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Dell Inspiron 3880 Desktop: Intel Core i7-10700, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD $649.99
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Anyone know if the PSU is standard ATX and how good or bad the temps would be?
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2.9GHz Intel Core i7-10700 octa-core processor with up to 4.8GHz speed and 16MB cache memory
8GB DDR4 SDRAM memory smoothly runs your games and photo and video editing applications
512GB SSD enables you to store thousands of files
Windows 10 Home Advanced gives you the familiar feel of Windows with enhanced capabilities
Intel UHD Graphics 630 provides everyday image quality for Internet usage, basic photo editing, and casual gaming
802.11ac wireless connectivity for easy Internet access and Bluetooth
Built-in DVD drive lets you play DVDs for a richer entertainment experience
Use four USB 3.2 Gen 1 and four USB 2.0 ports for lightning-fast data movement speed
Built-in VGA and HDMI ports to connect to TVs or multiple displays for stunning HD entertainment
Dimensions: 12.77"H x 6.06"W x 11.54"D
Includes a KB216 wired keyboard and mouse for immediate setup
Includes 1 x LAN (Gigabit Ethernet) (RJ-45), 1 x headphones/microphone
1-year manufacturer limited warranty
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With RAM prices dropping, why do they insist on building an otherwise good machine with a paltry 8GB? Just put in 16GB RAM and sell it for $700. JFC.
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Lol "casual gaming"
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Quote from cacadiablo :
With RAM prices dropping, why do they insist on building an otherwise good machine with a paltry 8GB? Just put in 16GB RAM and sell it for $700. JFC.
Agreed. Other notable issues with this price and these specs:

The Dell proprietary ATX connector means that even if you could upgrade the PSU to one that can actually handle a graphics card (based on form factor, it doesn't look like you can), you'll need an adapter just to get it running.

Only comes with a 512GB SSD that is unlikely to even be NVME.

To turn this thing into a gaming computer, you'll probably have to spend another $600 minimum.
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Quote from wherestheanykey :
Agreed. Other notable issues with this price and these specs:

The Dell proprietary ATX connector means that even if you could upgrade the PSU to one that can actually handle a graphics card (based on form factor, it doesn't look like you can), you'll need an adapter just to get it running.

Only comes with a 512GB SSD that is unlikely to even be NVME.

To turn this thing into a gaming computer, you'll probably have to spend another $600 minimum.
Not $600 but like around $300 maybe. Also you can always buy some used parts like a gpu.
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Quote from wherestheanykey :
Agreed. Other notable issues with this price and these specs:

The Dell proprietary ATX connector means that even if you could upgrade the PSU to one that can actually handle a graphics card (based on form factor, it doesn't look like you can), you'll need an adapter just to get it running.

Only comes with a 512GB SSD that is unlikely to even be NVME.

To turn this thing into a gaming computer, you'll probably have to spend another $600 minimum.
No one should expect to buy an off the shelf Dell Inspiron and have a gaming PC. FWIW though I believe there is still a third party making adapters to use aftermarket PSUs with the oddball Dell ones. I know we had used this at my work in the past.
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Quote from wherestheanykey :
Agreed. Other notable issues with this price and these specs:

The Dell proprietary ATX connector means that even if you could upgrade the PSU to one that can actually handle a graphics card (based on form factor, it doesn't look like you can), you'll need an adapter just to get it running.

Only comes with a 512GB SSD that is unlikely to even be NVME.

To turn this thing into a gaming computer, you'll probably have to spend another $600 minimum.
Unlikely to 'even' be nvme? As if nvme is some low end thing that any respectable pc should be using?

dell...inspiron. probably should lower your expectations a little
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Only 8% faster than i3? (except 8 core score)

https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com...vsm1180543
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Quote from wherestheanykey :
Agreed. Other notable issues with this price and these specs:

The Dell proprietary ATX connector means that even if you could upgrade the PSU to one that can actually handle a graphics card (based on form factor, it doesn't look like you can), you'll need an adapter just to get it running.

Only comes with a 512GB SSD that is unlikely to even be NVME.

To turn this thing into a gaming computer, you'll probably have to spend another $600 minimum.
Quote from wherestheanykey :
Agreed. Other notable issues with this price and these specs:

The Dell proprietary ATX connector means that even if you could upgrade the PSU to one that can actually handle a graphics card (based on form factor, it doesn't look like you can), you'll need an adapter just to get it running.

Only comes with a 512GB SSD that is unlikely to even be NVME.

To turn this thing into a gaming computer, you'll probably have to spend another $600 minimum.
It should be nvme per Dell and the ~10 varioius dell's I've bought this year.
New Inspiron Desktop 3880
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10th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-10400 processor(6-Core12M Cache2.9GHz to 4.3GHz)
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit English
Intel UHD Graphics 630 with shared graphics memory
8GB, 1x8GB, DDR4, 2666MHz
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Only 8% faster than i3? (except 8 core score)

https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com...vsm1180543
New i5 and i7's are not as good as what they used to be. I guess they really want to push people to Ryzen.
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Ordered this Alien R11 yesterday for $1450. After realized Ryzen only comes with RTX2080 and on the expensive side. RTX3060 is coming but not before Xmas I think.

Processor
10th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 10700F (8-Core, 16MB Cache, 2.9GHz to 4.8GHz w/Turbo Boost Max 3.0)

Operating System
Windows 10 Home, 64-bit, English

Video Card
NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2070 SUPER 8GB GDDR6 (OC Ready)

Color Choice
Lunar Light

Memory
32GB Dual Channel HyperX™ FURY DDR4 XMP at 2933MHz; up to 64GB (additional memory sold separately)

Hard Drive
512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD

Chassis Options
Lunar Light chassis with Low-Profile Smart Cooling CPU Heatsink and 550W Power Supply

Wireless
Killer™ Wi-Fi 6 AX1650 (2x2) 802.11ax Wireless and Bluetooth 5.1
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probably 100 dollars overpriced..nothing special just a processor.

This got like 8 USB ports lol

Dvd drive which most people don't really use much

But I want to leave PC gaming, too much hassle, and just stick to ps4/5.



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