HP Pavilion Desktop PC (Intel i7-7700/1TB HDD/12GB RAM/NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050)

  • Model #: 570-p069
  • Web Code: 11557159
Sold and shipped by: Best Buy
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High-powered and fully featured, this HP Pavilion desktop has everything you need to be productive and stay entertained. It features a 3.6GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 12GB of RAM, 1TB hard drive, and a powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card.

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  • 3.6GHz 7th generation Intel Core i7-7700 quad-core processor and 12GB DDR4-2400 of SDRAM combine to deliver premium speed and performance
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card with 2GB dedicated video memory enables stunning visuals whether you're surfing the web, streaming a movie, or viewing photos
  • 1TB hard drive provides tons of storage space for your most important files, photos, music tracks, videos, and more
  • 802.11a/b/g/n/ac gives you a fast wireless connection to your home Wi-Fi network
  • 10/100/1000 Base-T Network Ethernet enables a reliable, wired connection to an internet network for optimal connection speeds
  • Bluetooth 4.2 functionality allows you to wirelessly connect a range of compatible devices, such as a gaming headset or external speakers
  • Six USB ports (2 x USB 2.0, 3 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 3.0 Type-C) make it easy to expand functionality by connecting a range of peripherals, such as a printer, keyboard, and mouse
  • HDMI connectivity lets you connect to an HD monitor or HDTV for use as an external or secondary display
  • Preinstalled with Windows 10 Home operating system, which features a refined internet browser, improved Start menu, digital assistant with Cortana, universal Windows apps, and much more

What's in the Box?

  • 570-p069
  • Wired Keyboard and Mouse

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Labour - 1 Year(s)

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Customer Reviews

3.7 / 5
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  • from Moncton, NB

Love it!

Super fast, games run with hundreds of FPS (record - ~ 500-600!) , while on my laptop was about 20! I`m very happy to use it. It`s almost no sound, i have no idea how computer makes noise (because I've never heard it :D). Also good for editing photos (Photoshop), but I do not really know about working with videos. Would be perfect if you have a nice keyboard, one that goes with it isn't very good. But, I still use it. What about mouse - quite good, we use it with another devise.

  • from Mississauga, ON

Good computer as long as you're not trying to upgrade.

This computer is fairly fast. The bottle neck of this computer is the hard drive. It has a 1TB Western Digital Blue hard drive. If you are going to replace the hard drive with a SSD then it's okay but forget about adding it because there is absolutely no room to add anything. It comes with only 2 SATA port and not enough room for 2 drives even if you wanted to.

  • from Massachutes, Boston


Got this beast of a computer yesterday and it was good...

  • from London, ON


Power supply failed after 2 months. It's only 180 watts so inadequate for most video cards. Installing new power supply in case was very awkward because of tight space. Upgrading power supply required cutting a tab off the back of the case because the HP proprietary power supply did not have the power plug in the standard position. The case is held together with rivets instead of screws which could also potentially be a problem. It's a fast computer for the money but the build quality is cheap. Not saying don't buy it but look under the covers before you decide.

  • from London, Ontario

Good Machine I7 / NVIDIA

Good machine, use it primarily to run my emulator programs Small footprint, very quiet machine No problems to date.

  • from Toronto, ON



  • from Toronto, ON

Excellent performance at an affordable price

I got this computer as I found my aging computers (MS Surface Pro, and a mid-2012 MacBook Air), while perfectly adequate for day-to-day computing, were totally not usable for video editing. I'm now working with 360 videos in 4K, and that means a lot of post-processing (stitching and then editing the clips to final). Without emptying the bank account, this HP Pavilion is right up to the task with the very capable i7-7700 processor and the discrete NVIDIA graphics. I've been running for 10 hours straight now at 100% CPU, and consistently at about 4.0GHz turbo frequency, and the computer hasn't missed a beat. In fact, I'm typing this review while two applications are stitching and exporting 4K videos. My only wish is HP went with 16GB RAM, as it stands, both slots are used (8GB and 4GB sticks), so you'd have to throw away the 4GB if you want to move up to 16GB. I'll sit on this upgrade for a bit. From what I gather in forums, the motherboard also has a slot available for M.2 SSD upgrade, but I haven't confirmed this by opening the case. This is something I would look into for better performance.

