- Intel Xeon E3-1225 v5 CPU
- 4GB ECC Memory
- 500GB Hard Drive
- DVD ROM
- NO OS
Editor's Notes & Price Research
Dell Advantage members may also earn an additional 5% back in Rewards (free to join). Refer to the forum thread for additional information and discussion. -johnny_miller
1. Add to cart [There is a $311 instant discount on this system (Limited time)]
2. Apply $280 off coupon number "349T130" on it (Expires 09/25/2016)
PS: I strongly recommend to go with 1230 V5 processor for another $33.46 as it has HT option.
This is the best price I have seen for T130.
Feel free to pass on if you dont like the deal..
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E3-1225V5 is the only processor with the skylake iGPU. The others include a basic maxtor GPU, which is good for servers, but if you plan to connect it to a TV/monitor and do basic media/gaming, you should get the skylake gpu, or plan to get a discrete one. However, with discrete GPUs, the fan's RPM will go really high, and it'll be loud. There's a workaround for that mentioned later in the thread (http://slickdeals.net/?adobeRef=96d54
^ Skylake iGPU won't matter after all, since apparently Dell hasn't connected it on the motherboard to drive a display. So no big reason to get the E3-1225V5 any more. You might still be able to do some GPGPU stuff on it, but that's a minor point which most people won't have use for.