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[Refurb] Dell Optiplex 9010 Intel Core i5-3550 3.3GHz 8GB Ram 128GB SSD Win 10 Pro $182.40 Shipped @ BNEACTTRADER eBay

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Hi Guys

Got about 70 of these machines with a cracking configuration for the price.

Dell Optiplex 9010 SFF
Core i5 3550 3.3GHz (4C)
8GB RAM
128GB SSD
They have 7 Pro but they are imaged with Windows 10.

Our processing section Winds up tomorrow at 12 so we will aim to have as many shipped as we can, but can't guarantee delivery before Christmas.

Thank you all for your support through the year.

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  • +3 votes

    Used to be $188, now $192 to cover up 5% off?

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    How many harddrives can fit in that case?

    • +2 votes

      Just the one that is installed…

      but you can remove the DVD to make more space, or just tape another SSD anywhere there is space…

      I recently upgraded mine to a 1TB SSD (around $200) and also have an external drive for secondary storage.

    • +1 vote

      i've put 3 ssds inside one. mechanical drives up to 1 but those things are dying out.

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      I've got the 9020 which is the same inside I think, and I can get two 2.5" drives in it.

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      Yes, 1x 3.5", but they usually have an adapter for 2x2.5".
      It has 3x SATA ports including the DVD.

  • +1 vote

    More importantly what kind of graphic cards does this take?

    • +4 votes

      I’m sure you could find something but your question indicates that SFF probably isn’t the best choice for you.

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        7010/9010 SFF fits low profile 1050ti in PCIEx16 slot.
        9020 SFF fits low profile 1050ti but only in PCIEx4 slot (from memory - not optimal).

        Not to be confused with USFF.

        I have a 7010 SFF with 1050TI (gigabyte one - fits well) - the MSI one is a little longer and should fit but will be tight.

        You'll fit 2 SSDs in there or 1 HDD (with optical drive remaining).

        I use for BF1 and BF5. Combination of Low/Med settings to get around 60+ FPS (using 75hz monitor).

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      Looking at this page from the Guidebook, there's two PCI-e x16 slots. Unsure if either would already be in use.

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        Unlikely to be used, my guess it's stock standard running off the inbuilt graphics chip. But the SFF (small form factor) means it can be a pain to fit decent graphic cards as they invariably are too high for the box, and draw too much power for the smaller power supply.

    • +2 votes

      Asl 1050ti single slot low profile

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        not sure if single slot 1050 ti even exist, you'll want some sort of airflow for cooling…

        the other option is to use the PCI-e x4 slot to the left, which has less bandwidth and is slower. this way you can fit a double slot low profile card, with a 1050 ti you lose something like 10-15% of performance tho so not ideal.

        • +3 votes

          yup it exists, I’m using it

          Last time I tried to buy a normal 1050ti lp from Msy, the guy from msy is actually advising me not to buy it as he said there is not enough power from the pci x4 and it can only perform like a 1030, so must well buy a 1030….

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    I use one of these as my home router, with 32GB ram in it. perfect beast of a thing

    if only i could remove the shocking cpu cooler and replace it with a stock intel one

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      Cooler not upgradable?

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        Prob no space

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        the cooler that comes with it is a Dell large retarded thing that also attaches to the motherboard, if you replace it each boot you get an error message and must press a key to continue.

        useless for any headless devices

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          I don't mind large heatsink if it does the job, but I cannot stand fan noise.

          • +2 votes

            @nfr: it does the job but the fan noise drives me up the wall, but cant replace it.

            can buy a 70 dollar replacement Dell part and hope its more quiet…. or put up with a cpu cooler alarm all the time

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      How noisy is it?

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      Wow! How big is your family if you need 32GB in a router?!

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      I swapped a spare i7 3770 I had into one of these (replacing the i5), running full time as a Plex server and never had issues with heat or performance.

      Also 32GB is pretty overkill…

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    VGA output only?! Was this used by dinos before?

  • +4 votes

    Great machines and always great service from these guys, very very cheap setup for your mum/grandma/home office if you don't need to play games.

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    Any deals for the 9020? or is there much difference?

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      3rd gen vs 4th gen. it wont matter a great deal if you are browsing the net or light tasks. i7 dells are worth getting if you are making a cheap gaming box.

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      I have two 9020s, the processor is a newer series ( 47xx from my memory ) and they are heaps and heaps faster than the processors equiv for the 9010 units. They cost more as well. It only has 1 x expansion slot for an internal low height video card ( 1030 video with fan series std thickness fits fine, but not with passive type heat sink type cards ).
      9020s already have a v high resolution chip built into the proccesor.
      9020s are excellent units and very quiet.

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    Can it run Doom?

