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Lenovo M91P SFF Computer i5 Win 10 *Refurbished* £49.50 delivered using code @ITZOO
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Lenovo M91P SFF Computer i5 Win 10 *Refurbished* £49.50 delivered using code @ITZOO

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  • 3388298.jpg Grade: Grade: A- Grade Refurbished Desktop Scratches to Case
  • 3388298.jpg Brand & Model: Lenovo ThinkCentre M91P
  • 3388298.jpg Processor: Intel i5-2400 3.10GHZ
  • 3388298.jpg Screen: N/A
  • 3388298.jpg Memory: 4GB DDR3
  • 3388298.jpg Storage: 500GB Sata
  • 3388298.jpg Optical Drive: DVD-RW
  • 3388298.jpg Graphics: INTEL HD 2000
  • 3388298.jpg Input Device: None
  • 3388298.jpg Operating System: Windows 10 Home Premium 64 Bit & Libre Office
  • 3388298.jpg Wireless: No
  • 3388298.jpg Bluetooth: No
  • 3388298.jpg Ports: 8 X USB 2.0, RJ-45 Network Port, VGA port, Display Ports, VGA Port, 3.5mm headphone jack, Serial Port,
  • 3388298.jpg Warranty: 12 Months
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FlexR14/01/2020 14:49

Is that a better option? Mostly will use for watching twitch and YouTube …Is that a better option? Mostly will use for watching twitch and YouTube and general tasks.


Either would be fine really, though the HP machine is probably worth it for an extra £13. You get an Ivy Bridge chip with lower power consumption and notably better integrated graphics plus an extra 4GB RAM. In fact, typing it out, you'd be mad not to pay the extra £13.
FlexR14/01/2020 15:03

My main dual 2080Tis won’t fit in this


Is that the PC equivalent of the bumper sticker that says "My other car is a Porsche"?
I have the Lenovo. I put an SD drive in it and a low profile GTX 1050 Ti and it flies!
The computer sits in my arcade cabinet running mostly retro games.
But, I get 200fps on Rocket League with pretty much all settings maxed out, 60fps on SFV both running on a 1080p monitor.
The HP Elite 8300 is a good deal too.
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The HP Elite 8300 is a good deal too.
rev614/01/2020 14:34

The HP Elite 8300 is a good deal too.


Is that a better option? Mostly will use for watching twitch and YouTube and general tasks.
FlexR14/01/2020 14:49

Is that a better option? Mostly will use for watching twitch and YouTube …Is that a better option? Mostly will use for watching twitch and YouTube and general tasks.


Both are fine for general tasks.
FlexR14/01/2020 14:49

Is that a better option? Mostly will use for watching twitch and YouTube …Is that a better option? Mostly will use for watching twitch and YouTube and general tasks.


Either would be fine really, though the HP machine is probably worth it for an extra £13. You get an Ivy Bridge chip with lower power consumption and notably better integrated graphics plus an extra 4GB RAM. In fact, typing it out, you'd be mad not to pay the extra £13.
Lenovo ThinkCentre's were the most unreliable machines we had a work a few years ago. How many MOBOs needed changing was beyond a joke. Still its only 50 quid with a 12 month warrenty so these might be the good ones.
RiverDragon814/01/2020 14:56

Both are fine for general tasks.


I’m feeling the 8300 is slightly better once I put my SSD inside I do occasionally code and stuff but that’s normally on my main gaming rig this will just be a side loaded machine for testing. My main machine can run it fine but don’t always wanna take it apart as it’s built inside the desk and was an ass to keep leak testing so a second rig for portable use will be better (against laptops lol).

What’s be the best card to make this support dual monitors? My main dual 2080Tis won’t fit in this
Edited by: "FlexR" 14th Jan
Can anyone help please. Would this work with fortnite. Thanks
I have the Lenovo. I put an SD drive in it and a low profile GTX 1050 Ti and it flies!
The computer sits in my arcade cabinet running mostly retro games.
But, I get 200fps on Rocket League with pretty much all settings maxed out, 60fps on SFV both running on a 1080p monitor.
bignige14/01/2020 15:18

I have the Lenovo. I put an SD drive in it and a low profile GTX 1050 Ti …I have the Lenovo. I put an SD drive in it and a low profile GTX 1050 Ti and it flies!The computer sits in my arcade cabinet running mostly retro games. But, I get 200fps on Rocket League with pretty much all settings maxed out, 60fps on SFV both running on a 1080p monitor.


What’s the psu rated at?
FlexR14/01/2020 15:03

My main dual 2080Tis won’t fit in this


Is that the PC equivalent of the bumper sticker that says "My other car is a Porsche"?
Road_Eagle14/01/2020 15:12

Can anyone help please. Would this work with fortnite. Thanks



It's no good at modern gaming. Stick to Fortnite on consoles if you have a tight budget like this.

You get what you pay for with PC. There is no way around this.

