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lichme


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Item: HP Quad-Core Desktop with 1.5TB HD
Price: $339.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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spectralguy55


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lichme wrote:Item: HP Quad-Core Desktop with 1.5TB HD
Price: $339.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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10/12/2013 - $339.99 - 22 comment(s)


6/18/2013 - $399.00 (Woot Plus)
6/7/2013 - $399.00 (Woot Plus)



But, it has Windows 8! I'd consider it if it had Windows 7.

NelsonMuntz


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I recently purchased an HP refurb from a WootOff. I am very happy about it. It works well , and was in almost perfect shape.

Also, it has windows 8 on it, which is better than you think

Nelson Muntz
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a1000wtp


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1 down, 9 to go!

spectralguy55


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NelsonMuntz wrote:I recently purchased an HP refurb from a WootOff. I am very happy about it. It works well , and was in almost perfect shape.

Also, it has windows 8 on it, which is better than you think



I've bought refurbs and been very happy with them. As I am a computer programmer, doing contract work and some research jobs, too, performance is a critical issue for me. I've used Windows 8. For a professional, it stinks. It's oriented towards the general user population, not those who actually use computers to write, test, debug and such. Every time your hands come off the keyboard, you lose productivity.

maa


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As I am a computer programmer, doing contract work and some research jobs, too, performance is a critical issue for me. I've used Windows 8. For a professional, it stinks.



As a computer programmer you should be able to replace Windows 8 with Windows 7 or use a VM version of Win 7.

s3kshun8z


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Is it possible to add a graphics card if it already has integrated graphics?

Chocsweethrt


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s3kshun8z wrote:Is it possible to add a graphics card if it already has integrated graphics?



Absolutely. There's a slot on the motherboard for that.

s3kshun8z


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Chocsweethrt wrote:Absolutely. There's a slot on the motherboard for that.



do you think this would be a decent gaming computer if i put in a AMD Radeon somewhere in the 7600 series?

spectralguy55


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maa wrote:As a computer programmer you should be able to replace Windows 8 with Windows 7 or use a VM version of Win 7.



Yes, I could, but why, when I can get systems I don't have to tinker with to make them do what I need? A VM version of 7 eats MIPS I'd rather use for other things, and it takes time to install. The same arises with replacing 8, and in some cases you lose features of the system when they aren't supported or are not supported well under 7. If you aren't a serious user (as in you mostly surf and visit social media sites), Windows 8 isn't bad ... provided you are willing to live with the presumption of touchscreen. (Incidentally, I have a friend who is a PC neophyte. His first computer had 8 on it. He hated it. I installed a 7 dual-boot. He has given up on 8 entirely, saying he understands how 7 works, but not 8.)