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Refurbished Dell 9010 SFF Computer i3 3.3Ghz Windows 10 £58.50 @ ITZOO
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Refurbished Dell 9010 SFF Computer i3 3.3Ghz Windows 10 £58.50 @ ITZOO

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Posted 30th Oct

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  • 3320368.jpg Grade: A- Refurbished PC Scratches to Case & Faulty Audio
  • 3320368.jpg Brand & Model: Dell Optiplex 9010 SFF
  • 3320368.jpg Processor: Intel i3 - 2120 3.30GHz
  • 3320368.jpg Screen: N/A
  • 3320368.jpg Memory: 4GB DDR3
  • 3320368.jpg Storage: 250GB Sata Hard Drive
  • 3320368.jpg Optical Drive: DVD
  • 3320368.jpg Graphics: INTEL HD 2500
  • 3320368.jpg Input Device: N/A
  • 3320368.jpg Operating System: Windows 10 Home Premium Bit & Libre Office
  • 3320368.jpg Wireless: No
  • 3320368.jpg Bluetooth: No
  • 3320368.jpg Ports: 6 X USB 2.0 Ports, 4 x USB 3.0 Ports, Serial Port, Mouse & keyboard Ports RJ-45 Network Port, VGA port, 2 x Display Ports
  • 3320368.jpg Warranty: 12 Months
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bluetba30/10/2019 15:03

I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, …I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, they could have at least given it an ssd and maybe 8gb ram.


Not for 58 quid.
bluetba30/10/2019 15:03

I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, …I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, they could have at least given it an ssd and maybe 8gb ram.



Its £60?? absolute bargain for entry level PC usage, even a Plex media server.
i have one of these, bought couple years ago for about £100. Lucky I had some extra memory and a cheapie 120G SSD (which are peanuts). Have a valid genuine MS Office 2010 install on it for the kids to use for school work. Works absolutely fine with no issues. Its not going to play recent games and dont bother trying to install a more modern graphics card as power supply not strong enough, but perfect for general office work, videos, surfing, etc...
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I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, they could have at least given it an ssd and maybe 8gb ram.
bluetba30/10/2019 15:03

I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, …I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, they could have at least given it an ssd and maybe 8gb ram.


Or even something more basic like WiFi
bluetba30/10/2019 15:03

I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, …I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, they could have at least given it an ssd and maybe 8gb ram.


Not for 58 quid.
bluetba30/10/2019 15:03

I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, …I see no issue with refurbished pc's but this really is a shocking spec, they could have at least given it an ssd and maybe 8gb ram.



Its £60?? absolute bargain for entry level PC usage, even a Plex media server.
I had this machine until last year and used it as a plex server. If you add an SSD for £15 (new) and extra 4gb ram for £6 from CeX and it becomes usable
Decent media system for that price
"... & Faulty Audio"
little_red_devil30/10/2019 15:10

Or even something more basic like WiFi


Most desktops of this age don't come with WiFi.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 30th Oct
i have one of these, bought couple years ago for about £100. Lucky I had some extra memory and a cheapie 120G SSD (which are peanuts). Have a valid genuine MS Office 2010 install on it for the kids to use for school work. Works absolutely fine with no issues. Its not going to play recent games and dont bother trying to install a more modern graphics card as power supply not strong enough, but perfect for general office work, videos, surfing, etc...
ClougherNut30/10/2019 16:04

i have one of these, bought couple years ago for about £100. Lucky I had …i have one of these, bought couple years ago for about £100. Lucky I had some extra memory and a cheapie 120G SSD (which are peanuts). Have a valid genuine MS Office 2010 install on it for the kids to use for school work. Works absolutely fine with no issues. Its not going to play recent games and dont bother trying to install a more modern graphics card as power supply not strong enough, but perfect for general office work, videos, surfing, etc...


You can install a low profile GT 1030, GTX 750 Ti, or a GTX 1050 Ti.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 30th Oct
Grade A but faulty audio? How is that grade A?
grandoldchap30/10/2019 16:42

Grade A but faulty audio? How is that grade A?


That's why it's A- I guess.
I wouldn't even spend £58 on a Dell PC!
65 W processor 2nd gen, that's 50 watts extra compared to a 15 watts i3 8th/7th/6th/5th gen CPU ===> ~£20/yr electricity bill for 6 hours use per day.

Good for this winter though having an extra 50 watts heat to assist a radiator at 500-1000 watts.

