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Dell G5 Desktop: i5-10400F, 8GB, 256GB SSD, GTX 1650 SUPER $580 + free s/h (Less w/ SD Cashback) at Dell

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Please don't flame an old geezer/fart like me... (actually, flame away... if anyone wishes to educate an old man about computers)

but how does this $580 Dell compare to the current Apple Mac Mini M1 8gb on sale for $599 at Costco and Amazon?

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Quote from FrozenBeer :
Please don't flame an old geezer/fart like me... (actually, flame away... if anyone wishes to educate an old man about computers)

but how does this $580 Dell compare to the current Apple Mac Mini M1 8gb on sale for $599 at Costco and Amazon?

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This PC is really meant for gaming purposes. It has a dedicated GPU, whereas the Mini M1 is more fit for productivity purposes. If you're not looking to game graphically intensive triple A games, don't consider the Dell PC. The M1 Mini is much faster to use for browsing the internet or watching videos online.
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Quote from FrozenBeer :
Please don't flame an old geezer/fart like me... (actually, flame away... if anyone wishes to educate an old man about computers)

but how does this $580 Dell compare to the current Apple Mac Mini M1 8gb on sale for $599 at Costco and Amazon?

Thanks!
This is more of a starter gaming PC while the Mac Mini would probably be better for (in your words) old geezer like yourself. My mother owns a Mac Mini and it seems to suit her just fine. If you plan on gaming in the future to connect with some of these young whipper snappers, maybe go for the Dell.
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Wasn't the last deal a 1660 super and a better processor for $650 ?
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All the YouTube review sites say don't buy dell any more

They use cheap parts also the stick a hidden $9 monthly charge on your Bill account

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4uwgzlDYDo

so you mean now it's more like "Dude, you shouldn't be getting a Dell!" Frown
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Same config was $545 months ago
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Mac mini would be better
But you have to pay apple for programs and apps
Very little is free
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Got one and it arrives 6/25, these others are hating but if you pair it with the Amex offer you can get it for 460 without tax. The class action is for an alienware laptop. Most of these mass produced computers are going to use cheaper parts, but I'm sure as long as you're in a cool room and not doing anything too intensive it'll be fine.
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Quote from MaldvolentZ3 :
Wasn't the last deal a 1660 super and a better processor for $650 ?
The xps deals are better at 630-650. Better graphics card and on-chip graphics. So you can sell the graphics card for 500-fees and have a cheap desktop for productivity uses.
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The xps deals are better at 630-650. Better graphics card and on-chip graphics. So you can sell the graphics card for 500-fees and have a cheap desktop for productivity uses.
Agree. Will pass on this one and wait for the next xps deal.
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This PC is really meant for gaming purposes. It has a dedicated GPU, whereas the Mini M1 is more fit for productivity purposes. If you're not looking to game graphically intensive triple A games, don't consider the Dell PC. The M1 Mini is much faster to use for browsing the internet or watching videos online.
With a discreet graphics card, the dell can do everything the apple can do, but the apple can't do everything the dell can do. Good graphics cards will allow your PC to power the latest and future display technologies.
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All the YouTube review sites say don't buy dell any more

They use cheap parts also the stick a hidden $9 monthly charge on your Bill account
they still charge you $9 monthly even though you chose not to at check out?
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