Lenovo Thinkcentre M92P Intel i5 Desktop

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Lenovo Thinkcentre M92P Intel i5 Desktop
Price: $299.99 - 339.99
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Condition: Refurbished


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There seems to be an RS-232 serial port in the back that is not listed in the specs. Is that the case? If not, what is it?

What generation processor?

Does this have Wi-Fi and is it expandable? Reviews I see for this model are for “Tiny”, which is not the same as this.

It says no wireless.

Per the vendor: Yes, it is a serial port.

Per the vendor: This is a 3rd generation processor.

Which power supply do these units come with? The 280 watt, or 450 watt?

Either way, they may be a good candidate for a 750 Ti or 1050 Ti drop in, or maybe even more, to get you a workable gaming rig.

From what I understand it looks like the M92P uses a non standard power supply with a proprietary motherboard (MB 14 pin instead of 24 pin). I hate when companies do this. Dell use to pull this crap a while back also. You can buy an adapter but there is no guarantee that the same rails on the replacement power supply will provide the same amperage through the adapter to the proprietary motherboard. I would not purchase this with the intentions of trying to customize this into a real gaming machine, a 750TI would probably be as far as I would go with the included power supply- that would give you some moderate gaming without stressing out the included PS too much.

Agree. I just bought a Dell refurb (same processor, memory, specs except smaller HD) for $50 less, and when I opened up the guts I noticed a slim, proprietary power supply. No room for a full sized one. All the rest of the design was very clever, however (flip out drives, etc.)

Per the vendor: 280 Watt

Buyer beware. I ordered a similar Lenovo “tower” last time it came up on Woot. I was sent a tiny PC. The model numbers of the tower and tiny PC are the same.

Sorry for the mix up! Did you report the problem to Customer Service?