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Select Walmart Stores: Dell Inspiron 3650 i3-6100 Desktop

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Select Walmart Stores/B&M [Store Locator] has a few Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop Computer on clearance listed below (links are just for reference) valid for In-Store Purchase only (Limited Availability). Thanks Electricb7

Note, availability may vary depending on area and may not be available in all areas. please check your local store for availability
  • Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop (G4400)
    • $179 (or check SKU: 52129266 for local stock)
      • Specs
        • Intel Pentium G4400 3.3GHz Processor
        • 1TB Internal HDD
        • 4GB DDR3 RAM
        • WiFi w/ Bluetooth 4.0
        • Intel HD Graphics
  • Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop (i3-6100)
    • $199 (or check SKU: 49455390 for local stock)
      • Specs
        • Intel Core i3-6100 3.2GHz Processor
        • 1TB Internal HDD
        • 6GB DDR3 RAM
        • WiFi w/ Bluetooth 4.0
        • Intel HD Graphics
  • Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop (i5-6400)
    • $229 (or check SKU: 52129268 for local stock)
      • Specs
        • Intel Core i5-6400 3.3GHz Processor
        • 1TB Internal HDD
        • 8GB DDR3 RAM
        • WiFi w/ Bluetooth 4.0
        • Intel HD Graphics
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Great clearance price(s) for these Dell Inspiron 3650 desktop. Please refer to the forum thread for additional details. - Discombobulated

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YMMV. Walmart has select Dell Inspiron 3650 desktops on clearance.

Dell - Inspiron 3650 Desktop - Intel PDC - 4GB Memory - 1TB HD – Silver-$179
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dell-I...r/52129266
http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=52129266

Dell - Inspiron 3650 Desktop - Intel Core i3 - 6GB Memory - 1TB HD – Silver- $199
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dell-I...r/49455390
http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=49455390

Dell - Inspiron 3650 Desktop - Intel Core i5 - 8GB Memory - 1TB HD – Silver-$229
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dell-I...r/52129268
http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=52129268
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Last Edited by comprx September 22, 2017 at 08:28 AM
Prices now down to $89, $99, and $124 in many if not most stores.

GTX 1050ti and SSD will fit, you can add 8gb DDR3L ram too.

I got the PNY 1050TI from Staples for $161.49 (I had some gift cards to burn). Also, for my SSD, I put it in a laptop caddy so it would work with the 7 pin power connector from the DVD drive. i can get a splitter to take the caddy out of the equation, but since I no longer need the caddy, may as well use it here. i had to go into the bios and change the boot order to make the SSD ("optical") primary, and formatted the 1tb as extra storage. As an FYI, for ram, it apparently requires ddr3l ram as opposed to ddr3. I put a 4gb stick of ddr3 and the computer didn't recognize it.

Link to my caddy: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
link to my GTX 1050ti https://www.staples.com/PNY-NVIDI..._IM14T8876
link to my ssd: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/pny-...Id=4825701
link to power splitter for HDD and SSD at the same time: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Of course, feel free to buy whatever you want, these are just examples of verified working upgrades.

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Service Manual: http://topics-cdn.dell.com/pdf/in..._en-us.pdf --buckeye25

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Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop (G4400)
http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=52129266

Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop (i3-6100)
http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=49455390

Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop (i5-6400)
http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=52129268
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If you're buying a clearance i3 desktop from Walmart, you'd be insane to be expecting speed.
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I had this exact desktop (as best I can tell -- it was an Inspiron 3650 i5 with 8 GB RAM, case looks the same) -- I had to get a power splitter to get power to the SSD. But I accomplished what you're looking to do: SSD primary, HDD secondary.

I'm not a fan of these new slim DVD burner drives. They make it a pain/impossible to swap out to a different drive of your choosing. I also don't like how you have to take the front of the case off (in addition to the side of the case) to access the internals.

It was plenty fast with an SSD "upgrade" and I threw an extra 8GB RAM in there as well.
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The HPs got marked down at some of the stores around here that had been holding out. If you're looking at buying the Dell 4gb i3 you'd be better off looking for the HP, it's about as fast as the i3 but has a 21.5" LED monitor in the package which costs about $100 on its own on Amazon.

None of these computers are that bad. They're good for kids rooms for back to school, I bought an all in one Acer from the previous deal so my wife can look up recipes and watch TV on it in the kitchen.

Uninstall all the bloat ware and they're perfectly usable for internet surfing, word processing and other simple stuff.
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These deals are great. Especially since school is back in. Great for kids and students.
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Like always would I be able add an 2.5 SSD as the primary and make the HDD the secondary with the correct drive brackets and power and data cable?
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Any of these computers good to be used as a NAS?
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decent, but these gen of processor are on clearance for a reason. newer processors with ddr4 memory and higher throughput architecture are arriving into the mainstream. there will be slow and small price cuts next year on 500-1500$ desktops/laptops with these new architectures. they're still good for what most people would use them for, but if you want to add gaming gpu cards or m.2 ssd look to the new gen of system.
If you're buying a clearance i3 desktop from Walmart, you'd be insane to be expecting speed.
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Like always would I be able add an 2.5 SSD as the primary and make the HDD the secondary with the correct drive brackets and power and data cable?
I had this exact desktop (as best I can tell -- it was an Inspiron 3650 i5 with 8 GB RAM, case looks the same) -- I had to get a power splitter to get power to the SSD. But I accomplished what you're looking to do: SSD primary, HDD secondary.

I'm not a fan of these new slim DVD burner drives. They make it a pain/impossible to swap out to a different drive of your choosing. I also don't like how you have to take the front of the case off (in addition to the side of the case) to access the internals.

It was plenty fast with an SSD "upgrade" and I threw an extra 8GB RAM in there as well.
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The HPs got marked down at some of the stores around here that had been holding out. If you're looking at buying the Dell 4gb i3 you'd be better off looking for the HP, it's about as fast as the i3 but has a 21.5" LED monitor in the package which costs about $100 on its own on Amazon.

None of these computers are that bad. They're good for kids rooms for back to school, I bought an all in one Acer from the previous deal so my wife can look up recipes and watch TV on it in the kitchen.

Uninstall all the bloat ware and they're perfectly usable for internet surfing, word processing and other simple stuff.
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I had this exact desktop (as best I can tell -- it was an Inspiron 3650 i5 with 8 GB RAM, case looks the same) -- I had to get a power splitter to get power to the SSD. But I accomplished what you're looking to do: SSD primary, HDD secondary.

I'm not a fan of these new slim DVD burner drives. They make it a pain/impossible to swap out to a different drive of your choosing. I also don't like how you have to take the front of the case off (in addition to the side of the case) to access the internals.

It was plenty fast with an SSD "upgrade" and I threw an extra 8GB RAM in there as well.
Ok I'm in for the I-5!!!!
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i5 desktop + new psu + VR capable graphics card = cheap way to get VR ready PC

if I didn't already have a desktop I'd be all over this since it seems like plenty of stores have the i5 for $225
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They had this latest round of computers at plenty of stores, I bought 5 of them and left quite a few behind.
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Will the non-discounted stores price match?
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