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Refurbished HP Pavilion P6320/P6551 Core i5 650 - £363.39 @ eBay Currys/PC World Outlet
Refurbished HP Pavilion P6320/P6551  Core i5 650 - £363.39 @ eBay Currys/PC World Outlet

Refurbished HP Pavilion P6320/P6551 Core i5 650 - £363.39 @ eBay Currys/PC World Outlet

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If you want to consider a refurbished PC, I think the price is not bad. It's a;so got dedicated ATI Radeon HD 5450 with 1GB graphic memory.

Key FeaturesIntel Core i5 650 Processor
Genuine Windows (R) 7
6GB DDR3 memory
1TB Hard drive capacity
ATI Radeon HD 5450 Graphics card
DVD-Rewriter Optical drive
8 USB ports
Wireless connectivity
This Item is missing its original Packaging.

SpecificationsPC operating system: Genuine Windows (R) 7 Home Premium
Processor Brand: Intel
Processor Model: Core i5
Processor Number: 650
Motherboard Chipset: Intel H57 PCH
RAM Memory Size: 6GB
RAM Memory Type: DDR3
First Hard Drive Capacity: 1TB
Hard Drive Spin Speed: 7200rpm
First Hard Drive Interface: SATA
Optical Drive Type: DVD-Rewriter
Graphics Card Brand: ATI
Graphics Card Model: Radeon HD 5450
Graphics Card Memory and Type: 1GB
Graphics Card Outputs: DVI port, VGA port, HDMI port
DC No of PCI-E Slots: 4
DC Media Card Reader: Yes
Remote Control: No
Integrated Speakers: Yes
Number of USB Ports: 8
Built-in WiFi and Type: Yes - 802.11b/g/n
Network LAN and Type: Yes - 10/100/1000 Ethernet
Bluetooth: No
Keyboard and Type: Yes - Wireless
Mouse and Type: Yes - Wireless
Touch screen enabled: No
Multitouch: No
Additional included software: MS Works & Office trial, HP MediaSmart Suite
PC Weight: 9.6 kg
PC Height: 387 mm
PC Width: 175 mm
PC Depth: 414 mm
This Item is missing its original Packaging.

This item does not come with a monitor
Actual formatted capacity is less and may vary depending on preloaded materials & operating environment
Please note: Battery life depends on usage. We quote maximum battery life as stated by the manufacturer. Some Laptops may achieve substantially less whilst running demanding applications

27 Comments

not a bad at all but I don't understand why they only give 3 months warranty on their refurbs when other companies like Argos give 12 months

Original Poster

I have bought a couple of refurbished from them and have no problems though 3 months warranty is a bit worrying. There are a few decent desktops there. I just bought an i3 Acer X3900 with ATI graphic at £191.
Edited by: "mwaeco" 9th May 2011

looks like an OK spec for the money - was tempted to build myself a new one but at this price i may just be tempted.

great spec for that price, but i still would not pay this sort of money for a pc with only a 3 month warranty, dell outlet and most other refurbs give 12 months, really do not understand why they only give 3.

toonarmani

not a bad at all but I don't understand why they only give 3 months … not a bad at all but I don't understand why they only give 3 months warranty on their refurbs when other companies like Argos give 12 months




Because Argos's PC should work for at least 12 months .It also leave you much less time to identify hidden problems this computer may suffer and won't let you to send the pc to service too many times before the warranty expire, thus there would be no need to refund the money you paid .

This seems ok,new and 12 months warranty.
http://****.co.uk/HP-…991

Great price, warrenty isnt really needed imo, if you dont have a problem in 3 months your not likely to have one until a few years down the line

dfarrall

Great price, warrenty isnt really needed imo, if you dont have a problem … Great price, warrenty isnt really needed imo, if you dont have a problem in 3 months your not likely to have one until a few years down the line



Nonsense comment

Anything can wrong at any time, over a year your fan could gradually stop spinning less causing the CPU and other things to burn out, your power supply or mobo could just as easily pack in at any time.

Integrated speakers?

why are the prices different in the product description?

i.e in this case HP Pavilion P6320/P6551 Desktop PC £ 454.24 in the product description

is that the products price when brand new? and therefore you save ~£90 buying this refurb?
Edited by: "numptyj" 10th May 2011

good deal better than the one i posted few days back hotukdeals.com/dea…766
Edited by: "ryu2406" 10th May 2011

Banned

Good deal, Graphics card can handle full HD no problem. As for gaming its a no no if its anything modern.

