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Dell Coupon: 50% Off Select OptiPlex Desktops (Refurb): i5-6600 + Win 10 Pro EXPIRED

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Dell Refurbished has 50% Off Select Refurbished Dell OptiPlex 7040 and 7040M Desktops on sale from $234.50 w/ coupon code DT7040DEAL50. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Dell OptiPlex 7040
    • $469 - $234.50 w/ coupon code DT7040DEAL50 = $234.50
Specs:
  • Intel Core i5-6600 3.30 GHz Processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 1TB Hard Drive
  • Cosmetic Grade: B
  • Windows 10 Professional
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in cart, apply code DT7040DEAL50 for the discount. Configs start at $215 + free s/h
  • 100 day returns / warranty.
  • 1-year extended warranty offered for $59
  • Cosmetic grade scale is here [dellrefurbished.com]
  • Click what's in the box tab to see more details.
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Nice, you can use one of these for a Plex server. Got a 9020M with a i7-4790S from my local state surplus sale for $50 and bought a $50 SSD and it runs great.
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If anyone is looking at the i7-6700 processor machines. Here is the benchmark comparisons of the i7-6700 and the i7-6700T, since both are offered.

Link: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/comp...2614vs2598

CPU Mark:
i7-6700T Scored: 8999
vs.
i7-6700 Scored: 10005
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Depends on your usage. I personally would go without the M so that it's a regular desktop CPU and have more space to maybe add extra storage. If you don't plan on opening the desktop ever, then go with the M since it's smaller profile. The non M CPU is also slightly faster

You can also put a low profile GPU in the non-M
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Already have a 1 TB SSD to put in this!

Grade A

This unit features:

Processor: Intel Core i7 Quad (i7-6700T) 2.80 GHz
Memory: 8 GB
Hard Drive: 256 GB
OS: Windows 10 Professional
Chassis: Micro

Subtotal$479.00 Shipping Standard$0.00 Discount-$239.50 Taxes$18.56
TOTAL$258.06
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It has hdmi... can it be used as a Hue Play Sync box?
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Nice, you can use one of these for a Plex server. Got a 9020M with a i7-4790S from my local state surplus sale for $50 and bought a $50 SSD and it runs great.
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The M is better than the one without a M because it is smaller?
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The M is better than the one without a M because it is smaller?
Depends on your usage. I personally would go without the M so that it's a regular desktop CPU and have more space to maybe add extra storage. If you don't plan on opening the desktop ever, then go with the M since it's smaller profile. The non M CPU is also slightly faster

You can also put a low profile GPU in the non-M
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Do these not have wifi?
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If anyone is looking at the i7-6700 processor machines. Here is the benchmark comparisons of the i7-6700 and the i7-6700T, since both are offered.

Link: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/comp...2614vs2598

CPU Mark:
i7-6700T Scored: 8999
vs.
i7-6700 Scored: 10005
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Already have a 1 TB SSD to put in this!

Grade A

This unit features:

Processor: Intel Core i7 Quad (i7-6700T) 2.80 GHz
Memory: 8 GB
Hard Drive: 256 GB
OS: Windows 10 Professional
Chassis: Micro

Subtotal$479.00 Shipping Standard$0.00 Discount-$239.50 Taxes$18.56
TOTAL$258.06
Just to remind you these use NVMe SSD.
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Why are the hard drives so small? Are they SSD? Is this a good deal for mostly web surfing and light web streaming?
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These seem good for a pfsense box
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Why are the hard drives so small? Are they SSD? Is this a good deal for mostly web surfing and light web streaming?
I would like to know this too. Looking to replace a desktop that died, mostly for surfing and very light kids gaming

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Why are the hard drives so small? Are they SSD? Is this a good deal for mostly web surfing and light web streaming?
128GB and 256GB s/b an SSD.

320GB, 500GB, 1TB s/b a HDD (spinner).

I bought for less on eBay, but with no or a shorter warranty so ... something to consider. 😉
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