HP Pavilion Desktop Tower, Intel Core i7-7700 , 16GB Memory, 2TB Hard Drive, Windows 10 home, 570-p033w

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HP Pavilion Desktop Tower, Intel Core i7-7700 , 16GB Memory, 2TB Hard Drive, Windows 10 home, 570-p033w

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Transform your workspace with the HP Pavilion desktop tower eye-catching design. Powerful performance with the 7th generation Intel Core i7-7700 processor processor easily keeps up with all your multitasking demands and enables new ways to interact with your PC. This desktop tower comes with 16 GB of SDRAM Memory, and 2TB 7200RPM SATA hard drive for resposive performance and plenty of storage space.

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HP Pavilion 570-p033w Desktop Tower
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Beautiful addition to any desktop

I was in the market to replace my 4 year old home built desktop tower that was starting to have issues. Then I found the HP Pavilion 570-p033w Desktop Tower. Wow, what an upgrade! I like its’ design, the small desktop tower footprint and overall appearance of this desktop. Was trying to stay away from the compact desktops where you can hardly work on them due to everything crammed into a small space. What nerd does not take the cover off and examine the motherboard! It has 2 DIMM slots – both taken with a stick of Samsung 8 GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM (2 x 8 GB) memory. It has an empty PCI Express slot (x16 if the black color is the standard for the 16). The hard drive is a 3.5" Toshiba DT01ACA200 which rates among the top 2TB hard drives. It consumes just 6.4 Watts of the 180 Watt AC power supply when loaded and 5.2 Watts when idle and spins at 7200 RPM. There was space to mount a 2.5” drive as well as an extra power connector, but no spare SATA ports on the motherboard. You could take the one that the DVD drive is using if you don’t anticipate using that. It does have an M.2 or M.2 PCIe expansion slot that appears to have the wireless module attached to it. The real surprise under the hood is the processor – an Intel® Core™ i7-7700 (3.6 GHz base frequency, up to 4.2 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, 8 MB cache, 4 cores). The turbo boost basically speeds up the cores under certain conditions. Finishing up on the inside, it has 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (1x1) and Bluetooth® 4.2 M.2 combo. All of this cooled by a 90mm processor fan and a 90mm rear mounted case fan. On the outside, it has a total of the following ports: 2 USB 2.0; 3 USB 3.0; 1 USB 3.0 Type-C™; 1 audio in; 1 audio out; 1 microphone in; 1 headphone/microphone combo; 1 RJ-45. On the front from top to bottom is the headphone/microphone combo, 3 in 1 card reader, USB 3.0 Type-C and a USB 3.0 On the back, it has audio in/out, a 10/100/1000 Base-T connector, USB 2.0 x 2 ports, USB 3.0 x 2 ports, HDMI x1 and VGA x1 ports. PROs: 2TB hard drive and Intel Core i7 processor running at 3.6 GHz with 16GB of RAM memory. CONs: Mouse and keyboard that come with it are not exactly top of the line. Only 1 USB regular (3.0) port on the front and it is near the bottom of the case. Technically, there is a USB 3.0 Type-C on the front as well, but I have nothing that uses that type of connector yet. But in all fairness, there are 4 more USB ports in the back. The DVD drive is mounted vertically and the carriage feels like it could break easily.
Pic of motherboardPorts on rear of tower

Great desktop for average Joe

This is a very fast desktop. I am happy with the purchase. The only thing I added was an SSD for a boot drive, and changed the 2TB drive to storage. With these changes, it boots in 11 seconds, and runs so much smoother. I wish the USB ports were towards the top on the front. Instead, they put them on the bottom, so if you want to place the unit on the floor, it sucks to have to bend down to insert flash drives, ETC. The unit only has 2 SATA connectors, so in order to add the SSD for a boot drive, I had to unplug the DVD drive. No biggie, as I have an external DVD drive I can use, but it would have been nice to have another SATA connector. As a side note, this unit supports the new smaller SSD drives called M2. It has a blank space on motherboard for it. The power supply is just big enough for a GT 1030 graphics card, but nothing more. With that card, this system can pretty much do anything. 4K playback, even with the built in graphics is flawless, and I am able to launch and run 20 tabs in chrome with ease. The system is quiet, only increasing fan speed under heavy load.

I have the POWER!!!

The good thing about getting a new computer is getting a new computer; the bad things about getting a new computer include having to untangle that nest of cables connecting your old computer to everything, having to transfer files from the old to the new—especially since you’re receiving the new one in the mail and so, can’t get a store tech to do that—along with having to reinstall all the programs and a bunch of other little things. So, to upgrade from your old desktop which was just fine and dandy to something new better be worth it…and this superpowered monster is worth it. With 16GB of operating memory, I’m able to run photo or video editing software and watch a how-to video at the same time without any slowdown. I was able to setup a two-monitor system without hardship. Plug one into the VGA port, the other into HDMI port and away we go! My old desktop had only 6GB—remember when that was a lot? —and I was now running into problems with lag because too many programs were requiring too much operating memory. With an Intel Core i7-7700 processor with 16GB and a processing speed of 3.6 GHz, this computer is both super-fast and efficient. Having a 2TB solid-state hard drive means there’s a near limitless amount of storage space. The few drawbacks to this unit is that there is only 1 USB port in front—there’s 4 more ports in the back. The supplied keyboard and mouse are corded, which if you are going to use will need to be plugged in from the backside. At this level, it’s obvious HP expects their users to be using wireless keyboards and mouse, which explains the only one frontside USB port. So, then why provide non-wireless keyboard and mouse with the unit? For most, this is a non-issue as we’ll already own wireless components. It just seems as if the entry-level accessories don’t matchup to the top-level computer Nevertheless, this is a supercharged unit that should handle anything and everything for years to come. I expect to get 5 years of life from it, and would recommend it to anyone looking to get a system that’s good for today and the next few tomorrows.

great buy.

this is fast and easy to use, the keyboard and mouse were kind of cheap but I already had better. I installed nvidia 1050 gtx low profile card from gigybyte , it just barely fits https://www.walmart.com/ip/GIGABYTE-NVIDIA-GeForce-GTX-1050-OC-2GB-GDDR5-DVI-2HDMI-DisplayPort-Low-Profile-PCI-Express-Video-Card/488231064 . dont forget to get speakers and a microphone, or a web cam.

No problems or issues- none.

I really can't find any negatives. It's fast, flexible, and hook up was simple. The set up/start up was easy, it took about 1/2 hour to 45 minutes and I was immediately able to do a teleconference for work without any difficulties or surprises. No issues since. Works great, fastest I have owned to date. I don't think I could have bought a better machine without spending a lot more money. I had been avoiding HP for a long time, this might change my mind.

I love my new PC!

Better than expected. Windows 10 is an awsome system. The computer is very fast and has 2T of storage. If you need a new desktop don't settle for less! Judy
Easy initial start up. Minimum initial updates. Works great and simply right from the start.

FAST EASY AND COMPACT

Multi task very easily with this.

A good stuff

Generally good. The program runs smoothly, but not as smoothly as I would expect.

Frozen

The second day of owning this computer tower it froze. On the 4th day it froze several times. The keyboard is flimsy. I took it back to WalMart. They weren't happy and neither was I. I do not recommend this computer.
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