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Lenovo Thinkcentre M92p Tiny i5 2.9Ghz 8GB 250GB SSD Windows 10 - £129.99 @ ITZOO
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Lenovo Thinkcentre M92p Tiny i5 2.9Ghz 8GB 250GB SSD Windows 10 - £129.99 @ ITZOO

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Posted 20th Jun

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Pretty good price for the form factor and internals especially the 8gb ram and 250 SSD - which should be perfect for something like a PLEX media server

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Grade: A- Grade Refurbished Computer - Minor Scuffs To Case

Brand & Model: Lenovo Thinkcentre M92P

USFF Processor: Intel Core i5 3rd Gen 3470T

2.9GHz Screen: NA Memory: 8GB

DDR3 Storage: 250GB SSD

Graphics: Intel HD Operating System:

Windows 10 Home 64 Bit 

Wireless: No
Bluetooth: No     Webcam: No 

Input Device: NA 

Ports: 5 x USB 3.0 (1 For Fast Charge Front), 1 x VGA Port,  Ethernet Port, 1 x DisplayPort, 1 x Headphone, 1 x Microphone, 
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As an office machine, or even a Hackintosh, this spec will be ok - I'm struggling to find these for sub £150 so this is a great deal. Note, this is a T SKU so won't be focused on power, more power-saving.
mugen621/06/2020 00:46

How is this 620 degrees. They regularly sell for £100.Can't do 4k, which …How is this 620 degrees. They regularly sell for £100.Can't do 4k, which most people have these days and you can get something cheaper with new graphics that can handle 4k.No HDMI port.Again, how is this 620 degrees? I swear some deals in this site are voted up by shills or by sheep.


On which planet do “most” people have 4K??
Alexander_Kit20/06/2020 19:54

Can you install another graphics card onto this?


Lol... another? There's no graphics card inside at all. The gpu is in the cpu. A graphics card is probably bigger than the complete pc so no and anyway there's no slot for one.
Josh_millen20/06/2020 20:10

It's an alright price, an I5 3470 non T version can be had for £20 on Cex, …It's an alright price, an I5 3470 non T version can be had for £20 on Cex, cheap mobo is about £20, £20 for 8GB DDR3.. about £20 for a used 250gb SSD.


case? PSU? You have stated half a build
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It's an old processor but seems good otherwise. Maybe someone will post a CPU benchmark.

I wonder what resolution monitor it will drive?
I have Lenovo Tiny M720q, which is socket 1151 and ddr4 . This is socket 1155 which is even behind socket 1150 and ddr3 sodimm
It has a Intel® HD Graphics 2500 and Maximum Display Resolution it supports is 2560*1600.

As an office machine, or even a Hackintosh, this spec will be ok - I'm struggling to find these for sub £150 so this is a great deal. Note, this is a T SKU so won't be focused on power, more power-saving.
Can you install another graphics card onto this?
smiley_face20/06/2020 19:39

I have Lenovo Tiny M720q, which is socket 1151 and ddr4 . This is socket …I have Lenovo Tiny M720q, which is socket 1151 and ddr4 . This is socket 1155 which is even behind socket 1150 and ddr3 sodimm


I mean, they're near enough twice the price - the next "best" I can find is something with an Intel 4th Gen i5 for around the same price.
Bear in mind on places like ebay these still go for the price above with the base spec (4gb ram, 250/500gb hdd)
Alexander_Kit20/06/2020 19:54

Can you install another graphics card onto this?


Lol... another? There's no graphics card inside at all. The gpu is in the cpu. A graphics card is probably bigger than the complete pc so no and anyway there's no slot for one.
It's an alright price, an I5 3470 non T version can be had for £20 on Cex, cheap mobo is about £20, £20 for 8GB DDR3.. about £20 for a used 250gb SSD.
Edited by: "Josh_millen" 20th Jun
So no bluetooth, no wifi and no HDMI?
Josh_millen20/06/2020 20:10

It's an alright price, an I5 3470 non T version can be had for £20 on Cex, …It's an alright price, an I5 3470 non T version can be had for £20 on Cex, cheap mobo is about £20, £20 for 8GB DDR3.. about £20 for a used 250gb SSD.


