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
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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

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Found 25th JulEdited by:"thetarget"
i7-4790 with Radeon Graphics R7 250 2GB: itzoo.co.uk/col…-10 £319.99 (Credit to CAL23 for spotting it)

This one only has the standard HD 4600 graphics.

  • Grade: A- Refurbished PC (Minor Marks To Case)
  • Brand & Model: Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF
  • Processor: Intel i7-4770 3.40GHz






  • Screen: N/A
  • Memory: 16GB DDR3






  • Storage: 500GB Sata Hard Drive
  • Optical Drive: DVD RW






  • Graphics: INTEL HD 4600






  • Input Device: N/A






  • Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit & Libre Office






  • Wireless: No






  • Bluetooth: No






  • 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






  • Warranty: 12 Months

There is also a listing on the website for one with 8GB of RAM but for the same price:
itzoo.co.uk/col…ghz
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£20 cheaper via ebay if code doesn't work on website.

Code definitely still works for 10% off via the website so £269.99.
Edited by: "EagleUK" 25th Jul
No HDMI port?
judavid896 m ago

No HDMI port?


Can buy a adapter or cable.
Edited by: "EagleUK" 25th Jul
Good machine, bought one of these earlier in the year for my daughter to do her homework on but she mainly uses it to play Fortnite and Sims4 which is does happily although it gets a little warm in the sff case.

Edit- just seen this one only has onboard graphics, previously they included a discrete graphics card
Edited by: "trickyd" 25th Jul
could I put a graphic card in this
Put a 960 in this and it'll be a cute little gaming PC for under £400
trickyd25 m ago

Edit- just seen this one only has onboard graphics, previously they …Edit- just seen this one only has onboard graphics, previously they included a discrete graphics card


These generally don't have discrete Graphics as standard,, OptiPlex is the basic business range so unless someone specified a better graphics card at initial order time it will be bog standard onboard. The onboards are OK for general use, but not for anything too graphically intense..

That said the SFF generally would need half height cards, not a big problem, just something to aware of if you plan to put a card in afterwards.
judavid891 h, 0 m ago

No HDMI port?



If your lucky someone specified a display port adapter, but HDMI is pretty unusual in business PC world where they will connect to monitors via VGA/DVI or Dispaly Port, not home TV's . And VGA is still in common use in most business cases, it works fine and it the one port pretty much every monitor is guaranteed to have.
Here's one with a discrete graphics card for £320: itzoo.co.uk/col…-10

Get one of them mini 6GB 1060s in there and you've got a pretty good gaming PC for under £600!
Think a LP 1050ti is the best you'll manage due to the PSU but could be wrong
CAL2313 m ago

Here's one with a discrete graphics card for £320: …Here's one with a discrete graphics card for £320: https://itzoo.co.uk/collections/pc-base-units/products/dell-optiplex-9020-sff-desktop-computer-i7-4790-3-60ghz-16gb-windows-10Get one of them mini 6GB 1060s in there and you've got a pretty good gaming PC for under £600!


And better cpu as well
aceuk11 h, 2 m ago

Would a GTX 1080 / 1080 Ti fit (like the mini Zotac cards)?


That looks to be a full height card so probably not not sure the PSU can supply enough juice either.

This is a half height/low profile card. You can see the difference. zotac.com/us/…ile
you can usually adapt up a low half height up to s full height but the other way round.

These optiplex range are build for for long life and to be quiet. Generally there is limited options for upgrads
Edited by: "gavin1" 26th Jul
You need a low profile card in this. 1050ti is pretty much your ceiling for this right now. It’d still make a good value all round pc.
Marekj5 m ago

You need a low profile card in this. 1050ti is pretty much your ceiling …You need a low profile card in this. 1050ti is pretty much your ceiling for this right now. It’d still make a good value all round pc.


Be warned a LP 1050ti in a small form factor case is not the quietest. Okay if noise isn't a concern but it was for me.
will this be good for a plex server?
maple41 h, 42 m ago

will this be good for a plex server?


More than enough power with that CPU, with my rough math you could transcode roughly six 1080P streams at one time with this box.
maple43 h, 13 m ago

will this be good for a plex server?


You could buy a new i5-8400 barebones pc for about £360 from eg nova tech.
this is a much newer processor with 6 cores and it also has hardware decoding of the latest video formats unlike the old one in this pc. It would use less electricity too.
Note the one in this post includes a windows licence though.

if your clients can all run a player that supports all video formats then the server doesn’t have to transcode and then a quite low spec / low power consumption server is sufficient.
Eg the nvidia shield tv runs Plex server and can be had for £120 from cex.
a basic front end like a fire tv running Plex would be sufficient on a connected tv in another room, and the shield could play on the main tv up to 4K
CopaceticAnswers11 h, 3 m ago

Put a 960 in this and it'll be a cute little gaming PC for under £400


Sadly they never did a low profile gtx 960,only a mini (full height and around half the length)

Best you can hope for is a gtx 750/750ti or gtx 1050/1050ti all low profile.
Dont think about gaming on these, they more business office use. Its perfect for office use!
with one of the cards that i mentioned above you can quite easily game on this pc, might have to lower some settings on a few games tho
Edited by: "greenalien1" 26th Jul
Would you be able to play Ark Survival on this machine (I know nothing about modern PCs and games!)?
Gah, just got a similar one last week from Flea-Bay for slightly more - although I did get a 1tb drive.
Are ITZoo ok as a company? As refurb prices look pretty good.

