HP 8000 Elite 250GB SATA Intel SFF Desktop

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HP 8000 Elite 250GB SATA Intel SFF Desktop
Price: $99.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 Business Days. (Wednesday, Jan 27 to Monday, Feb 01) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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Solid reviews (4 out of 5 eggs) over at NewEgg.com

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This is a decent deal if you just need a light duty computer. I see lots of these come out of commercial lease and go back out with very little refurbishment for more.

A valid Win7pro license still costs more than this computer WITH ONE.

Win 7 will walk pretty fast with 4GB, but you need 6GB to get it to “run”. But still, a good deal.

I got one of these for the same price a few weeks ago on Woot for my daughters to use. It was perfect, runs several web based games and other sites even with several tabs open at once.

These are pretty decent machines. You can bump up the PS, get a better video card, and add 4GB RAM then it will run most games. Seems as long as you maintain some discipline while websurfing, these truck on forever. Plus, like someone already mentioned, a W7 license costs more than the computer!

I want to get my nephew something to play minecraft on. seems like this should handle it just fine. opinions?

As is, this would run minecraft decently. Throw in a low profile GTX 750 and it will run great. Those cost about $125.

The stock photo shows four USB ports on the front panel, the description says there are two. Can we have a little clarification?

I got one last time it was up for $89.99 (I think)and have had random shutdowns and the product key doesn’t work for Windows. I emailed Woot, and they passed me off to AST Systems. I emailed them and got no response. Terrible customer support on this so far. The mouse also was broken when it arrived. I know, you get what you pay for. But I would appreciate some help in at least getting the machine to work properly with an authentic version of Windows.

The one I got last time has 4 usb on the front.

I pulled the trigger on one of these with the idea of increasing the RAM and installing an SSD. Can anyone tell me what RAM I need to get, and how to transfer the OS to the SSD w/o getting too technical? I don’t know very much about working on these.

I used REFLECT and it couldn’t of been easier to install a SSD

http://www.macrium.com/reflectfree.aspx

The specs quoted are wrong. There are four USB 2.0 ports on front, and six USB 2.0 ports on the back.

I Have an Elite 8000 SFF, and I have used every on of these ports on the front. This thing is bulletproof.

If by most games, you mean the ones on facebook. This is a 7 generation old processor.

Also there’s a $20 app from paragon
https://www.paragon-software.com/technologies/components/migrate-OS-to-SSD/

that works like a dream.

Product page seems to show 7200rpm, not 5400 as on woot. And no disk burner here? Not skilled at deciphering this. Help! My old Vista machine is the gateway/router connection to AT&T Internet, and it needs to be replaced as economically as possible. Thanks

Buyer confirms: 4 in the front, 6 in the back.

Thanks.