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Refurbished HP ProDesk 405 G4 SFF AMD Ryzen 3 Pro 2200G 8GB 256GB Windows 10 Pro Desktop PC A1/9DN64EA

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  • Processor - Ryzen 3 Pro 2200G
  • Graphics card - Radeon Vega 8
  • RAM - 8GB
  • SSD - 256GB
  • Warranty - 3 Month Warranty
  • Operating System - Windows 10 Pro
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Tech Spec

Condition
Condition Refurbished
Operating system
Operating System Windows 10 Pro
Processor
Manufacturer AMD
Series Ryzen 3 Pro
Number 2200G
Cores 4
Clock Speed 3.5GHz
Memory (RAM)
Installed Size 8GB
Speed 2666MHz
Type DDR4
Form Factor DIMM 288-pin
Total Slots 4
Spare Slots 3
Maximum Capacity 64GB
Storage
tooltip SSD stands for Solid State Drive and is a form of flash storage that has the same functionality as a hard drive but operates at much faster speeds. An SSD will help speed up your system by reducing loading times across all programs and tasks.
SSD Capacity
256GB
Graphics
Graphics Type Integrated
Graphics Manufacturer AMD
Graphics card Radeon Vega 8
Ports & Connectivity
HDMI 0
Display Port 2
VGA 1
Chassis
Height 10cm
Width 30cm
Depth 27cm
Weight 5.88kg
Optical Drive DVD-RW
Form Factor Small
Other
Warranty 3 Month Warranty

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