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[Refurb] HP Elite 800 G1 w/ Intel i5 4570 3.2GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Win 10 $148.80 Delivered @ BNEACTTRADER eBay

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HP 800 G1
Windows 10
Intel Core i5 4570 3.20Ghz
8GB DDR3 RAM
256GB SATA SSD
VGA, 2x DisplayPort
8x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0
1 Year Warranty

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  • -1

    code reduced it to $150 not $148.80

    edit: tried again worked as advertised

  • As HP (and also Dell) PCs have custom motherboards, how do you find out what type of memory is suitable if you want to expand the memory? HP (and Dell) apparently don't list compatible memory modules, their description only says "1600-MHz DDR3 SDRAM".

    From a Dell PC with the same CPU (Optiplex 9020), it appears that 240-pin DIMM (not LP-DDR and not SODIMM) is the correct type of memory module. Does that mean that any 240-pin 1600-MHz DDR3 DIMM is suitable?

      • Thanks, but that page doesn't help. The 2x8GB kit listed on that page (CT2K102464BD160B) is not sold by anyone in Australia, it appears to be obsolete. One or two overseas websites list it at extortionate prices.

        Also, it's weird that Crucial are listing DDR3L as suitable memory. They also list the same part as suitable for the Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF, which I have, and my PC has ordinary DDR, not DDR3L (my PC has 2 of Samsung M378B5173DB0-CK0).

        Is any DDR3 1600MHz 240-pin DIMM suitable? If so it appears 2x8GB should be around $70-$80 for name-brand memory.

  • +1
    • True, but they are only offering a 3-month warranty, versus 12 months in this deal. And the seller in this deal has a physical shopfront, so if you're local, you can deliver it directly to them for warranty issues.

  • Damn! I just bought an older version of this without a drive and wasted $100 on a PCIe v2 NIC for it… when it only did PCIe v1. I wish I'd waited for this! :(

  • the market will be flooded with these small form factor machines from corporates once windows 10 goes end of support and nothing earlier than gen 8 will run windows 11.

    • so… wait until after 2025 or something to buy one? lol

  • Does this have M.2 drive? Or could I install PCI Express M.2 on this PC?

  • It looks like a good deal. It appears to have an optical drive.

    Last month, I bought through Ozbargain, a [Refurb] Dell 7040 Micro i5 6500t 8GB 256GB Win 10 for $237.30.

    It is a good machine, but it does not have a optical drive.

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