I got a CRAZY deal on this USED PC!

JayzTwoCents
9 Mar 202424:42

Summary

TLDRIn this video, the creator shares their experience of purchasing a used HP Omen gaming PC from Facebook Marketplace for $400, a significant discount from its initial listing price. They discuss the importance of verifying the system's specifications, ensuring it's running, and removing bloatware. The PC, equipped with an AMD Ryzen 5 5600 G CPU and an RTX 3060 GPU, performs well in gaming benchmarks, proving to be an excellent deal. The video also touches on potential upgrades and the challenges of adding components due to the case's limited space and cooling options.

Takeaways

  • ๐Ÿ” The video is about finding and evaluating a used PC on Facebook Marketplace.
  • ๐Ÿ’ป The PC found is an HP Omen 30L gaming system with standard, off-the-shelf parts.
  • ๐Ÿ’ฐ The original asking price was $850, but it was negotiated down to $400.
  • ๐Ÿš€ The PC has an AMD Ryzen 5 5600G CPU and an RTX 3060 GPU.
  • ๐Ÿ’ก The PC came with 16GB of HyperX DDR4 RAM in dual-channel configuration.
  • ๐Ÿ› ๏ธ The PC's components were verified to ensure they matched the seller's description.
  • ๐Ÿ”ง The PC was tested for performance, including gaming benchmarks and CPU stress tests.
  • ๐Ÿงน The PC required cleaning due to dust accumulation from being in a smoker's house.
  • ๐Ÿ”’ Safety precautions were taken when dealing with the used PC, including potential data wiping and hardware checks.
  • ๐Ÿ“ˆ The PC's performance was found to be satisfactory for the price paid.
  • ๐Ÿ”„ The PC has potential for upgrades, such as a better CPU or GPU, without needing to change the power supply.

Q & A

  • What is the main focus of the video?

    -The video focuses on the process of buying a used PC from Facebook Marketplace, discussing the specifications, checking for a good deal, and providing tips on how to ensure safety and proper functioning of the purchased system.

  • What brand and model of the PC does the video discuss?

    -The video discusses an HP Omen 30L gaming PC.

  • What are the key specifications of the Omen PC mentioned in the video?

    -The key specifications include an AMD Ryzen 5 5600G processor, an RTX 3060 graphics card, 16GB of HyperX DDR4 RAM, and a 1TB NVMe SSD.

  • How much was the Omen PC initially listed for, and what was the final purchase price?

    -The Omen PC was initially listed for $850, but the final purchase price was $400.

  • What safety measures does the video suggest when buying a used PC?

    -The video suggests ensuring the PC works before cleaning it, checking for any hidden issues, and not trusting a system that boots directly into Windows without a fresh setup to avoid potential keyloggers or other malicious software.

  • What is the video creator's opinion on the RAM in the Omen PC?

    -The creator suspects that the RAM might have been upgraded by the previous owner, as it seems odd for HP to include RGB RAM in their standard configuration.

  • What is the video creator's advice on finding a good deal on a used PC?

    -The creator advises to be persistent, look for proof that the PC is running, and be willing to negotiate the price, as they were able to get a significant discount by lowballing the initial asking price.

  • How does the video creator ensure the PC is performing as expected?

    -The creator checks the system's performance by running benchmarks, ensuring the temperatures are within acceptable ranges, and playing a game to test the frame rates and overall performance.

  • What are some potential upgrades the video creator mentions for the Omen PC?

    -The creator mentions that it would be possible to upgrade the GPU to a 3070 or 3070 Ti, improve the CPU to a 5800X, and potentially add a better cooler if needed, all without having to change the power supply.

  • What is the final verdict on the used PC deal discussed in the video?

    -The final verdict is that the PC was an excellent deal at $400, as it would have been impossible to build a similar system with those specifications for that price.

Outlines

00:00

๐Ÿ’ป Finding a Great Deal on a Used Gaming PC

The video starts with the creator discussing their intention to find a used PC on Facebook Marketplace. They plan to share their experience with buying a used system, including things to consider and ways to protect oneself. The creator reveals they've already found and purchased an HP Omen 30L gaming PC for a discounted price, which they will review in the video.

