Refurbished Dell 7010SFF Desktop PC i5 240GB SSD Windows 10 £136 @ ITZoo
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Refurbished Dell 7010SFF Desktop PC i5 240GB SSD Windows 10 £136 @ ITZoo

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Posted 16th MayEdited by:"MisterNippy"
  • 3231381.jpg Grade: A- Grade Refurbished Desktop Minor Scratches to Case
  • 3231381.jpg Brand & Model: Dell Optiplex 7010 SFF
  • 3231381.jpg Processor: Intel i5-3470 3.2GHz
  • 3231381.jpg Screen: N/A
  • 3231381.jpg Memory: 4GB DDR3
  • 3231381.jpgStorage: Brand New 240GB SSD
  • 3231381.jpg Optical Drive: DVD Rom
  • 3231381.jpg Graphics: INTEL HD 2500
  • 3231381.jpg Input Device: None
  • 3231381.jpg Operating System: Windows 10 Home Premium 64 Bit & Libre Office
  • 3231381.jpg Wireless: No
  • 3231381.jpg Bluetooth: No
  • 3231381.jpg Ports: 4 X USB 3.0, 6 X USB 2.0 Ports, Serial Port, Mouse & keyboard Ports RJ-45 Network Port, VGA port, 2 x Display Ports
  • 3231381.jpg Warranty: 12 Months
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The i5 3470 is one of the best bang for buck processors out there, even today. It is, depending on what you are doing, between 45% and 65% faster than the i3 3220. In fact, in real life, the i5 3470 is on a par with the likes of an i3 8100 from last year! I agree with the 4gb comment, it is very true, especially if you are using an SSD with it, as it'll use the SSD if needs be to file swap. If you are going to use it for gaming (and this i5 is well capable of respectable 1080p gaming), then you can add a low profile Nvidia either a cheap enough GT1030 DDR5 GPU for modest gaming or you can literally just about squeeze a GTX 1050ti GPU in there. The PRU will handle it. So makes a very decent cheap gaming rig. The mechanical drives in these as stock are quite slow and they really come alive with an SSD, literally 10 x times faster. Lots of USB 3.0's. They are quicker than many of the these Pentium Golds and AMD efforts out there. Go for the i5 however, it is an absolute no-brainer! I have a few of these 7010s that have just come in from sites which I am looking to sell. I would rather they went to a good home than sit on a shelf in the garage! If anyone is interested then please get in touch. You will get many years out of the i5 and SSD combo and keep the mechanical drive for a bit of extra storage, run your OS from the SSD.... For general home or office use, leave the GPU out, if you want to game, add one for about £55 for a 1030 or £120 for a 1050ti. FPS around 60 for GTA 5 on Ultra on 1080p, so not too shabby at all... Get one while you can really? They are very good value at £136 to be honest...
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partyalnight17/05/2019 01:33

Isn’t the Amazon refurb better and cheaper at £120 with 8gb ram?Dell Op …Isn’t the Amazon refurb better and cheaper at £120 with 8gb ram?Dell OptiPlex 7010 SFF Core i3-3220 8GB 250GB DVDRW WiFi Windows 10 Professional... amazon.co.uk/dp/B071V81XTF/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_i_jcG3Cb8RJNGXD


The itzoo has a SSD which will give a performance boost on top of the already marginally faster CPU.

Unless you're really pushing windows 10, 4GB ram is plenty enough for it to operate.
luvclub17/05/2019 01:54

The itzoo has a SSD which will give a performance boost on top of the …The itzoo has a SSD which will give a performance boost on top of the already marginally faster CPU.Unless you're really pushing windows 10, 4GB ram is plenty enough for it to operate.


