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Dell Optiplex 9020USFF PC i5 4590s 3.0Ghz 256GB SSD Windows 10, refurbished, £122 at ITZOO
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Dell Optiplex 9020USFF PC i5 4590s 3.0Ghz 256GB SSD Windows 10, refurbished, £122 at ITZOO

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Posted 27th Sep
Dell Optiplex 9020USFF PC i5 4590s 3.0Ghz 256GB SSD Windows 10, refurbished, £122 by entering THANK10 for 10% discount (£5.00 for UK delvery)

Grade: A Grade Refurbished Computer
Brand & Model: Dell Optiplex 9020 USFF Desktop
Processor: Intel i5 4th Generation 4590s 3.0GHz
Screen: N/A
Memory: 8GB DDR3
Storage: 256GB SSD
Optical Drive: N/A
Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics 4400
Input Device: None
Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
Wireless: No
Bluetooth: No
Ports: 2 X USB 2.0 Ports (Rear) , 4 USB 3.0 Ports (2 Front / 2 Rear), RJ-45 Ethernet Port, VGA port, DisplayPort
Warranty: 12 Months
Info:
Smart productivity
Work efficiently with the OptiPlex™ 9020, featuring advanced performance, flexibility and connectivity to help your business succeed.

Achieve high performance
Harness 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ processor options including Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, ample storage, Intel® HD graphics and high-bandwidth memory of the OptiPlex 9020.
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£122 for this after 10% discount, use THANKS10. They charge £5.00 for UK delivery.
Great price as it is with 256Gb SSD and new copy of Windows 10. It has got 4 x USB 3 ports.
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Great price especially with a 256 ssd
Older 4th Generation Intel i5, current latest is 9th Generation, but still good for most for general use, faster SSD
lovely price good enough fol loads of users. I still use 4th gen i7 so lovely deal.
hotdealer88827/09/2019 08:01

Older 4th Generation Intel i5, current latest is 9th Generation, but still …Older 4th Generation Intel i5, current latest is 9th Generation, but still good for most for general use, faster SSD


The generation thing barely matters now - until 8th gen when they added more cores for the same level chip, IPC hasn’t actually increased much. This’ll happily rip through most workloads.
hotdealer88827/09/2019 08:01

Older 4th Generation Intel i5, current latest is 9th Generation, but still …Older 4th Generation Intel i5, current latest is 9th Generation, but still good for most for general use, faster SSD


For £122 anyone would just want a general use pc, and this CPU will be more than good enough to handle that for years to come.
vraxxos27/09/2019 09:57

For £122 anyone would just want a general use pc, and this CPU will be …For £122 anyone would just want a general use pc, and this CPU will be more than good enough to handle that for years to come.


And fitted with a new 256 Gb SSD, faster than HDD
Edited by: "hotdealer888" 27th Sep
vraxxos27/09/2019 09:57

For £122 anyone would just want a general use pc, and this CPU will be …For £122 anyone would just want a general use pc, and this CPU will be more than good enough to handle that for years to come.


You could also fit a Low Profile GPU such as a 1050 (Ti) and would make a decent little 1080p gaming PC.
Gormond27/09/2019 10:20

You could also fit a Low Profile GPU such as a 1050 (Ti) and would make a …You could also fit a Low Profile GPU such as a 1050 (Ti) and would make a decent little 1080p gaming PC.


Happen to know if the mobo has a PCI-e port on it?
Like your thinking there.
Would this play Minecraft suitably without an additional graphics card. My son would like one but because only for minecraft java don't want to go overkill. Just link to TV via hdmi or VGA in this case. I've seem comments "you can run it on a potato" but I'm sure he'd want to play optifine and mods at playable rate. I've been looking for weeks but the more I look the more confusing it seems to get.
moorevfr27/09/2019 10:29

Happen to know if the mobo has a PCI-e port on it?Like your thinking there.


Yeah there is a PCIe slot, just make sure you get an Low Profile card.
darrenhannahb96a127/09/2019 10:32

Would this play Minecraft suitably without an additional graphics card. My …Would this play Minecraft suitably without an additional graphics card. My son would like one but because only for minecraft java don't want to go overkill. Just link to TV via hdmi or VGA in this case. I've seem comments "you can run it on a potato" but I'm sure he'd want to play optifine and mods at playable rate. I've been looking for weeks but the more I look the more confusing it seems to get.