OHs laptop just died and he needs a replacement, primarily for processing photos. More +ve reviews for the company than -ve ones does anyone know?
Can you stick the internals into an atx tower?
Burgmeister38 m ago

Would you be able to play Ark Survival on this machine (I know nothing …Would you be able to play Ark Survival on this machine (I know nothing about modern PCs and games!)?


as it is? nope!
if you find a low profile 1050Ti graphics card without the need of external power connection...if could work, but would not recommend to build a gaming PC on a small form factor machine
This is the only way to buy PCs in quantity for a business and anything you buy now is obsolete in 5 minutes. The old i7 in these is still a fast processor and the 16GB RAM is fine for most along with the 500GB HDD. Gaming isn't for me anyway as this is for loners and sad people who don't like to go outdoors or have many friends,
bylromarha1 h, 8 m ago

Are ITZoo ok as a company? As refurb prices look pretty good.OHs laptop …Are ITZoo ok as a company? As refurb prices look pretty good.OHs laptop just died and he needs a replacement, primarily for processing photos. More +ve reviews for the company than -ve ones does anyone know?


Bought a Dell SFF from them recently, fast delivery and well packed (just the box is way too big for a tiny SFF unit )
Can you stick the internals in an atx tower and use normal sized peripherals
Most likely not as it will have a non standard motherboard, screw holes in different places than a shop bought one.
Blow upppp
Picco2 h, 3 m ago

as it is? nope! if you find a low profile 1050Ti graphics card without the …as it is? nope! if you find a low profile 1050Ti graphics card without the need of external power connection...if could work, but would not recommend to build a gaming PC on a small form factor machine



OK thanks. Don't play games myself but my daughter does. She likes Sims and Mincraft which, as I understand, aren't too resource hungry but she's also interested in Ark Survival. Don't really want to stump up for a full-on gaming machine just because she might like to play that one.
CAL2315 h, 54 m ago

Here's one with a discrete graphics card for £320: …Here's one with a discrete graphics card for £320: https://itzoo.co.uk/collections/pc-base-units/products/dell-optiplex-9020-sff-desktop-computer-i7-4790-3-60ghz-16gb-windows-10Get one of them mini 6GB 1060s in there and you've got a pretty good gaming PC for under £600!



Good spot. Must have missed seeing that one. I'll add it to the deal info as it is worth the few extra £s.
Edited by: "thetarget" 26th Jul
Sold out now.
FlabbyTabby26th Jul

This is the only way to buy PCs in quantity for a business and anything …This is the only way to buy PCs in quantity for a business and anything you buy now is obsolete in 5 minutes. The old i7 in these is still a fast processor and the 16GB RAM is fine for most along with the 500GB HDD. Gaming isn't for me anyway as this is for loners and sad people who don't like to go outdoors or have many friends,


That's a bit judgemental and deep for a deals forum...
FlabbyTabby26th Jul

This is the only way to buy PCs in quantity for a business and anything …This is the only way to buy PCs in quantity for a business and anything you buy now is obsolete in 5 minutes. The old i7 in these is still a fast processor and the 16GB RAM is fine for most along with the 500GB HDD. Gaming isn't for me anyway as this is for loners and sad people who don't like to go outdoors or have many friends,


You collect Lego...
Bit of an overpowered office PC but then again at £299 its probably more than any office I've ever worked for, would be willing to spend on PC equipment. Very good i7 in this and with an adaptor can do HDMI. Although its a good base for a gaming pc with the i7, its probably too much money to replace the PSU, case presumably and grab a GTX card.
kwl14757 m ago

Bit of an overpowered office PC but then again at £299 its probably more …Bit of an overpowered office PC but then again at £299 its probably more than any office I've ever worked for, would be willing to spend on PC equipment. Very good i7 in this and with an adaptor can do HDMI. Although its a good base for a gaming pc with the i7, its probably too much money to replace the PSU, case presumably and grab a GTX card.


Depends in the workload. The i7 of that age probably added in hyper threading over the i5 which may or may not help depending on use. It all depends how hyper thread aware the software you are using is as to how it may speed up your work.

Over simplifying the situation but games often don’t benefit from hyper threading so it may not be so useful over a similarly priced (but faster) i5. Office apps often do benefit as background tasks such as AV scanningcan be shunted to another thread.
Tantrix17 h, 36 m ago

Dont think about gaming on these, they more business office use. Its …Dont think about gaming on these, they more business office use. Its perfect for office use!


Depends what games and the graphics detail settings. Not everyone plays the latest games and have graphics set to "ultra".

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