Summary: every thing works great, except occasionally, it says different programs are unresponsive and do you want to wait or exit this program, other than that it was shipped in a timely matter and on the whole works great
Summary: I had no problem with Newegg in the replacement of the unit. The second one came in about a week later. You get two empty slots for ddr2 ram upgrade, I made an image copy of the hdd an transfer it on a cheap ssd. The system is working great up to now.
Pros: Low cost (got it for 99$ on sale), easily upgradable. Sturdy construction. Silent and cool operation.
Cons: First one came with both keyboard and mouse from HP with very solid feel and a dvd player, only problem: it did not boot. Second one came in working order but with very lightweight and cheap feeling no-name keyboard and mouse but with a DVD-RW ...
Summary: Comes with a "Windows XP" sign prominently displayed under the media drive. Added: -cheap low profile video card to get digital display -2nd HDD, 80GB, really? I knew this going in, but. . . -wifi adapter -DVD-RW Comes with a 64bit OS, given the minimal specs, 32bit would have been more appropriate.
Pros: It works, for the price of the OS.
Cons: As mentioned in other recent reviews, these no longer come with discrete video cards nor OS discs. The case is scratched up. The inside was filthy. When cleaning with compressed air, there were dust balls flying all over. Came with two 512MB and one 1GB DDR2 sticks. What dual channel? HDD is loud...
Summary: This is an oldie but a goodie. Although a bit antiquated this old machine can be tuned up with an E7600 Intel Core 2 Duo 3.06GHz processor, 4Gb (4 x 1GB) of DDR2 non-ecc low density memory, a good SATA I hard drive, and a AMD HD-5670 Video card.