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HP 560-p015hvr Pavilion Desktop: i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, RX 480, Win 10 EXPIRED

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HP.com has their HP 560-p015hvr Pavilion Desktop for $749.99 - $150 w/ coupon code HVR150 = $599.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

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  • Intel i5-6400 Quad-Core CPU (Skylake)
  • 8GB DDR4 Memory
  • 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD
  • Radeon RX-480 4GB GDDR5 Graphics
    • 1x USB 3.0 (Type-C)
    • 3x USB 3.0
    • 2x USB 2.0
  • 300W uATX 80+ Bronze PSU
  • Intel 3168 Dual Band WiFi AC + Bluetooth 4.2 + Gigabit Ethernet
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
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HP.com has the pre-configured and ready-to-ship HP Pavilion 560-p015hvr Intel Core i5-6400 Quad-Core SKYLAKE VR-ready Desktop Computer with Radeon RX 480 Video Card and Dual Drives (128GB SSD + 1TB HDD), 300W 80_ Bronze uATX PSU, USB 3.0 Type-C Port, Win10 Home 64 Bit for $599.99 Free Shipping after Coupon Code: "HVR150" (Exp 1/31). Tax in most states.

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SPEC:
Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
Skylake Core i5-6400 Quad Core
8GB DDR4 Ram
128GB 2.5" SSD + 1TB 7200 HDD
Radeon RX-480 4GB GDDR5
DVDSM 8.5 Tray
Intel 3168 Dual Band WiFi AC + Bluetooth 4.2 + Gigabit Ethernet
1x PCIe x1; 1x PCIe x16; 2x M.2
1x USB 3.0 Type-C; 3x USB 3.0; 2x USB 2.0, 7-in-1 Card Reader
HP USB Keyboard & Mouse
300W uATX 80+ Bronze PSU
15.77 lbs
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300W is perfectly fine for this sytem. This supports 65W TDP Processors and RX-480 has a TDP of 150W but after the driver update, the power consumption at highest load is maximum 120W-125W. So the good quality 300W PSU is capable enough for handling this system.
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this is awesome I doubt anyone can match this in a build: Warranty, windows 10 retail, hardware, Account for time of building it and be anywhere close to 599
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http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05325469

I think this should be the same system gives a few more details
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http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05325469

I think this should be the same system gives a few more details
Yes, you are correct.
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Damn they are cutting it close with that 300W
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Damn they are cutting it close with that 300W
Why do you say that?
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Why do you say that?
Why would you not say that? Look at the consumption of the GPU And CPU together under load, that alone is already coming close and then you've got to factor in everything else,..
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Damn they are cutting it close with that 300W
300W is perfectly fine for this sytem. This supports 65W TDP Processors and RX-480 has a TDP of 150W but after the driver update, the power consumption at highest load is maximum 120W-125W. So the good quality 300W PSU is capable enough for handling this system.
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How easy is this to upgrade? are the internals easy to access and reconfigure?
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decent offer hug
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seems like a great deal bc of SSD and GPU.

remember that any self build will likely waste $100 on Windows. unless you're daring Smilie
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300W is capable handing the system?

A PSU from brand computer is not that reliable. Even if it is 80+, it is cutting the edge.
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Why do you say that?
Probably because the manufacturer of a reference 480 says:

Quote from MSI :
System Requirements
Power consumption: 150W
Recommended PSU: 500W
And a popular reviewer says:

Quote from Guru3D :
This is Guru3D's generic power supply recommendation for the series:

AMD Radeon RX 480 - On your average system the card requires you to have a 450 Watt power supply unit as minimum.
When you add up the possible peak power of the components it seems awfully close:

CPU (65W)
Motherboard
RAM
GPU (150W)
Optical drive
SSD
HDD
Wifi card
USB peripherals (including others you may plug in later, like a charging phone)


If you add anything to the system (especially if the PSU isn't rated for 300W continuous), you may experience issues while under load like Crash To Desktop, Blue Screen, or complete system restarts that you might not get with a larger PSU. It all depends on how well the system reacts to peak loads over the PSU's rated capacity.


That all said, the system has a warranty and probably will work if you don't add anything to the system.
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seems like a great deal bc of SSD and GPU.

remember that any self build will likely waste $100 on Windows. unless you're daring Smilie
Don't forget warranty, and it's much easier to just plug this in and get going. Buying parts on sale, waiting for shipping, putting everything together, and hoping everything works the first time is too much hassle for most people. Troubleshooting parts of the system if it doesn't work is even more of a hassle and headache, so this is a very good buy for entry level VR and 1440p gaming. Inexperienced builders that buy parts without fully checking to see if everything is compatible is common.
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