It will work but might not be a great experience - if not just throw in a cheap GPU.
Thanks Gormond.
moorevfr27/09/2019 10:29

Happen to know if the mobo has a PCI-e port on it?Like your thinking there.


It has mPCI-e.
Stompa27/09/2019 10:43

It has mPCI-e.


Really? This must be different that the 9020s I have worked with, I didn't realise they made them without PCIe slots.

In which case I change what I said above, you wont be able to install a GPU
Edited by: "Gormond" 27th Sep
Adding a low profile, half useless 1050ti to this will set you back the guts of £300 in total. You can buy a brand new Ryzen 3 2200g system from lenovo as posted the other day for between £250 and £279. New, warranty, 1tb Drive etc? WHY would you throw good money into such rubbish?
aidan.conway27/09/2019 10:57

Adding a low profile, half useless 1050ti to this will set you back the …Adding a low profile, half useless 1050ti to this will set you back the guts of £300 in total. You can buy a brand new Ryzen 3 2200g system from lenovo as posted the other day for between £250 and £279. New, warranty, 1tb Drive etc? WHY would you throw good money into such rubbish?


Are you comparing integrated graphics in a 2200g to a 1050 Ti?...
This is the USFF, there's no room to fit a low profile graphics card in there, it's mPCI-e? Correct me if I'm wrong.

Good price and ITZoo are great. I'm happy with my HP Elite i5 which was on last month for £86 all in, just stuck a LP750ti in (old but cheap!) and it runs quite nicely
Great for general use, especially if you want something for the kids to do homework on.
Gormond27/09/2019 10:56

Really? This must be different that the 9020s I have worked with, I didn't …Really? This must be different that the 9020s I have worked with, I didn't realise they made them without PCIe slots.


See here:

dell.com/sup…ter

Presumably it could be used for a WiFi card?
Edited by: "Stompa" 27th Sep
No. Obviously not. Integrated and discrete GPUs are worlds apart. The point here is to suggest that using this particular machine, even if it were a SFF model with a PCIe slot, adding a 1050ti low profile is a pure case of throwing good money after bad. If you want a machine to play the odd game, which is all a 1050ti will be any good for also, then go for a new machine such as the lenovo 510a as I mentioned. If you want an office machine, these are great, although better value to the tune of £50 can be had from the 9010 models with i5 3470 cpu's. It is simply bad advice to suggest to anyone that they invest further in such a machine or to suggest they will have a good value gaming machine? A line has to be drawn and that line is exactly where the pricepoint of these are. To but to upgrade and invest in, given at best the limited power supply and low height limited pci expansions available to you is at best folly? As general use, great. If you have had one for years, then great, add a card, but to buy this, to them add a card to, awfully bad option from a value for money point of view...
fingerman27/09/2019 11:07

This is the USFF, there's no room to fit a low profile graphics card in …This is the USFF, there's no room to fit a low profile graphics card in there, it's mPCI-e? Correct me if I'm wrong.Good price and ITZoo are great. I'm happy with my HP Elite i5 which was on last month for £86 all in, just stuck a LP750ti in (old but cheap!) and it runs quite nicely


Noted, I had assumed all these 9020s were the same. The lack of PCIe would personally put me off as something like a 750Ti would make the world of difference.
aidan.conway27/09/2019 11:27

No. Obviously not. Integrated and discrete GPUs are worlds apart. The …No. Obviously not. Integrated and discrete GPUs are worlds apart. The point here is to suggest that using this particular machine, even if it were a SFF model with a PCIe slot, adding a 1050ti low profile is a pure case of throwing good money after bad. If you want a machine to play the odd game, which is all a 1050ti will be any good for also, then go for a new machine such as the lenovo 510a as I mentioned. If you want an office machine, these are great, although better value to the tune of £50 can be had from the 9010 models with i5 3470 cpu's. It is simply bad advice to suggest to anyone that they invest further in such a machine or to suggest they will have a good value gaming machine? A line has to be drawn and that line is exactly where the pricepoint of these are. To but to upgrade and invest in, given at best the limited power supply and low height limited pci expansions available to you is at best folly? As general use, great. If you have had one for years, then great, add a card, but to buy this, to them add a card to, awfully bad option from a value for money point of view...


