expired [Refurb] Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF i5-4570 8GB 240GB SSD 320GB HDD AMD Radeon Wi-Fi KB Mouse Win 10 $449.99 @ Bufferstock

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Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF
Core i5 4570 3.2GHz - Quad Core
8GB RAM
240 Gb SSD ( Under one Year Warranty)
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320Gb HDD
AMD Radeon HD 5450 graphics Card
Win 10 Pro Installed

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Comments

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      This might be slightly more expensive but the systems you linked are different. First off, one is a USFF while this is a SFF. You can't upgrade/change GPU in a USFF so thats already not the same.

      This system comes with a 240 gb SSD while all the options linked here have 128 gb. This is a deal breaker for alot of ppl since 128 gb is tiny when you have windows + all necessary software on it. 240 gb is minimum for a basic system i reckon. I know i know, you can just swap it out reimage etc, but lets compare like for like. It also comes with a 320 gb HDD, wifi and mouse/kb, easily $100 value. So this is not as bad as ppl think, its pretty much plug and play without having to buy a wifi dongle etc.

  • +6 votes

    Bit pricey given other recent prices after discounts for a Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF i5-4570 is around the $261 mark.

    eg: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/407598

    The graphics card in this is Olllllld and the only other upsell is the double capacity ssd (from 128gb) which would cost at most +$30 and the little mechanical hdd which must surely be near end of life.

    I'd buy cheaper and upgrade yourself.

  • +11 votes

    FYI you can also get Core i5-7400/ 8GB DDR4 7th Gen Lenovo SFF's for $359.20 on GraysOnline, which leaves you $89.80 left for a DIY SSD upgrade.

    It also has better GPU performance than the old radeon 5450, plus 2TB HDD.

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        Wow that's awesome value - you're getting something 3 years newer, massive amount of storage, and AC wifi - the only thing missing is an SSD. Anyone know if you can throw a low profile graphics card like a 1050ti in these?

        Edit:- Looks like you can definitely fit a low profile 1030 in there, may need to upgrade the power supply for a 1050ti depending on what it came with

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          These are likely to come with the 180w psu unlikely to get a 1050ti to be stable on that. The integrated graphics are still superior to the 5450 though.

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          Hi - can anyone help by answering the following?
          -Can I fit this SSD (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/409736) in this machine?
          -And will it support dual monitors?
          -Any comment about RAM upgrade?
          I was looking for a cheap developer machine (Visual Studio/SQL Server) for app development.

          Thanks.

  • +5 votes

    This dedicated AMD video card is weaker than the integrated Intel video adaptor, so what's the reason to have it?

    • +1 vote

      Maybe for multi monitor setup or just for DVI/HDMI connection. Save 1.5gb ram too :)).

  • +2 votes

    OP value these so much. Please keep them all yourself

  • +1 vote

    You can probably do better upgrading it yourself. I recently built something similar:

    $170 - Dell Optiplex 9010 i5-3570 from BNEACTTRADER
    $200 - Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce 1050Ti 4GB Low Profile
    $25 - + 4GB RAM
    $49 - 240GB SSD - 36 months warranty as opposed to <1 year warranty

    For about $5 less, you get a way better GPU and brand new SSD. I got the Optiplex 9010 instead of the 7010/9020. 7010 only supports up to 16GB RAM and was same price. 9010/9020 supports up to 32GB RAM. However 9020 has a weird configuration with the PCI-e ports so if you installed a GPU, it could only physically plug into the 4X PCI-e port. The 9010 has it the PCI-e ports the other way and the GPU plugs into the 16X PCI-e so you don't lose performance.

    The i5-4570 here probably has negligible difference in performance to the i5-3570 as well.

  • +1 vote

    Not a bargain at all. Lenovo M93p ThinkCentre goes for a lot cheaper than this with an i5 4670. Upgrade the PSU inside along with a GTX 1050ti and SSD and it works out to be the same cost 👍

  • +1 vote

    Not the greatest deal I've seen but it's not terrible add a rx570 for $230-250 and possibly a new power supply and it'll run most games at high to ultra settings at 1080p 60fps

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      Reckon a 570 will fit?

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        depends what model or how ghetto your willing to go have seen people use this or similar dell systems and either use a PCIE riser to connect the graphics card and run it outside of the case or I've also seen people modify the case to fit bigger cards. You can always buy a cheap new case too.