05:01

๐Ÿ›๏ธ Unboxing and Assessing the Used Omen PC

The creator unboxes the used Omen PC and discusses its specifications, including the AMD Ryzen 5 5600 G CPU and the RTX 3060 GPU. They mention the benefits of the PC using standard parts, which makes it easier to upgrade or repair. The creator also talks about the deal they got, having purchased the PC for $400, which they consider a great bargain after comparing the prices of individual components on Amazon.

10:03

๐Ÿงน Cleaning and Safety Considerations

The video continues with the creator cleaning the used PC and discussing the importance of safety when purchasing used electronics. They emphasize the need to ensure the system works before cleaning and the potential risks of buying a used PC, such as hidden issues or keyloggers. The creator also shares their experience with the seller and the reasons behind the seller's decision to upgrade.

15:06

๐Ÿ”ง Upgrading and Benchmarking the PC

The creator talks about potential upgrades for the PC, such as replacing the GPU or CPU. They also discuss the PC's performance, including benchmarking results and gaming tests. The video shows the PC running a game and achieving good frame rates, confirming that the purchase was a good deal. The creator also mentions the possibility of installing a better cooler for improved longevity.

20:06

๐Ÿ“ˆ Final Thoughts and Future Upgrades

In the conclusion, the creator reflects on the overall value of the used PC purchase, reiterating that it was a great deal. They discuss potential future upgrades, such as adding an AIO cooler or upgrading the GPU and CPU. The creator encourages viewers to keep an eye out for similar deals and shares their excitement about the potential uses for the new PC.

Mindmap

Keywords

๐Ÿ’กFacebook Marketplace

Facebook Marketplace is an online platform where individuals can buy and sell items within their local community. In the video, the narrator uses Facebook Marketplace to find a used gaming PC, which is the central focus of the content. This platform is highlighted as a resource for finding deals on used electronics.

๐Ÿ’กOmen 30 L

Omen 30 L refers to a gaming PC model from HP's Omen series. The narrator specifically mentions this model as the one they found on Facebook Marketplace. It's significant because it uses standard, off-the-shelf parts, which makes it easier to upgrade or repair compared to other gaming PCs with proprietary components.

๐Ÿ’กAMD Ryzen 5 5600 G

AMD Ryzen 5 5600 G is a processor from AMD, a leading semiconductor company. It's part of the video's focus as it's the CPU included in the used Omen PC. The narrator discusses its performance and how it's suitable for gaming, emphasizing its value in the context of the deal they got on the PC.

๐Ÿ’กRTX 3060

RTX 3060 is a graphics card model from NVIDIA, known for its high performance in gaming. The narrator highlights the inclusion of this GPU in the used PC as a major factor contributing to the deal's value, comparing its standalone price to the overall cost of the PC.

๐Ÿ’กiFixit

iFixit is a company known for its repair guides and tools for various electronic devices. The narrator humorously mentions iFixit in the context of a video interruption, suggesting the brand's relevance to the DIY repair and upgrade culture, which is a subtheme in the video related to the used PC's upgradability.

๐Ÿ’กNVMe SSD

NVMe SSD stands for Non-Volatile Memory Express Solid State Drive, a type of storage device known for its fast data transfer speeds. The narrator finds a 1 TB NVMe SSD in the used PC, which adds to the system's performance and is a selling point in their evaluation of the deal.

๐Ÿ’กXMP

XMP stands for Extreme Memory Profile, a feature in motherboards that allows for higher RAM speeds. The narrator mentions XMP in relation to the 16 GB DDR4 HyperX RAM in the PC, indicating that the RAM can run at higher speeds for improved performance.

๐Ÿ’กBloatware

Bloatware refers to pre-installed software on a computer that is not necessary for the system's operation and can often slow it down. The narrator discusses removing bloatware from the used PC to improve its performance, which is a common practice when setting up a new or used computer.

