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Dell Inspiron i5675-A933BLU-PUS Desktop PC: AMD Ryzen 5 1400, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Radeon RX 570 4GB, Win 10 (Recon Blue) $649.99 + Free Shipping Expired
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Don't forget about potential 5% cash back for Amazon Prime credit card users
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Cant say this deal looks slick compared with the Cyberpower deal for $580 (before 5% prime credit card deal).

The Dell has a slightly faster processor for multi-thread applications.

The Cyberpower has faster single thread, faster & more powerful gfx card, and $70 cheaper.
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Is this the same deal Dell has on their website as a door-buster for $599 with free shipping? Does anyone know if it's a good computer? The computer I have now only has on board video and it can't even handle playing Facebook games. Frown
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Sorry for the (possibly misplaced) plea for advice here but I don't know how anybody chooses a computer anymore. So many processors and terrible naming conventions. I have an aging Dell XPS with an early generation Intel i7 processor & 8GB RAM, and it's starting to freeze up on me. Seems like a good day to upgrade. I'm not a gamer, but am otherwise a heavy user for photo and video editing, driving multiple monitors, flipping between 20 browser tabs on one while rendering on the other. I was under the impression that editing applications like Avid Studio were optimized for the Intel i7 processors. Should I avoid the AMDs, or will any of the newer processors blow me away. Any advice is welcome.
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Sorry for the (possibly misplaced) plea for advice here but I don't know how anybody chooses a computer anymore. So many processors and terrible naming conventions. I have an aging Dell XPS with an early generation Intel i7 processor & 8GB RAM, and it's starting to freeze up on me. Seems like a good day to upgrade. I'm not a gamer, but am otherwise a heavy user for photo and video editing, driving multiple monitors, flipping between 20 browser tabs on one while rendering on the other. I was under the impression that editing applications like Avid Studio were optimized for the Intel i7 processors. Should I avoid the AMDs, or will any of the newer processors blow me away. Any advice is welcome.
This processor will be a good improvement over your current setup. I will suggest Ryzen or i5 quad core with 16GB Ram and SSD (GPU is not mandatory for your needs)
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I need a all in one like this
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Is this the same deal Dell has on their website as a door-buster for $599 with free shipping? Does anyone know if it's a good computer? The computer I have now only has on board video and it can't even handle playing Facebook games. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/frown.gif
it appears similair, but just a quick look and they have different video cards... this is RX570 4GB, the one on dell.com is RX580 8GB???
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it appears similair, but just a quick look and they have different video cards... this is RX570 4GB, the one on dell.com is RX580 8GB???
and dell has 20% cb today
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Sorry for the (possibly misplaced) plea for advice here but I don't know how anybody chooses a computer anymore. So many processors and terrible naming conventions. I have an aging Dell XPS with an early generation Intel i7 processor & 8GB RAM, and it's starting to freeze up on me. Seems like a good day to upgrade. I'm not a gamer, but am otherwise a heavy user for photo and video editing, driving multiple monitors, flipping between 20 browser tabs on one while rendering on the other. I was under the impression that editing applications like Avid Studio were optimized for the Intel i7 processors. Should I avoid the AMDs, or will any of the newer processors blow me away. Any advice is welcome.
Actually, I would think you are fine with most new computer. If I were you, obviously I am not, I would want a laptop this round. Can take it to Starbucks and still plug in at home with the monitor. Something like a new 8th Gen laptop will be ideal.

There are plenty on the SD, like this one:
https://www.officedepot.com/a/pro..._-11263938
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Actually, I would think you are fine with most new computer. If I were you, obviously I am not, I would want a laptop this round. Can take it to Starbucks and still plug in at home with the monitor. Something like a new 8th Gen laptop will be ideal
I appreciate the perspective. I do have a great laptop that is more than enough - but I still want the desktop. I like having the non-fragile dedicated workhorse with the big dual monitors and the big keyboard and mouse and massive hard drives and ethernet without having to dock and undock every time I leave the house or go upstairs. And the last two desktops I've purchased for family members (a Lenovo with a 4th generation i5-4460s and a Dell with 4th gen i5-4590), both with 8gb RAM, have proven to be a bit disappointing and sluggish even for everyday web browsing, so I get skeptical when I'm told I'd be fine with most new computers.
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I appreciate the perspective. I do have a great laptop that is more than enough - but I still want the desktop. I like having the non-fragile dedicated workhorse with the big dual monitors and the big keyboard and mouse and massive hard drives and ethernet without having to dock and undock every time I leave the house or go upstairs. And the last two desktops I've purchased for family members (a Lenovo with a 4th generation i5-4460s and a Dell with 4th gen i5-4590), both with 8gb RAM, have proven to be a bit disappointing and sluggish even for everyday web browsing, so I get skeptical when I'm told I'd be fine with most new computers.
Ah.... I see.... 8GB is no good. I have laptop with 16GB and desktop 32GB both with SSDs.

For example I have a 4th Gen Intel i5 desktop with 32 GB and 512G SSD (I added memory from 8 to 32GB and I replaced the original 320GB disk with Samsung 850 Pro SSD). The desktop run really fast now and I don't need another desktop.

You can check benchmark, a new Ryzen CPU (consider as 8th Gen) is only a little bit faster than my 4 years old 4th Gen CPU: http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Comp...2604vs3922

So, you can get speed by just simple upgrade with memory and SSD. Make sure your next purchase has sufficient memory and SSD will give you the best performance.
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This seems like a good deal, any downsides anyone notices?
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Same computer on a older post, it looks like a pos
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Price is actually down to $599.99 now.

https://www.officedepot.com/a/pro...AMD-Ryzen/
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