• Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
  • Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
  • Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
  • Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
  • Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
  • Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
  • Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61
Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61

Acer Aspire Desktop, Intel Core i5-6400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ATC-780-UR61

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  • 6th Generation Intel Core i5-6400 processor 2.7GHz (up to 3.3GHz)
  • 8GB DDR4 2133MHz UDIMM Memory
  • 1TB 7200RPM SATA3 Hard Drive
  • Intel HD Graphics 530
  • Windows 10 Home

Customer Reviews

Problems After 12 months Purchased the system on 9/27/16 and had been working well. On October 15, 2017 just over 12 months later the system shut down and would not even boot up. Looks like a defective power source which I am having difficulty finding a replacement. Very disruptive to my business operations. 2Very nice computer. Some bloatware but my son Very nice computer. Some bloatware but my son, who is in the computer business, optimized it for me. Fast processor, sufficient RAM, great price. The mouse is ok but the keyboard is junk. Some keys have to be pressed really hard, others just touched. I bought wireless keyboard and mouse which are great. 5Acer Aspire Desktop 5 Star !!! I was in need of a new computer as my old one was very tired and outdated after 4 years. I researched online for at least one month and finally found the Acer Aspire Desktop on Amazon. The price point was great as was the spec's and upon firing it up I'm amazed what a new computer can do. The speed is lightning fast and I couldn't be happier. This computer has everything the average person needs for going online, not sure about heavy gaming as I don't really do that but otherwise it's great. I would recommend this computer in a heart beat and Amazon is the way to shop and fast shipping !! Check it out if you in need you will be very happy with it. 5Runs Ubuntu Reviewing the ATC-780: Five stars, because it's what I expected, and it serves my intended purpose.If you've researched this machine you know it isn't easy to find details, even from the Acer web site! And Amazon doesn't even show a picture of the rear of the box! So I thank reviewers like Gatgetman, Schwartz and JDThird for their detailed descriptions.I needed a basic machine with modest, up-to-date components. And I wanted it to run Ubuntu 16.04.1 without issues. This machine seems to satisfy both requirements.I installed Ubuntu as a single-boot (so far) system, wiping out OEM Windows-10 (ahh... the satisfaction!). Ubuntu installs and runs in UEFI mode, with secure-boot turned on; no complicated BIOS settings. Uses all open-source drivers except for something called "microcode firmware for Intel CPUs" which loaded automatically as an optional, additional driver (and seems to work just as well with or without). No glitches found so far. If you want to load an OS besides Win-10 (single- or double-boot) you must begin by changing boot order and turning off the Win-10 fast-start feature.If you're intending to use the pre-installed OS be prepared to navigate a load of crap-ware. 5Fastest desktop I've owned. . . . so far, so good. Flies like the wind as is & I haven't installed the extra 8 gigs of gddr4 yet. Nice machine.They only negative thing I've noticed, is the dvd tray. It is a flimsy as wet tissue paper. Should I sneeze with the drive open ?The tray will likely be Gone With The Wind.... hahaha. Thanks & have a Merry Christmas.p.s. I have yet to use the Other products I ordered. They all arrived in good shape, so I suspect all will work a-ok.... PEACE ! johnd 4Glad to have new I love my new computer. My old one - 8 years old, but probably 25 in computer years - was getting cranky. I updated to Windows 10, and that was the final straw. I had my grandson yank the hard drive and replace it so my sister can use it for playing games.But the truth is, I hate windows 10. It should be against the law. But I do love this computer anyway!!! 4Perfect after some small adjustments Perfect after a few adjustments. I backed up Windows to a USB stick. Added a M.2 SSD drive, wiped the original HDD and did a clean install of Windows on to the SSD. Wipes out any bloatware and removes the bottleneck the original HDD creates. Now the machine boots up and runs like butter. I use the original HDD for storage and programs I don't run often, and SSD for my main programs and OS. 4Very nice performance I have been building my own desktop PCs for many years. The cost advantages of building our own nowadays is not that great anymore as we could buy a nice performing desktop PC like this Acer Aspire desktop PC for a very reasonable price.To start with a bit of technical details, the Acer Aspire uses the Intel i5-6400 CPU running with the Windows 10 64 bit Home edition. It comes with 8 GB of memory and the motherboard has a spare memory slot which I believe could be used for an additional 8 GB DIMM module for expansion. It also has one PCI and one mini PCI slot for external devices. This desktop PC basically