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Refurb HP Pavilion 510-P127C A12-9800, 16GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, R7-450 GDDR5, WiFi AC, DVD-RW, Win10 Home @ $370+$5 Shipping

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Computer.Woot has refurbished HP Pavilion 510-P127C Desktop with AMD Bristol Ridge A12-9800 3.8Ghz Quad Core CPU, AMD AM4 Motherboard, 16GB DDR4 2133MHz Ram, AMD R7 IGP+AMD R7-450 2GB GDDR5 Graphics, 1TB 7200 RPM HDD, DVD-RW, Dual Band WiFi AC + Bluetooth, Windows 10 Home 64 Bit @ $370 with $5 Shipping. tax in most states.
This comes with 90 days HP Warranty.
Currently the new model of this Desktop sells at $600 + Tax.

This model has AMD AM4 motherboard and supports upcoming Zen processors as well.

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https://computers.woot.com/offers..._pc_dly_tl

HP Prdouct Spec page:
http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05281246

SPEC:
  • AMD 7th Gen A12-9800 3.8GHz (4.2GHz Turbo, 2MB Cache, 65W TDP) Quad Core
  • Willo AM4 Motherboard /w 2x DDR4, 1x PCIe X16, 1x M.2
  • 16GB DDR4 2133MHz UDIMM Ram
  • Radeon R7 IGP (512 SP) + Radeon R7-450 2GB GDDR5 Graphics
  • 1TB 7200 RPM HDD
  • UltraSlim Tray DVD-RW
  • Dual Band 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 4.2 + Gigabit Ethernet
  • 5.1 Channel Audio
  • 2x USB 3.0, 4x USB 2.0, 3-in-1 card Reader
  • 1x VGA, 1x HDMI
  • HP USB Mouse & Keyboard
  • 180W Internal PSU
  • 90 Days HP Warranty
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good machine ?
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good machine ?
Not AMD
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so stick to Intel
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good machine ?
For the price, yes it is. The performance of the CPU is slightly higher than Core i3-6100 but the integrated Graphics performance is far higher. Also the dedicated GPU will let you play most of the games in lower or medium settings.
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good machine ?
No, not a good machine. Unless all you want to do is surf the web.
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Specs seem pretty good for the price. Yes, comparable Intel processors are much better, but also much more expensive! Good budget desktop. Not good for medium or high quality gaming.
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No, not a good machine. Unless all you want to do is surf the web.
Not really. It is a pretty standard gaming machine. For internet Browsing, even a Pentium processor with 8GB Ram will suffice. Better check the performance of the given processor and graphics card before putting baseless comments.
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good machine ?
The machine is fine for most everyday tasks. Its comparable to Intel Core i5-3330 and beats out the Intel Core i3-6300. So anyone telling you its bad is hating on AMD because they did have bad APUs sometime ago.

Right now you could very easily game on Low/Medium on just this desktop with nothing extra although I would recommend getting an SSD and this is a more than adequate desktop for most people that are not trying to do any heavy coding/graphics design.
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No, not a good machine. Unless all you want to do is surf the web.
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Not really. It is a pretty standard gaming machine. For internet Browsing, even a Pentium processor with 8GB Ram will suffice. Better check the performance of the given processor and graphics card before putting baseless comments.


What about watching surfing videos in 1080P.....
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Not really. It is a pretty standard gaming machine. For internet Browsing, even a Pentium processor with 8GB Ram will suffice. Better check the performance of the given processor and graphics card before putting baseless comments.
Not baseless comments:

* 2 gig graphics card is very low-end, and would not be considered a "pretty standard gaming machine." Graphics card included is junk.

* Power supply is 180 watts and proprietary, can't upgrade it to higher watt power supply. 180 watts won't allow for any expansion of other components.

* Only one PCI slot, which is already taken up with current graphics card, so no further expansion. And form factor is so small you can't put anything except a low profile card in it. Also, with the 180 watt power supply, anything pulling additional watts won't work.

* Can't add a SSD, because there are only 2 SATA slots, and both are taken. One for the current hard drive and one for the DVD drive. Unless you want to throw away the current hard drive or DVD to sacrifice it for the SSD.

* No available RAM slots. Only has 2 slots that are both taken. So if you want to "upgrade" memory, then you have to pull and throw away the current 2 8gig Ram modules and install new modules.

* DVD/CD is not a standard DVD/CD. It is a cheap Laptop DVD/CD, that will snap off if it is open and touch it wrong.

* The desktop plastic case is flimsy and paper-thin. The cardboard box this ships in is more heavy duty.

* The keyboard and mouse are junk. Flimsy, and the keyboard is not even a full size keyboard.
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* Power supply is 180 watts and proprietary, can't upgrade it to higher watt power supply. 180 watts won't allow for any expansion of other components.

* Only one PCI slot, which is already taken up with current graphics card,
Seeking confirmation: so the PSU definitely is proprietary? So there is no possible way to upgrade it?

The one PCI slot doesn't bother me; if I were to upgrade the graphics, I'd toss the current discrete card anyway.

Lots of conflicting comments in this thread.
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Not baseless comments:

* 2 gig graphics card is very low-end, and would not be considered a "pretty standard gaming machine." Graphics card included is junk.

* Power supply is 180 watts and proprietary, can't upgrade it to higher watt power supply. 180 watts won't allow for any expansion of other components.

* Only one PCI slot, which is already taken up with current graphics card, so no further expansion. And form factor is so small you can't put anything except a low profile card in it. Also, with the 180 watt power supply, anything pulling additional watts won't work.

* Can't add a SSD, because there are only 2 SATA slots, and both are taken. One for the current hard drive and one for the DVD drive. Unless you want to throw away the current hard drive or DVD to sacrifice it for the SSD.

* No available RAM slots. Only has 2 slots that are both taken. So if you want to "upgrade" memory, then you have to pull and throw away the current 2 8gig Ram modules and install new modules.

* DVD/CD is not a standard DVD/CD. It is a cheap Laptop DVD/CD, that will snap off if it is open and touch it wrong.

* The desktop plastic case is flimsy and paper-thin. The cardboard box this ships in is more heavy duty.

* The keyboard and mouse are junk. Flimsy, and the keyboard is not even a full size keyboard.
What is cheap Laptop DVD/CD drive? Don't blabber here. Nobody claimed it to be a super gaming rig or anything which would play everything in highest details at 1080P. But it is slightly more than what you are paying for. It is perfectly fine for Online MMO titles and can play all the latest games at low or low-mid settings.
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What is cheap Laptop DVD/CD drive? Don't blabber here. Nobody claimed it to be a super gaming rig or anything which would play everything in highest details at 1080P. But it is slightly more than what you are paying for. It is perfectly fine for Online MMO titles and can play all the latest games at low or low-mid settings.
It is not a desktop DVD/CD drive. It is a flimsy laptop pop-out DVD/CD tray. I'm not blabbering, I'm simply stating a fact. There is a difference between a desktop DVD drive and a laptop DVD drive.
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It should be illegal to make desktops without SSD these days.
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