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HP Pavilion 24" All-in-One PC Refurb - 24-r180a: i7-8700t, 2GB Radeon 530, 2TB+16GB HDD, 8GB DDR4- $799.20 Delivered @ HP Online

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Found this system listed on the HP Australia Online Outlet Store, and the discount code from another product works. I think it's a decent current specification system for the money, although this model is now discontinued.

Bing Lee are listing it for $1699 here for comparison. https://www.binglee.com.au/hp-24-r180a-pavilion-all-in-one-d...

23.8" 1080p touch-screen display
Intel i7-8700t 6-core 2.4-4.6ghz processor
2GB AMD Radeon 530 discrete graphics
2TB 7200rpm HDD + 16GB M2 SSD expandable
8GB DDR4 2400mhz RAM expandable

Note it is a refurbished machine so not sure how many units they have.

If you need printers, accessories or extended warranty, try the HP corporate deal posted previously for further discount (start with this link in an InPrivate or Incognito window first to activate corporate rates) hpshopping.com.au/cepp

Also CashRewards and ShopBack offering 2.4%+ on orders

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    Is this any good?

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      If you mean is HP AIO reliable, I bought a used HP Elite 23" AIO five years ago and it's been faultless.

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      I bought a 27” one in Dec 18, the keyboard failed and got it replaced within 2 days from HP customer service. Apart from that the PC itself has been flawless.

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    If anyone was considering to buy an entry level All In One (sub $800 mark) … then this would be an excellent choice (ableit the refurbished'ness model of it).

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    Is the 16Gb SSD big enough for Windows 10? It’s seems a bit small.

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      it'll be used as a fast cache.. where the SSD will be used to boost the IOPS of the storage system over all

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        will this opal 16GB work better than 128GB SSD + 2TB?

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          I can't answer that but I think the optane is very quick. Others may have more experience with it than me.

          I was surprised that the specs say it has two m2 slots, so in theory you could add a second SSD at say 128gb or much larger. This would give three drives total and balance performance across storage to your preference.

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    What are people's thoughts on leaving this on all the time and using it as a file server?

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      You probably don't need that spec CPU if its just a file server.

      For those $ you could look at the Synology/Qnap NAS drives posted a day or two ago and add some drives.

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        That's my dilemma… I could buy a NAS and some drives but then I won't have a functional PC, or I could buy this and use my current basic NAS + USB drive. I would then have a functional PC as well as a file server…. it would be a pretty basic set up, but just feels more functional to me I guess…

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          I suppose it fits your use case then. But in my opinion running 24/7 may come with compromises, such as upgrade ability, power consumption and heat, (components will not have a lot of breathing room behind that screen) (You would want to configure power options to turn the display off, keeps disks alive and go to an efficient mode when not in use)

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    Thanks OP. I ordered with 3 years warranty.

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    Does anyone have much experience with a refurbished computer ? how much cosmetic damage should I expect ?

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      I got a refurbished AIO from Grays a few years back. No marks on anything except an additional sticker on edge of monitor. Box pretty damaged from previous opening but everything still works fine to this day.

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    Just got one, thank you.

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    Cashback is 7.2%. Sweet. Thanks OP, bought one with 3 yr onsite warranty.

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    Received mine yesterday. A tiny dent on top right corner otherwise as new condition.
    Do we have some sort of instruction or video teaching how to upgrade the SSD and the RAM?
    Thank you.

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      mine is due today, I am so excited. I am also interested in upgrading the RAM and SSD but will wait a year until the warranty is up .

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        Normally ram and ssd is user serviceable so not warranty affecting. Worth checking before you pull the trigger though

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      I don't have one, but a quick google shows this video which is similar I assume.

      https://youtu.be/MaU_Dng33Is

      Parts you'd need are at this link, but similar from any brand should work just as well (in theory)

      https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for/HP---C...

      If in doubt, or inexperienced, local computer shops should do it fairly affordably and they will take responsibility for it. Shop around for a good deal on parts and labour.

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        Thanks for the links and the advice. Such a great find, I am stoked with the price and mine is almost perfect.

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          Happy to help. I think it's a good deal too. Just don't need one. They are still in stock so must have lots of units to be moving them so cheap

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        Thanks for the info. I saw the first video too but it was replacing the main hard drive. At the time, I was sure where the second drive is and what type of SSD it is, whether m.2 or not.
        The second link shows it is just one of those normal one.

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          If you follow this link and go to the Vulcan motherboard drop down, you'll see the two SATA connectors on the left, and just in from that the M2 SSD connector. It uses an 80mm card running on the gap over the motherboard. That's where the existing Optane M2:2280 stick will be that you might upgrade. The ram upgrade port socket is on the right of pic, and the memory specs for upgrade are on the same site.

          https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c06064293

          I also found a pic with SSD visible under off-white clip in centre, and two (upgraded) ram sticks on the right.

          https://www.google.com.au/search?q=24-r180a+teardown&tbm=isc...

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    Mine arrived DOA (broken Stand) and I ordered another one to replace it. Second unit looks like brand new in original box packaging with seal on it. Now I am waiting for startrak to collect the DOA unit.

    All this happend in 3 days and I am shocked how fast HP dispatch the online order.

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      Same here. Broken stand on arrival and a Core i5, not even the one I ordered, they are going to replace it, hopefully with a proper one this time.

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    Will this be compatible with the HP? Thanks.

    https://www.shoppingexpress.com.au/buy/crucial-p1-1tb-2000mb...

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    This HP is back in stock with even cheaper with code: REFURB$400 to bring it down to $599.

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      That is strong! Thanks for the tip. Ill get one for the inlaws

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        Do you have a 28 Degrees credit card? Thats $200 cheaper than you purchased it for. I'd be fumin.

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      OOS again.
      (I still had a page open with it my basket and it let me go through to the payment page. Wonder what would happen if I went ahead?)