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      Refurbished Dell Optiplex 3010 SFF PC i3 3220 3.3Ghz HDMI Win 10 £67.50 @ ITZOO
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      Refurbished Dell Optiplex 3010 SFF PC i3 3220 3.3Ghz HDMI Win 10 £67.50 @ ITZOO

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      Intel i3 3220 3.30Ghz
      Memory: 4GB DDR3
      Storage: 250GB Sata
      Optical Drive: DVD
      Graphics: Intel HD 2500
      Ports: 8 X USB 2.0 Ports, RJ-45 Network Port, VGA port, HDMI Port, Audio Ports

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      Bargain PC, only missing an SSD to modernise it.
      Great machine to make into an emulation station!
      How easy to put in a ssd? And would it be better than an old 2008 iMac? Looks cheap but I'm no expert on computers.
      Nice one. I paid £35 for the SSD upgrade, which seems more than reasonable for a new part fitted with Windows. Only £5 delivery too. Been waiting for one of these and this deal feels right. I don't do much more than stream video and play poker, so the spec should be fine and I can always upgrade the RAM if need be.
      Stick a 3dfx2 card in there and a copy of W98 and you got a nice Windows/Dos pc for old games.
      peterszy20/08/2019 16:51

      How easy to put in a ssd? And would it be better than an old 2008 iMac? …How easy to put in a ssd? And would it be better than an old 2008 iMac? Looks cheap but I'm no expert on computers.


      Very easy indeed if you are replacing the primary drive. If you are adding a drive, power and SATA connections may be an issue and you may well need to improvise to fit/mount it.
      Edited by: "WessexUnderwater" 20th Aug
      peterszy20/08/2019 16:51

      How easy to put in a ssd? And would it be better than an old 2008 iMac? …How easy to put in a ssd? And would it be better than an old 2008 iMac? Looks cheap but I'm no expert on computers.


      If it uses the same blue caddy as my Optiplex 390 then very easily. The same caddy takes both 2.5" and 3.5" hard drive at once!
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      According to the web page, comes with Windows 10 Home Premium 64 Bit, "pro" is an extra £25
      - which I'd gladly pay, to "backgrade" to W/7 pro!
      deleted36172620/08/2019 19:24

      According to the web page, comes with Windows 10 Home Premium 64 Bit, …According to the web page, comes with Windows 10 Home Premium 64 Bit, "pro" is an extra £25- which I'd gladly pay, to "backgrade" to W/7 pro!


      You've only got a few months left of win7 updates, so GL with that.
      Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 20th Aug
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      RiverDragon820/08/2019 20:20

      You've only got a few months left of win7 updates, so GL with that.



      And theres Linux afrer that
      WessexUnderwater20/08/2019 17:39

      Very easy indeed if you are replacing the primary drive. If you are adding …Very easy indeed if you are replacing the primary drive. If you are adding a drive, power and SATA connections may be an issue and you may well need to improvise to fit/mount it.


      Lose the optical drive and put your ssd in there with a kit for about £6 on Amazon.
      So I bought this before seeing any deals on this app, I’ve never heard of optiplex, so I thought I’ll buy it for £20 off someone. It doesn’t even have WiFi and it’s used 🤮 £20
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      Atar_Oosa20/08/2019 23:50

      So I bought this before seeing any deals on this app, I’ve never heard of o …So I bought this before seeing any deals on this app, I’ve never heard of optiplex, so I thought I’ll buy it for £20 off someone. It doesn’t even have WiFi and it’s used 🤮 £20 [Image]


      Get yourself a wifi dongle from ebay for £5 and you'll get wifi on the computer.
      Atar_Oosa20/08/2019 23:50

      So I bought this before seeing any deals on this app, I’ve never heard of o …So I bought this before seeing any deals on this app, I’ve never heard of optiplex, so I thought I’ll buy it for £20 off someone. It doesn’t even have WiFi and it’s used 🤮 £20 [Image]


      You have Spotify on it so can't be that bad, and it's not hard to get a usb WiFi working seeing as it's mostly plug and play.

      You trolling?
      Bargain when you look how hot a core2due got with half the horse power. Not a bad little rig.
      Maverick7720/08/2019 23:27

      Lose the optical drive and put your ssd in there with a kit for about £6 …Lose the optical drive and put your ssd in there with a kit for about £6 on Amazon.


