able to add a mid range gpu down the road...

Not sure where you got the assumption that you can't add a GPU. Doesn't matter that the 5700g has built in graphics.

https://support.hp.com/hk-en/document/c07929808
power supply is only ~130W, so would need to upgrade that b4 GPU
here's a review of similar build (TP01-2066) https://youtu.be/PA7CQPbrB3o?t=18
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power supply is only ~130W, so would need to upgrade that b4 GPU
here's a review of similar build (TP01-2066) https://youtu.be/PA7CQPbrB3o?t=18
Power supply is actually 180w. So enough to run a low end GPU but yes would be better off upgrading that as well for any GPU upgrade. (along with a 24pin to 4+4 pin power adapter).

https://cdn.cnetcontent.com/syndi...iginal.pdf
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Why doesn't this have hdmi 2.0 or displayport? I need it to do 4k@60hzFrown

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I assembled 5 desktops last week for work with very similar specs. Only difference is mine had 32GB memory and 500w gold psu. The price to build was about the same before adding windows OS. So if you want to pick a cool case and have non-proprietary psu and mobo that may be a better option. If your time is worth more than that, this is not a bad price for the specs. The CPU comes with a cooler, as well as graphics so it makes for a nice budget build with good capability.
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I assembled 5 desktops last week for work with very similar specs. Only difference is mine had 32GB memory and 500w gold psu. The price to build was about the same before adding windows OS. So if you want to pick a cool case and have non-proprietary psu and mobo that may be a better option. If your time is worth more than that, this is not a bad price for the specs. The CPU comes with a cooler, as well as graphics so it makes for a nice budget build with good capability.
Any idea how much additional cost it would be to build one that can do 4k@60hz? I guess it would just take a motherboard with hdmi 2.0 or displayport. I don't need a gpu.

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