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HP ENVY Phoenix Desktop PC series

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HP ENVY Phoenix Desktop PC series

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HP ENVY Phoenix Desktop PC

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out of 5 starsFast! Faster! Fastest?

Reviewed in the United States on October 31,

I purchased this computer directly from HP due to their special 1 yr no interest financing special, but felt since I normally buy off amazon, I would review this computer.

Its touted as a gaming machine, and I dont game (believe it or not) so Ill leave those review to the gamers. What I do use it for, is a video editing, video conversion, and home server. Previously, I was using (two) 3 GHz dual core AMD computers, one for the server tasks, and one for the editing tasks. Since running two computers costs quite a bit in electricity, and I am on this green kick (converted house to LED lighting, etc), I felt having a server running 24/7 to serve up a couple hours of TV each night was a waste. Enter the HP Envy. For those without benchmarking programs (me) I give you the Windows Experience Index scores. You can ignore the hard drive score, since the first thing I did was replace the 1TB drive with a GB SSD drive It rated a , then I upgraded to windows , and the index seems to be missing. Guess they got rid of it, or hid it somewhere.

Boot time on the hard drive was very fast. On the SSD, its in the under 10 second range.
USB ports copy at about 70MB/s with my two external drives.
Video is snappy, fast, and checking out some online game demos, very very good. Havent tried it with the dual/triple monitor yet.
Havent tried the beats audio, but sending audio via USB to a digital sound card sounded great on my stereo system.
Design is great. Nice RED led lights on the clear fan show through the side.
16GB of ram is fast. I disabled the swap file, so it wouldnt wear out the SSD, and havent even come close to using 1/4 of the memory.
Keyboard and mouse are pretty much a throw incorded USB. The keyboard is quite nice, but gamers are going to want something else.
It has 2 " bays open for internal hard drives, which are inserted from the side, with the power cords right there waiting. Was the easiest hard drive add Ive ever done. Bring your own SATA cables.
Couple of 1X PCIe slots inside for extra little cards. No PCI slots for older stuff.

OK, to the nuts and boltsI run SageTV server using 2 internal drives, and 2 external USB 3 drives. I run Homestream (Servio) media server, and PlayOn.tv media and streaming server. With all three running, the CPU is at about 2%. That is with transcoding enabled. Converting Mpeg2 video to H/AAC uses around 50% CPU with max settings. Ive never been able to max out the CPU to date. It does everything my other two computers did, with lots to spare.

Bottom lineit will be a long time before you will need to upgrade this PC (other than gamers who probably want a bigger video card). I dont know if you can overclock it or not, but at the moment, I would see no reason to do so.
If you are wanting something fast, this is the one.

The only negative I have, is when trying to contact HP tech support, to ask a couple questions about the new UEFI bios settings, I was unable to get anyone in the United States on the phone, and the thick accented middle eastern techs were clearly more interested in patronizing and following a script than actually knowledgeable in the questions. I just gave up and found the information on the internet and experimented with settings after backing up the hard drive (I was trying to copy the system to the SSD, and was running into problems with Secure boot, which I had to disable, and agree to the prompts telling me I was about to hose my system, in order to continue. It didnt hose the system, by the way :)

Even at full list price, this unit is worth a try. If you can get a discount, dont pass it by.

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