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Dell Vostro 5880 Desktop: Intel Core i7-10700, 8GB DDR4 (Expandable to 64GB), 256GB NVMe SSD, Windows 10 PRO, 12 months McAfee SBS, 460W PSU @dell.com $699

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10th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-10700 processor(8-Core, 16M Cache, 2.9GHz to 4.8GHz)
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit English
Intel® UHD Graphics 630 with shared graphics memory
8GB, 8Gx1, DDR4, 2933MHz (Expandable up to 64GB)
256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
460W PSU

Includes 12 month subscription to McAfee Small Business Security (up to 5 devices with VPN included) up to $80 value

$50 more than best Dell Inspiron deal with I7-10700 processor however this Vostro model includes enterprise features and the case is 25% larger than Inspiron with ventilation so system should run much cooler under load (e.g. VM's, graphics, games), and includes Windows 10 PRO ($90 upgrade value) for those interested.

Summary: If you plan on subscribing to respected AV software (you should ideally) and an upgrade to Windows 10 PRO then compared to other desktop deals for $530 or more ($699 - $80 - $90) and considering the other features this is a no-brainer even more so.

Specifications: https://topics-cdn.dell.com/pdf/v..._en-us.pdf

Service manual: https://topics-cdn.dell.com/pdf/v..._en-us.pdf

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Not too shabby... whats the power supply capacity on these, couldn't find it in the link... possible to add a 3070?
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Not too shabby... whats the power supply capacity on these, couldn't find it in the link... possible to add a 3070?
Tech specs show this has 460W PSU - updated description.
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Very good for someone like me who likes to keep their PCs for 4 years. Personally I wouldn't expect an Inspiron to last 2 years and I'd have to upgrade the PSU.
Pros:
1. Beast of a processor.
2. Highly upgradeable.
3. Win PRO
4. Can buy optional warrantly for < $100 - 4 yrs on site with accident protection.
5. Business class PC.

Neg:
1. On VIEW CONFIGURATION specs this Vostro lists both 260W and 460W PSU on the site. If 260W, that would suck. I know I could chat Dell Rep but I think it's stupid that Dell can't be clear on their own website.
2. Should probably have 16GB RAM at this price?
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$350 i5 version beats this one.
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$350 i5 version beats this one.
Link? Specs on the i5 version? Why do you think it beats this one?
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$350 i5 version beats this one.
link?
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Not too shabby... whats the power supply capacity on these, couldn't find it in the link... possible to add a 3070?
Definitely not the 30 series, you need at least 600 w
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$350 i5 version beats this one.
Link? I'm seeing $700 if I select an i5 from the other configurations.

https://snipboard.io/dEHzJl.jpg
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$350 i5 version beats this one.
That offer is expired
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Pulled the trigger on this deal and bought it with the Phantom PDF Business for $60 less than retail. Please note that you can add a HDD but the M2 PCIe drive is only up to 512 MB and the HDD is only up to 2 TB: https://topics-cdn.dell.com/pdf/v..._en-us.pdf

I also went to Amazon and bought additional RAM compatible with this Dell's computers: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BYFY...vFbPTPH6QC

Also got a 2 TB 3.5" HDD from Amazon. Hoping to use this as a work desktop for the next 3-4 years. Looks to be a great deal for the components/price.
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Very good for someone like me who likes to keep their PCs for 4 years. Personally I wouldn't expect an Inspiron to last 2 years and I'd have to upgrade the PSU.
Pros:
1. Beast of a processor.
2. Highly upgradeable.
3. Win PRO
4. Can buy optional warrantly for < $100 - 4 yrs on site with accident protection.
5. Business class PC.

Neg:
1. On VIEW CONFIGURATION specs this Vostro lists both 260W and 460W PSU on the site. If 260W, that would suck. I know I could chat Dell Rep but I think it's stupid that Dell can't be clear on their own website.
2. Should probably have 16GB RAM at this price?
This comes with 460W - as described tech specs. Also described clearly when ordering.
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Is this really a good price point for a desktop?

I'm thinking in terms of the Vostro 7500 laptop deals that have a similar CPU with 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, DGPU and obviously a display for about $1k. Same product line and support contracts available. Feels like this deal is missing a lot - most SDers in this price range would want to upgrade RAM and SSD right away.
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I just checked the manual on their site, this machine takes that small power supply similar to whats in the Inspiron...was just thinking about upgrading the video card in the future
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I am not that much expert in building desktops, but does anyone know if this is going to support the new 3000 Nvidia GPUs? Seems like this machine needs a good GPU and one 8GB RAM stick to be a great future proof workstation for at least 4-5 years.
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