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Your better building your own here's why
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Any build that you recommend?
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$700 for i7-8700, 16gb ram, 1tb hdd. no dedicated GPU nor any SSD. not sure if it's all that impressive, unless I've missed something?
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That's non-comment. It appears to be working if you remove the non-secure boot, however you will have to reimage your system after this swap "No booting device found'. That is a simple restore post receiving the system and booting it up once to validate it works.
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I bought this for the same price two weeks ago, paid the extra 30 for nvme I had a 1050 to from my current core 2 duo build.I was shopping for a month, haven't seen much, could have done Ryzen build for a few dollars less. I was running short on time.
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These are descent systems,come with 460watt psu, can upgrade to i7 9700K and i9 9900k cpu all though they might get a little warm! And even with the Dell bios it has some limited oc abilities if you have a k series cpu. I have one of these and have a corsair h60 AIO cooler and that helps a lot , if you go to the XPS forum at Dell communities there is quite along thread on the aio cooler upgrade and other upgrades. I added Evga gt 1060 6gb and was pretty much plug and play , no boot up problems . I picked mine up at the Dell outlet with cash back for less but you have to wait for that deal to come around.These thing have alot of usb 3 ports front and rear, even USB3 2 gen C on back.You can build an AMD system for less, but this is ready to go now and upgradeable.
https://www.dell.com/community/XP...-p/6137280
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wonderful offer!!!
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