Where are you finding USFF motherboards for £20?
M0nk3h20/06/2020 19:55

I mean, they're near enough twice the price - the next "best" I can find …I mean, they're near enough twice the price - the next "best" I can find is something with an Intel 4th Gen i5 for around the same price.


Intel nuc or gigabyte brix or MSI cubi with similar specs are much smaller and available at similar price . Ddr3 sodimms are very difficult to find above 8gb size. Also slower and more expensive than ddr4 sodimms so better to buy computer with ddr4 memory.
These are likely ex workplace machines, we have them at work running off the cloud. They are decent enough as an alternative to a laptop for home use. Things like office 365 will run like a dream. Ours have both Bluetooth and WiFi along side Hdmi port.
Edited by: "margamboy" 20th Jun
smiley_face20/06/2020 20:12

Intel nuc or gigabyte brix or MSI cubi with similar specs are much …Intel nuc or gigabyte brix or MSI cubi with similar specs are much smaller and available at similar price . Ddr3 sodimms are very difficult to find above 8gb size. Also slower and more expensive than ddr4 sodimms so better to buy computer with ddr4 memory.


If you can direct me to any of those at around this price, I'd love to see.
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mlekopan1620/06/2020 20:24

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No space/slot to install a video card. Expansion capabilities is just more memory or replacing the main drive
mlekopan1620/06/2020 20:24

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These are about the size of a mac mini, possibly a bit smaller there's usually space for 1 or 2 SODIMM memory modules and either an SSD or Laptop style HDD and that's it.
Josh_millen20/06/2020 20:10

It's an alright price, an I5 3470 non T version can be had for £20 on Cex, …It's an alright price, an I5 3470 non T version can be had for £20 on Cex, cheap mobo is about £20, £20 for 8GB DDR3.. about £20 for a used 250gb SSD.


I have a M93P TIny - runs hot with a T CPU - not sure a non T is going to be any use because of thermal throttling.
mlekopan1620/06/2020 20:24

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NO slot for any graphics card!. As someone already said, GPU is in the CPU
dragon261120/06/2020 20:33

These are about the size of a mac mini, possibly a bit smaller there's …These are about the size of a mac mini, possibly a bit smaller there's usually space for 1 or 2 SODIMM memory modules and either an SSD or Laptop style HDD and that's it.


Agree
mlekopan1620/06/2020 20:24

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No pci-e slot on the board, so you won't be able to put a graphics card in them. Too smaller form factor, for even a low profile one either.
M0nk3h20/06/2020 20:27

If you can direct me to any of those at around this price, I'd love to see.


Always available on eBay , cex ,gumtree, pawn shops and other sites which sell old or refurbished stuff . But don't compare prices of new computers with 10 year old refurbished like this .
fadsarmy20/06/2020 20:09

Lol... another? There's no graphics card inside at all. The gpu is in the …Lol... another? There's no graphics card inside at all. The gpu is in the cpu. A graphics card is probably bigger than the complete pc so no and anyway there's no slot for one.


There is an integrated one. So what I meant was is there a slot for "another" one.
Jameseh20/06/2020 20:13

Where are you finding USFF motherboards for £20?


I'd like to know this as well. I've been looking for a non proprietary socket 1155 motherboard on ebay for a while now, can't find any in the £20 region. You'll find loads that used to be in Dell's and HP's for that price. But the problem is, they'll only fit in those machines because as I alluded to earlier, they'll have proprietary connectors.
forcedv20/06/2020 20:12

So no bluetooth, no wifi and no HDMI?


It's got a DisplayPort Dual Mode port (DP++) so all you need is a simple passive adapter for HDMI.

