Acer Aspire TC-780 / ATC-780-AMZi5 Review: $400 Upgradeable Quad Core i5 PC

Dec 04, 2017

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  1. Ian Flindt

    Hi, I'm a technophobe who is eager for some help. I have a TC-780 but the two HDMI ports on the back are blocked by what appears to be an inaccessible and irremovable plastic casing (despite the fact that the PC was advertised as having HDMI connectivity). Would anyone know why that is?

    There is also a port at the bottom of the back of the casing, located next to the DVI port which I'm using to connect my monitor. Would you know what that is? I thought perhaps that it might have been an HDMI port, but I've tried inserting an HDMI cable into it without success.

    I do wish the PC had come with a set-up poster – that might have answered these queries from the outset.

    Any guidance would be much appreciated.

  2. matt hombre

    I've never had a pc before so I don't know what he's talking about but I just want a cheap computer to play steam games like gta or cod, should I buy?

  3. Dragracer

    I bought this computer and its fantastic I would recommend it to anyone. the only thing is that you get way over 90fps in minecraft with high settings you get around 100-200 low settings you can get 100-700 the most i got was 1400 but i was starring into the void with f1 on. So overall this computer is awesome i would get it

  4. Arijit Choudhury

    Is Dual boot possible on this system like Windows 10 Home and CentOS7? If Yes, Can someone guide me on how to achieve it and what all changes are required to be done in UEFI/BIOS?

  5. Eric Sanchez

    How would this Acer compare to this Lenovo? Lenovo H50-55 90BG003JUS (Office Depot $399.99 Sale price)
    – A10-7800 quad core, 12GB, 2TB, Win10, Radeon R7, 3.5GHz. I'm down to deciding between these two PC's

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