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Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop: i7-6700, 16GB DDR3, 2TB HDD, AMD Radeon R9 360 2GB EXPIRED

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Dell Small Business has Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop for $949 - $350 w/ coupon code SAVE350 = $599. Shipping is free. Thanks RevOne

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  • Intel Core i7-6700 Quad Core 3.6GHz CPU
  • 2TB 7200RPM Hard Drive
  • 16GB 1600MHz DDR3L RAM
  • AMD Radeon R9 360 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
  • DVD-RW Drive
  • Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.0
  • 5.1 Channel Wave MaxxAudio Pro
  • Dell Wired Keyboard + Mouse included
  • Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit (Includes Windows 10 Pro License)
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$599 + Free Shipping w/ code SAVE350

Specs:
  • Intel Core i7-6700 Quad Core 3.6GHz CPU
  • 16GB 1600MHz DDR3L RAM
  • 2TB 7200RPM Hard Drive
  • DVD-RW Drive
  • 802.11n Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.0
  • AMD Radeon R9 360 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
  • 5.1 Channel Wave MaxxAudio Pro
  • Dell Wired Keyboard + Mouse included
  • Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit (Includes Windows 10 Pro License)
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I have this rig in my house. Actually mine is with i5-6400, but i think inside its same like this.
H110 MB made spesially for this case, with soldered cardreder on front panel. So if you think you will change MB - NO you cannot do it.
PSU has small FF with his ownn connector what going directly to mobo.
HDD power goes from mobo connectors with specal cable (additional costs 5$ from dell).
So a lot of shit inside, for people who like to make custom rig. But for whose who wants just unpack, plug and play - its like a small miracle, magic.
Two slots for regular DDR3L, Socket 1151 for cpu. HDD is in special bracket what the only one, but where ia a 2 places for 2.5 drives (without needed bracket). So if you want to install SSD or 2.5 HDD - you have to buy bracket from dell or on ebay.
And most terrible thing - only 2 USB3.0 connectors on front, no one onn back, and no any on mobo. Cardreader connected to USB2.0, so dont wait high speeds, but its stupid - it soldered on mobo so they could connect it to unused USB 3.0 of chipset
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240w PSU? what the hell?
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How upgradeable is this? Could i throw a 970/1060 in this and change ram/add ssd?
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solid deal
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Sweet. Thanks OP
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Processor and Graphics card will run you about $450 + tax by themselves, so pretty good deal with all that RAM, Case, Windows Pro license.
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How upgradeable is this? Could i throw a 970/1060 in this and change ram/add ssd?
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What PSU and MB is it? Can we add an ssd?
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Can anyone tell me if this can support 3 monitors? Sorry I am a noob at pc stuff.
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good out of the box.. no tuning, just straight up.
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Ddr3?
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would this be a decent pc to run solidworks on?
im an automotive technician looking to design relatively simple parts and assemblies that will never exceed 50 pieces. im not very tech savvy to try to build my own and the high powered "solidworks certified" setups people are recommending are way out of my price range and a bit of overkill for what i am needing it for.
dont want to seem lazy, but if this is not a good fit, would anyone be able to make a recommendation of something better that is in this 450-650 price range?
thanks.
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Chatted with dell:

Intel skylake h110, probably gigabyte ga-h110m-a mAtx lga1151

APFC 240W PSU, so disappointed. Someone said GTX 750 Ti is still fine...
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I searched on crucial.com for RAM upgrade and it looks like 16GB is max (2 slots). There is 1 free drive slot so adding a SSD should be possible. PSU is only 220W so video card upgrade depends on how much power the new card draws.
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240w PSU? what the hell?
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240w PSU? what the hell?
Old man Dell is billionaire for this.
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