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Refurbished Dell 9020 Tower PC i7-4790 @ ITZOO £299.99 - £349.99
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
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Good info. I wonder what that adapter is doing to generate the needed 12V standby (ATX standby is only 5V).


All the more reason to avoid it. Power supplies are one of the first things to go bad (alongside hard disks, but at least they're all standard). Those Precisions have some modular wiring looms in them but the board connections are all standard, on later Precisions T3600/5600, etc. they made them proprietary again, to do with dual-redundant PSUs but I think we all know why they did. I wish they hadn't done this. I don't like adapters as you've probably seen with people building bad mining rigs or using overpowered GPUs, it doesn't take a lot to melt a cable.

greenalien1 dell 24 pin to 8 pin adapter not sure if the psu would actually fit inside tho as some after markets ones are slightly different sizes

TehJumpingJawa〈=en-us "Power connector: Mini-Tower, Small Form Factor one 8-pin. one 4-pin, one 6-pin, connector" Good luck attaching an ATX power supply to that! Looks like a 12V only PSU. 3.3V & 5V are thus generated on the motherboard, then passed out to the devices (via the 6 [actually 5] pin connector) There may well be variants of the Dell 9020 mini-tower that don't use this proprietary power layout, but all the examples I've found use the above. Moreover ITZOO make no claim as to the precise configuration of what they're selling.


Sorry, wrong thread, thought it was a toaster. :o

Refurbished i5 3570 8gb RAM 500gb HDD win 10 desktop 12 months warranty from itzoo £119.99...possibly 10% off code
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
Great price for a still capable little desktop unit. Possible 10% off for signing up for newsletter and using code THANKS10

Got mine just now and can't get the lid off. The clip is wrapped around the grille at the back. Where's my hammer?


Thanks JimJim, just a quick update. It worked!! May encourage anyone else that wants to have a try. Even with just the vga cable it works (display port adapter hasn't arrived yet.) It seems that I must have the upgraded (400 rather than the intel 200) integrated graphics on the mother board. A little bit and trial and error and quite a lot of persistence. Now just need to learn how to boot into Mac Os without the USB stick attached, and then how to dual boot with the original 500gb HD with Windows 10. P :)


Congrats sounds like you got a nice one. Its been to long since I installed mac os x on mine but if you post on the tonymac forum someone there will assist you.


Just recieved mine today. I know that its not new, but really is pristine, and so easy to access all the components. Thanks again OP and the members that have contributed to this discussion. Quick hackintish question, I understand that that the DisplayPort should be used as Macs dont support VGA (waiting for displayPort-->VGA adapter to come), but should i use the legacy drivers as i dont have a graphics card when creating the UnBeast installer? P ;)


Good point, like I said I wasn't really looking myself originally. Try one of these instead for only a few quid more:

Dell Optiplex 3010 Refurb with Dell Warranty till 2020 £319.99 @ Itzoo
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
Grade: A Grade Refurbished Brand & Model: Dell Optiplex 3050 D11S SFF Processor: Intel i5-6500 3.2GHz Screen: N/A Memory: 8GB 2400MHZ DDR4 Storage: 256G… Read more

As someone has said, it’s a problem with Windows needing an update before using the code. You’re provided with clear instructions in an email when you buy the kit. I didn’t read them first time round. I emailed them and they phoned me within an hour to explain what to do.


I've found with a couple of these PC's that you need to ensure that all Windows 10 updates are installed before entering the activation code.


Ordered one of these this summer, cheap enough, arrived and wouldn't accept Windows 10 code I was given to update ... Emailed Itzoo and had no response from them at all & neither did Paypal who eventually refunded me in the end and I got to keep the tower ... Wouldn't touch Itzoo with a barge pole again!!


problem with sff is that upgrading it will be a pain. CPU is 2 gens old also so gotta take this into account too


*Update Comes down to 315 with the discount code*

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(back in stock) Refurb - DELL T3610 Tower PC HEX XEON 3.5GHZ 32GB WIN 10 PRO - £409.99 @ Itzoo
Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
Possible further 10% off with code THANKS10 Grade: A Grade Refurbished Mid-Tower PC Brand & Model: Dell Precision T3610 : Model D01T Processor: Intel HEX CORE XEON… Read more

It has 12 months warranty, another stupid comment form you.


The point is simple. Time = money. If you need this sort of machine for actual paid word, spend the money on something with a warrenty, If it's just a toy, then feel free to buy this deal.


Talking more trash now, show us where to better spend the money like you said.


