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[Refurb] Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF, Intel Core i5 4570 3.20GHz, 8GB RAM, 240GB SSD $199.00 Delivered @ FuzeTechAu

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Back again due to popular demand, we have a stack of Optiplex 9020 desktops with 240gb SSDs this time.

The Optiplex 9020 is an affordable desktop, Great for your work and studies

• CPU - Intel Core i5 4570 3.20Ghz

• Ram - 8gb ddr3

• Hard Drive - 240gb SSD - Western Digital

• Graphics - Intel HD Graphics 4600

• Connectivity - Headphone Jack + Mic Jack, 4 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0,2 x display port 1x vga

• Optical Drive - Yes

• Network - Ethernet

• Operating System - Windows 10 Pro activated and installed

extras

-Power cable

The optiplex 9020 with 120gb optional SSD is also available online in limited quantity!

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Comments

  • extras

    Power cable

    ………….

    Wasn't this same deal posted a day or two ago ???

    • +1 vote

      double the storage in these ones ;)

    • +3 votes

      I won't be surprise to see more of these deals coming up.

      My workplace are ditching similar Dell desktops in favour of laptops for all staff.

      I am pretty sure many companies will be doing the same these days when a huge number of staff are now working from home

      • +4 votes

        I won't be surprise to see more of these deals coming up.

        These have been readily available for similar prices for years now…

      • +3 votes

        Some are setting up Azure Gateways/Desktops.

        Hopefully when my workplace ditches theirs they will let us bid for it, mine has just been souped up.

  • On a side note - FuseTech have the cheapest 3600 at the moment - $270

  • How much does this go for on auction?

  • For anyone interested this SFF model has one half height PCIe x16 slot which you can use to add a low-profile GPU. But this model appears to come with a 255W PSU, so you won’t be able to put something like a 75W GTX 1650, but a GT1030 should still work fine for driving multiple high res monitors or to use as an HTPC (e.g: output 4K HDR, and hardware accelerated H.26x decoding)
    Spec sheet

  • So they have Windows 10 Pro installed before or you have pre-installed it?

  • Is this a repost? I don't see any difference…?

    • 128GB vs 240GB SSD

    • The last was with used 128GB SSDs, this seems to be with new WD Greens. Provided that the used ones ain't used that heavily, they probably be better.

      • what was the brand/model of the 128GB?

        • The last post just listed a variety of brands, so it will be the original drives that came with the machines. Dell uses a variety, Samsung, Micron, Hynix etc etc, but its not that they are good, its just the WD Greens are really bad.

  • Refurbishers must be able to buy W10 Pro licences from Microsoft for a couple of bucks. It's $339 for mugs.

    • If they have Windows 10 Pro came with the PC before, you can always reinstall it on the same machine.

    • These are OEM licenses tied to the machine. Either in the bios for the newers ones, or the good ol stickers in the older ones. Bio ones will just activate automatically, you still need to enter the sticker ones. Activated a Sandy Bridge laptop with sticker COA a couple of weeks ago, and it went through fine.

  • Excellent. Been waiting for a system to match with my RTX3090.

  • Can anyone tell me if I can move the insides of these machines into my own mATX case? Looking to upgrade an existing HTPC and considering a motherboard+CPU+RAM upgrades (so will be reusing own case, PSU and drives).

  • Hi Rep, Just wondering if there is room and connections to add a 2nd hard disk drive?