HP Z440 Workstation Tower, Xeon E5 1607v3 3.1Ghz, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 128GB SSD and 2TB Hard Drive, Radeon HD 6450 Graphics, DVD-RW, Windows 10 Pro (Refurbished)
- Operating System: Windows 10 Pro x64
- CPU: 1x Intel Xeon E5-1607 v3 3.1GHz
- Number of Threads: 4
- CPU Cache: 10MB
- Memory: 16GB DDR4 SDRAM
- Hard Drive 1 (OS): 128GB SSD
- Hard Drive 2: 2TB Mechanical HDD
- Optical: DVDRW
- Screen: No Screen
- Video Card: AMD Radeon HD 6450
- USB 3.0 Ports: 8
- USB 2.0 Ports: 2
- On-Board Video Output: None
- Display Ports: 1 DVI and 1 Display Port (via dedicated GPU)
- WiFi: Not Included
- Ethernet: 10/100/1000 Mbps, Gigabit RJ-45
Condition: Refurbished, Previously Used
PC is refurbished and has been tested for standard operation. Any parts with excessive wear have been replaced. PC may show slight signs of wear.
Windows and Additional Software
Our Microsoft Registered Refurbisher (MRR) tech team completely wipes each machine of all traces of previous data then loads a fresh activated and updated copy of Microsoft Windows.
Microsoft has changed their policies over the past few years concerning recovery media. Through the Microsoft Registered Refurbisher program, recovery discs are no longer provided with the licenses (COAs). Recovery media can be created from any Windows 10 machine using the Media Creation Tool. This is a free download from Microsoft that allows you to make a bootable DVD or USB device that can be used to fully recover the operating system. This may or may not be used to repair a corrupted operating system. By allowing the users to be free of a recovery partition, the user can realize the full size of the mass storage provided with this PC. If you do not have a spare PC to create the recovery media, we recommend creating the media on this PC before any potential hard disk failures on your machine as we are also not permitted per Microsoft's policies to create or ship recovery media to you. We are not responsible for important data that you may be storing. We also recommend important data that you are storing on your PCs is backed up on an online service as to avoid a total loss in the event of a hardware loss or failure.