- Feb 15, 2017
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I got a similar deal on ebay a while back but with 8gb ram.. I'm more than happy with mine.. i finally installed a crucial mx500 250gb ssd yesterday too. Boots in seconds compared to minsNot bad. You can get i7-4790 systems for a similar price, and they should perform better, but they are also older, not likely to come with as much RAM or disk space.
That's a great deal!HP ProDesk 600 G2 SFF Core i5-6500 3.2GHz 16GB DDR4 RAM 1TB HDD WIN 10 PRO | eBay
Good deal In my opinion for anyone looking for a bi machine
Link?Just to give an idea of how cheap I'm seeing thing in the area:
HP Workstation 8300 i7 3.4ghz proc. 4GB ram, 128 GB SSD, comes with a DVD burner No monitor, keyboard or mouse.
Fwiw, I'm using similar for a media server and its fine. Personally for this one I'd bump it to 8gb ram but I think for under $100 you could have a decent BI system.
I had asked about it and considered it. Asked the guy to tell me what proc it is and he just said the ghz speed. By that point I had slowed down and decided I didn't NEED it so I didn't ask more. Not bad as the guy said there was only 1 dimm installed so to bump up the ram, you wouldnt have to remove any.No Intel Quick sync in third generation. I would spend a bit more for at least fourth generation.
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I could be wrong then. I thought BI support for quicksync started with 4th gen, but I'm wrong about lots of things.Quick Sync started with 2nd gen, where it is limited to 1920x1080 max res. 3rd gen has better Quick Sync decoding with no resolution limit that I know of.