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HP Pavilion Elite e9120y

HP Pavilion Elite e9120y
alaAverage 3.8

5 reviews

Jul, 2014

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HP Pavilion Elite e9120y

 

My time with it has been generally good. The 1TB HDD is fast & works great for movies & music. A better video card would make this a great gamer. Runs Sims well. I should have stayed with Vista. The switch to Win7 was ugly & IMO made it unstable. Likes...

Good looking unit with all the usbs you could want. I did the upgrade from Vista Home Prem.64bit to Win7 64bit & I to have blue screens. . Powerful computer for my needs. I like flight sims & push the machine for high screen rate. .Quiet running

I don't like the blue screens & Microsoft has no answer but are aware of the problem It's large & it seems not to like "ReadyBoost" which comes in handy

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HP Pavilion Elite e9120y

 

It's a great product for home use where people have different needs. Also the wireless feature is great! The case is well designed and looks nice and distinguished. I love it!

It runs so quite, that I hear no sound at all! I love the size of it's hard drive, quad-core CPU and 8GB of RAM. For my needs it's more than enough for at least few years! Oh! And Excellent customer service too

If the monitor had a built in camera, it would be perfect

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HP Pavilion Elite e9120y

 

For only $600 on some sites (refurbished by HP) you cannot buy a better computer for less. This is a powerhouse PC, and free upgrade to Windows 7 is a plus. If you want a gaming machine, upgrade to a a single slot video card like Radeon HD 4670 or...

Good CPU, great RAM (8GB DDR3), lots of storage (1T HD), built-in wireless a/b/g/n, low power consumption, Blu-ray and DVD burner, light case, very quiet!!! Everything except video received 5.9 score on WIndows

weak video card (HD 4350 by ATI), does play many games but not at max settings. Limited expansion possibility due to space restriction and power supply (300W)

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HP Pavilion Elite e9120y

 

By the hardware specifications I was expecting a kick ass PC with killer game potential but that is not what I got. Yet for the money it is a good PC. It appears to be a PC better suited for playing Blu-ray movies and iTunes, than games or other...

Great looking PC, and very quiet operation. Nice price at Fry's $599

Given the quad core 64 bit processor, it only rate 4.8 by Microsoft Vista, which is the same as a HPdv9843cl notebook PC running on a 32 bit dual 2 core processor with a third of the memory. I don't get it

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HP Pavilion Elite e9120y

 

If you ever intend to play even low quality games, just don't buy this computer. It can't even play an old 2006ish racing game on max settings. Sadness.

Plays movies wonderfully, but this isn't really something any computer I've ever owned has had problems with

Can't play games to save it's life

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