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[REFURB] HP 8200 SFF Intel Core i5-2400 3.1GHz | 4GB Ram | 250GB HDD | DVD - $140 Shipped @ Aust IT Liquidator eBay


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HP 8200 SFF Intel Core i5-2400 3.1GHz | 4GB Ram | 250GB HDD | DVD

Here are the Specs:
- Intel core i5-2400 3.1Ghz
- 4GB Ram
- 250GB HDD
- Win 7
- Display port to extent to other monitor


Cheaper, good condition, working well.

ABN 26 854 784 707

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closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    I had this before my machine got upgraded at work. They're frustratingly slow for basic applications like Word, Excel, Chrome

    • +15 votes

      Throw an SSD and Windows 10 on it and it'll be fine. Guarantee you the bottleneck was the hard drive.

      • +1 vote

        I got the 9020 now which has a SSD and everything opens within 2 seconds….I'm in heaven :D


        SSD will make all the difference.
        Windows 10, not so sure. Windows 7 might be good to go.
        With 4GB of RAM, you should only use it for basic applications.

        • +1 vote

          Windows 7 uses considerably more resources than windows 8-10. The aero in windows 7 chews up a ton of resources


        Didn't these come with some weird on board SSD or something?

        I had one and it appeared as a very small capacity drive in Windows, probably needed a bunch of software and drivers to make it work as designed - some sort of cache or accelerator.





          Yes quite possibly mSATA or mini PCIe, unlikely to be literally onboard.

          All I know is I didn't visually see it when I upgraded to SSD. I was only noticed it when Windows asked me which drive to install on.

          Maybe it was simply a very early, very small SSD. Shrug.


          They are most likely ex lease. They probably throw on a random 2nd hand hard drive as companies take out the original, hence why no operating system on most of these machines.

          Good idea to throw in an ssd


          @LoopyLou: Mine came with a 2.5" drive not from this deal though.

    • -1 vote

      let me guess, Windows 10?


      The 4gb is probably not doing it any good, upgrade it to at least 8, ssd, and not having the work security protocols will make it faster

    • +2 votes

      'frustratingly slow'?
      If you were here right now I would throw my old, virus-ridden p4 celeron at you. Properly set up this machine is way overspecced for basic applications


      It is probably the machine setup, if it's centrally managed they really load them up garbage software. With a clean install of W10, which is still free* it will run fine. One of my machines is an older Q6600, which is slower than the above i5 and it runs great with 4GB RAM.

      Having said that, you really would be better off with a 4th gen or later Intel i5 machine. Not much more expensive.

  • +5 votes

    for $135 delivered ($5 less) you can get the same desktop AND with a wired keyboard, mouse and VGA cable. from this seller


      $110 + Postage ( 4701 = $50 4870 = $65)


        $110 + $25 postage to 4019, 4000, 3000, 2000, 3124, etc

    • +1 vote

      For $0 I wait until council clean-up day, found a nice working Dell last year, also came with a 19" monitor.

      Have it as a spare in case my main PC dies.


        Find anything good on the HDD?

        • +1 vote

          No, I really should start looking at King's Cross clean-up day but I'm scared I'll catch a virus.


        That council now considers this as stealing from them and they eveb tried to send a old man to prison for taking a chair I think not too long ago


          What, it's not legally their property?


          Wait what serious? Since when? I always enjoyed putting stuff out and waiting an hour for someone else to take..always tried to clean it or refurbish it as much as I can and place it on some newspaper or something.

          I always assumed it was free game for anyone passing by.

          Have gotten rid of many old old pc cases and parts from like pre 2006 era this way.


    I want something like this (four real threads) but I'm a little put off by what it'd cost to upgrade to 16GB. Are there better options for around the same all-up spend?

  • +1 vote

    These PCs are great! Bought 2 last time. Set them up for my kids with low profile Nvidia 1030 (fanless 30W card) and surprisingly able to run Tekken7 and GTA5 at 1080p. Lower the details a bit and was able to maintain 50~60FPS.
    Tested PPSSPP with Tekken6 as well, set everything to max and ran at 60FPS no frame drops.
    Great energy efficient gaming PC for kids thats for sure!

    • +4 votes

      yah, Gta 5 and tekken 7 for the kids.


      Wow nice not bad.

      So this cpu Intel Core i5-2400 3.1GHz should be able to handle it imho?

      Know what settings it could play maybe dota 2, bf1, cod and maybe Planetside 2 at?


        Im pretty sure DOTA2 can run at 60fps
        Tried COD modern warfare remastered doing 1080p with settings at mostly set at normal and was able to achieve 50ish FPS
        Killer instinct 720p with optimal settings at 60fps (ran the in game benchmark and scored 1010/1000)
        Titanfall2 2560 x 1080p around 50-55fps (mid setting)
        Wallenstein2 720p around 25~65fps this game fps fluctuates a lot at some graphic intense areas (mid/low setting)

        Hope that helps!

        • +1 vote

          Wow nice thanks this helps heaps.. answers a lot of questions and speculations.. I really appreciate the effort and time gone into this. Much obliged. Cheers thanks.


          @AlienC: no worries! just make sure you have at least 8GB of ram though. A set of used 4GB (2 x 2GB) ram on ebay is roughly $30. Well worth the upgrade if you want to game on these old i5 SFF PC.

        • +1 vote

          @Lionmaru-G: oh is it I thought ram prices were crazy now or is that only for 16gb modules?

          Btw can you do 4 x 4gb ram sticks on any cheap motherboards or is it only 2 x 8gb?


          @AlienC: Im pretty sure you can do 4 x 4GB on this machine. Total of 16GB


    I am guessing the ram is DDR3 ?


    No PC's are ever optimized for performance, out-of-the-box.

    When I have a problem PC brought to me I:

    test drive health


    check disk





    No complaints & only praise.