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HP Elite HPE-500Y Desktop PC Review

February 22nd, 2011


HP Elite HPE-500Y desktop is from computer giant HP and it is gaining interest from all, through its AMD Memory Optimizer Technology. This technology is more effective useful for multithreaded software applications. Here, AMD Virtualization with Rapid Virtualization indexing will act as vital and helps the virtualization software to run more effectively. This process will be supported by the processor’s Hypertransport and AMD’s balance L3 Cache. This will impart quick access time and increased performance to the machine. This technology is the major reason for the current success of HP Elite HPE-500Y desktop PC. This machines is powered through AMD Phenom IIX6 1045T processor and comes with optical drive, 8GB RAM, 1.5 TB capacity hard drive, AMD Radeon HD 6450 Graphics, Wi-Fi, 15-in-1 card redaer and many more. Importantly, this desktop is bundled with 23.0-inches LED monitor and will result into quite economical for a buyer.

AMD Phenom II X6 1045T processor Details:

AMD Phenom II X6 1045 T that powers HP Elite HPE-500Y  is a six core processor and clocked at 2.7GHz. It is featured with Turbo Boost technology and it can overclock the cores up to 3.2 GHz. It has total 9MB of cache. Hardware part is indicating that this CPU runs on a 64 bit data transfer system.  Its socket type is AM# and comes with 2000MHz 16-bit Hyper Transport Link, which is vital for the Memory Optimizer technology.

HP Elite HPE-500Y Pros:

  • Bundled 23-inches monitor would be an advantage.
  • Its six core processor is assuring ultimate performance for the machine.
  • This machine comes with latest VISION Ultimate Technology and Memory Optimizer Technology.
  • It has optical drive.
  • It has 3MB of L3 Cache.
  • Its hard drive is huge with 1.5 TB capacities.
  • It has AMD Radeon HD 6450 Graphics.
  • It has built-in Wi-Fi.
  • It is worth to its price.

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HP Elite HPE-500Y Cons:

  • Little expensive.
  • No Blu-ray disc player.
  • No Bluetooth.

Specifications:

Processor:

This desktop is powered through AMD Phenom II X6 1045T processor. This processor is clocked at 2.7 GHZ and its Turbo Boost technology can overclock it up to 3.2 GHz. This processor comes with a total of 9MB cache and 3MB of L3 cache is part of it.

System Memory and Hard drive:

System memory of this desktop is 8GB DDR3 SDRAM> This can be increased up to 16GB capacity down the line according to the necessity.

Hard drive of this desktop is 1.5 TB capacities. It is a SATA drive and rotates at 5400 rpm.

Display and Graphics:

This desktop is bundled with a 23-inches LED monitor.

It has AMD Radeon HD 6450 Graphics with 512 MB dedicated video ram and 4091 MB capacity dynamically allocated shared graphics memory.

Optical drive:

HP Elite HPE-500Y comes with 12 X DVD burners. This can read and write CDs and DVDs in multiple formats with double-layer support.

Audio:

This desktop got high-definition with up to 7.1 channel surround sound capabilities.

Networking:

It has built-in 10/100 Base-T Ethernet LAN and built-in 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN too.

Additional Ports:

HP Elite HPE-500Y  has one 7-in-1 digital multimedia card reader, three PCI Express x1, seven USB 2.0 ports, one headphone jack and one microphone jack.

Input Devices:

This desktop comes with USB keyboard and USB optical mouse as input devices.

Operating System:

HP Elite HPE-500Y is supplied with Genuine Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Edition.

Sizes and Weight:

Height: 15.8-inches.

Width: 7.1-inches.

Depth: 16.3-inches.

Weight: 11.9 lbs.

Warranty:

HP Elite HPE-500Y comes with one-year limited warranty over parts and labor.

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  1. Barry
    April 24th, 2011 at 13:13 | #1

    This is a very well-spent $900 not counting six upgrades so far. A few features were a little quirky (and I must have corrupted something in my quest to download all the free software in sight!), but a full recovery took care of everything. This computer has been remarkably stable and typical of HP’s history of rock-solid electronics designs.

    If you do have a problem (and what new computer doesn’t?), their online chat tech support guys are available 24/7 – and they don’t just get you “out of the way”, they really work with you to try and resolve issues. It sems that every computer has its own personality and, thus, a few little half-malfunctions that never seem to get fixed. For instance, mine comes back out of sleep mode a few seconds after going to sleep. But if every computer has to have one problem, I can live with this one because everything else works GREAT.

    It responds very well to PCI-e upgrades, and a new extra DVD drive dropped right in and was recognized immediately. The add-in actually seems to work a little better than the original. The 6 core processor and (now) 16 gigs of RAM provide remarkable stability and power – I can play 5 videos from 5 different websites simultaneously, with NO glitches or freezes. Pretty amazing!

    As always, they tell you very little about your computer. Hint: Cyberlink DVD Suite is the best one for burning DVD’s, and is included. The biggest problem you’ll have is that you’re probably moving to a 64 bit system for the first time, and some favorite old software won’t run. Windows 7 has a “Compatibility Mode” that sometimes works and sometimes doesn’t. But 64 bit is the new wave, so ya might as well get used to it Pilgrim! Look on the bright side – learning new software is fun.

    GREAT computer, GREAT tech support. HP remains the best in electronics!

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