expired Dell Inspiron 5680 Gaming Desktop i5-8400 | 8GB | 1TB HDD | GTX 1060 6GB $999.20 Delivered + More @ Dell eBay

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Dell Inspiron 5680 Gaming Desktop i5-8400 | 8GB | 1TB HDD | GTX 1060 6GB $999.20 Delivered + More @ Dell eBay Affiliate
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Dell Inspiron 5680 Gaming Desktop i5-8400 | 8GB | 1TB HDD | GTX 1060 6GB $999.20 Delivered

  • Intel® Core™ i5 8400 (6-Core/6-Thread, 9MB Cache, up to 4GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology)
  • Windows 10 Home (64bit) English
  • 8GB DDR4 at 2400MHz
  • 1TB 7200RPM 6Gb/s
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5

Dell Inspiron 5680 Gaming Desktop i7-8700 | 16GB | 1TB | 256GB | GTX 1070 8GB $1719.20 Delivered

  • Intel® Core™ i7 8700 (6-Core/12-Thread, 12MB Cache, up to 4.6GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology)
  • Windows 10 Home (64bit) English
  • 16GB DDR4 at 2400MHz
  • 256GB M.2 SATA SSD (Boot) + 1TB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s (Storage)
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1070 with 8GB GDDR5

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop i5-7300HQ | 256GB | 8GB | GTX 1060 $1359.20 Delivered

  • 7th Generation Intel® Core i5-7300HQ Quad Core (6MB Cache, up to 3.5 GHz)
  • Windows 10 Home (64 bit) English
  • 8GB, DDR4, 2400MHz; up to 32GB (additional memory sold separately)
  • 256GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 with NVIDIA® Max Q Design technology, 6GB GDDR5 video memory

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop i5-7300HQ | 256GB | 8GB | GTX 1050Ti $999.20 Delivered

  • 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ Quad Core 2.5GHz (6MB Cache, up to 3.5 GHz Max Turbo Frequency)
  • Windows 10 Home 64bit English
  • 8GB, 2400MHz, DDR4; up to 32GB
  • 256GB Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB GDDR5 graphics memory
  • 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop i7-7700HQ | 1TB HDD | 128GB | 8GB | GTX 1050Ti $1095.20 Delivered

  • 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ Quad Core (6MB Cache, up to 3.8 GHz)
  • Windows 10 Home (64 bit) English
  • 8GB, DDR4, 2400MHz
  • Dual drives with 128GB Solid State Drive+ 1TB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB GDDR5 graphics memory
  • 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display

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  • +2 votes

    Nice find OP

  • +7 votes

    Beautifully formatted post, OP.

    Tempted by the 1070 Desktop. Doubt I will ever get around to replacing my 2011 build with a 2500k and GTX580

    EDIT: Can anyone confirm if it does come with USB Type-C. The pics are inconsistent.

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      for $1700 you can make something better yourself

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        it's pretty line-ball to be honest, for $1700 you're going to be skimping on good quality parts and going for the cheaper options on everything. with a pre-assembled PC you should at least get some degree of confidence & warranty should you run into any difficulties.

        that's also taking into account that you've got the time & knowledge to assemble the whole thing

        i just priced up a pc from PCCG with the same specs, choosing pretty much the cheapest option most of the way through and it came to $1812. i realise there's a slight premium from PCCG vs some other places, but if any one of those components strikes issues i know the warranty return system at PCCG is good.

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        I bought a second hand PC for $1400 with similar specs
        -GTX 1070
        -i5-6600k
        -32gb 3000mhz RAM :)
        -z170 Asrock
        -480gb intel SSD
        -256gb NVMe
        -HCG 620M PSU
        -Corsair H60 liquid cooling
        -Windows 10 pro

        bought when it was only a year old. It has however given me a bit of gyp crashing but after some updates it has gotten better but not totally fixed; pretty sure its the motherboard.

        Thought it was a pretty good deal but I'm not sure if i should sell it and buy something new (preferably a laptop). Otherwise im looking for a 1440p 144hz monitor that doesn't cost my soul.

    • +3 votes

      Yes I can confirm it comes with USB Type-C.

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      Yeah just sell your gtx 580 and get yourself a 1060 6gb or higher gpu.. Sandy bridge is still kicking it.

  • +2 votes

    Check the delivery time on these by the way. Youll be waiting almost a month and a half.

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    Is it worth waiting for EOFY sales if Im not in a hurry to order? Realise its hard to guess if they will be any cheaper or on sale for that matter.

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      Get the 1060 if you have been waiting and can't wait any longer

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      From what I've read on other forums, computers don't get discounted much at EOFY because they don't have huge markups and instead the price fluctuations happen when there's new versions released.

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      Just get a pc from Gumtree and keep haggling with sellers till you find the right one.