Looking at reviews it appears wi-fi and bluetooth was optional, so it likely has a Mini PCI-E slot for an appropriate card.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 20th Jun
M0nk3h20/06/2020 19:52

As an office machine, or even a Hackintosh, this spec will be ok - I'm …As an office machine, or even a Hackintosh, this spec will be ok - I'm struggling to find these for sub £150 so this is a great deal. Note, this is a T SKU so won't be focused on power, more power-saving.


No Hackintosh possible with the unsupported HD2500, Apple's first foray into Intel's HD series began with the HD3000. You need to look at a Haswell with the HD4xxx as a minimum with these Lenovo Tinies.
forcedv20/06/2020 20:12

So no bluetooth, no wifi and no HDMI?


These Tiny Thinkcentres have VGA and DP out so just get a DP to HDMI cable or adapter, whatever works best for you. There is a mini-PCIe slot inside for a WiFi card and one hole in the back for a WiFi aerial. I dremelled a hole in an unused blanking plate at the back for a second WiFi aerial. Not too difficult to do. Bear in mind that Lenovo has a whitelist for WiFi cards so you need to check against the Thinkcentre model for which few cards are supported by the bios. If it isn't listed, it won't work and there is no hacking of the bios possible to override this as far as I know. Getting hold of the right WiFi card can be tricky at times.

If you want to go full retro, you can get a VESA mount cage, which will hold an optical drive. There are usually one or two for sale on eBay such as this one.

ebay.co.uk/itm…951
I use one of these for work, its ok apart from the fan being a bit noisey & the lack of wifi.
Manages all the mostly office 365 based things i use it for.
They are very reliable, otherwise big businesses wouldn't be buying hundreds of them.
Sold out unfortunately
Is this fanless? Minecraft Bedrock Dedicated Server with Remote Desktop =D
How is this 620 degrees. They regularly sell for £100.

Can't do 4k, which most people have these days and you can get something cheaper with new graphics that can handle 4k.

No HDMI port.

Again, how is this 620 degrees? I swear some deals in this site are voted up by shills or by sheep.
''sold out''
Forget Windows 10 on this constantly crashes due to chipset not being compatable, Windows 8.1 is the highest version of windows it'll run stable.
dheydl20/06/2020 21:34

No Hackintosh possible with the unsupported HD2500, Apple's first foray …No Hackintosh possible with the unsupported HD2500, Apple's first foray into Intel's HD series began with the HD3000. You need to look at a Haswell with the HD4xxx as a minimum with these Lenovo Tinies.


Actually yes, but nothing current. Worked fine in mountain lion

HD2500 is limited to only CI support, but there is no QE support.
I have a small (not tiny or tower) version of this (i5 3470 3.2hz) and runs perfectly. Avoid if you want to do high end gaming otherwise it will do office or YouTube and browsing easily. Lack of hdmi is not a problem I got an HDMI to display port cable for about the same price as an HDMI cable. Also easily updated to Windows 10 via the Windows website, it's never crashed or been unstable in that regard at all. :/ I'm sure you can find the small or tower for the same price which would definitely be preferable as you could add a low powered gpu like a gtx1650 or 1050 (or 750ti if you want to save some money).
Edited by: "JamesB83" 21st Jun
Got an i5-4570 model for £75 from an eBay auction last year. Even with 8GB and an SSD this is not a great price.

For anyone who has got one, a word of advice: avoid super cheap Displayport to HDMI cables. They use a converter chip which fizzles out pretty quickly on the cheap ones. Spend about £3-4 on a decent DP to HDMI adapter and then use a HDMI cable from there.
How many monitors can you hook up to this?
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GusBliss21/06/2020 01:59

How many monitors can you hook up to this?


Wouldnt you require a hdmi splitter?
mugen621/06/2020 00:46

How is this 620 degrees. They regularly sell for £100.Can't do 4k, which …How is this 620 degrees. They regularly sell for £100.Can't do 4k, which most people have these days and you can get something cheaper with new graphics that can handle 4k.No HDMI port.Again, how is this 620 degrees? I swear some deals in this site are voted up by shills or by sheep.


On which planet do “most” people have 4K??
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