HP launched HP Pavilion P6510f Desktop PC

by Dev Duff on June 8, 2010

HP Pavilion P6510fHP launched today the HP Pavilion P6510f Desktop PC, an affordable HP computer for those who have a smaller budget but would like to get their hands on a decent computer system that not only do the regular tasks but can also play the modern day PC games. You can define the HP Pavilion P6510f Desktop PC as a reliable desktop computer that’s affordable, high on value, performance and features. This HP Pavilion P6510f review will highlight the features of this new computer system and we will also talk about the system specifications and upgrade options. For those who wish to buy a gaming system at low price, the P6510f is an ideal option. The HP P6510f price is $579.99 as per the HP website.

HP released the HP Pavilion P6510f desktop PC and it is available for purchase at the HP store for price: $579.99, check the HP Pavilion P6510f page for more information on price and rebates.

HP Pavilion P6510f Review

HP P6510f DesktopThe HP Pavilion P6510f desktop PC is an affordable desktop computer for anyone who likes to surf the web, check emails, editing photos, creating home videos, mixing audio, shop on the web, multimedia designing, gaming and more. This is a very good PC which is powered with the 2.8GHz AMD Athlon II X4 630 Quad-Core processor. The operating system is fast and reliable, the Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. To begin with, this PC has 4 GB PC3-10600 DDR3 SDRAM which is enough to make your computer think faster. Enjoy high quality view with the ATI Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics and store as many videos as you wish. The whooping 750 GB SATA hard drive can hold a lot more data than you can imagine, it allows tremendous amount of data storage. This PC can almost do anything that you would want it to do: high quality video, watch movies, high definition sound, higher on productivity, higher on value, fast desktop PC and it comes with first class warranty and support.

HP Pavilion P6510f Specifications

Operating system – Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Processor – AMD Athlon II 630 Quad-Core Processor
Memory – 4GB
Memory speed – PC3-10600 DDR3 SDRAM memory (2x2048MB)
Total memory slots – 4 DIMM (240-pin, DDR3) (2 available)
Maximum memory expansion – Expandable to 16GB
Graphics card – ATI Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics
TV & entertainment experience – N/A
PCI expansion – 3 PCI Express x1 (three available)(24) ;1 PCI Express x16 (one available)(24) ;1 MiniCard (one available)
Hard drive – 750GB 7200RPM Serial ATA hard drive
Primary CD/DVD drive – SuperMulti DVD Burner with LightScribe Technology(6) ;Write: 16x max DVD±R, 12x max DVD±R DL, 8x max DVD+RW, 6x max DVD-RW, 12x max DVD-RAM, 40x max CD-R, 32x max CD-RW Read: 16x max DVD-ROM, 40x max CD-ROM
Secondary CD/DVD drive – N/A
Networking – 10/100/1000Base-T network interface
Sound card – High Definition Audio with up to 7.1 surround sound capabilities
Speakers – N/A
Front-side bus (processor dependent) – 4000MHz System Bus
Power supply – N/A
Dimensions – Unpackaged: 16.85″(L) x 6.97″(W) x 15.32″(H/D) approx.;Packaged: 23.03″(L) x 19.61″(W) x 9.65″(H/D) approx
Basic warranty – 1 year limited hardware warranty and 1 year software support

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When it comes to desktop PC, I still prefer buying PC components and assembling its instead of buying a branded one. Don’t know, seems like a better value for the money. :)


Iraqi Dinar

I always like to go with HP products,, same as this time. thanks for sharing…



YAYYYYY I got my P6510F and it is a VERY good computer system, perhaps the best I’ve ever had within such a low price. I have Alienware and Cyberpower PCs but those are expensive systems. This one is for my office where I don’t play games too often but whenever I want to, I can haha. HP is an excellent brand to go with.



P6510f is an excellent computer system well within the affordable range. If your budget is low, this is the best system to go with.



I just purchased my hp p6510f. I purchased mine with office 2010 etc. as a package. As far as performance is concerned, I would say that its is a great perforance computer so far. Multitasking seems not to slow down anything down. I would recommend getting an extended warranty as HP warranty only covers certain things and since if it is the motherboard and you have to send it out its much easier to do through your reputable retailer who handles computers and may have a Geek Squade available.



As a pro photographer, I bought this computer as the next step in my personal evolution. I am working on being a Videographer and I needed this very faster and powerful yet inexpensive computer with all the on board software I needed.
I have always been a big fan of HP and still will be for many many years to come. I thought about building a new system myself but found as I grow older, it’s a bit harder to see the small print on the parts.
This computer exceeds all my expectations for performance and versatility, my old parts fit perfectly from my old HP Pavilion, and the older XP compatible software is running perfectly with the Windows 7 OS.

PLUS …. It’s a beautiful shiny black that hides nicely under my desk!


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