Lenovo ThinkCentre M70e Core 2 Duo Windows 7 CPU (4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, Black)

Lenovo ThinkCentre M70e Core 2 Duo Windows 7 CPU (4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, Black)

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Lenovo ThinkCentre M70e Core 2 Duo Windows 7 CPU (4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, Black)

Deal price 5999
Extra 10 percent off using SBI, icici , and hdfc cards …
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It’s not a loot deal. Market price will be the same or even less than Croma.

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LG50 wrote:

It’s not a loot deal. Market price will be the same or even less than Croma.

It’s coming with Genuine Windows 7 professional and 36 months lenovo warranty .. at 5k ..

Assembled ones in the market don’t come with that ..

Moreover refurbished lenovo thinkcenter on Amazon starts at 10k .

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Lenovo warranty isn’t worth 5k for this piece of crap, win7 is already EOL & not worth it today. Not to mention you can get genuine activation using popular methods for free.

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Even an SSD can’t rescue it. The CPU is simply too slow. With the Linux 4.x kernel even lightweight distros like Puppy Linux were lagging in my C2D laptop. In Ubuntu lag was apparent while just just rendering the GUI. Could have been a driver issue with the Nvidia graphics… In any case loading websites would frequently peg the CPU at 100% fir several seconds at a time. Maybe only fit for a headless instance but the power consumption would be too high. If the CPU could be overclocked then it might be a little better but again power consumption would go through the roof plus the PSU might not be upto the task. 

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hubham wrote:

Lenovo warranty isn’t worth 5k for this piece of crap, win7 is already EOL & not worth it today. Not to mention you can get genuine activation using popular methods for free.

how to get genuine activation using popular methods for free. 

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hubham wrote:

Lenovo warranty isn’t worth 5k for this piece of crap, win7 is already EOL & not worth it today. Not to mention you can get genuine activation using popular methods for free.

By 5k .. was meant already included in this above price ..

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LIMBO wrote:

Even an SSD can’t rescue it. The CPU is simply too slow. With the Linux 4.x kernel even lightweight distros like Puppy Linux were lagging in my C2D laptop. In Ubuntu lag was apparent while just just rendering the GUI. Could have been a driver issue with the Nvidia graphics… In any case loading websites would frequently peg the CPU at 100% fir several seconds at a time. Maybe only fit for a headless instance but the power consumption would be too high. If the CPU could be overclocked then it might be a little better but again power consumption would go through the roof plus the PSU might not be upto the task. 

Can’t it can be used as a media center .. Alone.. or a backup pc … ?

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Can’t it can be used as a media center .. Alone.. or a backup pc … ?

Can’t render H.265 10-bit (or VP9 Part 2 in HW) which severely limits it’s utility as a media center. 

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LIMBO wrote:

Even an SSD can’t rescue it. The CPU is simply too slow. With the Linux 4.x kernel even lightweight distros like Puppy Linux were lagging in my C2D laptop. In Ubuntu lag was apparent while just just rendering the GUI. Could have been a driver issue with the Nvidia graphics… In any case loading websites would frequently peg the CPU at 100% fir several seconds at a time. Maybe only fit for a headless instance but the power consumption would be too high. If the CPU could be overclocked then it might be a little better but again power consumption would go through the roof plus the PSU might not be upto the task. 

I still have c2d processor, with 3GB RAM, 500+500GB HDD, and Windows 7 pro. (Bought this in the year 2007), recently installed a 120GB SSD (2021) and it’s working without any problem. one usb port, CD ROM has stopped working.  Sometimes I use this to browse my old pictures, videos, and surf normal websites, and casual movie-watching, MS word. 

But I feel lazy to sit on chair to use desktop, so I use LAPTOP now. 

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