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Dell Inspiron 545 Slim-tower Desktop system. (2 day offer) Q8300 2.5Ghz, 4gig, 640GB, 512meg graphics, 20" Monitor, Premium. £456 or less delivered £456.04

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Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum where applicable and take all Dell deals right through to checkout for final pricing. Use attached coupon for this price 305-D0045s04 Home site - Best … Read More
MikeT Avatar
[mod] 7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum where applicable and take all Dell deals right through to checkout for final pricing.

Use attached coupon for this price

305-D0045s04 Home site - Best price £456.04 Delivered.
Inspiron 545 ST(D0045S04)

Windows 7 Upgrade Eligible

Inspiron 545 Slim-tower with Black Bezel
Intel Core 2 Quad-Core Q8300 Processor (2.50GHz, 4MB cache, 1333MHz FSB)
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium with Service Pack 1, 32-bit - English
4096MB Dual Channel DDR2 800MHz [4x1024] Memory
640GB (7200rpm) SATA Hard Drive
512MB ATI® Radeon HD 4350 graphics card
Dell IN2010N 20' Widescreen Consumer Flat Panel Monitor - UK
Integrated Channel High Definition Audio
Dell USB Entry Keyboard - UK/Irish (QWERTY)
Dell 2 Button USB Scroll Optical Mouse - Black
DataSafe Online Backup 2GB 1 year
Piano Black
19-in-1 Media Card reader
DVD +/- RW Drive (read/write CD & DVD)
1 Year Limited Warranty - Collect & Return
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[mod]#1
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium SP1 (64 BIT) free upgrade
#2
its a pity u cant upgrade the memory with ram being so cheap i will wait until the have windows 7 preinstalled
so didnt vote
#3
You can upgrade to 8gig ram for an extra £70. Does that help?

Hot by me by the way.
#4
No it doesnt help. 32bit windows only supports up to 3gb of ram.
#5
Sentorious
You can upgrade to 8gig ram for an extra £70. Does that help?


It doesn't help with 32 bit windows, since more than 3gb is useless.

This deal does let you order 64bit for the same price though.

This might be a decent PC for browsing the net if you don't already have a monitor, but don't try playing any fancy games on it, and with the slim case it's not going to be possible to fit a good graphics card in (the included radeon 4350 is barely better than integrated graphics).
#6
Very tempted by this.

Anyone know if the graphics card would present a problem for some home video editing (mini dv tapes)?
1 Like #7
no it wouldn't

hot
banned#8
thankshotdeals
its a pity u cant upgrade the memory with ram being so cheap i will wait until the have windows 7 preinstalled
so didnt vote


how much ram does your pr0n collection need?
#9
bykergrove
how much ram does your pr0n collection need?


Will 3D glasses work with this desktop?
#10
any disadvantage over a normal tower system ???
#11
I bought that dell last week for 420 pounds :-( without a screen from currys.
Hot Deal.
banned#12
harmzz
any disadvantage over a normal tower system ???


its weakness is earthquakes
banned#13
Musicrab
Will 3D glasses work with this desktop?


you need dual screens brah
#14
I got one of these and you need a narrower card called a 'low profile card. I had to get a different soundcard from ebuyer cause could not get skype to work with hd audio. the card itself was not low profile and i got the bracket to mount to case from creative labs website, bout 7 pounds, not sure how the graphics would work as some cards seem huge so that won't work. I got a decent card fitted when i bought it, but looking back would not have bothered. I should have just got the graphics on the m/board and if i decided to upgrade later i could have. That aside mine has a noisy fan, and i'm not sure whether its worth the hassle getting them to fix it. It looks brillant, takes up less space and is easy wired up to a big tv, still not sorted out the sound though if anyone knows how to.
#15
harmzz
any disadvantage over a normal tower system ???


Probably card upgrade options, they are available. they are low profile cards
#16
After 4 hours managed to order it in Spain, cannot order from the UK site, must have the Spanish site, but you cannot have english (how difficult would it be for dell to allow multi-language on a site).
They had a similar offer on this model, 250 euros off, free delivery, but they had a lower hard disk 500Gb (I upped to 1Tb) only 3gb of memory (I upped to 4) a better monitor 21" HD 1080 (I upped to 23" HD 1080 fancy thing) other items the same, also found a 5% spanish code through google. Came out about £630 at todays rate mainly due to the monitor & Hard Disk upgrades.
#17
Jelly
no it wouldn't

hot


Thanks, rep added for help with my question.

