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Gateway SX2110G-UW308 (DT.GDYAA.001) Desktop PC AMD Dual-Core Processor E1-1200 (1.40GHz) 4GB DDR3 500GB HDD No Screen Windows 8

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  • AMD Dual-Core Processor E1-1200 (1.40GHz)
  • 4GB DDR3 500GB HDD
  • Windows 8
  • No Screen
  • AMD Radeon HD 7310
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The Gateway SX computer comes loaded with state of the art components and technology to sail through your daily work and play. Its ultra compact profile, which measures only a third of the size of a traditional chassis, fits easily in your home, office or other space-sensitive environments. The latest Windows 8 OS rounds out the reasons why the Gateway SX is your absolute first choice for both productivity and entertainment needs.  All the power. A third the size.

  • newegg Stylish Soft curves and a matte black finish convey a sense of quiet and elegance. Glossy trim and a chrome logo badge add a tasteful touch to a small chassis that addresses a practical need for space.
  • newegg Powerful Advanced APU E1-1200 dual-core processor delivers sufficient performance to handle your daily office tasks, while discrete class AMD Radeon HD 7310 graphics, which is integrated right into the CPU chip, supercharges your games, movies and more. Plus, this set up delivers better power efficiency for less heat generation and a reduced electrical bill.
  • newegg Simple Front-panel access makes it all easy for you! Commonly used USB ports, audio jacks and the digital media card reader are located along the front bottom edge of the PC, right in front of the user.
  • newegg Windows 8 is uniquely yours Windows 8 has been reimagined to be all about you. Put what matters most right on your Start screen and get instant access to your people, apps, sites, and more, so you can spend less time searching and more time doing.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 90 days
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 90 days


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  • R. P.
  • 7/9/2014 4:43:34 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood basic PC

Pros: Price, small, Windows 8, 4 gig Ram, HDMI port, runs my business software just fine. I did however install Windows 7 X64 instead of the pre-loaded Windows 8. Wanted to try Win 8 though so now I did. yuck.

Cons: Was disappointed that there is no LPT port. I have an older laser printer and was left hanging when it got here. Easy to hash out though with USB's

Other Thoughts: Good for a basic computer for an office, or for mom or a kids 1st PC.

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  • Richard B.
  • 6/20/2014 6:50:09 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsStuck

Pros: Such a nice little product, but I'm amazed at the lack of information about it such as how many owners managed to install new OS or SSD, etc. Now I'm stuck at disk not found error, even changing secure boot in BIOS. I actually
installed Windows 7 on a new SSD, but at reboot again disk not recognized.
I even wrote Newegg months ago on a different product about contacting a reviewer with a question (such as a forum), but that never went very far.

Cons: Refurbisher or Newegg has no tech support, only RMA.

Other Thoughts: Any ideas, I'm rebates3 at verizon dot net, and thanks.

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  • william c.
  • 5/8/2014 2:15:07 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat Low
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsMixed emotions!

Pros: After downloading 101 updates and windows 8.1 the system performs good easy to figure out!

Cons: Came in a box with airbags, which all but one was flat! The lack of care in packaging resulted in a mouse cord cut in two, a keyboard that has non functioning keys! And the DDR3 memory card was unplugged and lying in the bottom of the case! I plugged it back in then computer works fine! The mouse as well as the keyboard are generic junk!

Other Thoughts: You would think from previous purchasers that have complained about shipping damage that shipping department would maybe use bubble wrap and separators to keep things from slamming into each other!

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  • Arthur W.
  • 4/15/2014 5:22:39 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs100-hour burn-in is alive and well...

Pros: Small footprint, upgradeable to Windows 8.1 (huh - right?), can do a pretty fair job of loading web pages, adequate processor for a low-end desk unit, 64-bit. This processor stays pretty well maxed out though. Load Task Manager and watch how Windows pushes it at or near 100% quite frequently. Definitely do your Windows Updates with nothing else going on. I had some fail, and my router spat this thing off the network, but not sure if that was due to CPU overload or the upcoming heap-big hiccup that was to later occur.

Cons: The 64-bit looks like a plus, until you see that the OS behaves like an x86 with Windows reporting that only 3.71 GB of the 4 gigs of RAM can be used by the OS. The rest is consumed by the onboard graphics, so upgrading to a couple of gigs of RAM more might help some...

