|Screen Size||1 inches|
|Memory Speed||800 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||ATI Radeon HD 3200|
|Card Description||Radeon HD 3200|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||256 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||6|
HP Pavilion A6750F Desktop PC (2.3 GHz AMD Phenom X4 9650 Quad-Core Processor, 8 GB RAM, 750 GB Hard Drive, DVD Drive, Vista Premium) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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After the first "repair" no hardware was replaced and the problem was still there. I had to send in my computer two more times (keep in mind that it takes weeks to ship the computer to a repair facility across the country) and both "repairs" did not fix anything. I wanted to have a replacement for my brand new computer right away, but apparently it takes THREE UNSUCCESFULL REPAIRS before any of the supervisors who have the power to give you a replacement get involved. I'm not even talking about trying to get a refund... Now it is the middle of June and I still don't have a computer... Bottom line: HP has HORRIBLE TECH SUPPORT so if your computer (this model or any other) breaks, get ready for a long fight to get the problem fixed.
The only problem we had, and it WAS frustrating, was that a technician bent a pin in the wireless card during install. It was nothing that anyone would have noticed visually, and the system initially performed well, but after a day, the bad connection was too much and the wireless card only worked intermittently. After an all night session talking with HP Service in India, I located the problem. A new wireless card, free of charge and with straight pins, fixed the situation. I can't hold it against HP. The card initially worked on start-up, so it probably passed the bench tests. These things happen, even at Apple and Dell. HP's customer service was patient and effective, and the new part arrived in 2 days.
Overall, incredible machine. By our "Performance Gadget," we haven't even begun to max the processor or RAM out, even with the latest versions of Pinnacle Studio, OpenOffice, and MusicMaker.
Other than that, and I expect MS to fix the issue, my prior review stands. Great value and performance.
UPDATE via 2/8/10 It runs a lot faster with Windows 7.
The first issue people have been having: drivers. I had absolutely none. Whatever I throw at this computer it finds the drivers (whether online or within the system already) and have had no issues. I'm not sure what kind of hardware other people have been using but I've tried different monitors, gaming hardware, printers, sound cards, video cards. No issues. So, can't complain there.
Secondly, the amount of bloatware is quite annoying at first. I got rid of it all because it only slows the system down and causes more frustration than necessary. The computer loads up fairly quickly once you remove the bloatware off of it.
Thirdly, the power supply is not sufficient for most add-ons so it was the first thing to go. I bought a 650W power supply along with a Nvidia GeForce 9800GT 512MB DDR3. The Windows Experience Score went up from a 4.3 to a 6.0 at this point. Absolutely amazing.
This computer plays Halo, Crysis, World of Warcraft, and any Flight Simulator version smoothly. Haven't had one issue. I can easily use TeamSpeak, Internet Explorer, iTunes, and FSX all at the same time. If anyone doesn't know, FSX will completely KILL a computer if it's not ready for it and this beast does well.
I'd have to say I'm happy with the overrall performance. Disk defrags take no time at all. Virus scans are quick (even full scans). Downloading takes absolutely no time at all and is a huge improvement from using a Intel Duo Core. 8GB of ram is more than enough as I haven't seen it use more than 6GB at a time. And, like mentioned before, it shines when multi-tasking. It's pretty neat to watch it sort out tasks for certain processors.
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I was in the market for a new machine and as timing would have it, Circuit City was in the middle of their closing down so I was able to get a really great deal on this machine. Read morePublished on November 12, 2010 by S. Bond
Fast little beast! it jsut worked right out of the box... yes it was vista.. but no biggie 8gb ram !!! how can you cry? then again a stick of ram died on me... Read morePublished on October 19, 2010 by Can Xin Yu
I've had this rig for months now and I must say for the price it's a good all around computer, it does come with many trial software but they are easily removable. Read morePublished on October 15, 2009 by Hector D. Abarca
No support, October 9, 2009
By Stan Tomberg (Hendersonville, NC) - See all my reviews
On 1/01/09 I called customer service (that is what they call it). Read more
I started building PC since 1996 and have worked with numerous computers. This is the first time I bought a brand-name desktop. Read morePublished on September 28, 2009 by Ernie
The HP Pavilion A6750F Desktop is a nice box at a pretty good price from Amazon.
It is pretty well loaded for the average computer user.
I got a refurbished 6720y through Amazon, and really enjoy it for general use and casual gaming. Installation was fast and smooth. Read morePublished on August 22, 2009 by Sanyia
I bought this and was very excited by the specs. Quad core - 8 gigs of Ram - who could want more? However, in reality, it was slow, so I upgraded the videocard, which helped... Read morePublished on August 17, 2009 by Confounded
I'm looking into purchasing this computer, and I hear that the case is pretty tight on space inside. Read morePublished on June 26, 2009 by Matt Biben