๐Ÿ’กKeyloggers

Keyloggers are types of malware that record a user's keystrokes, often to steal sensitive information. The narrator cautions about the potential presence of keyloggers on used computers, emphasizing the importance of safety and security when purchasing and setting up a used PC.

๐Ÿ’กHelldivers

Helldivers is a video game mentioned by the narrator as a benchmark for testing the performance of the used PC. The game's ability to run smoothly at high settings and maintain a good frame rate is used to demonstrate the PC's capabilities and the value of the deal.

๐Ÿ’กUpgradability

Upgradability refers to the ability of a computer system to have its components replaced or enhanced. The narrator discusses the upgradability of the used Omen PC, noting that it can accommodate better CPUs, GPUs, and cooling solutions, which is a key aspect of the PC's appeal and the video's message about finding good deals on used systems.

Highlights

The video discusses the process of buying a used PC from Facebook Marketplace.

The PC in question is an HP Omen 30L gaming PC.

The Omen PC uses standard off-the-shelf parts, which are easier to replace or upgrade.

The initial listing price for the PC was $850, but it was negotiated down to $400.

The PC comes with an AMD Ryzen 5 5600 G CPU and an RTX 3060 GPU.

The PC also includes 16 GB of HyperX DDR4 RAM in dual channel configuration.

The PC has a 1 TB NVMe SSD and a Cooler Master 500 W power supply.

The seller was upgrading to a custom-built PC, which is a common reason for selling pre-built systems.

The video emphasizes the importance of ensuring the used PC works before cleaning it.

The video discusses the safety concerns of buying used PCs, including the potential for keyloggers or other malicious software.

The video suggests not using the pre-installed drive in a used PC due to potential security risks.

The PC's performance is tested with Helldivers, achieving 98 FPS at 1080p on high settings.

The video concludes that the PC was a great deal at $400, considering the components and their retail prices.

The video provides tips on how to find good deals on used PCs, such as negotiating the price and checking the system's specifications.

The video also discusses potential upgrades for the PC, such as replacing the GPU or CPU without needing to change the power supply.

The video highlights the importance of checking the condition of the PC, including the cleanliness of the components.

Transcripts

00:00

okay so today's video is going to be a

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bit different from the kind of stuff

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that I normally do today we're going to

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be talking about use PCS and I'm going

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to go on Facebook Marketplace I'm going

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to find one I'm going to buy it we're

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going to go over it we're going to talk

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about things to do with a use system

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ways to protect yourself things to

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consider and then we're going to see

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whether or not I actually got a good

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deal spoiler alert I already found one

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and I already got it so hopefully I

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didn't just poof money Into Thin

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a special message from iFix it no we

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Interruption about new stuff from my fix

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inventory sucks fix the inventory

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can't fix that with I fix it just

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kidding yes you can wish you could take

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I fix it with you anywhere but your

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pockets aren't big enough introducing

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the new moare and a new minnow take them

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with you

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anywhere so get iix it for your loved

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one or just get them for

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yourself so this is the one I actually

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found and got local to me it says it's a

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it's an omen 30 L gaming I like how it's

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Tech ially 30 30 l or whatever I think

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that's what the L stands for but anyway

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it's an omen PC which is actually the HP

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gaming brand um but one of one of the

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things I like about the omen PCS I've

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never looked at one in person this will

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be my first time looking at one but the

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fact that it um it uses like standard

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off the-shelf Parts whereas some of the

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issues with like Alienware and Dell and

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other some other gaming companies that

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are from part of like big companies like

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d and HP in the past is they would have

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like proprietary motherboards or weird

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layouts and things that are not standard

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so if you ever needed to fix or replace

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or upgrade something you couldn't do it

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because it was just not offthe shelf

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type parts and that's what this

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particular Omen is now you'll see here

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it says sold they had initially listed

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for $850 they put on here 750 spoiler

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alert I got it for 400 so I did one of

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those like I threw out a low ball they

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took it we met up I talked to him