IT's not just about the price, it's the whole package that is important to make something a deal. If you require this sort of machine for work, then your work doesn't pay enough to do it properly, there is an issue.


It's a deal site, and you said money better spent elsewhere . Should us where is a deal that is better than this?

Refurbished Dell Optiplex 7010 16gb RAM, 128gb SSD (refurbished) - £239.99 @ ITZOO
Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
A really solid general purpose PC that is rock solid. The SSD is a bit small but other than that it's a bargain. If you sign up to their mailing list you get a voucher code that ge… Read more

These can be had for £216 atm, with THANKS10. This needs unexpiring.


And they'll probably have hundreds if them still untouched in boxes just because they had to use or lose their budget 6 years ago.


Probably the deployed OS image and badly developed applications running on them more than the PC hardware. I've supported many of the 7010's and older 790 Optiplex desktops and the hardware itself is rock solid reliable and plenty fast enough for office use.


It might have a double 2.5" drive caddy, bought a 7010 sff a while ago that had a 320gb 2.5" drive then I added a 120gb ssd. Looks like this one - (editred link for a uk one)


Looks like this is the manual here: link

Refurbished Dell Computer 9020 SFF i7-4770 3.40GHz 16GB - £299.99 (extra 10% discount off the listed price with the newsletter sign up discount code) @ ITZOO or Dell 9020 i7-4790 (credit to CAL23 for spotting it) with R7 250GB 2GB £319.99
Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
i7-4790 with Radeon Graphics R7 250 2GB: £319.99 (C… Read more
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Ha ha ha ha. What? With that pathetic PSU? Wouldn't even dream of it.


Yes it does power up first time. most important rule at carboot, don't believe what they tell you. the seller inflated the spec, saying it was 8gb ram. I had to check inside and it wasn't what he told me. so in the end I haggle it down from £30 to £18.


Lol doubt it helped though software developers need time to get the most of stuff like that. At least now cores are starting to become mainstream in usage. Brings AMD back into the game. Already they’ve got in front of Intel when it comes to multitasking across cores. Single threaded tasks need improving.


Does anyone have recommendations on good SFF power supplies? As dell are only around 180 - 240W?


Hyperthreading was available in my pentium 4 but I don’t think it helped lol.

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Dell optiplex SFF with 16gb RAM, i7-3770 and RADEON HD6450-1024MB DVI + DISPLAY PORT £239.99 (Refurbished) @ ITZOO
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
I've always found these PC's to be rock solid. With a 9299 cpu index, 16Gb of RAM and Video card capable of supporting 2560x1600 with a display port adaptor this price is a bit of … Read more

if anyone (like me) is looking for a Low Profile 1050ti to put in this machine then I have now found a couple of options which are not priced too much higher than the non-LP varients I went with the Zotac as it is supposed to be slightly smaller in length and space is at a premium in this case hope this helps someone!


Back in stock at the original Price. Can a MOD unexpire this?


Glad to help :)


The cable sorted the problem by the way thanks @Lexeus think it was down the cheap Display port cable. I got a refund for it too :p the DVI to HDMi works perfectly now. PC is working fine! and so fast by the way.. grab one people (y)


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Refurbished Apple iPad Air 2 64GB Wi-Fi & Cellular 9.7" A1567 Space Grey - £252 with 10% signup discount @ ITZOO
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Refurbished Apple iPad Air 2 64GB Wi-Fi & Cellular 9.7" A1567 Space Grey Was looking for an apple tablet for the wife and came across this. Yes I know its a refurb however I'v… Read more

i have one of these, great device. seems good price when compared to apple store.


Same here, I love my Air2. Got the Dixons deal yesterday with an OLD nexus 7, loving apple pencil for note taking ;)


Agreed, the laminated display on the Air 2 is much better than the 2017/2018 models, far less reflection and there has been no change in resolution with the latest models. I work for an iOS development company who produce business apps for iPad's and Android (although we found iOS has been far more successful in the corporate world). I've been using my Air 2 daily since launch (Oct 2014) and still find no real issues with performance. I may consider an upgrade to the 2018 iPad for pencil support - especially for testing but there has been no temptation to upgrade to the 2017 model. I think I have an old iPad 1 in the cupboard and a Galaxy Tab, may be time to upgrade one of those to the 2018 model! Heat added!


2017 ipad doesn't have the same laminated display as the air 2. To be honest, if you have any working tablet that's less than 7 years old then Currys will give you £50 off the 2018 ipad that has apple pencil compatibility. £269 plus TopCashback (or £10+ in avios) for a new 32gb


These are perhaps better value: 2017 32GB @ £239 2017 128GB @ £299 Directly refurbished from Apple.

