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Dell Inspiron 3670 Desktop Intel i5-8400 1TB HDD 12GB RAM 16GB Optane, 1-yr In-Home Service, Scratch and Dent: $398.66 + FS

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Inspiron 3670 Desktop (Look For The 72-Hour Sale Config)
Normally: $654.00 72-hours sale: $474.59
After coupon: $398.66
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Dell Outlet Inspiron 3670 Desktop
Windows 64 Bit
Intel Core 8th Generation i5-8400 Processor (6 Core,Up to 4.0GHz,9MB Cache, 65W)
Windows 10 Home 64bit English
1TB 3.5inch SATA Hard Drive (7200 RPM)
12GB DDR4 2666MHz Memory
16GB Intel Optane Memory
8X Ultra Slim DVD+/-RW Drive
Integrated Video Card
Dell Wireless 1707 Card (802.11BGN + Bluetooth 4.0, 2.4 GHz)
Dell KB216 Wired Keyboard Black
Dell MS116 Wired Mouse, Black
APFC Chassis with 290W PSU (Silver front BZL)
125V Power Cord
1 Year in-home Support (no extra charge)


https://outlet.us.dell.com/ARBOnl...&fid=28117
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Is it sold out? I don't see a "72-Hour Sale" system for $474.59.

I see others, but not as sweet a deal.
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I've heard that pre built gaming pc prices will drop in the next month or so? Is that true?
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The max speed of the included WiFi chipset is 450mbps.

AC can reach 1200mbps.
It is AC
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"Scratch & Dent" which I believe means the unit has some visible / cosmetic imperfections (small dent or scratch on the case, etc.). The "scratch & dent" units don't usually require refurbishment because it's not a functional flaw. That said, I believe that ALL Dell Outlet computers come with a "refurbished" tag regardless.

The benefit of the Dell Outlet is that these units come with standard 1-year warranty, and they are currently also including (no extra charge) 1-year at-home service.

I've had pretty good experiences with Dell Outlet computers. 1-yr at-home support is way better that the typical 90-days on "refurbished".
Got one of these a couple of months ago on a similar coupon deal for my wife - she was tired of always getting hand me downs from the rest of us in the family - great packaging and could not find a scratch or dent anywhere on the machine. Works great (for her needs) but is pretty darn un-upgradable.
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Is it sold out? I don't see a "72-Hour Sale" system for $474.59.

I see others, but not as sweet a deal.
They had a limited number included on the "72-hr" event. They may have sold them all. You might also check back occasionally to see if more show-up. Sometimes more get added..
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I've heard that pre built gaming pc prices will drop in the next month or so? Is that true?
I believe the issue is short/low chip supply. Our company has been experiencing pretty long lead time on laptop orders for many months (and pricing pressures). I guess it depends what news article you believe. Intel announced on their earnings call that they were still struggling with production and that it might not be until Q3.

Intel Chip Shortage [anandtech.com]
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Got one of these a couple of months ago on a similar coupon deal for my wife - she was tired of always getting hand me downs from the rest of us in the family - great packaging and could not find a scratch or dent anywhere on the machine. Works great (for her needs) but is pretty darn un-upgradable.
can you add a graphics card?
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This would be great for a Plex server.
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can you add a graphics card?
Yes, assuming you don't need to add power connection.
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72-hour special pricing inventory seems to be gone. There are similar units showing, but about $50 higher in price (or ~$42 higher after the 16% discount code).

Looks like this deal is now be dead.

Mine arrives tomorrow. My current 4gb Windows 7 desktop just wasn't cutting it any longer.
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Anyone know if there is room to add an SSD or two? Thanks
It has space for 2x 2.5" drives in addition to the 3.5" drive and the M.2 Optane. You will need to buy the power adapter cables to run power to them though. Power for drives comes from headers on the motherboard, not from the power supply itself.
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