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yesterday met up today we now have it

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we'll be taking a look at it let's talk

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about the specs here so it's an AMD

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ryzen 5 5600 G so it's a am4 board which

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is is using 5000 series uh ryzen which

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is new enough to be perfectly fine for

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pretty much any title it's not a super

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like low-end CPU like a 5400g or

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anything like that the 5600 even though

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it has an igpu so has plenty of

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performance when it comes to CPU but

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we're not using the igpu because it

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actually has an RTX 3060 in there here

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it is right here you can see the RTX

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3060 it might just be kind of a No Name

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non-branded bulk sale that companies

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like HP and Dell and alien weere buy so

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may not even show like an MSI logo or

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whatever it may be but it's still an RTX

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3060 it's just a no FRS version which is

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perfectly fine now I wanted to know

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whether or not that was actually going

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to be a decent deal because the other

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stuff we have in here obviously it's Ram

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is a hyperx 16 GB I put XMP but I don't

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put the speed but anyway it's 16 GB of

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ddr4 in dual Channel they RGB sticks I

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can see that we have two channels so

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that means we're not dealing with a

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single 16 gig stick which in single

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channel would have really sucked but

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again when it comes to price pring I

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wanted to see how we were doing here so

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I went to Amazon and I put in a the

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cheapest RTX 30 I 3060 I could find

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which was

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$299 so as you can see we're already can

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I build the rest of the system for 100

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bucks the answer is no cuz it also has a

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1 tab SSD don't know if it's nvme I

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don't know if it's SATA doesn't really

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matter at this point cuz the drive is

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something we're going to talk about on

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used computers but obviously we still

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have a power supply in here we still

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have Ram we still have the case and we

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have storage

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because once I put in the 5600 G which

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is

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$137 on Prime on Amazon my cart total is

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already at

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$437 so as you can see for 400 bucks I

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got a hell of a deal here so one of the

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ways I got the deal was I actually

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started talking to them yesterday well I

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messaged them yesterday on Marketplace

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messenger didn't get any responses

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looked at a few other systems was

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actually intending to drive into LA

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today to buy a different system which is

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a little bit higher spec previous gen it

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was like a 20 I think it had RTX 280 in

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there which would have been a f faster G

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GPU than a 3060 but I had a much slower

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CPU at a 9700 9700 nonk so that's a

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ninth gen Intel which it now definitely

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starts showing its age especially

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without it being an overclocking

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CPU they got back to me late last night

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that's when I offered the five and they

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were like okay and then today I did the

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whole oh I found a better deal are you

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willing to take four and they were like

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well will you do that for just the tower

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cuz if we look at the listing they also

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say here comes with a Logitech LED

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keyboard and a Logitech g502 hero Mouse

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so the mouse alone has some value the

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g502 is a very popular Mouse and it has

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32 GB of ddr4 hyperx included which is

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basically just two more sticks of the

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same Ram I don't want to run four sticks

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of ram so I wanted to keep the price

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down here are the pictures of those

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peripherals that we didn't take right so

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there's the Logitech keyboard there's

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the mouse so by basically saying I don't

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care about getting the peripherals or

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the extra Ram uh at 400 bucks gave us an

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incredible deal if they would have taken

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500 even for the extra Ram they wouldn't

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have been worth it cuz I can get 16 GB

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of RAM for less than 100 bucks now they

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would be mismatched kits but I'd much

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rather have two sticks tme 32 GB 2 16

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gig sticks rather than having uh four

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sticks which I know gives us trouble

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when it comes to booting and running XMP

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or docp profiles when it comes to four

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sticks R anyway I already got it already

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picked it up it's over there in the test

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area let's go take a look at it so here

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it is right here um you can see all the

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offthe shelf stuff it's a microatx board

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it is an nvme SSD 1 tbyte right there

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it's a Cooler Master 500 W power supply

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in fact let me take the side off um this

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is the case as you can see plenty of

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ventilation I guess e we had to do some

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cleaning one of the things you have to

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deal with on a used system uh I do

