HP Pavilion Athlon Dual Core 5600+ Desktop PC


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HP Pavilion Athlon Dual Core 5600+ Desktop PC

$429.99 + $5 shipping

condition: New

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New HP Pavilion Athlon Dual Core 5600+ Desktop PC, for $429.99 + $5 shipping
Product: 1x HP a6330f 2.8Ghz Athlon Dual Core 5600+ 500GB HDD 3gb RAM SuperMulti Drive w/ LightScribe

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This is a pretty good deal. I personally don’t have too many complaints about HP products. (I have a few complaints, but I have some for every company)


#5

Just in time for Father’s Day. Very sneaky Sellout.Woot.


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i built myself a better PC than this for $300. bad deal, plus HP computer = craptacular


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I rather have a Quad. =P


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I feel bad for the guy who totally called the PC today… L O L Good call on the item though. I like the idea of 3GB of RAM and the 500GB harddrive. Very nice


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This computer gets really really good reviews on Amazon.
Amazon link


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I’m still happy with my refurb quad-core HP that was $649. But, this is a good deal. It’s $170 cheaper than buying direct from HP.


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This is a pretty good deal really. If you want more graffix, just slot in a good card. But $435 makes this a pretty decent item.


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What kind of complaints?


#13

Yeah, but what if I don’t want to give my Dad a pirated copy of windows?


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Got an HP with same mother board, 2 gigs of ram, 200 hd, no modem but all other specs the same for $200 on ubid a couple of weeks ago…Did cost me $31 shipping though…


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Exactly how?


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I suppose this is an integrated video card… Which means I would have to drop another $100+ to get a barebones gaming card… Hmmmmm… I can upgrade my old POS PC for less…


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Wow… bought a slightly better one about 2 years ago for about 2k… awesome deal… Except mine still works and my micro isn’t good enough for 2 computers yet :slight_smile:


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Hey just so darned curious what if any is the OS the operating system or is it Penquin ready?


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For $50, you can buy a 512MB 8500GT from Newegg. That’s certainly a barebones gaming card.


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I think all of these can be easily modified to be ‘penguin’ ready.