Other Thoughts: Like Rodney might have said, this thing is running pretty good now, but last week it was in pretty bad shape. I took it out of the box on the 11th, went through the 200 updates belonging to Windows 8, then did the 8.1 upgrade.

By the 13th I had all my programs pretty much installed, when I tried the DVD player. A movie looked good, so I tried a CD and it was terribly garbled. Got the home-made drivers disc out and started repairing the audio driver when the system crashed with a thud and Windows refused to even try to start from then on.

These folks know what they are talking about when they say you should burn your recovery and drivers discs ASAP (which I did as soon as I got through the new registration process).

Still, it took hours of the BIOS looping, my restarting from Recovery page, my shutting down, my unplugging the thing from the wall, etc.

I have no idea how, but eventually I was able to do a factory reset using the recovery disc, and started all over again. If I had it to do all over again, I would plug it in and let it cook for 4 days (once I had the recovery discs, that is.)

Should you shy away from Gateway based on this? This seems to be a pretty common recommendation among manufacturers these days with doing these emergency discs first thing right out of the box strongly recommended.

My second go-around I created a restore point after the first 99 updates, then another after the next 101. After the 8.1 upgrade I figured it was time to do another restore point. Guess what? My previous two restore points were wiped out by the 8.1 install. Luckily it seems to be running ok for now, so maybe it got whatever was bugging it out of its system. I was able to successfully do a System Image after all programs were installed, so from now on it should be smooth sailing.

Hopefully. LOL

And yes, now both a DVD and a CD will play and with the thing in the upright position.

Footnote to Windows 8:
Hey. I hated it as much as the next guy. But having been forced to go this route, I eventually got used to finding stuff in this clunky (but brighter than a peacock) GUI. Once you get past 8 and arrive at 8.1 things are a lot friendlier to us users who now finally can find out how to X out of a program again. Sorta.

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  • thomas w.
  • 4/3/2014 12:37:20 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggswin some and you loose some

Pros: great mid range pc can surf web and play games that aren't too hard video wise....packaging was fine and shipment was on time without much fuss...i know they are refurbished but they (why they i bought 3 of them for my kids and wife) looked new and well wrapped ...and now read on for the mess..lol

Cons: the only con is kinda windows 8 and the update to 8.1 and that's not neweggs fault

Other Thoughts: never and i mean never unless you like punishing yourself and have alot of coffee set-up 3 pc update windows 8 to 8.1 and configure at the same time....what a nightmare..lol.
actually it wasn't too bad... first off 1 of the pc (and this where i should have stopped)looked a little different from the other 2 (no stickers) they all booted up fine. windows 8 setup is a nightmare if you have a weak or slow internet connection...but that should be expected 24 hours to update and setup...but the one that looked different windows wouldn't activate (it told me this license limit was reached and calling Microsoft was a waste of time i had to buy a new cd key) and then the sound chip on the motherboard died and on the 35 day so did the motherboard....i know i should have returned it sooner but this was my fault.....but that one computer seemed to slip by the refurbishing dept not finished.....but i guess 2 out of 3 aint bad....(nice song ref..lol)..the lesson here is to be picky and really look them over first and dont be like me and not return them right away.....this doesn't reflect on newegg at all i still do recommend them.....

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  • Gustave V.
  • 3/27/2014 1:43:20 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood basic machine

Pros: Great price/value. Works very well. I bought this machine mostly to give Windows 8 a try. I've already upgraded it to 8.1. As other posts have mentioned, it can take some time. Before upgrading it I let a few windows updates complete until I saw "upgrade to 8.1" in the store page.

As far as the machine itself goes, it's not a gaming computer, nor is it a multimedia editing powerhouse. I bought mine for $179.00 and didn't expect it to be either of those. But I will say for what I spent I'm quite happy with it. If you figure what a copy of Windows will cost you, a hard drive, case etc... you couldn't build anything for what this cost. It seems very sturdy, and like other reviews have mentioned, mine looks like it's a brand new machine.

I have already added some more RAM I had lying around, it came with 4 Gigs but now has 8. I have two 8 gig sticks lying around but I don't think it can use that much. I ordered a controller card so I can add a 2TB drive to it, and use my two 2TB ESATA drives with it.

