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Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop: i7-6700, 16GB DDR3, 2TB HDD, AMD Radeon R9 360 EXPIRED

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Dell Small Business has Dell Inspiron 3650 Desktop for $899 - $320 w/ coupon code DELLDT629 = $579. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

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  • Intel Core i7-6700 Quad Core 3.6GHz CPU
  • 16GB DDR3 Memory
  • 2TB HDD
  • AMD Radeon R9 360 2GB GDDR5
    • 2x USB 3.0
    • 4x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x VGA
  • DVD-RW
  • 802.11n WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0
  • Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit (Includes Windows 10 Pro License)
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Dell Small Business offers the Dell Inspiron 3650 Intel Core i7-6700 SKYLAKE Quad-Core, Win7 Pro Desktop w/ AMD R9 360 2GB GDDR5 GPU, 16GB RAM, 2TB HDD, WiFi + BT, DVD-RW for $579.00 after Coupon Code "DELLDT629" plus FREE shipping. Tax in most states.

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SPEC:
  • Intel Skylake Core i7-6700 Quad Core 3.6GHz (4GHz Turbo, 8MB Cache)
  • Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit (Includes Windows 10 Pro License)
  • 16GB Dual Channel 1600MHz DDR3L Ram
  • AMD Radeon R9 360 2GB GDDR5
  • 2TB 7200 RPM HDD
  • Tray Load DVD-RW
  • 802.11n WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0
  • 2 X USB 3.0, 4 X USB 2.0, 5-in-1 Card Reader
  • 1Gbps Ethernet
  • VGA & HDMI Out
  • 5.1 Channel Wave MaxxAudio Pro
  • Dell Keyboard & Mouse Combo
  • McAfee LiveSafe 12 Months Subscription
  • Windows 10 pro Recovery DVD
  • 16.5lbs (7.4kg)
  • 1 year warranty
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Not comparable. This Graphics card is more or less equivalent (still around 6% Slower) to a GTX 750 Ti GDDR5 version.

However, this model probably has a 300W PSU and you can easily accommodate a 950 Ti.

And another thing, if you are planning to build a high end gaming rig then don't consider this. This is compact Desktop for all kind of tasks which includes casual gaming but mainly CPU intensive tasks. For making a Gaming rig, you have to go for a newer PSU and this model probably does not support standard form factor PSU.
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How is the graph card compare to gtx 960
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i've been looking for something like this, thanks!
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As much as I hate Dell, this really isn't a bad deal. The video card is sufficient for most needs, and the Skylake processor and 16gb of RAM are very nice touches.

I won't buy, but this isn't a shabby starter rig for a gamer.
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Can the power supply be upgraded to get a better graphics card later on?
Anyone know what the watt is for the power supply which is included?
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How is the graph card compare to gtx 960
Not comparable. This Graphics card is more or less equivalent (still around 6% Slower) to a GTX 750 Ti GDDR5 version.

However, this model probably has a 300W PSU and you can easily accommodate a 950 Ti.

And another thing, if you are planning to build a high end gaming rig then don't consider this. This is compact Desktop for all kind of tasks which includes casual gaming but mainly CPU intensive tasks. For making a Gaming rig, you have to go for a newer PSU and this model probably does not support standard form factor PSU.
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The benchmark of Radeon R9 360 not to bad. For lightweight game is more than enough.

After all, this PC is not build for gaming
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Not comparable. This Graphics card is more or less equivalent (still around 6% Slower) to a GTX 750 Ti GDDR5 version.

However, this model probably has a 300W PSU and you can easily accommodate a 950 Ti.

And another thing, if you are planning to build a high end gaming rig then don't consider this. This is compact Desktop for all kind of tasks which includes casual gaming but mainly CPU intensive tasks. For making a Gaming rig, you have to go for a newer PSU and this model probably does not support standard form factor PSU.
dell chat told me it supports a full size atx, and judging by the dimensions and image of the rear that seems to be true.
here's the spec sheet: https://content.abt.com/documents...ochure.pdf
only thing i'm not sure of is if it'll really accomodate a full-size gpu. case dimensions suggest it will, but i don't know how deep the stuff on the front panel goes. can't seem to find any teardowns either...
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Not comparable. This Graphics card is more or less equivalent (still around 6% Slower) to a GTX 750 Ti GDDR5 version.

However, this model probably has a 300W PSU and you can easily accommodate a 950 Ti.

And another thing, if you are planning to build a high end gaming rig then don't consider this. This is compact Desktop for all kind of tasks which includes casual gaming but mainly CPU intensive tasks. For making a Gaming rig, you have to go for a newer PSU and this model probably does not support standard form factor PSU.
Thank you very much.
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How is the graph card compare to gtx 960
it doesnt really, 960 is on par with 380

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Can the power supply be upgraded to get a better graphics card later on?
Anyone know what the watt is for the power supply which is included?
yes, its a standard psu, i believe its 350w
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Can someone shed light on if this has room for a SSD and what the benefits of adding it to this would be. Thanks.
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Can someone shed light on if this has room for a SSD and what the benefits of adding it to this would be. Thanks.
I bought this a little earlier and it has room for either 1 regular size hard drive and 1 SSD, or 2 SSDs.

I was a little disappointed with the build quality. The case doesn't seem very sturdy and the vertically positioned CD-ROM seems especially flimsy. The case is also small, like they chopped the back 1/3 off of a regular minitower.

The specs are good but I haven't noticed a big increase in speed over my much older i5 desktop. I think the speed is being limited by the hard drive. If I put in a solid state drive I bet it would seem faster.

From reading on various forums about this model, I don't think it is very upgradeable.
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Can someone shed light on if this has room for a SSD and what the benefits of adding it to this would be. Thanks.
It supports either two 2.5" Drives or one 3.5" drive. Now it already has 2TB 7200 RPM 3.5" Drive installed which means theoretically you cannot installed another SSD without removing the HDD. But the thing is that SSDs are very small and light and you can use some basic mods like make it stick inside the Cabinet with some tape and believe me, I have done similar thing and it works fine till now.

Benefit will be fast loading time and data access time. Even the cheap SSDs are 4.5 times faster than standard 7200 RPM HDDs. But another thing, here the OS is installed in the hard Drive, so if you want the OS to move into the SSD, then you have to use some third party cloning software to clone the OS partition inside the SSD.
Normally this kind of tools come free with the SSDs and pretty much intuitive.
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I bought this a little earlier and it has room for either 1 regular size hard drive or 2 SSDs.
Does it have enough room for a graphics card upgrade? Like a 1070 or RX 480?
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