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HP Ryzen 7 5700g, 16GB Ram, 256GB SSD, and HDMI 1.4. Fast not fancy.

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blackDaglia asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 09:50 AM
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Because the ram it came with is garbage and nobody wants to mix and match rams. You are better off buying 2 8gb rams at 3200 than trying to mix and match a good ram with a terrible ram. I looked up the same ram when I replaced it and that would have cost me $90+ on ebay since it couldn't be found anywhere else. Most people wouldn't really need anything over 16gb. But to be short this isn't a good deal at $569.99, at 449 it's a deal (several months back) at the time I bought this same exact model.
Wrong. You actually can mix ram without issues, the speeds will down clock to whichever stick is lower speed. This has 3200 MHz ram and it's convenient that it comes as one 16gb stick for easy upgradability. If you think you're going to notice a difference between CL18 and CL16 ram (for example) then you shouldn't be looking at pre-builts anyways.
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It comes with a heatsink thats better than the HP one and you can buy a legit Windows 10 Pro key for < $20. Nice try though. LMAO

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Let the sheep keep thinking they need to spend $140 on windows. I've given up on trying to help people who've never even attempted PC building. Let them pay for convenience.
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Does anyone know if an Oculus Quest 2 VR will work with this? My son wants a pc that he can use with his Oculus and I have zero idea which ones are compatible.
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Does anyone know if an Oculus Quest 2 VR will work with this? My son wants a pc that he can use with his Oculus and I have zero idea which ones are compatible.
No. While technically it will work, the experience will be terrible. You need something with a dedicated graphics card. Unfortunately in with the state of things it will be very expensive. But you will want something with a nvidia 3060 or better. That will start around $1000 and up.
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No. While technically it will work, the experience will be terrible. You need something with a dedicated graphics card. Unfortunately in with the state of things it will be very expensive. But you will want something with a nvidia 3060 or better. That will start around $1000 and up.
Thanks so much for that information. Reading through these threads literally feels like reading another language so that at least gives me an idea of what to look for. It's super appreciated.
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Someome PLEASE post a link to the best video card upgrade this thing can handle for gaming.

I can't figure it out after 3 versions of this same deal.. Frown
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Someome PLEASE post a link to the best video card upgrade this thing can handle for gaming.

I can't figure it out after 3 versions of this same deal.. Frown
For what it would cost for a decent video card you are better off just buying a prebuilt with one. Especially since this HP only has a 180w psu. Which is to weak for most modern gpus.
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For what it would cost for a decent video card you are better off just buying a prebuilt with one. Especially since this HP only has a 180w psu. Which is to weak for most modern gpus.
I've owned this for a few months. Now what are my options?
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5700G - $280 as of writing this on ebay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/29431571...SwYhNhf3xq [ebay.com]
32GB of DDR4 Ram ~$100: https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32...klink=true [newegg.com]
PSU $35
Budget Cast ~$30-$40
512GB NVME SSD - $50
A520 motherboard with HDMI 2.1 $50: https://www.amazon.com/ASRock-A52...OTHERBOARD [amazon.com]

So about $550.
you guys always say it is cheaper to build it, and then you leave out a bunch of important things, like the Windows Operating System, the DVD drive, the Wifi, etc...

not to mention, if even 1 component you buy is bad, you have to pay for return shipping and fight the company to do the warranty and wait 1-3 weeks to get the replacement part

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you guys always say it is cheaper to build it, and then you leave out a bunch of important things, like the Windows Operating System, the DVD drive, the Wifi, etc...

not to mention, if even 1 component you buy is bad, you have to pay for return shipping and fight the company to do the warranty and wait 1-3 weeks to get the replacement part
Wow you're a bright one. And who needs a dvd drive. And Amazon and eBay have free return shipping on bad products.

If you bothered to read my other posts you would see that I said you lower the ram and nvme to be the same specs as this deal. Then buy a wife card and a valid windows license and you would still pay less than this deal.

But enjoy your crappy prebuilt that breaks after 2 years and you can't buy replacement parts for because they are all proprietary.
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