Summary: I'd certainly buy from this seller again.
Pros: A lot of computer for the sale price I got ... Xeon processor with ECC memory. Nice and clean ... booted up with no problems ... everything seems to work fine. Case has plenty of room for expansion. Comes with a fairly nice mouse and keyboard ...8GB memory ... Max is 16GB (4 X 4GB). Shipping was ...
Cons: N/A at this time ... no reason to believe there will be.
Summary: Makes a great Windows gaming rig when fitted with a good discreet graphics card (just keep in mind the 150 watt limit). Would also make for a great Linux machine. Should run just about any popular Linux distro without much fuss (Redhat/Fedora, SUSE, Ubuntu/Mint, etc.)
Pros: I wanted a machine capable of running VMWARE ESXI, Linux distros, and casual Windows gaming. This machine delivers everything I was looking for. Mine came with two 4 GB sticks of PC3 10600 ECC unbuffered memory (CL9), a quad core (with hyperthreading) Sandy Bridge E3-1240 CPU (this is poor man's ...
Cons: Couple of minor scratches on the case. One of the (3) hard drive caddies was missing. Neither of these are a deal breaker.
Summary: This is a great entry gaming PC if you take the time to upgrade the video card, SSD, USB 3.0 pcie card, and power supply. I have purchased 2 of these for my kids with the above upgrades and they are great.
Pros: 3.3GHz CPU, 8GB ECC ram, Gigabit Ethernet, 2TB Hard drive. You couldn’t put this package together at this price.
Cons: As mentioned in some other reviews if you want to upgrade this pc you will hit your head against the wall a little. Maximum ram speed 1333MHz with this motherboard. Power supply is not a standard ATX size and the connector is a HP 20 pin that you will have to make an adapter for. If you decide yo...
Pros: Got it on shellshocker sale for $299. Great price for a nice Xeon and 8gb ecc ram with a server grade mobo and PSU. Haven't used or tested the HDD that came with it, but the graphics card it came with works fine, as does everything else.
Cons: The lower sata power cable only has 3 outputs for the lower 3 bays. That means that if you want to put a 2xSSD rack in one of the bays, you'll need a sata power splitter. I found one on [censored](that other ecommerce site) for about $6 though, so it's not a huge deal. Just something to be aware of.
Summary: I purchased an Intel 535 SSD (240GB) and put in a spare AMD R7 370 (2G) that I had lying around. I also did a quick upgrade to Windows 10 (Pro). This system so far has been pretty stable and relatively quick. I use it as a video capture rig for when I do youtube videos.
Pros: Xeon E3-1240 and 8GB of ECC ram! 2tb HDD, Very clean on the inside. As Configured GeekBench 32 Scores: Single Core 2637 Multi Core 10527 Windows 7 Professional (for refurbished PCs) key included on case. With an Easy upgrade to Windows 10 Pro
Cons: One single ram chip, will need to purchase another chip to have dual channel memory. The included NVS 300 is a little weak compared to days specs.
Pros: Have purchased 3 of these for customers over the past several months and am very impressed. With the exception of the video card, the components in these machines are top-notch. Cosmetically they are nearly perfect, and I don't see how you could possibly get more performance for the money. Very s...
Summary: I want to upgrade to Win 10 but not getting the little ICON telling me to do this. That worries me but will do more research.
Pros: Runs fine right out of the box. Windows only had to download 48 fixes. Last time I loaded windows 7 on a box it downloaded almost 200. Cool graphics adapter Y-cable to support 2 monitors. Not problems with loose HD as some stated. That was the first thing I checked. Fot the $299 I paid for it thi...
Cons: The video adapter is DVI on both ends of the cable no VGA so being the hoarder of PC stuff I had an adapter laying around.