HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop (i5-10400F GTX 1650 8GB 256GB SSD TG01-1020 Black)

$699.99
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Amazon has HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop (i5-10400F GTX 1650 8GB 256GB SSD TG01-1020 Black) for $729.99. Shipping is free.

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Posted September 5, 2020 at 11:00 AM EDT
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By anonymous on 07/02/2021, 09:24 PM EDT
Would you rather pay $750? It’s a great deal! //@anonymous: Ageed, not sure why this is a deal

By anonymous on 07/02/2021, 08:53 PM EDT
Ageed, not sure why this is a deal

By anonymous on 12/30/2020, 08:47 PM EST
1650 GPU is pretty much at the lower end of a gaming gig. //@Anonymous: This is a mid level gig. Don't be too harsh.

If you bought an i7 two years ago, yes, it would still be more robust, however, your setup would likely have cost around $1k.

-ImNotARobot //@Anonymous: Hmm.. To me, kinda sounds like a gaming desktop for games that are older than 4 - 5 years at most, but I AM NOT THE AUTHORITY ON THIS.. Just a hunch. I used to build my own gaming boxes back before the cryptocurrency thing started. My current system was an ACER pre-built, and it's far more robust than this ad, and this was 2+ years ago.. Just sayin'..

By anonymous on 12/16/2020, 04:47 PM EST
This is a mid level gig. Don't be too harsh.

If you bought an i7 two years ago, yes, it would still be more robust, however, your setup would likely have cost around $1k.

-ImNotARobot //@Anonymous: Hmm.. To me, kinda sounds like a gaming desktop for games that are older than 4 - 5 years at most, but I AM NOT THE AUTHORITY ON THIS.. Just a hunch. I used to build my own gaming boxes back before the cryptocurrency thing started. My current system was an ACER pre-built, and it's far more robust than this ad, and this was 2+ years ago.. Just sayin'..

By anonymous on 09/24/2020, 10:18 AM EDT
Hmm.. To me, kinda sounds like a gaming desktop for games that are older than 4 - 5 years at most, but I AM NOT THE AUTHORITY ON THIS.. Just a hunch. I used to build my own gaming boxes back before the cryptocurrency thing started. My current system was an ACER pre-built, and it's far more robust than this ad, and this was 2+ years ago.. Just sayin'..

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