  • from Milton, ON

Overall a Great PC!!

Really impressed with this PC overall. Although I only play CS:GO, I can run it easily at 200+ fps on medium settings. The power supply needs to be upgraded for future upgrades in the long run. I did have a defected PC at first (made noise in headphones) but I got it exchanged easily from BestBuy.

  • from Mississauga, ON

HP's worst pc so far

I bought this computer last black Friday and the harddisk failed beyond recovery after 10 days. Did a full return (not exchanged) and bought and HP OMEN instead. It might be a manufacturing issue but not recommending it. Not worth it.

  • from Montréal, QC

4 Stars in my book

Been using this for a week now and I am a happy customer. The first couple of days, was worried because it was slower than my Asus with an I5 processor but then it got as fast because I guess it was upgrading and so forth. I use the Lan connections for the net so no problems so far concerning internet. The Microsoft Edge browser looked great but it seems to have issues with the favorites bar and importing your old ones, so I opted for Chrome and Internet Explorer 11 instead. Can't say I do a lot of heavy things with my PC so the I7 has not been properly tested yet. Boot is fast and the new Windows 10 overall is very good, just getting some used to coming from a windows 8.1 But I bought this to last me at least 4 years and wanted to upgrade from an I5. My complaint though is the number of USB ports in front, only 1 (2.0 or 3.0) and 1 USB type C. I think in this day of age, and for the price paid, they should have at least 4. Also the fact that it is closest to the bottom is an inconvenience. ASUS has them on the top which is great for fast connections. For the price point again, think they could have included 5.1 surround sound access in the back and offer a wireless Keyboard and Mouse . Other than that, nothing to say bad so far. The size for a desktop is pretty enticing. It is not thin to get you worried about temperature issues, but it isn't big to occupy lots of space. It is also light in weight. This is a very good buy but I am giving it 4 stars because of pricing and the few things it lacks that are really cheap additions that could have made it even greater.

  • from Montréal, QC

Issues with wi-fi card

The specs on this computer were excellent for the price ... and it seemed to deliver on the promises with regards to performance. However, though I got a very stable connection to my router via wi-fi, my access to the internet would be 'blocked ' intermittently from one session to the next. All other devices on the same wi-fi network worked without a problem. So basically this desktop was unusable on the wi-fi network (I didn't check the wired connection as my setup didn't permit me to do so - i.e. desktop and router are in different rooms). That was my experience. Too bad. Maybe I was just unlucky. In any case I returned the computer to the store and I have to admit that the return process was easy and quick. Can someone else with this computer verify that the wi-fi internet access works properly ? Thanks.

  • from Nepean, ON

So far so good!

Hard to rate this as there are MUCH better and MUCH worse machines. I'm comparing to a Intel i5 3rd generation that I'm replacing, so the rating is based on my experience with what I can afford. Just got this and began the setup; everything booted up pretty quick and there's been no snags so far. Having a network card to match the current speeds of today's internet is also great and I went from 36 mbps to 260mbps (On Roger's Gigabyte - Wireless). The video card is above par (Not the best, but better than a lot of the other integrated video cards in similar builds). The power supply is the only thing I'm seeing right away that doesn't make sense, which someone else noted in their comments. All in all, I probably could have built something similar for less, but I'll grab a cheap warranty straight from HP and not be hassled with any extra work for a few years!

  • from Coquitlam, BC

BEst Deal

only power was issue rest is amazing buy.

  • from Sidney, BC

BowWow (is the sound a dog makes)

... when the dog is stoked on his new monitor! amirite... OR....like, say, a computer...Wowza Only 4 stars because it didn't come with a dog. Still runs HorseIsle kinda laggy.

  • from Sidney, BC



  • from Markham, ON


The power supply is only 180W, it must be a joke! A gaming PC With i7-7700 and GTX 1050 at least needs 300W.

  • from Montréal, QC

How many Monitors could attach with this model?

It there VGA and DVI output? What is the maximum number of monitors its card could stand? Thanks Sam

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