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happen to know they kept this system

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down near the carpet so just based on

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the photos it looks like this was an

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under desk system that's why that bottom

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fan looks so gross so in terms of

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cooling it's pulling an air through

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these vents on the side side right here

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and then I think we have an exhaust fan

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on the top and one on the back do we

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have one on the top nope none on the top

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it's actually fairly clean inside I've

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never taken a look at an omen

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PC

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smoker just thought I'd point that out

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real quick we got some cleaning we got

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to do we have a proprietary plug of some

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sort right here I don't know what this

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is for that's there um so here's our Ram

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right here so you can see it's our

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hyperx fury it's RGB 30 733 that's an

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interesting speed I'm not going to take

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anything out right now I actually want

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to make sure it works before we go

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cleaning it the reason why I'm saying

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that is because if I go cleaning it

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messing around with it and then

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something doesn't work I don't know if

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I'm oops necessarily the one that caused

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the problem sometimes when people are

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really willing to be like oh yeah hell

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hell yeah I'll take a I'll discount it

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nearly 50% over my initial asking price

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that can sometimes be because they're

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hiding something or they just want to

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quickly get rid of it take whatever cash

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they can now I asked the guy I said so

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why are you upgrading and he didn't

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recognize me which was already a great

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sign for me it really was cuz I don't

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want to have like oh you got a special

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deal because of who you are the guy

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didn't know who I was uh anyway he said

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he upgraded to a custom built makes

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sense a lot of people buy an all-in-one

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like this they get bitten by the bug and

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then they upgrade it's not an uncommon

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story so let me just plug everything in

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right here and make sure it works I will

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not be plugging anything into the

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internet then we'll talk about safety

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when it comes to used PCS like this cuz

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the point here was to see can I find a a

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super deal as someone that has

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admittedly lost contact with reality a

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little bit because of being surrounded

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by this stuff all

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right turned on the omen lights up

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that's

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neat as you can see it's also a box

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cooler type style for um HP Omen it says

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Omen on it but essentially it's the

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super basic like wraith cooler oh hey

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got an image that's good Windows is

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there if their information's on there

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take the drive out entirely in my

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opinion is just a moment this might be a

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first time setup if that is that means

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he went in here and reset Windows which

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should tell me we're dealing with

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someone already that knows a little bit

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more than the average person when it

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comes to selling a used

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computer but I have an important piece

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of safety information even if Windows is

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installed and it looks like it's a first

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time setup

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Etc I would personally not use the drive

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supplied with it for multiple multiple

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reasons one nvmes are cheap enough now

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to where you can find yourself yeah they

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did do the outof boox experience which

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you can use to set up the system my

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major reason for saying this you never

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know if there's key loggers or something

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installed I feel a little bit confident

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right now with this system going ahead

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and going through the first time

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setup I know what to look for when it

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comes to whether or not someone's put

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something on the system to try and spoof

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your information or key log or whatever

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um you'd be surprised what people will

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do to try and steal identity but I would

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never trust a system that boots right

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into Windows and is sitting at a desktop

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without you going through this user

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experience you never know what's present

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so that's why if it had a if it had

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windows on there that went right to the

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desktop without this first time setup I

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probably would have like gone the route

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of taking the drive out uh or doing a

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fresh install of Windows and formatting

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that drive from the start just to make

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sure that nothing is on there that's

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nefarious so you're going to notice some

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extra steps on this anyway if it was a

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pre-built system from like HP or Dell or

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Alienware or whatever they have very

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specific Windows versions for them that

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allow them to do extra stuff like Ping

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to register your device or whatever the

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previous page to this one said do I want

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to register with HP it was optional I

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said no but now I can uncheck this HP

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stuff this makes me feel a little bit

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more confident about this version of

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Windows because of the fact that means

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it's probably DRM to this motherboard it

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also means if we go around change

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changing any hardware we probably will

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unregister our Windows which means we'd

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have to buy a key now fortunately

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there's a lot of key not generators I

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that sounds very like scammy there's

