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DELL INSPIRON 3670 Desktop: i5-9400, 12GB DDR4, 128GB PCIe SSD, 1TB HDD, Win10H @ $450 + F/S

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  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Core i5-9400 6 Core 2.9 GHz (4.1 GHz Turbo, 9MB Cache)
  • Intel UHD 630 Graphics
  • 12GB DDR4 2666 MHz Ram
  • 128GB PCIe SSD + 1TB HDD
  • DVD-RW
  • 802.11ac WiFi (1x1) + Bluetooth 4.2
  • PORTS:
    • 2x USB 3.0
    • 4x USB 2.0
    • 1x 5-in-1 Card Reader
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x VGA
    • 1x RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet
    • 5.1 Channel Audio Out
  • 14.1 lbs
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It's been a long time since I have had to purchase a new computer so I have not been keeping with current pricing, performance and features.
Would this be a good upgrade for my windows 7, AMD A10 with 8 GB ram?
I do not use it for gaming. I primarily use it for vector graphic design with some occasional 2D photoshop work. Thanks for any advice!
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It's been a long time since I have had to purchase a new computer so I have not been keeping with current pricing, performance and features.
Would this be a good upgrade for my windows 7, AMD A10 with 8 GB ram?
I do not use it for gaming. I primarily use it for vector graphic design with some occasional 2D photoshop work. Thanks for any advice!
It would be a huge upgrade in Processing power, more than twice or more.
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This looks like a screaming deal... been looking to upgrade my home media server and possibly be able to use that same computer for home security cameras, this seems like it would fit the bill for both?
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This looks like a screaming deal... been looking to upgrade my home media server and possibly be able to use that same computer for home security cameras, this seems like it would fit the bill for both?
Yes, it should be good for both.
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Would the Dell be a better deal than the HP Pavilion 590-p0036? Staples is running a $50 off deal making it the same price. Looks like main difference is the Dell has the I5 9400 and 12 GB Memory while the HP has I5 8400 and 8 GB memory.

https://www.staples.com/hp-pavili...t_24390224

Is the HP any better of a PC to make it worth it considering the lower specs? Or is the Dell a better option. Prob going to pull the trigger on one of these today.
Plus I would get an extra $25 cash back on the HP.
Thanks for the advice - I've been out of the loop for a bit.
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Would the Dell be a better deal than the HP Pavilion 590-p0036? Staples is running a $50 off deal making it the same price. Looks like main difference is the Dell has the I5 9400 and 12 GB Memory while the HP has I5 8400 and 8 GB memory.

https://www.staples.com/hp-pavili...t_24390224

Is the HP any better of a PC to make it worth it considering the lower specs? Or is the Dell a better option. Prob going to pull the trigger on one of these today.
Plus I would get an extra $25 cash back on the HP.
Thanks for the advice - I've been out of the loop for a bit.
I'd get this one for the SSD alone. It makes a HUGE difference in boot up time and you have 1tb of HD storage too. The increased RAM is nice too.
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Would the Dell be a better deal than the HP Pavilion 590-p0036? Staples is running a $50 off deal making it the same price. Looks like main difference is the Dell has the I5 9400 and 12 GB Memory while the HP has I5 8400 and 8 GB memory.

https://www.staples.com/hp-pavili...t_24390224

Is the HP any better of a PC to make it worth it considering the lower specs? Or is the Dell a better option. Prob going to pull the trigger on one of these today.
Plus I would get an extra $25 cash back on the HP.
Thanks for the advice - I've been out of the loop for a bit.
The HP desktop has one advantage in terms of internal specs, out of the box better selection of ports. So, if you're planning for future updates like adding a dedicated graphics card, then HP one is better. Otherwise, this one is a better choice.
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I'd get this one for the SSD alone. It makes a HUGE difference in boot up time and you have 1tb of HD storage too. The increased RAM is nice too.
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I thought the HP one shows a SSD in the specs.
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The HP desktop has one advantage in terms of internal specs, out of the box better selection of ports. So, if you're planning for future updates like adding a dedicated graphics card, then HP one is better. Otherwise, this one is a better choice.
Thanks for the reply. Is the dell unable to take a dedicated graphics card? That might be a dealbreaker as I run dual monitors and was planning on putting my existing PCIE card in it.
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Thanks for the reply. Is the dell unable to take a dedicated graphics card? That might be a dealbreaker as I run dual monitors and was planning on putting my existing PCIE card in it.
Due to the smaller form factor, you need to pay extra attention to the length and width of the graphics card you're purchasing. You may need to choose the mini version or ITX compatible graphics card.
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I thought the HP one shows a SSD in the specs.
Description says 1TB SATA HD

Specs say 128GB SSD

HP says both.
https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06159082
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Torn between this and the Costco deal. The Costco model does not have the SSD but does have a 2 year warranty and easy returns and is $50 more. My last 2 desktops had issues out of the box, so that is important. Never bought from Rakuten. Oh, what to do?

https://www.costco.com/Dell-Inspi...05164.html
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Torn between this and the Costco deal. The Costco model does not have the SSD but does have a 2 year warranty and easy returns and is $50 more. My last 2 desktops had issues out of the box, so that is important. Never bought from Rakuten. Oh, what to do?

https://www.costco.com/Dell-Inspi...05164.html
I was looking at that one too. Not sure how important, but it is the 8400 processor where the Rakuten is 9400.

I'm torn between the Rakuten Dell and the Staples HP.
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if you look on pc parts picker the processor alone costs near $200.... im going to use this as a plex server. to replace the amd 3600 with 2gb of ram im using now.. i cant build one this cheap!!!!
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