I suppose but the reviews on the amazon computer are outstanding. Suppose it depends what u need from it. Both decent deals.
Supposedly the i3 Passmark CPU Mark is 4242 and i5 is 6714, so the i5 is a lot faster.
The i5 3470 is one of the best bang for buck processors out there, even today. It is, depending on what you are doing, between 45% and 65% faster than the i3 3220. In fact, in real life, the i5 3470 is on a par with the likes of an i3 8100 from last year! I agree with the 4gb comment, it is very true, especially if you are using an SSD with it, as it'll use the SSD if needs be to file swap. If you are going to use it for gaming (and this i5 is well capable of respectable 1080p gaming), then you can add a low profile Nvidia either a cheap enough GT1030 DDR5 GPU for modest gaming or you can literally just about squeeze a GTX 1050ti GPU in there. The PRU will handle it. So makes a very decent cheap gaming rig. The mechanical drives in these as stock are quite slow and they really come alive with an SSD, literally 10 x times faster. Lots of USB 3.0's. They are quicker than many of the these Pentium Golds and AMD efforts out there. Go for the i5 however, it is an absolute no-brainer! I have a few of these 7010s that have just come in from sites which I am looking to sell. I would rather they went to a good home than sit on a shelf in the garage! If anyone is interested then please get in touch. You will get many years out of the i5 and SSD combo and keep the mechanical drive for a bit of extra storage, run your OS from the SSD.... For general home or office use, leave the GPU out, if you want to game, add one for about £55 for a 1030 or £120 for a 1050ti. FPS around 60 for GTA 5 on Ultra on 1080p, so not too shabby at all... Get one while you can really? They are very good value at £136 to be honest...
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These have been much less from ITZOO not that long ago, this is quite a lot for a third-gen i5 even with the SSD. Not a bad computer all the same, just more than it should be.
Wouldn't trust anything that doesn't say what the mobo and PSU are
aidan.conway17/05/2019 02:29

The i5 3470 is one of the best bang for buck processors out there, even …The i5 3470 is one of the best bang for buck processors out there, even today. It is, depending on what you are doing, between 45% and 65% faster than the i3 3220. In fact, in real life, the i5 3470 is on a par with the likes of an i3 8100 from last year! I agree with the 4gb comment, it is very true, especially if you are using an SSD with it, as it'll use the SSD if needs be to file swap. If you are going to use it for gaming (and this i5 is well capable of respectable 1080p gaming), then you can add a low profile Nvidia either a cheap enough GT1030 DDR5 GPU for modest gaming or you can literally just about squeeze a GTX 1050ti GPU in there. The PRU will handle it. So makes a very decent cheap gaming rig. The mechanical drives in these as stock are quite slow and they really come alive with an SSD, literally 10 x times faster. Lots of USB 3.0's. They are quicker than many of the these Pentium Golds and AMD efforts out there. Go for the i5 however, it is an absolute no-brainer! I have a few of these 7010s that have just come in from sites which I am looking to sell. I would rather they went to a good home than sit on a shelf in the garage! If anyone is interested then please get in touch. You will get many years out of the i5 and SSD combo and keep the mechanical drive for a bit of extra storage, run your OS from the SSD.... For general home or office use, leave the GPU out, if you want to game, add one for about £55 for a 1030 or £120 for a 1050ti. FPS around 60 for GTA 5 on Ultra on 1080p, so not too shabby at all... Get one while you can really? They are very good value at £136 to be honest...


I'm interested
No WiFi
aidan.conway17/05/2019 02:29

The i5 3470 is one of the best bang for buck processors out there, even …The i5 3470 is one of the best bang for buck processors out there, even today. It is, depending on what you are doing, between 45% and 65% faster than the i3 3220. In fact, in real life, the i5 3470 is on a par with the likes of an i3 8100 from last year! I agree with the 4gb comment, it is very true, especially if you are using an SSD with it, as it'll use the SSD if needs be to file swap. If you are going to use it for gaming (and this i5 is well capable of respectable 1080p gaming), then you can add a low profile Nvidia either a cheap enough GT1030 DDR5 GPU for modest gaming or you can literally just about squeeze a GTX 1050ti GPU in there. The PRU will handle it. So makes a very decent cheap gaming rig. The mechanical drives in these as stock are quite slow and they really come alive with an SSD, literally 10 x times faster. Lots of USB 3.0's. They are quicker than many of the these Pentium Golds and AMD efforts out there. Go for the i5 however, it is an absolute no-brainer! I have a few of these 7010s that have just come in from sites which I am looking to sell. I would rather they went to a good home than sit on a shelf in the garage! If anyone is interested then please get in touch. You will get many years out of the i5 and SSD combo and keep the mechanical drive for a bit of extra storage, run your OS from the SSD.... For general home or office use, leave the GPU out, if you want to game, add one for about £55 for a 1030 or £120 for a 1050ti. FPS around 60 for GTA 5 on Ultra on 1080p, so not too shabby at all... Get one while you can really? They are very good value at £136 to be honest...