  • +2 votes

    People interested in these PC's might want to look at this

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgG--VevbyI

    TLDR - GPU's are not on par with mainstream equivalents

    • +1 vote

      Watched the video, the problem with GPUs is the cooling. The performance is on par with 1070 reference designs but the Dell blower design runs hotter and makes more noise than the NVIDIA reference fan.

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        Interdasting.

        What would you recommend to improve cooling?

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          If I personally owned this I'd use Google to search how to undervolt, did the same for Vega 56. The idea is that it reduces performance by about 2 to 3% but reduces power consumption by a higher margin leading too a cooler card and less fan noise.

          I have a small PC case so reducing heat is important.

          -Edit-
          Also aftermarket cooling, that is to replace the cooling unit on GPU. Even the budget options can improve on this if installed properly.

          Don't want to spend too much money? What about replacing thermal paste on the GPU and of they are not on the GPU some tiny GPU RAM heat sinks.

        • +1 vote

          @FabMan:
          Thanks FabMan, I'll give it a shot.

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      Watched the video.. they run a little hotter and louder but the performance is essentially the same. I'm not too fussed there.

  • +1 vote

    Good price on the i7 laptop - makes it hard to go desktop when the prices are so close…

  • +5 votes

    So I recently bought a gaming PC via one of these deals & Dell Ebay and I must say, its been an awesome experience.

    I even had an issue where I messed up the computer by deleting drivers & such trying to get something connected - Dell online support was a godsend.

    Whilst people say they can build better/cheaper computers, I must say the online support & ease of dealing with Dell were a major plus that I didn't expect when diving into one of these new rigs.

    • +1 vote

      But in general the ppl who build their own equivelent don't mess up the computer by deleting drivers? therefore have no need for a (nanny) hand holding service?

      • +5 votes

        Different strokes for different folks.

      • +2 votes

        But in general the ppl who build their own equivelent don't mess up the computer by deleting drivers?

        Incorrect, we learn from our mistakes. That is how we learnt not to delete drivers ever again. :)

        My first big mistake back in the MS-DOS days was deleting command.com.

        I quickly learnt the ins and outs of that operating system after that, but I needed the initial help to fix my problem. I never made that mistake again.

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    That Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop i5-7300HQ with GTX 1060 Laptop for $1,359 is still $10 cheaper on the Dell website, and I think it has slightly better cashrewards…

    http://www.dell.com/en-au/work/shop/business-laptops-ultrabo...

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      Question of the day is upgrading from a 1050ti to a 1060 worth $250 AUD.. and the answer is…

      Are these even full desktop or mobile equivalents or what. Makes a huge difference when comparing to a desktop.

  • -1 vote

    PCByte has the same deal, only it will get here 10x faster.

    • +7 votes

      Just keep in mind the one PC Byte is selling has no Operating System;

      OS:
      Not Included (Please purchase Windows Upgrade Option)

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    Can anyone identify the difference between this Inspirion 5680 and the Dell Inspiron 5675 Gaming Desktop Intel i5-8400 8GB RAM 1TB HDD GTX 1060 6GB that ended yesterday?

    Thanks.

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      difference is 5

    • +2 votes

      I believe It's meant to be ryzen models 5675 vs intel models 5680, but somewhere along the line they mixed one of them up in their listing and never fixed it which caused confusion so now we aren't sure, but the one that ended yesterday for the same price is identical.

  • +2 votes

    I bought one of the 5680 systems a couple of months ago, it's a great upgrade for me. Can any owners of this system suggest a good upgrade for the RAM please? Much appreciated, cheers.

    The 5680 does have NVMe support. If anyone who owns the 5680 can't get their system to boot from their NVMe SSD, feel free to Pm me and I'll advise the steps I took to get this going.

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      Following

      Interested in NVME and also adding in an extra 8GB. Wondering what's been trialled and tested.

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      Is there some kind of unique problem with the 5680 with NVMe or are you just talking generally?

      • +1 vote

        When I first installed my 960 into the 5680, the drive couldn't be seen in windows and couldn't switch to it in BIOS. Had to do some research and a little tinkering, but got it going. Happy to share details if requested by PM.

        Others have reported a similar issue in previous deals for the 5680 posted here on Ozbargain, but am on phone at work, so unable to link to them right now (if you dig through previous posts for this item you'll come across them though).

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    hey guys i bought the 5680 and a SSD drive, but am just wondering if i have the right drive and is this the right place to plug it in?

    http://i66.tinypic.com/351ub04.jpg
    http://i64.tinypic.com/28h1izq.jpg

    • +1 vote

      Noooooo! That's a SATA power connector!
      The M2 socket is on the motherboard.
      BTW, that's a SATA SSD - I'm not sure it's supported on this motherboard, but if it is it's going to be 3-5 times slower than an NVMe SSD…

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        Thanks, found it hiding below the gfx card.. just ordering an m2 screw now to bolt it on and see how we go with compatibility

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