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Dell Inspiron 5675 Desktop: Ryzen 7 1700x, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD EXPIRED

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Dell MPP (Member Purchase Program) has Dell Inspiron 5675 Desktop for $783.99 after coupon code 50OFF699. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

Specs:
  • AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Octo-Core Processor
  • 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM
  • 1TB 64MB Cache 7200 RPM SATA 6Gb/s Hard Drive
  • AMD Radeon RX 570 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
  • Dual Band 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 4.1
  • Windows 10 Home 64bit
  • Dell KB216 Wired Keyboard + Dell MS116 Wired Mouse included
  • 460 Watt Power Supply w/ Polar Blue LEDs
  • Ports:
    • 4x USB 3.1 Type-A
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
    • 4x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
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Dell Home offers Inspiron 5675 Gaming Desktop with Ryzen 7 1700X 3.4 GHz 8 Core CPU, 8GB DDR4 2400 MHz Ram, 1TB 7200 RPM HDD, AMD RX 570 4GB GDDR5, DVD-RW, Type-C gen 2 Port, Windows 10 Home 64 Bit @ $ 782.99 with coupon code 50OFF699. Shipping is free and tax in most states.

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http://deals.dell.com/mpp/productdetail/hvo

SPEC:
AMD Ryzen 7 1700X (8C/16T, 20MB Cache, 3.8 GHz Turbo)
8GB DDR4 2400 MHz Ram
AMD RX 570 4GB GDDR5
1TB 7200 RPM HDD /w 64MB Cache
DVD-RW
USB Keyboard & Mouse Combo
802.11ac (2x2) WiFi + Bluetooth 4.1 + Gigabit Ethernet
460 Watt Power Supply with Polar Blue LED Illumination
PORTS:
  • 6x USB 3.0
  • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C gen1
  • 4x USB 2.0
  • 1x 7.1 Channel Audio Out
  • 1x P/S 2
  • 1x Audio Combo Jack
  • 1x 3-in-1 card reader
EXPANSION SLOTS:
  • 2x PCIe X1
  • 2x PCIe X16
  • 3x HDD bay
  • 2x SSD bay
30.27 lbs / 13.74 kg
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Last Edited by JohnTHaller August 11, 2017 at 12:06 PM
Dell rep confirmed via chat that the motherboard in this Ryzen variant has an m.2 slot and supports nvme.

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What? You don't have to doubt anything. Do some research and look at actual power consumption.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/103...-review/30

A system with a i7-4960x (130W TDP) with a GTX 1080 pulls in 335W under load. Keep in mind, the R7 1700x at 95W TDP is actual power consumption under load; 95W probably only achievable under synthetic stress tests. (And lets not even delve into how AMD and Intel mean different things when they say TDP).

Even under gaming, the 1700x consumes half its rated TDP. http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...987-8.html

A 460W PSU is definitely enough for a GTX 1080 in this system
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If the 1700x is rated at 95w tdp and a 1080 is 180w tdp, there seems to be plenty power even if you upgrade to a 1080. Why would you need to upgrade the psu?
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As someone who has built PC's for 15 years. People farking crack me up when they are building a single GPU, 1-2 hard drive, and a 7th gen or ryzen thinking they need a 750 or 850 PSU, shit the RATING is 100x more important for stability. I use a 650 platinum in my gtx 1080, 32gb 3000mhz, water cooled, i7 OCd to 4.8ghz/core and my MAX draw is like 410w
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can i still sell rx 570 to upgrade to 1080 maybe??? how.s the resale value for the 570??? that would make it a great deal...
Not so much anymore. 1month earlier yes u could had done with 580. I did with r9 fury
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You would have to upgrade the power supply first. A 460 watt is pretty weak. Ryzen does better with faster ram than 2400. Not a bad pc by any means but I feel you'll be limited on future upgrades with this. It would be nice if they mentioned what type of board was in the build so you could know if OC'ing the processor is possible. I have a feeling its not since they have the 1700x selected.
If the 1700x is rated at 95w tdp and a 1080 is 180w tdp, there seems to be plenty power even if you upgrade to a 1080. Why would you need to upgrade the psu?
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wow AMD bringing powerful computer to the mainstream. This type of power was reserved for the elite i7K pc snob.

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You would have to upgrade the power supply first. A 460 watt is pretty weak. Ryzen does better with faster ram than 2400. Not a bad pc by any means but I feel you'll be limited on future upgrades with this. It would be nice if they mentioned what type of board was in the build so you could know if OC'ing the processor is possible. I have a feeling its not since they have the 1700x selected.
Complete wrong information. With that PSU, you can actually have a card like GTX 1080, no change requires, unless you are planning to overclock a lot.
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Complete wrong information. With that PSU, you can actually have a card like GTX 1080, no change requires, unless you are planning to overclock a lot.
I doubt that... usually these pre-built systems use power supplies with just enough power for it's average power consumption plus a bit more just for safety and so they don't account for any upgrades. Plus the fact that the power supply itself could be iffy and its not running at it's recommended wattage if you change out the graphic card. I'd also recommend getting a better power supply here.
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I doubt that... usually these pre-built systems use power supplies with just enough power for it's average power consumption plus a bit more just for safety and so they don't account for any upgrades. Plus the fact that the power supply itself could be iffy and its not running at it's recommended wattage if you change out the graphic card. I'd also recommend getting a better power supply here.
What? You don't have to doubt anything. Do some research and look at actual power consumption.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/103...-review/30

A system with a i7-4960x (130W TDP) with a GTX 1080 pulls in 335W under load. Keep in mind, the R7 1700x at 95W TDP is actual power consumption under load; 95W probably only achievable under synthetic stress tests. (And lets not even delve into how AMD and Intel mean different things when they say TDP).

Even under gaming, the 1700x consumes half its rated TDP. http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...987-8.html

A 460W PSU is definitely enough for a GTX 1080 in this system
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Can this run and fit 2 video cards in SLI? In the future I want to buy 2 RX Vegas. Can those fit and work in this PC when they're available?
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