$500 Prebuilt Gaming PC – HP Pavilion Power 580-023w – GTX 1060

Is the HP Pavilion Power 580-023w Prebuilt Gaming PC the best for $500?
Games tested PUBG, GTA 5, CSGO, Overwatch, Rainbow Six Siege, Fortnite, LFD2, & Mortal Kombat X with Benchmarks/Gameplay!
The HP 580-023w Packs a punch on a cheap $500 budget for 2018!

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NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB Graphics Card
Intel Core i5 7400 Processor
8GB DDR4 RAM 2400
1TB Hard Drive
300 watt power supply
HP Odense2-K H170 Motherboard

GAMES BENCHMARK/TESTED in 1920 x 1080 Resolution
All Gameplay was recorded on the same PC using the GeForce Experience program onto an external hard drive.

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38 Comments on “$500 Prebuilt Gaming PC – HP Pavilion Power 580-023w – GTX 1060”

  1. is this good for 750 bucks?

    Intel Core i3 i3-8100 Quad-core (4 Core) 3.60 GHz Processor
    MSI Motherboard Z370M MORTAR
    Corsair 8GB DDR4 2666MHz Vengeance LPX RED
    Coolermaster MasterBox Lite 3.1
    Kingston SSD 120 GB UV400
    PSU 500W CM MWE 500W,80+ white 230V A/UK Cable
    pls answer me LOL no seriously i want your opinions and thanks! im new to pc gaming btw
    OH and its a prebuilt because i found that building a pc at this time is not worth it

  2. i got this pc on clearance at my job for 399 before tax i put 16gb of corsair vengeance led which cost me 180 off ebay and an i7 7700k that i also got off ebay for 315 it now purrs like a kitten

  3. How much does screen recording take away on performance. I ask myself this on most of your pc build

  4. I actually bought this pc simply because i had to sell my last custom built pc i had, and this thing performs insanely well considering the price. Handles most games you throw at it on close to max settings 1080p. My only question is it worth overclocking? i've never actually overclocked anything before as i've only been a pc gamer for a few years and still a novice ish at building pc's, that and what all bloatware can you uninstall from this thing? i always feel like theres stuff running in the background that i've missed and stuff like that! Thanks, and great video, great points about it having not have great upgrade potential.

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