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HP Pavilion P7 Quad-Core Desktop

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wootalyzer


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Wootalyzer's Pricing Post! - The price of today's woot item is saved here for future reference
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HP Pavilion P7 Quad-Core Desktop
$329.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: Refurbished

*DISCLAIMER* Wootalyzer! is in no way affiliated with Woot!, and this post may not always be here!

Moideas


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Not a bad computer, though it is a generation old. Definitely quick, and cheap.

314edpiper


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is there an o/s with this computer? is it 'hackintoshable'?

I would say 'Good day,' but 'SUCK IT" sounds better...

mandoman5


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Looks like woot is single handedly clearing out HP's Personal Comuper Division.

Dawgbrain


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Bought one a few Woots ago and have been very pleased with it. Just bought another!

ranyle


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314edpiper wrote:is there an o/s with this computer? is it 'hackintoshable'?



Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit is listed as the OS.

dkeigley


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314edpiper wrote:is there an o/s with this computer? is it 'hackintoshable'?



It's in the writeup -

Operating System:
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

w00tgurl


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314edpiper wrote:is there an o/s with this computer? is it 'hackintoshable'?



Operating System:
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

lol, too late.

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billux


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I actually have had this computer for about a year (since my toddler broke my prior desktop from repeated smashings). It's a reliable rock no issues to date and you can easily modify the case to bolt it to the bottom of a sturdy cabinet.

danwat1234


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314edpiper wrote:is there an o/s with this computer? is it 'hackintoshable'?



Might be. Depends on how the drivers match up.

rebeltreble


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mandoman5 wrote:Looks like woot is single handedly clearing out HP's Personal Comuper Division.



Actually they decided not to get rid of their personal computer division.

Signatures are harshing my mellow.

R1im


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is it good for gaming ?

transpo1


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is there not an HDMI plug ??

rebeltreble


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R1im wrote:is it good for gaming ?



Not out of the box. It would need a new graphics cards and a new power supply (250W...really?!). If you are willing to upgrade those though it would be a decent rig for most games out right now.

Signatures are harshing my mellow.

MISRy


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In the side panel off view note that the memory is positioned furthest away from the CPU!

As it is SOP that the first bank be positioned closest to the CPU for best performance I think we can assume the $3.18 a day worker in *that* part of the assembly line is due for a stern dressing down!

lpsisrl


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Wow. Why spend this much on an HP desktop on Woot when you could spend the same at Best Buy and then get an HP Touchpad for $149?

Nodwick


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lpsisrl wrote:Wow. Why spend this much on an HP desktop on Woot when you could spend the same at Best Buy and then get an HP Touchpad for $149?



Swap out "Best Buy" for "nearly anywhere else on the internet" and I'd be with you.

acanarelli


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I bought this computer the last time it was offered on Woot and just started to use it last week. One of the best buys I ever made on Woot! Fast, very capable and the cost is unbeatable. I love this computer and you will too.

dcundiff


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Can you hook up two monitors?

billux


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R1im wrote:is it good for gaming ?



You probably want to add a video card, it's the weak spot (embedded graphics) but with 6 gb for normal surfing and casual gaming it's perfect. For more intense gaming (FPS shooters etc) add a card. It's ok for WOW as it is.

billux


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dcundiff wrote:Can you hook up two monitors?



Yes

filetap


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lpsisrl wrote:Wow. Why spend this much on an HP desktop on Woot when you could spend the same at Best Buy and then get an HP Touchpad for $149?



I can't see why people are still harping on the touch pad. On another note, I have the box just up from this system the HP Pavlion HPE 1000z same unit with a X4 instead of an X2 and a better power supply and graphics card. With some very light modification, (around $200) this is a fantastic machine. Good build quality, and the warranty can be extended directly through hp for $75 for 2 years.

iamjs


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dcundiff wrote:Can you hook up two monitors?



yes, it has both DVI and VGA hookups, although there is a very noticable drop in quality once you go to VGA.

Once you clean off the crapware that comes on here, it's a pretty solid computer as long as you're not looking for use it for online gaming.

Random crap: x7 (Most recent: 7.24.14)

billux


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transpo1 wrote:is there not an HDMI plug ??



No but DVI==> hdmi is cheap.

freakyjoker


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lpsisrl wrote:Wow. Why spend this much on an HP desktop on Woot when you could spend the same at Best Buy and then get an HP Touchpad for $149?



cheapest hp desktop i can find on bestbuy.com is 419 for 2 less CPU cores, 2 less gbs of ram and similar other specs. am i missing the $329 one? If so please link because i will buy it and the touchpad then.

pukeboy


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dcundiff wrote:Can you hook up two monitors?


There is a DVI and a VGA connector so it would appear to be possible.

Higher-end ATI cards do handle multiple monitors quite easily, and the drivers for a 4890 and a 4200 (like this computer has) are identical, so I believe multiple monitors would work.

That said, I don't have actual experience with this computer or video card. I'm not a multiple-monitor type, I'd rather just have one BIGGER monitor.


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Russ__F


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Network card is 10/100, and not gigabit ether? No thanks.

pukeboy


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MISRy wrote:In the side panel off view note that the memory is positioned furthest away from the CPU!

As it is SOP that the first bank be positioned closest to the CPU for best performance I think we can assume the $3.18 a day worker in *that* part of the assembly line is due for a stern dressing down!



I'm guessing you'll get your computer with all four memory sockets full, two with 2GB sticks and two with 1GB sticks. The image is probably from a 4GB box.


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eldiablohijo


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burnsrubber19


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So is it a P7 or is it AMD? Title says one, description says the other...

indetrucks


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This has been a GREAT computer for me so far. Ordered it a few weeks ago to play BF3. Here's all ya need for a bad a$$ rig playing BF3 on full graphics settings hitting 42 fps

Rosewell 630w PSU $60
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182200

Saphire graphics card $149
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102908

Crucial 64GB SSD $111 (gotta be first in the game!) haha
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148441

Crucial 4gb memory stick $23
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148346

lol... love how my $325 computer just turned into $700. I didn't need to go with the SSD or the additional memory to play BF, but I like being in the game quick :D
This is what happens when you have the day off work and can't sleep

Battlefield 3, here I come!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiRaGTzNxcA&feature=player_embedded

jpmcginley


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billux wrote:I actually have had this computer for about a year (since my toddler broke my prior desktop from repeated smashings). It's a reliable rock no issues to date and you can easily modify the case to bolt it to the bottom of a sturdy cabinet.



Bolt it down???

J.P. McGinley

gabeh68


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I bet this machine can handle Food Network like nobody's business.

indetrucks


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Here are the comments from sell-out Woot when I purchased it...
http://deals.woot.com/deals/details/24dbd36f-7779-47c6-867d-254d867f9f26/hp-pavilion-p7-quad-core-desktop?page=1&sort=oldest

Some good advice if you want to turn it in to a good gamer rig.

htl0006


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Moideas wrote:Not a bad computer, though it is a generation old. Definitely quick, and cheap.



sadly it's refurbished - gonna be a low risk gamble

mortiki


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honestly woot, it would be nice to see something besides a HP product when it comes to desktops or laptops...(just a thought)

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flaimport


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What another wootoff!!! I just sent them money. I'm not ready for this.

htl0006


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mortiki wrote:honestly woot, it would be nice to see something besides a HP product when it comes to desktops or laptops...(just a thought)



but they're the best out there unless you wanna go with the top of the line alien ware