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[Refurb] Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF, Intel Core i5 4690 3.20GHz, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD $179.99 Delivered @ FuseTechAu

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Standard procedure , we have more Optiplexs , go buy some they are great office PCs.

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

• CPU - Intel Core i5 4690

• Ram - 8gb ddr3 ( Optional upgrades available)

• Hard Drive - 128gb SSD - High quality brand from Samsung, gigabyte, western digital, Kingston (optional upgrades available)

• 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

extras

-Power cable-Vga Cable

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Warranty - 3 months warranty

AND GUESS WHAT, IT COMES WITH A BONUS POWER CABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Operating System - Windows 10 Pro

    I wonder if these will support Windows 11 ?

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      No TPM I reckon.

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        that sucks then…

        no deal…

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        the 9020s do have a TPM but it's only v1.2 not v2.0 that windows 11 requires

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        what is TPM?

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          https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trusted_Platform_Module

          Trusted Platform Module (TPM, also known as ISO/IEC 11889) is an international standard for a secure cryptoprocessor, a dedicated microcontroller designed to secure hardware through integrated cryptographic keys.

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            @xoom: eli5 plz

            • +1 vote

              @Homr: Think of TPM as a locked door with a keypad lock.

              Only the correct key or pin will let you in.

              Though there's more to it. With TPM your pc can refuse to boot if it's been tampered. Like it got stolen and they tried to tamper with the hard drive contents. The TPM chip will detect this and stop the pc to boot.

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        I reckon Windows 11 is going to be a flop with this TPM 2.0 requirement. A lot of Windows 10 release era PCs can't even upgrade to Windows 11 due to the lack of TPM 2.0 so no upgrade for them.

    • +2 votes

      Intel CPU's older than 8th gen currently aren't in the W11 support list, though I'm fairly certain there might be some hacky ways to get around it (if people could install W11 on a Raspberry Pi4)

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        I got it fresh installed on i5 2500 just copy W10 USB source folder over to the W11 USB (except the largest file) and make sure they are both the same locate (US)

        Only if you have the ISO

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          Thanks - the locale thing is really important! I wasted a hour on this issue, till I finally googled it and fixed the "cannot set locale" install error.

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          I used this method.

          https://youtu.be/WMoCHlKNRks

          Used Rufus to create bootable USB of the windows 11 iso.

          Used a secondary usb stick with reg file from YouTube video this way I don't have edit the iso to insert the reg file.

      • +1 vote

        i manage to install it on non supported hardware using a simple reg file. though only did the install for the giggles.

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        Unknown if the hacks will work on older CPUs in the non-preview versions. It seems odd it is limited to 8th Gen+ in the release version given it seems to run just fine

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        I got sidetracked today but had planned to install w11 to a pi4 today for a look.

        I don't suppose you have any idea how usable it actually is?

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      For windows 11 you need 8th gen & above

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      Where there's a will there's a way, especially with windows ;)

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        Some bright spark will always find a way around this to install.

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    My older i5 updated to w11 with preview program

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      what gen was the cpu?

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        I lie about the older gen.

        Inspirion 3250
        i5 - 6400
        4GB RAM

        Updated to Win11 without any confirmation from me… one day it was win10, next was win11

        Seems to work betterer

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      Insider preview doesn't force it but production will.
      It will only support 8th gen & above.
      but windows 10 will be supported till mid 2024

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      are you in the insider programme?

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        I thought I left but yes, still there. Just saw a warning…

        Your PC does not meet the min requirements….. You will continue to receive updates until Win11 is generally available and then it is recommended to install Win10

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    How are these for running a home plex server?

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      Should be alright mate . I am running plex + nas + rtorrent on 11 years old laptop. Are you looking for transcoding ?

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      Three CPU itself is more than powerful enough for general Plex use… Except for transcoding. The 4th Gen CPUs integrated graphics don't give the best video quality with quicksync hardware transcoding (my old Plex server was an i3-4160). I'm now running an i5-10100, again using integrated graphics - it's much improved.

