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beware of the powersupply.
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beware of the powersupply.
doesn't that apply to most Dell desktops anyway?(from budget PCs to high-end PCs)
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Is this a good gaming and work computer for photoshop? Looking for a fast desktop or laptop around this price but like a computer that will boot up fast and process/game good.
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Is this a good gaming and work computer for photoshop? Looking for a fast desktop or laptop around this price but like a computer that will boot up fast and process/game good.
The graphics card is entry level and as someone mentioned before the PSU is probably cheap so I wouldn't push this computer hard. Look for 5600 and better from AMD and 1060+ from Nvidia
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Is the power supply replaceable?
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The graphics card is entry level and as someone mentioned before the PSU is probably cheap so I wouldn't push this computer hard. Look for 5600 and better from AMD and 1060+ from Nvidia
Hmm... I asked the same question almost 10 years ago and decided I needed a 560ti SSC for the new i7 2700k build that I was upgrading from a 2004 Dell e510 Pentium D 7300gt which I upgraded with a 6600GT OC. I was using photoshop for digital art with my e510 and landed my first freelance job which paid for the computer and again. I'm wondering if I'd need to build something new for today's standards if I'm doing illustrations and graphic work. I know for sure, if I were doing video I'd need to, but for photoshop purposes would that be the case? I'm befuddled. Also, what the heck do people do with old, still working computers??
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Hmm... I asked the same question almost 10 years ago and decided I needed a 560ti SSC for the new i7 2700k build that I was upgrading from a 2004 Dell e510 Pentium D 7300gt which I upgraded with a 6600GT OC. I was using photoshop for digital art with my e510 and landed my first freelance job which paid for the computer and again. I'm wondering if I'd need to build something new for today's standards if I'm doing illustrations and graphic work. I know for sure, if I were doing video I'd need to, but for photoshop purposes would that be the case? I'm befuddled. Also, what the heck do people do with old, still working computers??
People give them to their kids.
I've seen more and more people embracing the PC hooked up to TV route recently as well. Maybe one in office and older one in entertainment room/living room.
I personally would spend $150-200 more and get the ABS that is also on SL frontpage or wait as there will be plenty more deals this month
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The specs say the display ports are UMA only. I suppose that means it shares system memory and doesn't have dedicated memory? What is the 3GB on the graphics card then?
Does it only have one Display Port and one HDMI Port?
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Hmm... I asked the same question almost 10 years ago and decided I needed a 560ti SSC for the new i7 2700k build that I was upgrading from a 2004 Dell e510 Pentium D 7300gt which I upgraded with a 6600GT OC. I was using photoshop for digital art with my e510 and landed my first freelance job which paid for the computer and again. I'm wondering if I'd need to build something new for today's standards if I'm doing illustrations and graphic work. I know for sure, if I were doing video I'd need to, but for photoshop purposes would that be the case? I'm befuddled. Also, what the heck do people do with old, still working computers??
Give it to a charity. There are many out there that will wipe it for you, put a win10 MAR license on it and provide it to someone in need.

If you're like me, we tend to hold onto things that someone else may be able to better utilize or have a greater need for.
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Hmm... I asked the same question almost 10 years ago and decided I needed a 560ti SSC for the new i7 2700k build that I was upgrading from a 2004 Dell e510 Pentium D 7300gt which I upgraded with a 6600GT OC. I was using photoshop for digital art with my e510 and landed my first freelance job which paid for the computer and again. I'm wondering if I'd need to build something new for today's standards if I'm doing illustrations and graphic work. I know for sure, if I were doing video I'd need to, but for photoshop purposes would that be the case? I'm befuddled. Also, what the heck do people do with old, still working computers??
HTPC, Plex server, NAS, Folding@home or World Community Grid, donate to family/friend
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Unless you're basing your purchasing decision solely on aesthetics, this is a much better deal;

https://slickdeals.net/f/14502335-dell-g5-gaming-desktop-i5-10400f-512gb-ssd-8gb-ddr4-gtx-1650-super-600-free-shipping?src=frontpage

For those wondering, the 1650 Super trades blows with the 5500 XT, which means it should absolutely stomp the 5300.
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Is it good for a small business?
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Is there an I7 coupon for a dell gaming?
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Is the power supply replaceable?
I belive this model uses a 12VO, rather than an ATX power supply, which means you'd have a very hard time replacing it.
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