1050 or 1050Ti is a good recommendation. I wouldn't suggest a GT1030, it's just not a good card and is terrible value for money in comparison to either of the others
ctw9917/05/2019 09:17

1050 or 1050Ti is a good recommendation. I wouldn't suggest a GT1030, it's …1050 or 1050Ti is a good recommendation. I wouldn't suggest a GT1030, it's just not a good card and is terrible value for money in comparison to either of the others



imo it is a poor recommendation reasons being are:
Standard psu in this was a 65% efficient 240 Watt PSU
Lifespan of the PSU is the strongest in question as being most limited and will already not be running at opitmal at this age and where it is likely to have been used day in and day out.
Dell tech advice in spec not to run a card drawing more than 50w
The thermal design of an Sff, that has direct correlation to the lifespan (esp pSU), is limited.

To make yours a "good" recommendation to last you would want to ensure you have the higher efficiency PSU that was an option (no guarantee ordering here) or replace the PSU and deal with how to handle the thermal envelope limitation of this sff's design - of course that becomes questionable if that makes this good value for that end.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 17th May
I have one of these and its performs really well, in fact compares with my partners which she paid over £600 for. Bought mine off Ebay about two years ago, if you want an all round PC this takes some beating. downside the graphics could be better but at sub £150 what the heck.
aidan.conway17/05/2019 02:29

The i5 3470 is one of the best bang for buck processors out there, even …The i5 3470 is one of the best bang for buck processors out there, even today. It is, depending on what you are doing, between 45% and 65% faster than the i3 3220. In fact, in real life, the i5 3470 is on a par with the likes of an i3 8100 from last year! I agree with the 4gb comment, it is very true, especially if you are using an SSD with it, as it'll use the SSD if needs be to file swap. If you are going to use it for gaming (and this i5 is well capable of respectable 1080p gaming), then you can add a low profile Nvidia either a cheap enough GT1030 DDR5 GPU for modest gaming or you can literally just about squeeze a GTX 1050ti GPU in there. The PRU will handle it. So makes a very decent cheap gaming rig. The mechanical drives in these as stock are quite slow and they really come alive with an SSD, literally 10 x times faster. Lots of USB 3.0's. They are quicker than many of the these Pentium Golds and AMD efforts out there. Go for the i5 however, it is an absolute no-brainer! I have a few of these 7010s that have just come in from sites which I am looking to sell. I would rather they went to a good home than sit on a shelf in the garage! If anyone is interested then please get in touch. You will get many years out of the i5 and SSD combo and keep the mechanical drive for a bit of extra storage, run your OS from the SSD.... For general home or office use, leave the GPU out, if you want to game, add one for about £55 for a 1030 or £120 for a 1050ti. FPS around 60 for GTA 5 on Ultra on 1080p, so not too shabby at all... Get one while you can really? They are very good value at £136 to be honest...


This is the epitome of a helpful, insightful comment. Kudos
Nerchio117/05/2019 08:03

Wouldn't trust anything that doesn't say what the mobo and PSU are


Yet millions of companies around the world trust these to sit on desks around the world, in use day after day supporting all the services you interact with day in day out

They use a PSU and system board specifically made for Dell by an OEM, nope they aren't bleeding edge, they are tired and tested to be reliable.

no one cares what brand PSU and system board they have in them as they just work.
Ts189917/05/2019 08:42

No WiFi


Why would it have? It's an office desktop...usually connected with an Ethernet cable in an office. if you need Wi-Fi plug a £5 USB adaptor in.....
can this support 2x1440p monitors via miniDP?
eversmannx17/05/2019 12:08

can this support 2x1440p monitors via miniDP?


Yes, no probs at all
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