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Refurbished Dell Optiplex 9020 USFF/ i5 4590s/ 256GB SSD / 8GB DDR3 / Windows 10 £117 @ ITZOO
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Refurbished Dell Optiplex 9020 USFF/ i5 4590s/ 256GB SSD / 8GB DDR3 / Windows 10 £117 @ ITZOO

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Isn't this one the USFF - so no graphics card upgrade - it's too small and there's no slot?
Edited by: "mikedigitales" 17th Oct
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Great price. I use one of these as a Plex server. Absolutely flawless.
would this be good for video editing and sound editing ?
matti12017/10/2019 11:13

would this be good for video editing and sound editing ?


Sound yes. This outspecs my Desktop.
Video: not so much
Superb machine if you're into emulation...I have one set up with Launchbox, and run everything right up to dreamcast perfectly.
Could you put a gt710 or similar in this?
matti12017/10/2019 11:13

would this be good for video editing and sound editing ?


You'll want something with a graphics card.

See what app you use and what chips it prefers, AMD or nvidia.then buy accordingly ..
Would this handle photoshop...mainly for cropping images, but not labour intensive, also fast performance wise?
do a lot of copy and pasting text , so have about 10 -15 pages open at any one time
Is it any good for playing Fortnite?
ToeCrusher17/10/2019 12:05

Is it any good for playing Fortnite?


With a GPU like a GT 1030 (GDDR5 version, avoid that DDR4 one) or a GTX 1050 Ti LP - though last time I recommended the latter I got into a huge argument with someone so make you own mind up on that one. As this desktop SFF has a decent-ish quad-core it's fast enough, one of the gaming PCs at home has this exact chip (the S is lower power) and an RX 480 and runs Fortnite, max everything 1080p.

It's the USFF, no additional upgrades!
Edited by: "plewis00" 17th Oct
davejlondon17/10/2019 11:18

Superb machine if you're into emulation...I have one set up with …Superb machine if you're into emulation...I have one set up with Launchbox, and run everything right up to dreamcast perfectly.


I've been watching ETA Prime in YouTube a lot recently so know exactly what you mean!
GTX 1065 is the most powerful low-profile card you can put in these machines - you can purchase for around £150 and get High/Very High gfx on most AAA games - mine works great in an HP Elite i7
plewis0017/10/2019 12:16

With a GPU like a GT 1030 (GDDR5 version, avoid that DDR4 one) or a GTX …With a GPU like a GT 1030 (GDDR5 version, avoid that DDR4 one) or a GTX 1050 Ti LP - though last time I recommended the latter I got into a huge argument with someone so make you own mind up on that one. As this desktop SFF has a decent-ish quad-core it's fast enough, one of the gaming PCs at home has this exact chip (the S is lower power) and an RX 480 and runs Fortnite, max everything 1080p.


I've just recommended this PC to a user on a discussion thread, along with a 1650 or 1050 LP. Would make a cracking little gaming PC for under £300, the old haswell chips still have decent single core performance
jaydeeuk117/10/2019 12:40

I've just recommended this PC to a user on a discussion thread, along with …I've just recommended this PC to a user on a discussion thread, along with a 1650 or 1050 LP. Would make a cracking little gaming PC for under £300, the old haswell chips still have decent single core performance


Yes, I think 1650 LP is the current top-end low-profile card you can get and doesn't need extra power. The Haswell chips are still good today, I know, I game using one but I have a bigger PSU and case. I am glad someone else agrees and hasn't accused me of 'missing the point' again, you will load up the PSU nearer it's limit but it won't go over and thermally you should be fine too - it's not like you're running full-load 24/7. You can drop the power limit on the card if really concerned.
kobirulali17/10/2019 12:17

I've been watching ETA Prime in YouTube a lot recently so know exactly …I've been watching ETA Prime in YouTube a lot recently so know exactly what you mean!


That makes 2 of us lol it was ETA's videos that resulted in me buying one
Sold out
The only thing that might be an issue is this only has a 200W PSU, so if you add a graphics card you might be pushing the power supply.
Isn't this one the USFF - so no graphics card upgrade - it's too small and there's no slot?
Edited by: "mikedigitales" 17th Oct
Ordered an i3 with 4GB RAM a few months back and it works like a dream. Pity I couldn't have got this deal, but hey ho.
ChrisRX17/10/2019 13:16

The only thing that might be an issue is this only has a 200W PSU, so if …The only thing that might be an issue is this only has a 200W PSU, so if you add a graphics card you might be pushing the power supply.


That's why I haven't put a half decent GPU in my ThinkCentre.
very good spec for the money....
mikedigitales17/10/2019 13:22

Isn't this one the USFF - so no graphics card upgrade - it's too small and …Isn't this one the USFF - so no graphics card upgrade - it's too small and there's no slot?


Ha, yup you're right.
mikedigitales17/10/2019 13:22

Isn't this one the USFF - so no graphics card upgrade - it's too small and …Isn't this one the USFF - so no graphics card upgrade - it's too small and there's no slot?


Um... yeah, you're right. So used to seeing the SFF with low-profile slots on HUKD.

sfsorrow17/10/2019 14:26

That's why I haven't put a half decent GPU in my ThinkCentre.


200W is enough headroom for a GTX 1050 Ti LP though (about 70W full-load). But Lenovo does have a weird power limit on the PCIe slots of around 35-40W on some machines.
Edited by: "plewis00" 17th Oct
I bought this PC last time it was on sale a few weeks ago.
You can install a second 2.5" HDD (maximum capacity 2TB) with this caddy that I bought from Amazon.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Hope that helps anyone who wants to add additional storage.
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