Refurb Grade A HP Elitebook 820 G1 12.5" Laptop i5-4300U 180GB SSD Window 10 Carry Case Sign up for 10% off £209.99 @ Itzoo
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
HP Elitebook 820 G1 12.5" Laptop i5-4300U 180GB SSD Window 10 Carry Case Refurb Grade A Laptop Yes I know its not exactly the latest and greatest. HOWEVER I bought one of these f… Read more

We had these in work for a free years, good machines, but using Lenovo x270 now and much prefer it.


Not a bad price - perfect for the kids to do their homework on it! Have some heat.


Well, if you want to stuff a 1TB SSD in one of these be my guest! Jokes aside I run a 256GB (or 128 on some) for OS and 500GB for other stuff (media) that I might want when travelling, things I don't want to blow the SSD space on. I think calling it a '4 year old laptop' is doing it a disservice, it is 4 years old (or 1-2 in the case of the G3) but they have barely changed, performance is good, battery life is good, slim, light and super-durable: these are for all intents, proper business-grade ultrabooks. To be honest, Dell are my number 1 manufacturer as well, all my other machines are Dell, but the HP 820 has really changed my opinion of them. As to drivers, Windows 10 picks up just about everything itself, all I recommend for the HP is the touchpad driver as the 'PalmCheck' thing is really annoying and disables the touchpad for 2-3 seconds if you are typing. Also, to anyone consider the G3, it is slimmer, lighter and has B&O sound but (and it's a big one) they changed the design and the base now needs 11 screws removed, so it's vastly harder to open up, takes the HP slim pin charger (weaker design), runs DDR4 (good or bad) and will not easily accept SSD and HDD. Therefore the G2 may be the best option as it improves on the G1 but still has the single screwless service hatch.


Good points well made, but who needs an SSD and a separate HDD in 2018?! If you’re a power user looking at that sort of internal space requirement, you definitely won’t be looking at 4 year old refurbs! The Lenovo trackpad is awful, I’ll give you that! After 10 years of battling with these types of laptops for about 2000 users, the Dell would be my pick every time. Things like driver support are a world above HP and Lenovo


The Latitude E7240 is pretty good but only has an mSATA bay whereas the HP will take HDD and SSD - I only have some E7440 which are obviously bigger hit still really good. The Dell lids are a bit dent-prone too. The Lenovo X240 (and T440) has the worst touchpad ever, it’s this odd thing where the entire surface clicks down but you probably know that, I and many others couldn’t get on with it. HP offer an IPS and FHD panel but the stock one is not great (it’s usable though).

Refurbished Dell Optiplex 7010 SFF i7 3770 3.4GHz 16GB 128GB SSD Windows 10 £252 with discount @ ITZOO
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Grade: A Grade Refurbished Desktop Brand & Model: Dell Optiplex 7010 SFF Processor: Intel i7-3770 3.40GHz Screen: N/A Memory: 16GB DDR3 Storag… Read more

Very old. But people see the i7 thinking it is the same i7 today :)


My 9010 arrived from the eBay listing today (£199) and is pretty much mint bar the feet. Don't really need a GPU with the 2 built in Display ports but can always fit one down the line. £11 on a pro license and it's great for a windows server / media center machine.


Mine is the same although I am happy with DVI and Display Port. Mine cam with the Mini Wireless adaptor (which is now offered free til the end of the month) despite me ordering it the day before the offer started. Impressions so far is that the machine is clean (inside and out), Windows activation smooth, and incredibly quick (I was upgrading from a tiny Dell square box thing which contained an Atom chip but which has worked superbly).


I've tried that but you cant get into the bios unless you connect to the Radeon because you need video display The only way I could get it to work was pull out the Radeon now I can use the onboard graphics card but looking at the Radeon card I can't work out what model it is. If anyone has any idea how to identify from looking at it?


Have a look at the bios, I think you can select display output from there.

Grade A Dell 7010 desktop £289.99 on pre order  at ITZOO
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
a while ago something very similar got a very good reception on here. This has just popped up in my emails and I am looking for a decent, reasonable new desktop to replace … Read more

no there is another power socket and connector on the MB


Thanks, good to know a 3.5 will fit. Did you have to use a splitter or anything to power it? I've seem mention of this elsewhere...



Awesome, thanks for confirming. I assume it's another 2.5" drive? If so, any idea is there's a limit on the thickness of the drive that could be added?


Glad it's got a graphics card, even a weak one. I recently found out that ivybridge integrated graphics won't output a 4k signal. I went with something haswell in the end but even then the integrated graphics aren't great for 60fps 4k 2D office work under linux!

