Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF Desktop Computer i7-4790 3.60GHz 32GB Windows 10 at ITZoo for £319
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Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF Desktop Computer i7-4790 3.60GHz 32GB Windows 10 at ITZoo for £319

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Found 15th Dec 2017
Refurbished PC. With 32gb RAM. MD RADEON HD 8570 1GB card. Comes with a 500gb hard drive. All it really needs is a SSD to replace the hard drive and you have a fine desktop PC.
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Optiplex is the best in Dell series and my top choice for a desktop. So quiet, you hardly notice when it's running.
That's reasonable. Stick a 1050 graphics card in there for £100 and you're good to go
out of stock
Sold out.
Ooh, tempting. Will I be able to put this in a new case and use a better PSU?
Already sold out?
Oos
andersh2 m ago

Ooh, tempting. Will I be able to put this in a new case and use a better …Ooh, tempting. Will I be able to put this in a new case and use a better PSU?


No.
MrBeatnik9 m ago

That's reasonable. Stick a 1050 graphics card in there for £100 and you're …That's reasonable. Stick a 1050 graphics card in there for £100 and you're good to go



Maybe, if you can find a half-height one. That's one of Dell's "SFF" machines. I'm not even sure it has a slot for a graphics card.
Can someone recommend other places to buy refurnished stuff from?
Would this be able to play garrys mod on
Seems like a decent price.
Dam.... Sold out. Was very keen on this as a decent retropie setup in the living room. + you can get 10% off, oh well
Never was in stock - it's been OOS for ages
Why do you need 32gb Ram?
andersh1 h, 32 m ago

Ooh, tempting. Will I be able to put this in a new case and use a better …Ooh, tempting. Will I be able to put this in a new case and use a better PSU?


But wouldnt it be better to just buy the parts seperate if you're going to build it anyway?
Norseg19 m ago

Why do you need 32gb Ram?


For a home user you wont need it.

But many people prefer it or even actually need it.

I run 16GB in my non gaming Dell desktop.
If you could gut the insides and out it in a bigger case be ideal
J4GG444 m ago

For a home user you wont need it.But many people prefer it or even …For a home user you wont need it.But many people prefer it or even actually need it.I run 16GB in my non gaming Dell desktop.


What for? Any examples? I am a gamer and mine runs fine with 8gb. Usually 2gbs ram free
J4GG446 m ago

For a home user you wont need it.But many people prefer it or even …For a home user you wont need it.But many people prefer it or even actually need it.I run 16GB in my non gaming Dell desktop.


Is it so you can run 2 windows of Google Chrome?
Norseg17 m ago

Is it so you can run 2 windows of Google Chrome?




Yeah that's about right. I regularly have circa 100 tabs open and it chews through about 12gb RAM. 32gb soon becomes essential with the ff tabs, word, excel, VM etc...
How many hard drives can you install in these?
Could something like be suitable as a recording server for a home CCTV set-up? With the correct software and hard drive storage of course.
thetarget1 h, 25 m ago

Could something like be suitable as a recording server for a home CCTV …Could something like be suitable as a recording server for a home CCTV set-up? With the correct software and hard drive storage of course.


Why not? I've got the dell 7020 sff i5 desktop which i used as a regular desktop PC and to record my CCTV to, Its worked like a charm for 4 years 24/7. Surprised my PSU hasn't gone yet as when i worked in IT I used to change these PSU's all the time.
J4GG41 h, 45 m ago

Why not? I've got the dell 7020 sff i5 desktop which i used as a regular …Why not? I've got the dell 7020 sff i5 desktop which i used as a regular desktop PC and to record my CCTV to, Its worked like a charm for 4 years 24/7. Surprised my PSU hasn't gone yet as when i worked in IT I used to change these PSU's all the time.

Wasn't sure if it will be a bit too powerful for the job in question; or something similar and cheaper is more suitable.
thetarget35 m ago

Wasn't sure if it will be a bit too powerful for the job in question; or …Wasn't sure if it will be a bit too powerful for the job in question; or something similar and cheaper is more suitable.


Look on ebay for the dell 790, the i5 model will go for around the £100 mark. If you need more ram its not that expensive either.
Norseg15th Dec

But wouldnt it be better to just buy the parts seperate if you're going to …But wouldnt it be better to just buy the parts seperate if you're going to build it anyway?


This processor and 32gb of ram looked like a nice upgrade over my aging (but still okay) FX-6300. I was wondering if I could take out mobo, CPU and RAM, and put into my existing case with my PSU. Seems it's a moot point on this deal, but I'd be interested to know in general for a future deal. I see lots of comments on HUKD about Dell using unusual power connectors. Are their mobos unusable with normal PSUs?
Edited by: "andersh" 18th Dec 2017
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