Edit:

May as well add the heat for the winter for the power transformer in the box, say 200 watts power transfomer at 50% efficiency. Another ~£10- £20/yr extra for the heat per year at 6 hours per day.
Edited by: "splender" 30th Oct
My media player / server is based on an Optiplex 3020 SFF (£65 from ebay), which looks near identical to this.
It's well made and compact.
I removed the DVD drive and put in a SSD to boot off, and changed the SATA drive for a 4TB one.
It uses a "4k Active DisplayPort V1.2 to HDMI Adapter" to output to the TV (£10 from ebay).

The biggest problem I have is the noise from the PSU, it's okay but I wouldn't want to sleep in the same room as it. And because of Dell's stupid custom designs there isn't anything economically sensible that could be done about it.
splender30/10/2019 17:22

65 W processor 2nd gen, that's 50 watts extra compared to a 15 watts i3 …65 W processor 2nd gen, that's 50 watts extra compared to a 15 watts i3 8th/7th/6th/5th gen CPU ===> ~£20/yr electricity bill for 6 hours use per day.Good for this winter though having an extra 50 watts heat to assist a radiator at 500-1000 watts.Edit:May as well add the heat for the winter for the power transformer in the box, say 200 watts power transfomer at 50% efficiency. Another ~£10- £20/yr extra for the heat per year at 6 hours per day.


can you even buy a gen 8/7/6/5 cpu for £58, let alone the rest of the components to make a full pc?

you can get cheaper pc if you hunt around,i picked up an HP SFF prodesk 4th gen i3, 4gb ram, win10 pro for £37
majhaar30/10/2019 17:40

can you even buy a gen 8/7/6/5 cpu for £58, let alone the rest of the …can you even buy a gen 8/7/6/5 cpu for £58, let alone the rest of the components to make a full pc?you can get cheaper pc if you hunt around,i picked up an HP SFF prodesk 4th gen i3, 4gb ram, win10 pro for £37


You asked: "can you even buy a gen 8/7/6/5 cpu for £58, let alone the rest of the components to make a full pc?"
You answered: "you can get cheaper pc if you hunt around,i picked up an HP SFF prodesk 4th gen i3, 4gb ram, win10 pro for £37"

You answered your own question £37 is less than £58, correct, or did I miss your point?
splender30/10/2019 17:22

65 W processor 2nd gen, that's 50 watts extra compared to a 15 watts i3 …65 W processor 2nd gen, that's 50 watts extra compared to a 15 watts i3 8th/7th/6th/5th gen CPU ===> ~£20/yr electricity bill for 6 hours use per day.Good for this winter though having an extra 50 watts heat to assist a radiator at 500-1000 watts.Edit:May as well add the heat for the winter for the power transformer in the box, say 200 watts power transfomer at 50% efficiency. Another ~£10- £20/yr extra for the heat per year at 6 hours per day.


Calculations using the maximum TDP of a chip that isn't going to be used at maximum TDP most of the time are meaningless. As is comparing a 65W desktop class CPU against a 15W non-desktop class CPU.

EDIT: To your reply below asking me 'Why?' - pretty sure I've been clear enough...
Edited by: "Ashe" 30th Oct
Ashe30/10/2019 17:51

Calculations using the maximum TDP of a chip that isn't going to be used …Calculations using the maximum TDP of a chip that isn't going to be used at maximum TDP most of the time are meaningless. As is comparing a 65W desktop class CPU against a 15W non-desktop class CPU.



Why?
splender30/10/2019 17:45

You asked: "can you even buy a gen 8/7/6/5 cpu for £58, let alone the rest …You asked: "can you even buy a gen 8/7/6/5 cpu for £58, let alone the rest of the components to make a full pc?"You answered: "you can get cheaper pc if you hunt around,i picked up an HP SFF prodesk 4th gen i3, 4gb ram, win10 pro for £37"You answered your own question £37 is less than £58, correct, or did I miss your point?


He doesnt say he bought a gen 8/7/6/5, he said 4th gen i3
little_red_devil30/10/2019 15:10

Or even something more basic like WiFi


Yeah that’s a shocker. I once bought a similar model with a little less storage for £51 and it came with WiFi, monitor , a software package including antivirus, mouse and a keyboard
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DragonX30/10/2019 18:16

Yeah that’s a shocker. I once bought a similar model with a little less s …Yeah that’s a shocker. I once bought a similar model with a little less storage for £51 and it came with WiFi, monitor , a software package including antivirus, mouse and a keyboard


I hope it wasn't that core 2 duo bundle that gets posted on here from time to time.
RiverDragon830/10/2019 20:03

I hope it wasn't that core 2 duo bundle that gets posted on here …I hope it wasn't that core 2 duo bundle that gets posted on here from time to time.


It was lmao
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