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Dell Inspiron 3647 Small Desktop: i3-4170, 4GB DDR3, 1TB HDD, Win 10 EXPIRED

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Promoted 11-24-2015 by SubZero5 at 12:42 PM View Original Post
Dell Home & Office has Dell Inspiron 3647 Small Desktop: i3-4170, 4GB DDR3, 1TB HDD, Win 10 for $499.99 - $150 w/ coupon code SMALLDT - $130 Slickdeals rebate = $219.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian.

Specs:
  • i3-4170 CPU
  • 4GB DDR3 Memory
  • 1TB Hard Drive
  • DVDRW
  • Intel HD Video
  • WiFi + BT 4.0
  • Windows 10 Home
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Rebate is valid through 11/26 and limit 1 claim per household.

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Edited November 24, 2015 at 12:20 PM by TattyBear
deal [dell.com]

$499.99 - $150 w/ coupon code SMALLDT - $130 slickdeals rebate [4myrebate.com] = $219.99 + free shipping

Specs:
  • i3-4170 CPU
  • 4GB DDR3 Memory
  • 1TB Hard Drive
  • DVDRW
  • Intel HD Video
  • WiFi + BT 4.0
  • Windows 10 Home
rebate will need:
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  • Copy of Receipt/Invoice with SKU Listed 469-0944
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#3
How many USB ports?
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#4
is this likely the best deal I can expect for a new i3 desktop? sure seems like it compared to other BF retailers (Staples, frys, OD/OM, BB, etc)
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#5
I recently bought the Pentium G3220 version from a reputable seller on eBay for $120 shipped still with Dell warranty until January and Windows 10 Pro.

Be aware that the heatsink fan is small (80mm) and is kind of noisy. I replaced it with an Arctic F8, but the small fan size makes noise hard to avoid. There is not enough space surrounding the CPU to put a larger heatsink, unfortunately.

In addition, the stock hard drive isn't the quietest. I'll likely replace it with an SSD eventually.

That being said, it's a cool little system that makes for an excellent HTPC. At $220 direct from Dell, I think this is a decent deal, but if you are only using it as an HTPC or non-gaming general computer, the i3 isn't really necessary, so I'd take a look around eBay first.

Quote from Rob_Bookkite View Post :
How many USB ports?
Front: 2x USB 2.0
Back: 4x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0

http://www.brandsmartusa.com/pdfs...191232.pdf
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Last edited by electrobento November 24, 2015 at 12:52 PM
#6
How's it for editing videos?
My i5 laptop acts like a snail sometimes when editing videos.
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Quote from Mystery123 View Post :
How's it for editing videos?
My i5 laptop acts like a snail sometimes when editing videos.
Which i5 does your laptop have?

This is a desktop CPU, so it will most likely outperform any laptop i5.
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Quote from electrobento View Post :
I recently bought the Pentium G3220 version from a reputable seller on eBay for $120 shipped still with Dell warranty until January and Windows 10 Pro.

Be aware that the heatsink fan is small (80mm) and is kind of noisy. I replaced it with an Arctic F8, but the small fan size makes noise hard to avoid. There is not enough space surrounding the CPU to put a larger heatsink, unfortunately.

In addition, the stock hard drive isn't the quietest. I'll likely replace it with an SSD eventually.

That being said, it's a cool little system that makes for an excellent HTPC. At $220 direct from Dell, I think this is a decent deal, but if you are only using it as an HTPC, the i3 isn't really necessary, so I'd take a look around eBay first.



Front: 2x USB 2.0
Back: 4x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0

http://www.brandsmartusa.com/pdfs...191232.pdf
Well put. I have the exact same setup and was going to suggest the same thing. I paid more, I think about 160 as a refurbished from Dell directly... but the fan and hdd are noisy
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#9
The rebate mentions American Express. Do you need to purchase this through AMEX?
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#10
2 questions... Would it be easy to swap some of these components into a cheap build I'm doing? I have fans, a case, and a psu that I want to use with this processor and hard drive. Also on my other comp I have windows 7 and office 13. How easy would it be to transfer my copy of office to this new setup on Windows 10?
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Quote from electrobento View Post :
Which i5 does your laptop have?

This is a desktop CPU, so it will most likely outperform any laptop i5.
Some old crap.
Dell E6410.
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#13
wow desktops have gotten so cheap. retail Windows 10 is half that price!
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Is this the proper click through?

http://slickdeals.net/?pno=169761&lno=1&trd=Dell%2BHome%2Bamp%2BOffice&afsrc=1&mon=1&ref=1
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#15
If I throw in some more RAM, will it have enough processing power to run Solidworks?
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