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    Is it worth getting the 22" monitor and the wireless USB adapter?

    Monitor is $99 and Wireless is $25.

  • +2 votes

    Great if you want to convert to a Chromebox. Listed as a supported device on Cloudready https://guide.neverware.com/supported-devices/

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    Can you add a GPU to this? Thinking of something cheap to run fornite.

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    I love these little refurb machines. I put a low profile GT 1030 in my Optiplex and it performs well enough to play the games I like. A bargain at this price.

    • +1 vote

      I think the GT1030 with DDr5 memory is the way to go as it is passively cooled and cheap. You happy to run this as a main computer?

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    Installed (with difficulty) a Galax Nvidia (50NPH8DSP2MN) 2GB GTX 1050 OC LP (Low Profile) PCI-E VGA Card.

    Difficult due to extremely tight fit.

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      Hi Techboy,
      Was the card a straight fit?
      Are the any power issues?
      What is the gaming performance like?
      Does the machine run better with dedicated graphics?

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        It's only minecraft (bedrock) but I added a gigabyte 1050ti to one of these and on occasion the fps has hit just over 1,000fps.

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        don't bother gaming without a dedicated graphics card. the intel 3xxx series would maybe just have enough grunt to run minecraft okay. throwing in a 1050ti pretty much plays every game out there. huuugue difference.

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        (1) Eventually - like I said a tight fit - hate SFF and trying to get things in/out.
        (2) Not that I know of.
        (3) Pretty good
        (4) Of course.

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    Was going to buy 9020s for the office, but went for this and saved a few hungy :)

  • +1 vote

    Can you add another stick of ram? What’s the max ram it can take?

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    DDR3 8GB RAM, it's got 2 slots? Is it populated with 2 x 4GB now or 1 x 8GB?

    8GB is okay, 16GB is better but if I had to buy 2 x 8GB it's less of a deal for me.

    EDIT: Beaten by 3 minutes

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      It's all auction stuff, I'd say the memory configurations would be completely random.

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      it has 4 slots. Dell in their infinite wisdom list 16GB as the max these Optiplexes take. it's not true. Shady tactic to upsell the bigger models is my guess, but they take 32gb ram in 4 slots.

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        Awesome thanks. Just realised I will have 4 x 4GB DDR3 sticks free once I build my new computer. I was going to sell them but now I can repurpose them here. Good quality G.Skill Ripjaws.

        Pulled the trigger

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        Given your name, you would be the guy to ask this next question.

        Would this computer accept my old i7 2600k? Benchmark comparisons have that CPU leading this one in most areas. Those CPU's do get very hot though so it might throw the whole dynamic out with extra cooling needed etc…

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          Yeah they are 1155 sockets would fit in no dramas

          Them cpus still sell for around 100 to 170 on fleabay

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            @i7-2600k: My original estimate was $130 so I hope it can get higher. Yeah best to sell the 2600k, I just checked and these Core i5 3550's only get $50-60

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    Is the machine powerful enough to stream 4k netflix?

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    Detailed list of questions please:
    - Does this machine have a quiet fan?
    - CPU benchmark for the I5-3550 is 6947 and the memory is DD3. This compares to current I5-9600K with a CPU benchmark of 13491. Is this going to have ample performance operating to screens for internet and office, some video editing and 4K screen output, using onboard graphics?

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      The fan in these is fairly quiet.

      You may be able to dual screen it however you might be pushing it with 4K.

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    Great price. Love these machines.

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    With an SSD this makes a great PC for parents, trust me. ;)

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    Anyone use this for groovymame to a crt?

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    Would it be able to run this game its specks are MINIMUM:
    Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    OS: Windows 7 64-bit or later
    Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 2.5Ghz
    Memory: 8 GB RAM
    Graphics: Geforce GT 740 / Radeon R7 260X
    DirectX: Version 11
    Storage: 5 GB available space
    Sound Card: DirectX compatible
    Additional Notes: A game controller is required to run onaroll

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    Or this game MINIMUM:
    OS: Windows 7
    Processor: 2.5GHz dual core i5 or higher
    Memory: 8 GB RAM
    Graphics: GTX 950 or higher
    DirectX: Version 10
    Storage: 5 GB available space
    Additional Notes: Please drop quality settings if not seeing 60FPS. This game is best played buttery for skater xl

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    Or this game MINIMUM:
    OS: Windows 7
    Processor: Intel Core I5
    Memory: 4 GB RAM
    Graphics: Nvidia Geforce GTX 550/equivalent or higher
    DirectX: Version 11
    Network: Broadband Internet connection
    Storage: 4 GB available space for the snowboard game any help would be much appreciated thanks as im a used to consoles and would really like to play one of these 3 games on stream thanks

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