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October 25, 2011 8:30:33 PM

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/hp-pavilion-g5410uk-deskt...
System specs:


Processor

Dual Core Intel Pentium E5800 (3.2GHz, 800Mhz, 2 MB L2 cache)




Operating System
Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit

RAM
4 GB

Graphics card
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500HD (up to 1.26 GB)

Hard drive
1 TB 7200 rpm

Optical disk drive
DVD Writer

Memory card reader
6-in-1 memory card reader

USB
6 USB 2.0 ports

Modem/Ethernet
Ethernet 10/100BT integrated network interface

Video interface
VGA

Audio interface
1 audio line out; 2 analogue audio out

Expansion card slot

1 PCI
2 PCI-Express

Keyboard & Mouse
USB Optical Mouse, USB Keyboard

Software included

This PC is optimized for Microsoft® Office 2010. Purchase a
Product Key Card or Disc to activate full-featured Office software preloaded on this PC. HP Power Assistant; Windows Live Essentials; HP Link Up; Cyberlink DVDSuite; HP Music Station; HP Games Console; Norton Online Backup (30-day trial); EasyBits Magic Desktop; Microsoft Internet Explorer; Adobe Reader; Adobe Flash Player; Skype Windows Media Center

Size
169 x 426 x 377 mm (L x W x D)

Weight
9.53 kg

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Battlefield 3
Crysis 2
Team Fortress 2
Flight Simulator X
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Oh yeah, This has got nothing to do with this part of the forum but...
Is this computer Overclockable and Upgradable(Replacing GPU to a better one)?
I didn't really know which topic to put this in.

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October 25, 2011 8:59:56 PM

is it overclockable? probably, but not recommended with stock cooling.

there's no GPU as is, only integrated chipset on the cpu/mobo.

As it is right now, I doubt it will run any of those games, but there's a chance it might on lowest of the lowest settings and resolution.
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