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Dell Inspiron 3880 Desktop: Intel Core i7-10700, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD $649.99 @ Staples

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Dell Inspiron 3880 Desktop: Intel Core i7-10700, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD $649.99
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Only 8% faster than i3? (except 8 core score)

https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com...vsm1180543
On CPUbenchark site the i7 scores almost twice as fast as the i3-10320.
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I need a general computer for the home office.
Can this power two monitors? Is there issues using one monitor with VGA and other with HDMI?
Can I add more RAM and HDD later?
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On CPUbenchark site the i7 scores almost twice as fast as the i3-10320.
That's multicore, for single core, they are quite close.

https://www.cpubenchmark.net/comp...3747vs3765
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Picked up a 3880 system with i5, 12GB RAM, 256SSD+1TB SATA direct from Dell for $400 after Amex Offers and 3% Samsung Pay cashback. Hopefully I can use the Samsung $200 credit from Ultra purchase to buy a monitor.
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Picked up a 3880 system with i5, 12GB RAM, 256SSD+1TB SATA direct from Dell for $400 after Amex Offers and 3% Samsung Pay cashback. Hopefully I can use the Samsung $200 credit from Ultra purchase to buy a monitor.
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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.
Whats the hassle?
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Whats the hassle?
Cpu/memory, gpu, psu...

Finding the right parts...
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Cpu/memory, gpu, psu...

Finding the right parts...
Ah sorry, i thought you have built PCs in the past and find PC/building gaming to be a hassle. Takes like 5 minutes, if you're not concentrating, to put together a package on PC partpicker, it will let you know about compatibility issues as well. Or our can just copy one of the plethora of sample builds on there. If you're building in a normal sized case then it will take about 1 hour to assemble for a first timer, if you take your time. Then its just literally install and run the games you purchase like a console.You are probably over complicating it in your mind but in reality an ape can put together a machine. You CAN over complicate the build by doing it in a tiny case with custom water cooling but even then its easy just tedious. I have a PS4 and will be ordering the PS5 for its great exclusive titles but I will also have gaming machines in the house. Good luck, building a PC will be fun and rewarding.
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Ah sorry, i thought you have built PCs in the past and find PC/building gaming to be a hassle. Takes like 5 minutes, if you're not concentrating, to put together a package on PC partpicker, it will let you know about compatibility issues as well. Or our can just copy one of the plethora of sample builds on there. If you're building in a normal sized case then it will take about 1 hour to assemble for a first timer, if you take your time. Then its just literally install and run the games you purchase like a console.You are probably over complicating it in your mind but in reality an ape can put together a machine. You CAN over complicate the build by doing it in a tiny case with custom water cooling but even then its easy just tedious. I have a PS4 and will be ordering the PS5 for its great exclusive titles but I will also have gaming machines in the house. Good luck, building a PC will be fun and rewarding.
No I built a few machines in the past and built my current I'm just pissed off by it. i built a 2600, 570, b450 gaming asrock, 16 gig with 2666, 512ssd, with a NZXT h200i mini case.

The Bluetooth sucks and the board sucks and the memory is too slow.

At the time I knew nothing about Ryzen so it's my fault. I"m just pissed over choosing MINI-ITX and this crappy Bluetooth module and slow ram.

Not to mention it can't play gears 5. Too slow.
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