If you are serious about buying a PC that can run the game at a good level then I would recommend pre built machines that are offered on here starting at about £400.

You might find something used and older on Facebook but it's a bit of a minefield and you need to know what you are looking for
Been looking for some cheap HW to run pfsense on and tempted by deals like these. But the lack of a second eth port (which is a specialised request I admit) is enough to just about make them a false economy. And that's before considering the large size/power.

Any suggestions?
Great for £50 but with traditional hard drives they'll be pretty slow. May be worth spending £15 on a SSD and cloning HDD -> SSD. (and using original HDD for data)
Edited by: "Musicrab" 14th Jan
Musicrab14/01/2020 15:51

Great for £50 but with traditional hard drives they'll be pretty slow. …Great for £50 but with traditional hard drives they'll be pretty slow. May be worth spending £15 on a SSD and cloning HDD -> SSD. (and using original HDD for data)


Surely it says it comes with a 480gb SSD
rev614/01/2020 14:34

The HP Elite 8300 is a good deal too.


What’s the link please?
walker03814/01/2020 16:04

Surely it says it comes with a 480gb SSD


I think the web site is badly (deliberately?) laid out, but "Brand New 480GB SSD" is a £45 upgrade
spammy14/01/2020 15:51

Been looking for some cheap HW to run pfsense on and tempted by deals like …Been looking for some cheap HW to run pfsense on and tempted by deals like these. But the lack of a second eth port (which is a specialised request I admit) is enough to just about make them a false economy. And that's before considering the large size/power.Any suggestions?



Not that I could get my head around this. But I think it's possible to have two vlans on the one ethernet card, plus managed vlan switch. You'd split the throughput. I would have given that a go, given an old mini-pc that I have had I realised this earlier. (But these would take a second network card surely. ) Perhaps look out for a micropc. You have to beat something like an Edgerouter X for £50.
Edited by: "BucketMan" 14th Jan
Gormond14/01/2020 15:45

Is that the PC equivalent of the bumper sticker that says "My other car is …Is that the PC equivalent of the bumper sticker that says "My other car is a Porsche"?


if my other car was a Porsche I’d sell it can’t drive I won a pc from pcspecialist from marzbar and upgraded it but it’s inside a ikea desk
Bought the i3 HP deal from these guys just before Christmas. Arrived quickly, great condition too. Found it had 8gb RAM as opposed to the 4gb listed. I’ve chucked a 240gb SSD in it and it flies. Great for web, email and office functions.
Unfortunately, the HP Elite 8300 is out of stock
vulcanproject14/01/2020 15:45

It's no good at modern gaming. Stick to Fortnite on consoles if you have a …It's no good at modern gaming. Stick to Fortnite on consoles if you have a tight budget like this.You get what you pay for with PC. There is no way around this.If you are serious about buying a PC that can run the game at a good level then I would recommend pre built machines that are offered on here starting at about £400.You might find something used and older on Facebook but it's a bit of a minefield and you need to know what you are looking for


Many thanks, I bought a couple of all in one pc for the kids a little while ago but you can't play fortnite on them, It was i5 but I didn't realise the graphics card wasn't going to be good enough. So was looking for a cheap solution as you said may have to go down the console route
How would this handle something like Footy Manager?
Would this be any good for a retro arcade cabinet running Mame and the occasional Naomi games?
FlexR14/01/2020 14:49

Is that a better option? Mostly will use for watching twitch and YouTube …Is that a better option? Mostly will use for watching twitch and YouTube and general tasks.


A bit of a late reply but yes both are fine for general tasks but I think both would really benefit from an SSD upgrade. 8GB on the other would definitely help, though it's cheap to upgrade later.
Ordered 8 gb version for 58.50
rev614/01/2020 19:16

A bit of a late reply but yes both are fine for general tasks but I think …A bit of a late reply but yes both are fine for general tasks but I think both would really benefit from an SSD upgrade. 8GB on the other would definitely help, though it's cheap to upgrade later.


Yeah we’ve a spare SSD in the pc not used or even plugged in it’s 500gb I think but we ideally want dual monitors just trying to find a budget card that will go inside this and be decent enough without breaking the bank
bignige14/01/2020 15:18

I have the Lenovo. I put an SD drive in it and a low profile GTX 1050 Ti …I have the Lenovo. I put an SD drive in it and a low profile GTX 1050 Ti and it flies!The computer sits in my arcade cabinet running mostly retro games. But, I get 200fps on Rocket League with pretty much all settings maxed out, 60fps on SFV both running on a 1080p monitor.


Isn't that card worth more than the machine? £80-£130? I'm after a card for this but dual display ideally cheaper than the PC base itself ha
anony_mous14/01/2020 15:37

What’s the psu rated at?


I've done a lot of testing with SFF pc's such as Dell and HP however not this model. The lowest rated reliable power supply I've found running a Gigabyte GTX 1050TI LP was a 240w 80+ Bronze. This was stress tested for 100's of hours without problems. The CPU's in my tests were all I5 4th Gen. Some say you can get away with 180w supplies but I wouldn't recommended his.
Edited by: "modelman" 14th Jan
Worth noting if they come back in again
stueyg8714/01/2020 18:29

How would this handle something like Footy Manager?


