Lenovo H30-50 Gaming Desktop with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 745 2 GB GDDR3 Garphic cards | 120GB SSD + 1 TB HDD | Intel Core i3 3.7GHz | 8 GB RAM | Wireless Keyboard and Mouse | Windows 10

Features
Space-saving design – ½ the size of a standard tower desktop
Immersive Entertainment – NVIDIA HD graphics, easy to connect 5.1 channel speaker support
7-in-1 card reader, USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports
Slim, space-saving AccuType keyboard

CPU: Intel Core i3 4th Gen 4170 (3.70 GHz);
Memory: 8GB Upgraded DDR3 Memory in a professional manner (maximum memory capacity 16 GB)
Storage: 120 GB SSD boost the performance with addtional 1TB 7200rpm Hard Drive
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 745 2 GB GDDR3 Graphics Card – Perfect for gaming
OS: Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
Networks:
    Gigabit Ethernet
    802.11ac Wireless
    Bluetooth 4.0

Other Features:
    Wireless Mouse and Keyboard
    No DVD drive
    240W Power Supply
    7in1 Card Reader
    1 VGA
    1 HDMI
    2 x USB 3.0, 4 x USB 2.0 (Front and rear total)
    2 x headphone, 2 x Microphone

Dimensions:
    12.13″ x 4.13″ x 15.71″
    12.98 lbs.

One thought on “Lenovo H30-50 Gaming Desktop with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 745 2 GB GDDR3 Garphic cards | 120GB SSD + 1 TB HDD | Intel Core i3 3.7GHz | 8 GB RAM | Wireless Keyboard and Mouse | Windows 10

  1. ANDYY says:

    This is an excellent entry level gaming desktop This is an excellent entry level gaming desktop. You couldn’t build a gaming computer this cheap.Running steam and POE, Warframe, TF2, etc…. all look beautiful-smooth and no lagMinecraft with optifine-fantastic.You get a fast 4th gen processor, 8GB DDR3 memory, 120GB SSD drive, dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 745 2 GB GDDR3 Graphics Card, Wireless keyboard and mouse…all for under $500.Only funny thing is there is a door for an optical drive but no optical drive, but I haven’t use any CD for a couple of years, in case you need it, you can get an external dvd drive for about $25.Also, let me discuss graphics cards for a little bit more(and i am a complete novice at this).Somebody may think to buy a low end computer and upgrade to a dedicated graphics card later…this can be costly because of the power supply issue. Because most low end computers don’t have the power supplies needed for top end graphics cards. so its $90 for a new power supply…

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