      Can you link to the Amazon deal please?

      I actually prefer to keep the optical drive and replace the HDD with an SSD. Do you need a specific caddy for this machine or is it just a generic caddy? Thanks.
      troublesome121/08/2019 09:02

      Can you link to the Amazon deal please?I actually prefer to keep the …Can you link to the Amazon deal please?I actually prefer to keep the optical drive and replace the HDD with an SSD. Do you need a specific caddy for this machine or is it just a generic caddy? Thanks.


      Most SSDs are 2.5 inch and your hdd usually 3.5 inch so you want a mounting kit to keep it in place
      troublesome121/08/2019 09:02

      Can you link to the Amazon deal please?I actually prefer to keep the …Can you link to the Amazon deal please?I actually prefer to keep the optical drive and replace the HDD with an SSD. Do you need a specific caddy for this machine or is it just a generic caddy? Thanks.


      2.5" to 3.5" caddy
      troublesome121/08/2019 09:02

      Can you link to the Amazon deal please?I actually prefer to keep the …Can you link to the Amazon deal please?I actually prefer to keep the optical drive and replace the HDD with an SSD. Do you need a specific caddy for this machine or is it just a generic caddy? Thanks.


      This is the one I used.

      Qumox Laptop 2nd HDD SSD DVD Bay Caddy Adapter for 2.5''/12.7mm Universal CD/DVD-ROM SATA TO SATA Hard Drive External Enclosure
      amazon.co.uk/dp/…9FX

      Really easy to fit and there's even a couple of guides on YouTube.
      Maverick7721/08/2019 10:22

      This is the one I used.Qumox Laptop 2nd HDD SSD DVD Bay Caddy Adapter for …This is the one I used.Qumox Laptop 2nd HDD SSD DVD Bay Caddy Adapter for 2.5''/12.7mm Universal CD/DVD-ROM SATA TO SATA Hard Drive External Enclosure https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00C94HQV6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_y0qxDbHKBM9FXReally easy to fit and there's even a couple of guides on YouTube.


      Thanks, but isn't this for laptops?
      troublesome121/08/2019 10:30

      Thanks, but isn't this for laptops?


      It is but it's the same drive that they use in an optiplex.
      Would this be any good for converting to a budget NAS? Have a few good HDDs but NAS boxes are expensive.
      IF I'm not mitsaken , this CPU will work with ecc ram* , ya's ago I bought a HP microsever and upgraded the CPU to this , and it works fine with ECC ram . No bov's
      Could be good for any server boffins.
      *Doesnt admit it on Intel ark

      According to motherboard manufacturer Supermicro, if a Core i3 processor is used with a server chipset platform such as Intel 3400/3420/3450, the CPU will support ECC with UDIMM.[24] When asked, Intel confirmed that, although the Intel 5 series chipset supports non-ECC memory only with the Core i5 or i3 processors, using those processors on a motherboard with 3400 series chipsets it will support the ECC function of ECC memory.
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      Edited by: "GwanGy" 21st Aug
      Robin_Beaumont21/08/2019 07:33

      You have Spotify on it so can't be that bad, and it's not hard to get a …You have Spotify on it so can't be that bad, and it's not hard to get a usb WiFi working seeing as it's mostly plug and play. You trolling?


      I bought it, and it already had these on it. Last owner didn’t delete. Not trolling at all
      keenan31621/08/2019 09:58

      2.5" to 3.5" caddy


      No need I think. There is a user manual Here worth reading if you are seriously thinking about buying and upgrading. Says it has a caddy for 2 x 2.5" disks, couldn't see anything about spare power or Sata connectors, but obviously if you want to ditch HDD that's not such a problem.
      Liam_D21/08/2019 11:38

      Would this be any good for converting to a budget NAS? Have a few good …Would this be any good for converting to a budget NAS? Have a few good HDDs but NAS boxes are expensive.


      I wouldn't have thought there would be any space for extra hard drives so no
      Atar_Oosa20/08/2019 23:50

      So I bought this before seeing any deals on this app, I’ve never heard of o …So I bought this before seeing any deals on this app, I’ve never heard of optiplex, so I thought I’ll buy it for £20 off someone. It doesn’t even have WiFi and it’s used 🤮 £20 [Image]


      I am not sure if your joking or not
      1x 2.5 and one normal at a push wouldn't advise it though.
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