      However the only thing that ever trancodes for me is anime with subtitles (my kid loves that stuff)… The still is too transcode as little as possible 🙂

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        ah i suspect i probably would need to do some transcoding - i enjoy anime (i mean, my dog does)

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          Man I should proof read before I post 🤦🏻‍♂️

          But that CPU itself can software transcode at least 1-2 1080p streams… So if it's just for you, it'll be fine as a starting point 🙂 I've upgraded my Plex server many times over the years 😂

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    Does wifi come wirh the antenna?

    Is the 4600 a separate card like shown in the photo

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      What are you talking about?

      Wrong thread?

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        Wifi is an option you can add

        And the pic shows a separate card with dvi and displayport

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          Intel 4600 is onboard display so may be the ports from the motherboard.

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            @superforever: Yes but i want to confirm exactly what we are getting because those 2 ports arent listed but are in the pic and theres no antenna shown but u cant use the wifi without it.

            Also op - what does "L SEP" mean next to some of the parts inc the os.

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              @Lost-Sons of dallas: I see where you confused, yeh the picture looks wrong. It does not come with wifi or external graphics card but on the 2nd pic it shows it.

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    Refurb PC price will crash for 7th gen & below, later this year as those won't be supporting Windows 11.

    Windows 11 Supported Intel processors:
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/design/min...

    Minimum Hardware requirements for Windows 11:
    https://download.microsoft.com/download/7/8/8/788bf5ab-0751-...

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      To hang off your comment when it's released. All these people downloading the beta builds and saying how it works without 😑😑😑

    • +2 votes

      You have a lot of faith in corporates being eager to upgrade to Win-11.
      Lots of them are still using Windows-7, or were dragged away not long ago.

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        Corporations drag on changing OS to the very end. When windows 7 got released plenty of our desktops at work still had xp. We are just recently getting windows 10 after many years we had windows 7. I'm foreseeing many more years of windows 10 before windows 11 see the light of day at work. I can imagine it's same story with many work places.

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          We are finishing up switching users from 7 to 10 at our work - the change has been happening for over a year now, the win7's are finally being kicked off the domain within the next few weeks
          Win10 has a long time to go before they'll look at 11, it took them long enough to get all the inhouse win7 apps compatible with win10 lol

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            @JKat: same where i work. they needed to run test bed to make sure our inhouse apps will work on the new OS.

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        There wouldn't be any more desktop in corporate world near future. they moving away from it and going back to VM.

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          we use to have virtual machine for desktops. it sucked balls. its slow and when network goes down. you are up a creek without a paddle. cant work even offline.

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            @xoom: well it coming back, don't worry last week we got three days off ;)

  • +1 vote

    Always Linux when win 10 runs out of life.

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      I installed Peppermint on an old Windows XP laptop, it's working great now.

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    Chuck a low profile 1650 into it (and probably a memory upgrade) and you have a fantastic little 1080p gaming PC. Probably can get 60fps out of Warzone

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      Not everyone needs a gaming pc, or even one with that much graphics power

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        Not sure KsCv4 was implying people should be forced to install a graphics card.

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      The PCIe slot layout is wrong for a GPU. The x4 slot is above the x16 so you get bandwidth hampering if you can fit a card at all.

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    how much without ssd? doesn't look it's an option

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      why you wanna do that, if there is a option probably $30 less but not easy to check if its working PC.

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        I was thinking of a freenas pc, already have a bunch of ssds lying around, and also not sure if windows license is adding to price or even needed either

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          These are ex office pc, comes with license you like it or not(attached to the CPU). I'm thinking of buying one for pfsense, i still buying one with windows loaded, so I know everything else is work.

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    Would this be easy to hackintosh?

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    Running ESXi with virtual pfsense, Pi-hole. Excellent value.

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    Is there a way to install a discrete GPU to one of these?

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    would this be good enough for a work from home setup?

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      depends what you do for work. basic office stuff like sending emails, spreadsheets and the like. should be fine.

      photo and video editing. perhaps not.

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        thanks! :)

  • +1 vote

    Would it be worth spending the extra $26.10 to buy this i5 Skylake (6 Gen) processor instead?

    I know it comes with a HDD but I've already got a SSD.

  • +1 vote

    Anyone who bought this, what is the power consumption on this?