Wouldn't be too bad asking as you don't add too many leagues.
danko7714/01/2020 18:39

Would this be any good for a retro arcade cabinet running Mame and the …Would this be any good for a retro arcade cabinet running Mame and the occasional Naomi games?


Get a raspberry pi... Why do you need an i3 or i5
BucketMan14/01/2020 16:23

Not that I could get my head around this. But I think it's possible to …Not that I could get my head around this. But I think it's possible to have two vlans on the one ethernet card, plus managed vlan switch. You'd split the throughput. I would have given that a go, given an old mini-pc that I have had I realised this earlier. (But these would take a second network card surely. ) Perhaps look out for a micropc. You have to beat something like an Edgerouter X for £50.


Good shout and definitely possible (some even run a firewall in a VM!), but I'd rather not have any of the internal network equipment on the outside of the protected network.

Some kind of eth adaptor would surely also work, but after factoring in that price you're not far off from a qotom or something.

I looked at an edgerouter previously, while it was much more expensive. I'd prefer rolling my own open source solution, but the price is nice. I'll have another look, so thanks!
spammy14/01/2020 15:51

Been looking for some cheap HW to run pfsense on and tempted by deals like …Been looking for some cheap HW to run pfsense on and tempted by deals like these. But the lack of a second eth port (which is a specialised request I admit) is enough to just about make them a false economy. And that's before considering the large size/power.Any suggestions?



These have the option for a PCI card i think; i've one for my pfsense box.
Road_Eagle14/01/2020 18:13

Many thanks, I bought a couple of all in one pc for the kids a little …Many thanks, I bought a couple of all in one pc for the kids a little while ago but you can't play fortnite on them, It was i5 but I didn't realise the graphics card wasn't going to be good enough. So was looking for a cheap solution as you said may have to go down the console route


The all digital Xbox One S has been cheap lately. I got one on Black Friday for £90. They’ve been around the £120 mark.

You can play Fortnite on it along with plenty of other games.
Bit of a novice here. Would this be good for video editing?
FlexR14/01/2020 19:55

Isn't that card worth more than the machine? £80-£130? I'm after a card f …Isn't that card worth more than the machine? £80-£130? I'm after a card for this but dual display ideally cheaper than the PC base itself ha


the card is worth close to nothing, just cost that much because of low profile and no alternative really. This is not a good base for any kind of gaming oc but for an office work, browsing , YouTube will be absolutely fine
vulcanproject14/01/2020 15:45

It's no good at modern gaming. Stick to Fortnite on consoles if you have a …It's no good at modern gaming. Stick to Fortnite on consoles if you have a tight budget like this.You get what you pay for with PC. There is no way around this.If you are serious about buying a PC that can run the game at a good level then I would recommend pre built machines that are offered on here starting at about £400.You might find something used and older on Facebook but it's a bit of a minefield and you need to know what you are looking for


Stick a low rise 1050 and it will easily play fornite

it does need the graphics card though, without it no chance.
FlexR14/01/2020 15:03

I’m feeling the 8300 is slightly better once I put my SSD inside I do o …I’m feeling the 8300 is slightly better once I put my SSD inside I do occasionally code and stuff but that’s normally on my main gaming rig this will just be a side loaded machine for testing. My main machine can run it fine but don’t always wanna take it apart as it’s built inside the desk and was an ass to keep leak testing so a second rig for portable use will be better (against laptops lol).What’s be the best card to make this support dual monitors? My main dual 2080Tis won’t fit in this


You’ll be able to use the built in VGA and display port if you want to use dual screens with the 8300. We’ve had about 200 of them at work and they work fine like that.
paulie_vtr15/01/2020 00:27

You’ll be able to use the built in VGA and display port if you want to use …You’ll be able to use the built in VGA and display port if you want to use dual screens with the 8300. We’ve had about 200 of them at work and they work fine like that.


oh sweet I assume you can get display port to VGA? ITZOO said this machine isn’t worth dual monitors cause it won’t power them healthy even though it’s like chrome on one for gmail, fb etc and twitch stream on other not gaming or video rendering or anything like that on it lol
FlexR15/01/2020 00:33

oh sweet I assume you can get display port to VGA? ITZOO said this machine …oh sweet I assume you can get display port to VGA? ITZOO said this machine isn’t worth dual monitors cause it won’t power them healthy even though it’s like chrome on one for gmail, fb etc and twitch stream on other not gaming or video rendering or anything like that on it lol


Yes, you can get an adapter:


amazon.co.uk/Dis…WU=


Or a cable:


amazon.co.uk/Dis…nVl

You can probably get them cheaper than that but there are a couple of examples.

They work fine dual screen with the onboard graphics for general day to day stuff.
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