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Dell Inspiron 5675 Gaming Desktop: Ryzen 7 1700x, 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD, RX 580 Free Shipping

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Dell Home & Office [dell.com] has Dell Inspiron 5675 Gaming Desktop for $899.99 - $50 w/ coupon code 50OFF699 = $849.99. Shipping is free.

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AMD Ryzen 7 1700x Processor
8GB DDR4 Memory
256GB M.2 Solid State Drive + 1TB 7200RPM Hard Drive
AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB Graphics
6x USB 3.1 Type-A
1x USB 3.1 Type-C
2x USB 2.0

802.11ac WiFi (2x2) + Bluetooth 4.1
460W PSU w/ Liquid Cooling
Polar Blue LED Illumination
Clear Side Window
Dell Wired Keyboard (KB216) + Dell Wired Mouse (MS116)
Windows 10 Home 64-Bit

SSD option needs to be added but the the deal would be $749.99 without the SSD.

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Please put the price in the title.
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Not a bad deal for a prebuilt, but this case is BIG. Also, the included liquid cooling solution for the 1700x is lackluster at best, so keep these in mind before you buy. I would add a larger air cooler or a better aio water cooler if you are planning on getting decent clockspeeds out of this chip
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I want to share my personal experience.

The x370 dell motherboard isn't good for overclock. You cannot overclock through the bios. You have to use amd overclock software. The fact is the southbridge of the motherboard goes almost 80 to 90 celsius degrees when you overclock more than 3.6Ghz. So, you have to choose higher clock speed with unstable system or base clock system.

The second weakness is m.2 pcie nvme slot. Dell said this motherboard support pcie nvme gen 3.0 but actually it runs pcie gen2 which means it runs 1900 MB/s maximum. I used samsung nvme 960 eve and only can get half of the speed.

Case is little short for the after market cooler. if you choose AIO water cooler than it's fine but maximum height you can put in is 130mm. So, there isn't many choices for the cooler. One more, there are two places to put the case fan but it uses only 94mm fan and this one might not have case fan due to water cooler fan.

Dell used graphic card RX 480 reference. RX 580 is meaning that they just changed bios 480 to 580. But the real problem is RX 480 reference model only allow 150W (75W from slot + 75 W from 6pin power) this would have the "potential" problems that "may" occur as the result of the power draw being over spec never actually materialized. Sure there were a few accounts of people having problems with their PC's after installing an RX480, but there was never any definitive proof that the RX480 was the cause. Anyone who reported problems (and it was like, less than 1% of RX480 owners/users) could have had problems elsewhere in their system, and yet, they just assume it must be the RX480's power settings rather than any of the countless other possibilities.

For the gamers, I tried everything that I can to optimize my computer and recommend to think more careful when you are buying pre-built computer.

The motherboard has 2 memory slots which support 32 G maximum and maximum ram clock is 2400MHz. If you add the memory more than 2400MHz it will run as 2133MHz.
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I want to share my personal experience.

The x370 dell motherboard isn't good for overclock. You cannot overclock through the bios. You have to use amd overclock software. The fact is the southbridge of the motherboard goes almost 80 to 90 celsius degrees when you overclock more than 3.6Ghz. So, you have to choose higher clock speed with unstable system or base clock system.

The second weakness is m.2 pcie nvme slot. Dell said this motherboard support pcie nvme gen 3.0 but actually it runs pcie gen2 which means it runs 1900 MB/s maximum. I used samsung nvme 960 eve and only can get half of the speed.

Case is little short for the after market cooler. if you choose AIO water cooler than it's fine but maximum height you can put in is 130mm. So, there isn't many choices for the cooler. One more, there are two places to put the case fan but it uses only 94mm fan and this one might not have case fan due to water cooler fan.

Dell used graphic card RX 480 reference. RX 580 is meaning that they just changed bios 480 to 580. But the real problem is RX 480 reference model only allow 150W (75W from slot + 75 W from 6pin power) this would have the "potential" problems that "may" occur as the result of the power draw being over spec never actually materialized. Sure there were a few accounts of people having problems with their PC's after installing an RX480, but there was never any definitive proof that the RX480 was the cause. Anyone who reported problems (and it was like, less than 1% of RX480 owners/users) could have had problems elsewhere in their system, and yet, they just assume it must be the RX480's power settings rather than any of the countless other possibilities.

For the gamers, I tried everything that I can to optimize my computer and recommend to think more careful when you are buying pre-built computer.

The motherboard has 2 memory slots which support 32 G maximum and maximum ram clock is 2400MHz. If you add the memory more than 2400MHz it will run as 2133MHz.
Thanks for all of the info! Ryzen's strength is in it's overclocking ability, and it performs best with high speed RAM. Having the RAM nerfed by the motherboard is a serious downside if anyone is looking at upgrading the 8gb down the road.

It also looks like the SSD option is not in stock and gives me an error when I try to click it...

Edit: The more I think about this, the more I feel like if you're going to go Ryzen you should probably just build it yourself. Intel seems fine for pre-built, as it works fine with lower-quality MBs and RAM, but manufacturers don't seem to be giving Ryzen the decent parts that it needs.
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I want to share my personal experience.

The x370 dell motherboard isn't good for overclock. You cannot overclock through the bios. You have to use amd overclock software. The fact is the southbridge of the motherboard goes almost 80 to 90 celsius degrees when you overclock more than 3.6Ghz. So, you have to choose higher clock speed with unstable system or base clock system.

The second weakness is m.2 pcie nvme slot. Dell said this motherboard support pcie nvme gen 3.0 but actually it runs pcie gen2 which means it runs 1900 MB/s maximum. I used samsung nvme 960 eve and only can get half of the speed.

Case is little short for the after market cooler. if you choose AIO water cooler than it's fine but maximum height you can put in is 130mm. So, there isn't many choices for the cooler. One more, there are two places to put the case fan but it uses only 94mm fan and this one might not have case fan due to water cooler fan.

Dell used graphic card RX 480 reference. RX 580 is meaning that they just changed bios 480 to 580. But the real problem is RX 480 reference model only allow 150W (75W from slot + 75 W from 6pin power) this would have the "potential" problems that "may" occur as the result of the power draw being over spec never actually materialized. Sure there were a few accounts of people having problems with their PC's after installing an RX480, but there was never any definitive proof that the RX480 was the cause. Anyone who reported problems (and it was like, less than 1% of RX480 owners/users) could have had problems elsewhere in their system, and yet, they just assume it must be the RX480's power settings rather than any of the countless other possibilities.

For the gamers, I tried everything that I can to optimize my computer and recommend to think more careful when you are buying pre-built computer.

The motherboard has 2 memory slots which support 32 G maximum and maximum ram clock is 2400MHz. If you add the memory more than 2400MHz it will run as 2133MHz.
Agreed every single thing you said, bought one back on early novembe and then built my own ryzen later november. plan to return the Dell
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I am seeing a starting price of $899 and $999 with the SSD option, $100 more than posted. What am I missing?
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