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Might pick one up to use as a Plex server.
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Might pick one up to use as a Plex server.
It's called optiplex for a reason.

Ps: someone had to make this joke, right?
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Would a full size graphics card fit?
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Might pick one up to use as a Plex server.
As someone who wants to get into that... is this good for it? What about storage for hard drives etc? Says there is no Wifi in this? A bit confused about how one would use this for a plex server since I'm very new to this. Any advice would be great!
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Why would anyone pay more than $50 for this, you can get refurb mini PCs at least from the DDR4 era for less than $100.
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Why would anyone pay more than $50 for this, you can get refurb mini PCs at least from the DDR4 era for less than $100.
Where?
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Why would anyone pay more than $50 for this, you can get refurb mini PCs at least from the DDR4 era for less than $100.
IKR...these units were released in 2013,under $100 may be slick for some needing cheap unit.
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As someone who wants to get into that... is this good for it? What about storage for hard drives etc? Says there is no Wifi in this? A bit confused about how one would use this for a plex server since I'm very new to this. Any advice would be great!
It's a major tl;dr, best to Google it. You could setup a Plex server on a pi depending on what your trying to stream, what hardware the client is using, number of concurrent connections, etc etc. I'm not saying go buy a pi to setup Plex on I'm just saying there are a lot of variables.
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I guess the only 4pin is already used by SSD?

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Mini-Tower, Desktop, Small Form Factor one 24-pin and one 4-pin connector

https://downloads.dell.com/manual..._en-us.pdf

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I bought a similar one but "renewed" from Amazon for $156.00 a little while ago with free shipping.

It's now at $174.00 w/free shipping.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K0GN...jFbG3Z8WH6


Just noticed the one on Amazon only had 8GB RAM.
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It's a major tl;dr, best to Google it. You could setup a Plex server on a pi depending on what your trying to stream, what hardware the client is using, number of concurrent connections, etc etc. I'm not saying go buy a pi to setup Plex on I'm just saying there are a lot of variables.
Agreed, what's right for one person won't be for another. Going to depend heavily on current / future content and HDD requirements, quality, concurrent streams, etc
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I guess the only 4pin is already used by SSD?

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https://downloads.dell.com/manual..._en-us.pdf

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Why would anyone pay more than $50 for this, you can get refurb mini PCs at least from the DDR4 era for less than $100.
Oh please share with us....
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As someone who wants to get into that... is this good for it? What about storage for hard drives etc? Says there is no Wifi in this? A bit confused about how one would use this for a plex server since I'm very new to this. Any advice would be great!
You dont need much to run a Plex server. I ran my server for a few years on only 8GB of RAM and a G4400 CPU with no issues. Hard drive space will probably be your largest expense. Personally, I would get something with a much more current CPU or build your own if possible. You can build a decent budget server for under $300.
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