REFURB: HP ELITEBOOK 820 G1 12.5" LAPTOP I5-4310U 180GB SSD WINDOW 10 CARRY CASE - £207 with code @ IT ZOO
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
Seems like a decent price for a ssd laptop. £20 off if you don’t need Windows 10. Use code: SPRING10 for 10% off.

"Subscribe To Our Newsletter Now and Get 10% Discount - use it today or save it for later!". This should also be possible..


Maybe a project for a Hackintosh?


Oops sorry - will update if the moderators haven’t already.


It's used, refurb. Not mentioned in title or description

Refurbished HP Z230 WORKSTATION XEON E3-1225 3.20Ghz 100GB SSD 500GB SATA Windows 10 Pro £192 @ ItZoo
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
HP Z230 WORKSTATION XEON E3-1225 3.20Ghz 100GB SSD 500GB SATA Windows 10 Pro £192 after discount code HP20 Sorry about the Chromebook which sold out in seconds. This might appeal… Read more

graphic NVIDIA NVS 310 512MB who call it workstation ?!


In my previous posts, including the very one you quoted you can see me state for most people this CPU is fine (even including a car analogy...) so I'm not sure what you're getting at. You are obviously included in "most people". In my original post I also stated that people won't find a better deal at this given price point...? I'll assume you're misunderstanding the nature of my previous posts which were purely informative which to summarise in basic terms: it's an old CPU, it will do normal tasks fine, good deal for most people at this price point but there are better options if you spend more. To be crystal clear when I say most people, anyone who is not a power user is definitely included in most. Side note: Your understanding/analysis of what calculations are used for & computer performance is misguided. I'll spare you the detailed explanation to why but from my perspective this is very painful to read.


Thanks Jeremy, Had a go but couldnt. Will expire post.


Fair enough, might be worth doing a quick edit and pasting this as the image link then


Yes they release new versions all the time. Strangely I have a 10 year old computer with an SSD drive in it and it doesnt do anything much different to my 2 year old computer. Switch it on in Windows 10 and both look the same. Maybe my new computer can work out quadratic equations a few milliseconds faster. Ive never tried. Like 90% of the population I browse the internet, watch Youtube, take the occasional look at Facebook, upload photos and send emails. In fact I am sure my 15 year old computer in the shed will do all this adequately too. I have little interest in Specs but for the money I think this HP Z230 is a steal for your average user. As a small Office Workstation I am sure it will be adequate for some.

Dell Chromebook 11 (3120) 11.6" Celeron N2840 2.16Ghz 16GB HDMI Webcam £79.99. ((£72 after discount) - ITZOO
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Grade A refurbished chromebook. Reviews here :- Great for browsing, Youtube, HUKD etc.

Mine also came very quickly.


Chromebook arrived today. It's mint & I'm well pleased with it, thanks for posting. It also had 4GB of RAM - I was expecting the standard poverty-spec 2GB!


Looks like an excellent site


Sorry, FORNEWCUSTOMER was the code and guess there wasnt many in stock. Will expire shortly. If you look around the site theres lots of other bargains. Code works for all as far as I know.


Definitely OOS now.

Refurbished (Grade A) Dell 3020 SFF Desktop i5 4590 3.30Ghz 500GB windows 10 £169.99 (less 10% if the code NEWCUSTOMER still works) @ ITZOO
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Seems to be good value. Only 4GB RAM but should not be too much to add some more.

Forget warranty etc codes work sometimes




More ram needed,Quite expensive.


Do they come with 12 months warranty included? I am sure better deals can be had with patience and a bit of luck. Just like with purchasing most things. Perhaps not as good a deal as the 9020 systems from ITZOO. The code, if it works, will take £17 off. £153 for a system which is ready to go, seems good with a legit Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit license.


The processor goes for about 70 quid on ebay, so the £100 left over would be more than enough to cover the rest of the parts in this system. Sorry but it's cold from me. You can get exact same setup but with 4gb more ram for cheaper returbs on ebay.

A Grade Refurbished Desktop -  Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF Desktop PC i7-4790 3.60GHz 16GB Windows 10 with code NEWCUSTOMER £292.50 - ITZOO
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Grade: A Grade Refurbished Desktop Brand & Model: Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF Processor: Intel i7-4790 3.60GHz Screen: N/A Memory: 16GB DDR3 Storage: 500GB Sata Hard Drive Opt… Read more
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Probably only had one then... expired.