comes with everything you need with an abundant number of USB ports (5 in the back and 2 in front). You can hook up a monitor with either a HDMI cable or VGA monitor cable.It also has a DVD R/W drive and a SD memory card reader located on the front panel. The PC fans are also quite quiet.The Acer Aspire Desktop boot up pretty fast (less than 1 minute of boot time). It comes pre-packed with a bunch of trial software which I would not bother to use. In order to stop the annoyance of have some software keep popping up in your browser, you would need to manually uninstall them. Once that is done and have your own favorite software loaded, you would be a happy camper to see how well it performs.Here comes the fun part, the first thing I test with any new PCs is to run them with my favorite performance benchmarking software. I launched the latest version of the PCMark benchmarking software and see how the Acer Aspire desktop performs. To my pleasant surprise, it scored quite well with a PCMark score of 3001 which I think is very good for a PC in this price range. By no means I would be expecting this PC to be used for gaming purposes but its overall performance is quite respectable for a large number of general purpose computing and web surfing.I am attaching snapshots of the some of the Acer Aspire PC's details and the benchmarking results for your reference.Highly recommended for a desktop PC in this price range. 5Poor support experience ruins the deal This is a decent computer for the money but Acer support is quite unreasonable.After the computer had been in operation for a month the memory module failed. Based on the number of other issues I see in the Amazon.com reviews there seems to be a quality control issue with the Samsung DDR4 RAM Acer is using resulting in a number of failures. It is hard to tell from reviews whether this is a higher failure frequency than any other RAM but what we can tell is that Acer is less than supportive when it comes to product support.The replacement memory module might be $80 retail (probably a cost of $60 to Acer) and since it is a very small and light product the shipping would a small sum. The cost to ship the computer, however, is more than $80 and the customer has to pay for it one way.What this means is that Acer would rather spend $80 to ship the computer than to spend $65 to replace the memory that went bad. Not to mention cost their customer another $80 needlessly while being made whole by Samsung on the bad memory via an OEM RMA process.It makes no sense. I tend to be brand agnostic when it comes to computers, but I think what I have forgotten is that when it comes to technical support for a product the brand matters. In this case, Acer America is a complete letdown and I will avoid recommending them in the future. 2Good news/Bad news Good news/Bad news: it's fast and super quiet, which is good news but the reason it is so quiet is that there are no case fans, a small problem I can fix myself for less than $10. 4
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Problems After 12 months Purchased the system on 9/27/16 and had been working well. On October 15, 2017 just over 12 months later the system shut down and would not even boot up. Looks like a defective power source which I am having difficulty finding a replacement. Very disruptive to my business operations. 2Very nice computer. Some bloatware but my son Very nice computer. Some bloatware but my son, who is in the computer business, optimized it for me. Fast processor, sufficient RAM, great price. The mouse is ok but the keyboard is junk. Some keys have to be pressed really hard, others just touched. I bought wireless keyboard and mouse which are great. 5Acer Aspire Desktop 5 Star !!! I was in need of a new computer as my old one was very tired and outdated after 4 years. I researched online for at least one month and finally found the Acer Aspire Desktop on Amazon. The price point was great as was the spec's and upon firing it up I'm amazed what a new computer can do. The speed is lightning fast and I couldn't be happier. This computer has everything the average person needs for going online, not sure about heavy gaming as I don't really do that but otherwise it's great. I would recommend this computer in a heart beat and Amazon is the way to shop and fast shipping !! Check it out if you in need you will be very happy with it. 5Runs Ubuntu Reviewing the ATC-780: Five stars, because it's what I expected, and it serves my intended purpose.If you've researched this machine you know it isn't easy to find details, even from the Acer web site! And Amazon doesn't even show a picture of the rear of the box! So I thank reviewers like Gatgetman, Schwartz and JDThird for their detailed descriptions.I needed a basic machine with modest, up-to-date components. And I wanted it to run Ubuntu 16.04.1 without issues. This machine seems to satisfy both requirements.I installed Ubuntu as a single-boot (so far) system, wiping out OEM Windows-10 (ahh... the satisfaction!). Ubuntu installs and runs in UEFI mode, with secure-boot turned on; no complicated BIOS settings. Uses all open-source drivers except for something called "microcode firmware for Intel CPUs" which loaded automatically as an optional, additional driver (and seems