OK, so if the graphics card is fine for video editing, can I ask another question that maybe you or someone else could answer:

This slim- tower business and the possible difficulties with expansion slots is confusing me a tad. I have gone through all the personalisation options on the deal and been through the specifications that seem to relate to the overall model - 545s. I can't see any mention of a firewire port, either included or as an option. Is this easy to add separately and does the model have the necessary expansion slot I would need?

Thanks for any help or advice anyone can add.
#18
Anyone able to help with my question above? Thanks in advance.
[mod]#19
There are 2 pci slots on this base unit, I dont think either is filled unless you spec'd something other than the standard setup. Just find a half height pci firewire card and pop it in the slot. Should work fine.
Some dells have a firewire slot in the front panel along with the audio and card reader though it doesnt mention one in the specs for this model.
#20
Flake99;6185880
Thanks, rep added for help with my question.

OK, so if the graphics card is fine for video editing, can I ask another question that maybe you or someone else could answer:

This slim- tower business and the possible difficulties with expansion slots is confusing me a tad. I have gone through all the personalisation options on the deal and been through the specifications that seem to relate to the overall model - 545s. I can't see any mention of a firewire port, either included or as an option. Is this easy to add separately and does the model have the necessary expansion slot I would need?

Thanks for any help or advice anyone can add.


There is one FireWire port at the back. You can check it out by going to the Dell website, finding the Studio Slim page and clicking on 'Closer Look'. Or just click here.
#21
Such a great deal, been waiting for something like this for a long time now. :thumbsup:

But I have one question, should I go for the 64bit windows? How does this affect future software purchases (if at all) and what are the main differences?

Thanks

TQ
#22
Hi Guys,
I wanted to ask whether i'll be able to run my monitor (via dvi 1920 x 1080) and my HD TV (via the other output...what is this btw?? This will be running at 1280 x 768 or 720p/1080i) comfortably without struugle?

Cheers,

DG
#23
Hotty McHot Hot! ;-)
#24
Where is the coupon to get this price? Has it already expired?

Hope not :(

Tek
[mod]#25
yes the coupon seems to have now expired, sorry so its 5% more now
#26
oh dear
#27
terriq;6189094
Such a great deal, been waiting for something like this for a long time now. :thumbsup:

But I have one question, should I go for the 64bit windows? How does this affect future software purchases (if at all) and what are the main differences?

Thanks

TQ


Go for 64bit.

32bit can only use a maximum of 3GB RAM so no matter how high you increase your memory, it'll always be stuck at 3GB on Windows. Whereas 64bit can use more.
#28
Artheido
Go for 64bit.

32bit can only use a maximum of 3GB RAM so no matter how high you increase your memory, it'll always be stuck at 3GB on Windows. Whereas 64bit can use more.


Just to echo Terriq's question, does it affect what software it will run?
#29
harmzz
any disadvantage over a normal tower system ???


yes its made by Dell build it you self lazy gits
#30
TP2;6195192
Just to echo Terriq's question, does it affect what software it will run?


Yep. Some 32bit software work fine on 64bit while others don't. When installing software, make sure it's compatible with 64bit. Usually applications will have an alternative 64bit version. Usually.
#31
Thanks MikeT, I pointed this deal out to my boss yesterday. I didn't think he went ahead but he came in this morning and announced he bought it last night with the upgrade to 23" monitor :)

Not intended for gaming use so a great spec for the price.
[mod]#32
Now £693 even with the coupon 5% off
#33
Delivery is bloody Sluggish.I thought it was bad enough when it said 22nd September, but now it's gone to 7th October. Bloody hell - it's costing £20 for delivery as well.
#34
manoir;6333619
Delivery is bloody Sluggish.I thought it was bad enough when it said 22nd September, but now it's gone to 7th October. Bloody hell - it's costing £20 for delivery as well.


The scary Dell computer rang us up, ours is scheduled to arrive today.
Probably been a much better deal during this ridiculous wait.


Edit: Just arrived, shame the desk is so packed there's nowhere to set it up.

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