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Shad0wman asked this question on 07-15-2021 at 10:38 AM
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It has Intel UHD 630 GPU. And yes it can play Valheim at 720p with PS3-like graphics, running at 15-20 FPS. So to your question, it can play the game but not decently.

Besides, there is a youtube video that showed playing games on this card. It plays on low settings even The Witcher 3 at 25 FPS, GTA 5 at 40 FPS, and Counter-Strike at a whopping 102 FPS.

If you are not hoping to play the most recent AAA games, it can basically play games made prior to 2014 or so comfortably. Go check some games out on Youtube people are playing on this integrated GPU.
07-15-2021 at 10:38 AM
You’d probably want a dedicated graphics card even though WoW doesn’t really need a high end card. Normally, a 1050Ti would be a good recommendation as it wouldn’t require another power source, but graphics card prices are ridiculously high. You might be better off with the other recommendation. Keep in mind this Dell has a weak power supply which can’t be replaced. Your graphics card options would be limited and if you plan on gaming beyond WoW you will need a better graphics card that will need a bigger power supply. This isn’t a good buy for gaming.
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Will this play wow? Will any of the other Dells on sale around $500 play Valheim decently?
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Will this play wow? Will any of the other Dells on sale around $500 play Valheim decently?
For gaming buy a PC with at least a dedicated GPU or one of the latest AMD APUs

https://slickdeals.net/f/15130012-dell-g5-gaming-desktop-intel-core-i5-10400f-8gb-ddr4-256gb-nvme-1tb-7200rpm-hdd-amd-rx-5300-3gb-360w-power-supply-549-99-free-shipping
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RAM upgradable?
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Will this play wow? Will any of the other Dells on sale around $500 play Valheim decently?
You'd probably want a dedicated graphics card even though WoW doesn't really need a high end card. Normally, a 1050Ti would be a good recommendation as it wouldn't require another power source, but graphics card prices are ridiculously high. You might be better off with the other recommendation. Keep in mind this Dell has a weak power supply which can't be replaced. Your graphics card options would be limited and if you plan on gaming beyond WoW you will need a better graphics card that will need a bigger power supply. This isn't a good buy for gaming.
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Will this play wow? Will any of the other Dells on sale around $500 play Valheim decently?
It has Intel UHD 630 GPU. And yes it can play Valheim at 720p with PS3-like graphics, running at 15-20 FPS. So to your question, it can play the game but not decently.

Besides, there is a youtube video that showed playing games on this card. It plays on low settings even The Witcher 3 at 25 FPS, GTA 5 at 40 FPS, and Counter-Strike at a whopping 102 FPS.

If you are not hoping to play the most recent AAA games, it can basically play games made prior to 2014 or so comfortably. Go check some games out on Youtube people are playing on this integrated GPU.
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RAM upgradable?
The website says up to 16gb. It might accept more but I'm just going on what website says.
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Anyone know if the PSU is replaceable? Worth it to slap in my extra 3070 to mine crypto? Wink
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It's not replaceable. You might be about to use some adapter and place the PSU outside the case but I'm not sure about that. There was a post about this on the Dell forums.
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Does anyone know the part number for an internal DVD or Blu-Ray drive for these machines? I am planning to buy one for my 80-year old uncle. He bought his current Inspiron desktop in 2009, and it's due for a replacement. He likes watching old western movie DVDs on his computer, and I would like to make it the replacement computer as simple as possible for him.
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Quote from Shad0wman :
Will this play wow? Will any of the other Dells on sale around $500 play Valheim decently?
You could put any graphics card that draws power from the PCIe bus (75 watts max) in this PC, a GTX 1650 being the fast card that would work in this system.
https://pcmecca.com/best-low-powe...nal-power/

Because graphics card prices are so high right now you would be better of waiting for another Dell G5 or XPS desktop deal that includes a more powerful graphics card and power supply to come around. They seem to be popping up almost every week, like these below.

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Could this do some light 1080p video editing?
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Does anyone know the part number for an internal DVD or Blu-Ray drive for these machines? I am planning to buy one for my 80-year old uncle. He bought his current Inspiron desktop in 2009, and it's due for a replacement. He likes watching old western movie DVDs on his computer, and I would like to make it the replacement computer as simple as possible for him.
I think any laptop CD/DVD/Blu-ray drive should work, you you should double check the parts manual on Dell site.

https://www.dell.com/support/home...sktop/docs
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I have an aging Dell Precision T3500 but managed to Frankenstein parts to stay relevant and running an RTX 2660s right now, but the PC is dying. What's a decent spec Dell that has PSU to handle the RTX to transfer in? Thanks.
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