I disagree, It all would depend on the persons budget, if all you had is £250-£300 to spend an SFF PC and a 1050 is a great choice in my opinion.
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Is this a viable/good option for Minecraft. As above, its more than I wanted but is this about the price point/spec that we would require. Thanks.
Gormond27/09/2019 11:31

Noted, I had assumed all these 9020s were the same. The lack of PCIe would …Noted, I had assumed all these 9020s were the same. The lack of PCIe would personally put me off as something like a 750Ti would make the world of difference.


Pay attention to the models, they go from USFF, SFF, DT, Desktop. Ideally you’d want to have DT, but the Desktop would be a better option.
Edited by: "LOGiCALX" 27th Sep
hotdealer88827/09/2019 08:01

Older 4th Generation Intel i5, current latest is 9th Generation, but still …Older 4th Generation Intel i5, current latest is 9th Generation, but still good for most for general use, faster SSD


Meh. I use a 3rd gen i5 for 1080p gaming to this day and it hasn't been an issue.

If you're looking at a total of £250 including a 1050ti, my only question would be whether you could or should stretch to the £400ish you occasionally see basic gaming PCs on here for so you've got an upgrade path.
Hi all, please will this graphic card be any good for 3 monitors using AutoCad and other design softwares and general office work all at same time? Thanks in advance for your replies.
Darren, yes, that will be perfect for Minecraft for you. More than enough aand a very good base to start from. In time, if you need to, you can add a larger hard drive to it and a discrete video card, although this will play 99% of current and past games at 1080p for you. Good Choice and a Good Deal!! Post it!! ;-p
Thanks Aidan.
Sold out.
aidan.conway27/09/2019 15:04

Darren, yes, that will be perfect for Minecraft for you. More than enough …Darren, yes, that will be perfect for Minecraft for you. More than enough aand a very good base to start from. In time, if you need to, you can add a larger hard drive to it and a discrete video card, although this will play 99% of current and past games at 1080p for you. Good Choice and a Good Deal!! Post it!! ;-p


It will play 99% of current games but mostly at low detail / 30fps, for example:

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And that's the Vega 11 version which is a better than the Vega 8 here.
Edited by: "Gormond" 27th Sep
Gormond27/09/2019 10:38

It will work but might not be a great experience - if not just throw in a …It will work but might not be a great experience - if not just throw in a cheap GPU.


What’s a gpu are they easy to fit eBay? Thanks
Dr_lovegod28/09/2019 09:12

What’s a gpu are they easy to fit eBay? Thanks


A graphics card although I was mistaken, apparently with this version (USFF) it isn't possible. You would need the SFF version.
Who got theirs recently and what do you think?
Edited by: "HinseyHonsey" 1st Oct
HinseyHonsey01/10/2019 18:25

Who got theirs recently and what do you think?


It is without an optical drive (DVD drive) but that is as described by vendor. New clean copy of Windows 10, absolutely no bloatware. This base unit is pretty compact, USFF meaning ultra small form factor. No longer available.
Edited by: "hotdealer888" 3rd Oct
hotdealer88803/10/2019 18:55

It is without an optical drive (DVD drive) but that is as described by …It is without an optical drive (DVD drive) but that is as described by vendor. New clean copy of Windows 10, absolutely no bloatware. This base unit is pretty compact, USFF meaning ultra small form factor. No longer available.


So, with no optical drive, you could presumably fit a second HD/SSD?

youtube.com/wat…soU
Stompa04/10/2019 11:23

So, with no optical drive, you could presumably fit a second …So, with no optical drive, you could presumably fit a second HD/SSD?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIbSP4gzsoU


Too complicated for me (and for most). Easier to hook up an external USB SSD (cheaper these days) or an external USB HDD if needed, via USB 3 ports.
Edited by: "hotdealer888" 4th Oct
I was able to install a second 2.5" hard drive with this caddy amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Works like a dream
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