It's got a nice small foot print, and should fit very nicely next to my home theater. I'm pretty much going to use it as a storage/media player. Which is another good point. If you had to go out and buy a DVD player with internet access you'd probably spend close to what this cost.

This would be perfect for internet browsing, emailing, light word processing..a great machine for an older person.

Mine came with 4 gigs of ram, a 500 gig hard drive, keyboard and mouse. There is a slot for a video card and one PCIE slot. I ordered a controller card so I could add another drive and use my ESATA drives with this.

Cons: No back-up disk..but not a big deal. I already made an image of the drive in it's vanilla state and threw it on one of my storage drives.

Other Thoughts: I bought this to give Windows 7 a try...takes a little to get used to but for the most part seems like a good OS. THe 8.1 upgrade is worth it. Just set it up to do it over night and let it do it's thing. I also bough this machine because it's been a long time since I had an AMD based system. My last one was a AMD K6/3 on a Tyan Trinity super socket 7 board, which by the way I still use now and then to play old Dos based games like Mech Warrior. I've got a nice gaming machine sitting next to that, and an Intel PBZ875 with a P4 3.2 gig extreme edition running Windows XP.

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  • Ronald C.
  • 3/25/2014 7:00:11 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsToo Good To Pass Up

Pros: Light, small, inexpensive, large hard drive, 4 GB RAM, Windows 8 - 64 bit operating system, HDMI output, no tax, not loaded with junk programs, seems to be brand new.
Of course, very fast shipping.

Cons: 1.4 Ghz processor

Other Thoughts: I talked two of my buddies into upgrading to these, if for nothing else than to become familiar with the Windows 8 operating system. I "prep" their computers for them and I was impressed from the time I saw the small UPS package on my porch. From there, it just got better. I've spent two and three days prepping their computers in the past, between updating, uninstalling junk, installing cards, hardware upgrades and installing the necessary software from other sources. This time it took me no time at all. Most of the time I spent tinkering with the settings, because I enjoy it.
I'm self taught, and don't know don't understand one tenth of what I'd love to understand about computers, but this one has been a pleasure to work with.
For $175, it's a great deal for a great computer.

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  • Michael F.
  • 3/5/2014 9:26:29 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsNot Bad for the $$$

Pros: Price, small footprint, appears to be a brand new unit.

Cons: Requires a lot of work if want to use it as a HTPC. Noticeably slower than a machine with a 3 + Ghz CPU.

Other Thoughts: A friend of mine bought this here on Newegg, but had a lot of problems, so he asked me to look at it. First thing I did was a system refresh, which reinstalls windows 8 from the restore partition, saving any data on the HDD. Unfortunately, it also reinstalls all the bloatware. So, after over 100 windows updates, I uninstalled everything except the OS. Put on classic shell to make it useable and free windows defender for anti virus. Did not update to 8.1. You need to get the AMD catalyst driver and software to get video scaling and HDMI audio to work properly. Make sure you update the other drivers as well. Now it will play netflix, youtube, and stream media via xbmc, all in HD to a big screen TV. XBMC and VLC will easily do 1080p, and the neflix metro app has higher quality video than playing in a browser.

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  • Bradley T.
  • 3/2/2014 3:14:50 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsOutstanding so far....

Pros: Quiet, boots fast, very competent machine

Cons: Some syncing lag between video/audio with HD Netflix but non-HD was awesome. Not sure if it's the GPU or Netflix....

Other Thoughts: As other reviewers have noted, was pleasantly surprised to learn that the PC was upgraded to 6 GB RAM and AMD E1-1500 processor. CPU tower looked new upon receipt and keyboard & mouse appeared to be brand new (keyboard had protective film). Operation with Windows 8 is awesome and display looks great on my Viewsonic. Using non-touch display with Windows 8 but it works fine. Let's see how it stands up to the test of time. At this point, would purchase another in a heartbeat....

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  • David M.
  • 2/16/2014 8:48:36 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsgreat buy. amazing deal

Pros: Decent fast computer for any one in need for a friend who can't afford or a family that has needed one for a year.

Cons: I'm a decent nerd and that's the hard drive I here clicking on start up.... replacement is ex ofc but annoying. .
And as a cheap comp for my family it's good enough

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