HP computers are excellent and also allows you to install windows without needing a COA key.
I have several now and newest member added to HP computer herd is HP mini 800 G5 with i5 and removed hard drive spinner with it's caddy, upgraded to NVME 1TB WD Black and added matched another 16GB to the current 16GB memory for 32GB total. I needed to purchase was expensive for first time in order to learn and train on servicing windows 11. Boots up in 10 seconds.
Nice thing about this one it has second slot for second NVME SSD!
At local computer store did not have WD Black NVME with attached heatsink so had to purchase EK NVME heatsink based on several conditions due to physical limitations in this mini plus I require spring clamps which is rare feature, most of them out there is screws or silicone rubber bands (!!) and fins too narrow and too fine pitch or solid. The HP NVME heatsinks is designed badly (wire clamps exceeded width limitations). The best one is not available yet is from a latest HP workstataion Z mini (springs within the heatsink width).
Windows 11 really likes to have 64GB judging by how it handles the memory resources. One day I'll splurge and get set of 64GB.
Heat is nearly nothing, I was careful to purchase one that is 65W version as it has 3 differences, one is top cover has grille vent, second is heatsink is copper instead of aluminum, finally third, the motherboard has one more phase for the CPU Vcore VRM for total of 4 phases instead of three.
Maximum CPU it can take is i9-9900 which is extremely nice to know.
Great Northern aka Canada.