Now out of stock.


heat for username (excited)

Refurbished (Grade A) HP Elite 8200 Desktop PC Core i5 3.10Ghz, 8GB, 250GB Windows 10 £119.99 @ ITZOO
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
10% off if you sign up to the Itzoo newsletter. Nearest price for something similar is £199.90 at MicroDream (only 4GB RAM, but Windows 10 Pro and WiFi).. Other Itzoo options: … Read more
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It’s well know in the industry, MS wants everyone in the 10 platform or equivalent Server Versions going forward the only problem with 10 is the constant updates.


Thanks, I found that the Windows 7 Pro OA code on the older sticker worked when I clicked 'Change Product Key' in Windows Activation. It appears to now have an activated version of Windows 10 Pro.


My 8200 has USB 2.0 ports.


8300 has 4 USB 3.0 ports which they don't mention. Does the 8200? It will be a quicker CPU of course but not a huge difference.


got 8300 elite and its a perfect hackintosh. just needed to upgrade the graphics. is it much diff between 8200 and 8300?

Refurb HP Prodesk 400 G1 SFF PC Core i3 4130 3.4Ghz 1TB Win 10 Home £112.99 -  ITZOO
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
I'd appreciate your thoughts on this desktop PC. It is a refurb - but 1TB and 4GB and and a i3 processor. Included a further 10% discount for signing up to newsletter. I am loo… Read more
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Worth of boast worlds


Why would you want to? Been aware of hackintosh for a while and have a laptop that meets the specs - but why?


Guys You know your stuff. Can you advise a cheap graphic card that would output HDMI and can be stuck into this, obviously Hackintosh compatible This way I could bump graphic and not have to worry about DVI businesses


Lol you are correct, it's way before my time, I was still in school back then.


Thanks will order one then...

Refurbished Dell Latitude E7240 Laptop i7 4600U 2.1Ghz 256GB SSD Window 10 - IT Zoo - £244.99
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
I'd really appreciate everones thoughts on this laptop. It seems a really good, tough machine, and at a reasonable price too - complete with a 1 year warranty. Included the 10% d… Read more
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Bought similar e7240 i7/8gb in very good condition it's blazing fast and no problems whatsoever.


Benchmarks dont lie. There is hardly any difference in the 2 processors. I would pick the ssd and the i5 over that i7 plus £45 in the bank. The i5 2500 is still popular with gamers. Who ever buys this latop is wanting something fast to turn on (ssd) and be able to browse and use word documents. If you wanted to say anything to differentiate the 2 laptops it would be the e7240 has a full hd screen. But you see its tft. I used these laptops with work. Each to their own but I know that e6420 would out perform this e7240 as that i7 is not very good.


Second gen i5, even older than this deal. I used a E6420 for work a few years back, they are a dust magnet and really hard to clean.


That thing is prehistoric - look at it! 2nd Gen i5

whopaysrrp i5, 8gb ram and ssd £205

Core i5 refurbished laptop from itzoo... £189 with code NEWCUSTOMER
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Grade: A Grade Refurbished Laptop Brand & Model: Lenovo T440s Processor: Intel i5 4th Generation 4300U 1.90GHz Screen: 14" FHD (1920 X 1080) Memory: 8GB Sto… Read more
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I'd use a different benchmark first. First it says 'performing as expected' then it says its 'slow' etc. The benchmark doesn't seem to make any sense itself. Use something like Cinebench R15.


I had one of those for work. It got ‘broken’ and they gave me something better. Awful.


I so want this - but don't need it, I'd need to replace 6 of them and at this price it's rude not to! 1080p wins the deal too!


Lenovo figured that one out after getting mass complaints from corporate customers, including me. I did get a private admission from the area manager that they knew they'd screwed up. Hence the W541 which appeared a few months later with proper buttons on the same dumb trackpad for the really important workstation customers. They really didn't sort it out properly until the x60 series.


Actually, the backlit keyboards on the T440/T540p are quite tricky as they've hidden the mounting screws behind the keys and you have to slide the front of the keyboard to get at the screws underneath. You're meant to use a special tool, but any flatheaded screwdriver can do but might (will) scratch things a bit. Stupid design. Speaking of stupid designs... That all on one click trackpad is a total joke and makes using the touchpoint almost impossible. Either Lenovo do zero user testing during design or some project manager who never uses a touchpoint was really stubborn. Anyway, sorted on my T540p by buying an 'unofficial' proper 3 button trackpad from Ebay. Problem with the 'unofficial' bit is that there aren't really drivers for it. The generic ones work fine, but Win10 insists on downloading and installing the newest (i.e. wrong) one. More stupid design choices, this time Microsoft's.