Banned

Oh and its the dual core i5, not the quad core.

damn i thought its also a quad core thanks for the info xela333
Edited by: "ryu2406" 10th May 2011

toonarmani

not a bad at all but I don't understand why they only give 3 months … not a bad at all but I don't understand why they only give 3 months warranty on their refurbs



3 months is a complete joke. I'd buy lots more from them if they did the usual 12 months.

Used the i3 version of this, very good system, for this price its a great buy.

camcorderkid

3 months is a complete joke. I'd buy lots more from them if they did the … 3 months is a complete joke. I'd buy lots more from them if they did the usual 12 months.



Wouldn't be a bad if it wasn't a HP. I bought a refurb, and ended up having to refurb it myself because of HP's crappy CS and dumb warranty policies. Only RAM, CPU and Casing are original new after replacing everything else, and bought tower under a year ago. Can never recommend HP again. If you can build your own, you're much better off doing so!

Dealt with HP service only once, they were just perfect comparing to those cowboys from Currys service

ShaunnyBwoy

Wouldn't be a bad if it wasn't a HP. I bought a refurb, and ended up … Wouldn't be a bad if it wasn't a HP. I bought a refurb, and ended up having to refurb it myself because of HP's crappy CS and dumb warranty policies. Only RAM, CPU and Casing are original new after replacing everything else, and bought tower under a year ago. Can never recommend HP again. If you can build your own, you're much better off doing so!


To be honest, these machines haven't been out that long, so I'd imagine they will still be under manufacturers warranty so ignore the 3-month crap that DSG are quoting. Putting the serial into the HP website will confirm how much it has left.

Not necessarily, the cpu was launched in the 1st quarter of 2010, now we have almost middle of the 2011, not all hp come with 3 years warranty ...secondly, if techguys replaced some components (e.g mobo with different serial, which would occured as it's refurb ) why hp should be responsible for the repair ?


J400uk

To be honest, these machines haven't been out that long, so I'd imagine … To be honest, these machines haven't been out that long, so I'd imagine they will still be under manufacturers warranty so ignore the 3-month crap that DSG are quoting. Putting the serial into the HP website will confirm how much it has left.


Awwww man....so tempted by this. Only a couple left.

7777777

Not necessarily, the cpu was launched in the 1st quarter of 2010, now we … Not necessarily, the cpu was launched in the 1st quarter of 2010, now we have almost middle of the 2011, not all hp come with 3 years warranty ...secondly, if techguys replaced some components (e.g mobo with different serial, which would occured as it's refurb ) why hp should be responsible for the repair ?



I'm fairly sure it was mid-2010 this model was launched. Worth putting the serial through the HP website anyway if anyone does choose to buy one.

It is unlikely "the tech-guys" will have done anything to them, it will just be ex-demo/ customer returns or blemished packaging.

Nope. 1st quarter 2010 - ark.intel.com/Pro…546

No offence please but you certainly do not now what you are talking about,do not be naive. You may get customers returns, items with blemished packaging from Argos but it's very unlikely to get something like this from Techguys...

J400uk

I'm fairly sure it was mid-2010 this model was launched. Worth putting … I'm fairly sure it was mid-2010 this model was launched. Worth putting the serial through the HP website anyway if anyone does choose to buy one. It is unlikely "the tech-guys" will have done anything to them, it will just be ex-demo/ customer returns or blemished packaging.



Edited by: "7777777" 11th May 2011

7777777

Nope. 1st quarter 2010 - http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=43546



NO! I'm talking about the specific PC model, just because the processor came out Q1 '10 that doesn't mean HP immediately started shipping this particular model, it came out mid-2010.

7777777

No offence please but you certainly do not now what you are talking … No offence please but you certainly do not now what you are talking about,do not be naive. You may get customers returns, items with blemished packaging from Argos but it's very unlikely to get something like this from Techguys...



Actually I do know what I'm talking about. I don't get why people are so scared about buying refurbished PCs, as I've yet to have any problems.

Original Poster

Now all gone.

J400uk

NO! I'm talking about the specific PC model, just because the processor … NO! I'm talking about the specific PC model, just because the processor came out Q1 '10 that doesn't mean HP immediately started shipping this particular model, it came out mid-2010.Actually I do know what I'm talking about. I don't get why people are so scared about buying refurbished PCs, as I've yet to have any problems.



I do not want to argue, you may be right or you may not, bear in mind the large manufacturers like HP always get new products before the official launch so the systems are ready from the very early days for all the early adopters.

I have just gone through too much with DSG, I have nothing against Dell's refurbs ,they are almost as good as new and always well checked, but Techguys' expertise and quality of work is at least disputable.I got utter rubbish from them many times

Remarkable deal unfortunately it means using Microsoft Windows. Sigh.
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