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lots of websites out there where you can

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get like unused keys for like 20 bucks

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right they're legit keys and stuff I've

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never worked with any of those Brands I

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know a lot of people highly believe in

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them and all lot of my own commenters

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have said dude you can get a Windows key

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for like 15 bucks that's totally legit

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Etc you can look into those options if

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you want to wipe the DRM version of

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Windows off of this um anyway we're

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doing updates right now it's a

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completely different update window to

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normally when you see Windows updates

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happening on a new install uh it happens

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in the background but because this is

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designed to be like an outof boox user

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experience for an oem like HP in this in

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this case it's very inyour face about

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what's happening so now we have no

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choice but just sort of sit here and

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wait while the system updates itself but

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one thing I want to talk about real

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quick I have a feeling this is not the

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original Ram that came with the system I

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think he upgraded the ram only because

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it seems odd to me that everything in

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here is basic like and this in this case

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black pcbs but basically green

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PCB No Frills type of Hardware that's

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supplied to companies like HP and Dell

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and stuff but I have a feeling he added

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more RAM to this it may have initially

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been an 8 GB system or potentially a 16

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GB system of just boring RAM and he

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wanted lighting or something and so he

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put RGB lights in there I find it hard

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to believe that HP would put RGB Ram in

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there and then just let it RGB like this

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now it's very possible that that's

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actually the way it went down I don't

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know that I haven't searched what the

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current HP Omen systems and stuff look

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like but that's what's in this one what

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I'm happy about this I've already said

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it multiple times and I'll say it again

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it's a standard microatx layout it's got

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the same 369 screw holes I have a

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feeling though this one is going to give

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us some pretty solid performance for the

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money you got to remember yeah it's a

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5600 G nothing really to write home

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about it's a 3060 easily one of the more

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popular gpus that has replaced the 1060

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as the popular GPU again nothing super

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super worth riding home about but you

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can't really buy one for under 300 bucks

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new right now so that makes this one

12:04

hell of a deal all right enough talking

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let's just uh wait and see how long this

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is going to take all right so all the

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updates are done I've not blown out any

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of the dust or anything so far I want to

12:15

see how things are identifying

12:16

themselves make sure the specs are what

12:18

they're supposed to be okay so it is a

12:20

ryzen 5600 G as stated GPU is an RTX 360

12:25

and then our Ram we have 16 GB running

12:27

at 3200 mehz

12:30

so I I think it feels like a pretty

12:32

solid deal so far everything is what it

12:33

said it's supposed to be oh and then the

12:35

disc is a 1 TB Western Digital it's an

12:39

SN 530 couple of things I would probably

12:42

recommend to um prior to buying a used

12:45

system try and see proof of it running

12:47

they posted pictures of it on like I

12:49

said it lit up they didn't show a screen

12:52

of it on to be even then that that

12:54

picture could be faked it could be

12:55

something else plugging like a laptop

12:57

plugged into a screen to look like it's

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on but saw it powered on that was good

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enough for me um I was also personally

13:02

willing to take the risk but I always

13:04

would promote like hey can you take a

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quick video of it on like on your cell

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phone or something and like have a piece

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of paper with your name on it or

13:12

something the name of whoever the sales

13:13

post is so you can see it's real and on

13:15

and running most of the posts I found

13:17

did include videos on their postings of

13:18

the system on this one did not however

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um but it seemed uh it almost seem too

13:24

good to be true at the original 750

13:27

actually they originally wanted $850 and

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then 750 it would not have been a good

13:30

deal I could have built the system with

13:32

brand new parts probably for cheaper

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than that but now as you saw what I got

13:36

it for that would have been absolutely

13:37

impossible our updates are done um now

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I'm just going to go through and make

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sure like my drivers are correct and all

13:43

of that um I'm going to blow out some of

13:46

this dust take the front glass off which

13:48

just has a screw right here on the

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bottom blow out this dust and get as

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much of it off as I can then we'll take

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a look at how the temperatures are and

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stuff like that I guess at that point