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Dell Business Outlet

Today Only - 35% Off select Laptops, Desktops, Servers, Tablets & Monitors + Free Shipping

Use code qddsb351Main Sale Link [dell.com]

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have the dell chromebooks ever come up in the outlet?
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Need a great desktop. Any recommendation?
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Quote from shadowarachh View Post :
have the dell chromebooks ever come up in the outlet?
In the past, yes. But they seem to be a hot item and most of the times there won't be a coupon for them.

They get snapped up pretty fast.
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Need a great desktop. Any recommendation?
I picked up the following Optiplex 7040 for $336.22 shipped. Seems like a good deal considering the i7-6700 alone retails for ~$300

Processor: Intel Core 6th Generation i7-6700 Processor (Quad Core, 3.4GHz, 8M Cache, 65W)
Windows 10 Pro
500 GB Solid State Hybrid Drive with 8GB Flash
500GB 2.5-Inch Solid State Hybrid Drive (5400 RPM)
16GB (2x8GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Non-ECC
8X DVD +/- RW Drive
Intel Integrated Graphics
Dell Outlet Optiplex 7040 Mini Tower
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Quote from TCB82 View Post :
I picked up the following Optiplex 7040 for $336.22 shipped. Seems like a good deal considering the i7-6700 alone retails for ~$300

Processor: Intel Core 6th Generation i7-6700 Processor (Quad Core, 3.4GHz, 8M Cache, 65W)
Windows 10 Pro
500 GB Solid State Hybrid Drive with 8GB Flash
500GB 2.5-Inch Solid State Hybrid Drive (5400 RPM)
16GB (2x8GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Non-ECC
8X DVD +/- RW Drive
Intel Integrated Graphics
Dell Outlet Optiplex 7040 Mini Tower

Damn, that's a great deal!
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anyone else getting errors trying to add to cart?
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Quote from Fuzzy Wuzzy View Post :
Damn, that's a great deal!
Yeah, I thought it was too good to be true after I tried to add it to my shopping cart and got an error message which directed me to call Dell.

I did so, gave the rep the parts list and he found the item. He then added the coupon code before I even had to ask.

Looks like I got the last of this set-up. However there seems to be other i7-6700's left

http://outlet.us.dell.com/ARBOnli...d=aa0fae8e

http://outlet.us.dell.com/ARBOnli...d=b920ae82

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anyone else getting errors trying to add to cart?
I had to call and I have the name and direct line to the rep I spoke to. Can I post that info without violating any forum rules?
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There are some insane deals on the 7040 desktops. i7-6700 for $409 before the coupon (so about $265 after)! I snatched up a couple, but there are still a lot left. Go go go!
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There are some insane deals on the 7040 desktops. i7-6700 for $409 before the coupon (so about $265 after)! I snatched up a couple, but there are still a lot left. Go go go!
Any idea if you can throw a decent graphics card in that?
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Any idea if you can throw a decent graphics card in that?
You would be limited by the small form factor and PSU, I think it's only 220w.

However, grab this:

http://slickdeals.net/f/8876911-enermax-eca3351a-bt-u2-atx-mid-case-15-ar-newegg?src=catpagev2

this:

http://slickdeals.net/f/8881767-amd-rx-480-cards-in-stock-released-today-microcenter-199-99?src=catpagev2

and this:

http://slickdeals.net/f/8851335-evga-600w-80-certified-atx-power-supply-30-free-store-pickup?src=catpagev2

and you'll have $600 gaming rig that should max anything at 1080p for the next few years.
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Any idea if you can throw a decent graphics card in that?
According to the spec sheet, it has a 240 watt PSU, and probably not a standard one that you can replace.

http://i.dell.com/sites/doccontent/shared-content/data-sheets/en/Documents/ecemea-optiplex-7040-technical-spec-sheet.pdf
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Any idea if you can throw a decent graphics card in that?
You'd need a better power supply (mini-tower comes with a 240w, small form factor with a 180w), however the power supply is a non-standard size so you'd need to get a new case and move everything in there.
You can read dell's spec sheet here
http://i.dell.com/sites/docconten...-sheet.pdf

Just make sure you don't get the Micro form factor version of the 7040 (which comes with a lower power i7-6700T) as that won't be expandable.

But get a new case, a new power supply, and you can through in whatever video card you want and enjoy your blazing fast computer for next to nothing.

Personally I'd keep the original case around for at least a year, as the dell business outlet desktops have a 3-year warranty. So if something breaks, just put it all back in the original case and have dell fix it Smilie
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Last edited by blin June 29, 2016 at 11:56 AM
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According to the spec sheet, it has a 240 watt PSU, and probably not a standard one that you can replace.

http://i.dell.com/sites/docconten...-sheet.pdf

You need the mini tower in order to add a graphics card. The PSU is standard. The micro tower does not have a full size PCIe and their motherboards are not standard ATX or mATX as far as I can research. It's unfortunate since I do not need a new PC and the micro towers are the best deal, but I really want a Mini Tower so I can upgrade the graphics.

http://www0.sun.ac.za/itservices/...x_7040.pdf
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will the included mobo support higher end graphics card tho?
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