to work just as well with or without). No glitches found so far. If you want to load an OS besides Win-10 (single- or double-boot) you must begin by changing boot order and turning off the Win-10 fast-start feature.If you're intending to use the pre-installed OS be prepared to navigate a load of crap-ware. 5Fastest desktop I've owned. . . . so far, so good. Flies like the wind as is & I haven't installed the extra 8 gigs of gddr4 yet. Nice machine.They only negative thing I've noticed, is the dvd tray. It is a flimsy as wet tissue paper. Should I sneeze with the drive open ?The tray will likely be Gone With The Wind.... hahaha. Thanks & have a Merry Christmas.p.s. I have yet to use the Other products I ordered. They all arrived in good shape, so I suspect all will work a-ok.... PEACE ! johnd 4Glad to have new I love my new computer. My old one - 8 years old, but probably 25 in computer years - was getting cranky. I updated to Windows 10, and that was the final straw. I had my grandson yank the hard drive and replace it so my sister can use it for playing games.But the truth is, I hate windows 10. It should be against the law. But I do love this computer anyway!!! 4Perfect after some small adjustments Perfect after a few adjustments. I backed up Windows to a USB stick. Added a M.2 SSD drive, wiped the original HDD and did a clean install of Windows on to the SSD. Wipes out any bloatware and removes the bottleneck the original HDD creates. Now the machine boots up and runs like butter. I use the original HDD for storage and programs I don't run often, and SSD for my main programs and OS. 4Very nice performance I have been building my own desktop PCs for many years. The cost advantages of building our own nowadays is not that great anymore as we could buy a nice performing desktop PC like this Acer Aspire desktop PC for a very reasonable price.To start with a bit of technical details, the Acer Aspire uses the Intel i5-6400 CPU running with the Windows 10 64 bit Home edition. It comes with 8 GB of memory and the motherboard has a spare memory slot which I believe could be used for an additional 8 GB DIMM module for expansion. It also has one PCI and one mini PCI slot for external devices. This desktop PC basically comes with everything you need with an abundant number of USB ports (5 in the back and 2 in front). You can hook up a monitor with either a HDMI cable or VGA monitor cable.It also has a DVD R/W drive and a SD memory card reader located on the front panel. The PC fans are also quite quiet.The Acer Aspire Desktop boot up pretty fast (less than 1 minute of boot time). It comes pre-packed with a bunch of trial software which I would not bother to use. In order to stop the annoyance of have some software keep popping up in your browser, you would need to manually uninstall them. Once that is done and have your own favorite software loaded, you would be a happy camper to see how well it performs.Here comes the fun part, the first thing I test with any new PCs is to run them with my favorite performance benchmarking software. I launched the latest version of the PCMark benchmarking software and see how the Acer Aspire desktop performs. To my pleasant surprise, it scored quite well with a PCMark score of 3001 which I think is very good for a PC in this price range. By no means I would be expecting this PC to be used for gaming purposes but its overall performance is quite respectable for a large number of general purpose computing and web surfing.I am attaching snapshots of the some of the Acer Aspire PC's details and the benchmarking results for your reference.Highly recommended for a desktop PC in this price range. 5Poor support experience ruins the deal This is a decent computer for the money but Acer support is quite unreasonable.After the computer had been in operation for a month the memory module failed. Based on the number of other issues I see in the Amazon.com reviews there seems to be a quality control issue with the Samsung DDR4 RAM Acer is using resulting in a number of failures. It is hard to tell from reviews whether this is a higher failure frequency than any other RAM but what we can tell is that Acer is less than supportive when it comes to product support.The replacement memory module might be $80 retail (probably a cost of $60 to Acer) and since it is a very small and light product the shipping would a small sum. The cost to ship the computer, however, is more than $80 and the customer has to pay for it one way.What this means is that Acer would rather spend $80 to ship the computer than to spend $65 to replace the memory that went bad. Not to mention cost their customer another $80 needlessly while being made whole by Samsung on the bad memory via an OEM RMA process.It makes no sense. I tend to be brand agnostic when it comes to computers, but I think what I have forgotten is that when it comes to technical support for a product the brand matters. In this case, Acer America is a complete letdown and I will avoid recommending them in the future. 2Good news/Bad news Good news/Bad news: it's fast and super quiet, which is good news but the reason it is so quiet is that there are no case fans, a small problem I can fix myself for less than $10. 4
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