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Lenovo IdeaCentre T540 Tower, i5-9400F, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB, 16GB (2x8), 256GB SSD - $689.99

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Product ideacentre T540-15ICB G
Processor Core i5-9400F (6C / 6T, 2.9 / 4.1GHz, 9MB)
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB GDDR6
Chipset Intel B360
Memory 2x 8GB DIMM DDR4-2666
Storage 256GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe
Media Reader 7-in-1
WLAN + Bluetooth 11ac, 1x1 + BT4.0
Keyboard USB Calliope Keyboard, Black, English
Mouse USB Calliope Mouse, Black
Power Supply 310W Energy Star
Operating System Windows 10 Home 64, English
Color Grey
Base Warranty 1-year, Mail-in

Front ports:
Two USB 3.1 Gen1, two USB 3.1 Gen2, one USB 3.0 Type-C, one microphone
(3.5mm), one headphone / microphone combo jack (3.5mm), media reader
Rear ports:
Four USB 2.0, one ethernet (RJ-45), one HDMI, one VGA, power connector, one
line-out audio jack (3.5mm)

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Similar, but different.

The Lenovo has a better GPU (Ti) and double the RAM (16GB v 8GB).
The Dell has a 1TB HDD along with the 256GB SSD.
Best resource for GPU comparisons - https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...,4388.html
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Similar, but different.

The Lenovo has a better GPU (Ti) and double the RAM (16GB v 8GB).
The Dell has a 1TB HDD along with the 256GB SSD.
Best resource for GPU comparisons - https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...,4388.html [tomshardware.com]
Right, about $30 in hardware for the 8GB RAM or 1TB HDD
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Right, about $30 in hardware for the 8GB RAM or 1TB HDD
More or less...and about $35 for the difference in the GPU.

Also, there are performance advantages to having two memory Dimms. Here's a great video that explains it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEH6jEwg0VY

Having the second Dimm can improve FPS significantly.
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Providing you already have a drive from an older system or a USB external, the 16GB RAM >>> 1TB spinning drive.
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Have this exact setup from ibuypower except running a 1660 instead of ti. Got it for right around this price a little more with tax though. Good for normal gaming, fornite etc
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This worth the slight bump in price?

https://www.microcenter.com/produ...desktop-pc
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This worth the slight bump in price?

https://www.microcenter.com/produ...desktop-pc
This one is probably better for the cpu. But you will probably need to add another storage drive. The one you linked has a 500GB SSD but it likely is not NVMe.
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Code POWERTEN at checkout for $50 off. Which is taking care of most the tax
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I bought this about a week ago for my son for his birthday. It's nice and quiet, performs well out of the box, but a couple of words of warning:

The power supply appears to be some kind of proprietary form factor. I wanted to upgrade it and contacted Lenovo to find out what other form factors might fit (SFX, Mini ITX, etc.) and nobody could tell me. The only power supplies I've handled were all ATX, so I'm not even sure if the connection to the motherboard is proprietary, so beware of that.

This is an ITX case, and there's only room for adding 1 more internal HD.

The video card is a short form factor, I don't think a normal sized video card would fit in this case.
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I bought this about a week ago for my son for his birthday. It's nice and quiet, performs well out of the box, but a couple of words of warning:

The power supply appears to be some kind of proprietary form factor. I wanted to upgrade it and contacted Lenovo to find out what other form factors might fit (SFX, Mini ITX, etc.) and nobody could tell me. The only power supplies I've handled were all ATX, so I'm not even sure if the connection to the motherboard is proprietary, so beware of that.

This is an ITX case, and there's only room for adding 1 more internal HD.

The video card is a short form factor, I don't think a normal sized video card would fit in this case.
Can you adopt me?
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Can you adopt me?
Your Dad bought you an NES back in the day. Most parents did that for their children.
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Did anyone order this and get a DOA computer? I just got it today and it won't post at all.
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Your Dad bought you an NES back in the day. Most parents did that for their children.
My parents gave us $20 for lunch each week. My bro and I skipped lunches to save enough for an Super NES, then my mom told everyone they bought us a Super NES 😑
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