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HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190

HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190
alaScore 83

3 reviews

Oct, 2014

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HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t


HP's Pavilion Elite 190T isn't the most innovative desktop, nor the best-looking. It does, however, offer Intel's six-core Core i7 980X Extreme CPU, currently the fastest desktop chip on the market. Anyone with demanding productivity needs should find...

Offers Intel's fastest desktop CPU for lowest price; Blu-ray drive, TV tuner, and large hard drive make this a capable media PC

Tower system not exactly living-room-friendly; strange RAM layout doesn't take full advantage of triple-channel DDR3; limited room to expand

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HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t Review


HP's newest addition to their performance desktop lineup is the Pavilion Elite HPE-190t.

Extremely fast six-core CPU ; Minimum 9GB memory ; TV tuner, Blu-ray drive ; Lots of video inputs, outputs

Case feels cheap ; No high-end graphics cards available

HP's website refers to the HPE-190t as a "supercharged, high-performance PC", and we have to agree. This desktop absolutely tears through any arduous task, like editing HD movies, compressing audio, high-end 3D rendering and more. At the same time,...

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HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190a desktop PC


HP's Pavilion Elite HPE-190a is a high-end desktop PC with a Core i7 processor, plenty of memory and a chassis design that isn't hideous. It has a mid...

Good performance in CPU-intensive tasks, integrated DVB-T tuner, MediaSmart software is good for basic video editing

Infrared connectivity requires additional cable, upgrades aren't particularly easy, slightly expensive

If all-in-one computers and bargain-priced desktop PCs don't provide enough power, HP's Pavilion Elite HPE-190a might be the ticket. It has a powerful Core i7 processor and provides plenty of connections, though is a little on the expensive side.