I bought several outlet Athlon II and Phenom II machines around 2009-2010 for family and friends. I'm impressed how well they've hung in there. Windows 7 was brand new and the whole computer was < $450. All received Samsung SSD upgrades and some memory during the free Windows 10 upgrade period in 2015. All of them were Dell Inspiron 570s and initially failed to take a direct Windows 10 upgrade. An error I can't remember then it would roll back to Windows 7. Finally 1809 allowed the upgrade to work so I got my hands on all of them and for the update. These machines are still decent internet and office home solutions. I get a kick out of seeing all four cores maxed the entire time during hands on maintenance. Day to day the owners are happy with them. It makes me wonder what the slowest CPUs are today that still run Windows 10 quickly enough to be a good basic home computer? I know this is [H] but I love seeing old hardware running well.