Newegg - Refurb HP Elite 8300 USDT (Ultra Slim) Intel Core i5 3470S – 2.9GHz 4 GB RAM 320 GB Drive $150

Newegg Refurb Elite
Free S&H if you have Premier.OverviewThis HP Elite 8300 USDT (Ultra Slim) is a great choice for your home or business with an Intel Core i5 3470S – 2.9GHz processor. You will receive years of reliable usage for all you computing needs with enough power and flexibility. The Elite 8300 provides stability and solid performance in a mainstream Enterprise desktops.

Features
• Model – HP Elite 8300
• Chassis – Ultra Slim Desktop (USDT)
• CPU - Intel Core i5 3470S – 2.9GHz
• Memory – 4GB
• Hard Drive – 320GB
• Optical Drive - DVD RW Drive
• Video – Integrated Graphics
• Screen - Not Included
• Sound - Realtek ALC221 high definition audio
• Wired Network - RJ45 - Gigabit Ethernet Controller - 10/100/1000
• External Ports - (4) USB 3.0 ports, (6) USB 2.0 ports, PS/2 mouse and keyboard ports, RJ-45 network interface, headphone output and a microphone jack, 3.5mm audio in/out jacks, Display Port and VGA video.
• Operating System - Microsoft Windows 10 Professional 64-bit Installed and Ready to Use
• Condition - This item is lease return item & it has been 100% fully tested. This item could have cosmetic blemishes such as scratches and/or surface imperfections. Our refurbishing process revolves around the functionality of the computers. Items may show normal signs of cosmetic wear and tear. This does not affect the functionality of the computer.
• Pictures - Images are for Illustration purposes only and are not the specific system you will receive
• Keyboard - Not Included
• Mouse - Not Included
• Power Cable - AC Adapter / Power Supply – Included

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brusbrother : Sep 13, 17 @ 7:15 pm

6276 cpu benchmark pretty speedy
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canoeguy1 : Sep 13, 17 @ 8:38 pm

Decent price, except the HDD is far too small for a modern PC. Plan to spend another $50-$70 on a 1 TB-2TB HDD, bringing the cost to $210.
You'll also need the technical knowledge to physically add your drive to the system, and clone the old drive onto your new one. It's not difficult - as long as the motherboard has two SATA ports to work with. Even an ultraslim should have those ports, but who knows...

I would look around on eBay first. You should be able to find a PC with a decently sized HDD for the same price, and avoid all the hassle.
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