Hot New Computer Deals $999.00 Dell i5680-7813BLU-PUS Inspiron Gaming PC Desktop 5680, Intel Core i7-8700, 16GB DDR4 Memory, 128GB SSD+2TB SATA HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, Recon Blue, Windows 10 64-bit
- Processor: 4.6 GHz Core i7 8700
- RAM: 16 GB DDR4
- Hard Drive: 128 GB Flash Memory Solid State
- Graphics Coprocessor: NVIDIA GTX 1060
- Chipset Brand: NVIDIA
- Card Description: Integrated
- Graphics Card Ram Size: 3 GB
- Number of USB 2.0 Ports: 4
- Number of USB 3.0 Ports: 7
Gaming desktop engineered with an 8th Gen Intel Core processor, VR-ready graphics and a striking design built for optimal cooling and powerful performance.
Really great specs for the price. Runs very smooth and quiet, set up was a breeze. Runs photoshop cloud very well. Tested on a few virtual world applications, also ran very smoothly. Heavy duty gamers may want more juice, but if you're looking for a decent out-of-the box machine for a moderate price point, this is hard to beat
I could not have built this computer for this price. Fairly easy to upgrade. I have upgraded the internal 128GB M.2 drive to 256GB (Max for the slot), and added a 500GB WD Black M.2 with a PCIe X4 adapter card, and migrated the OS onto it. Some minor issues with the BIOS and migration, however with some free third party software all went smoothly. .
Transitioning from Mac to PC. First tried out the Dell G7 with similar processor. It ripped thru Red Raw footage no problem. The G7 crushes my currently maxed out 2017 iMac. Which prompted me to buy this Dell tower. Having six-cores greatly increases performance when editing with Adobe apps. 16GB Ram is a nice sweet spot, more is better, 16 is nice. In this Machine upgraded to 1TB M.2 system drive. Overall the system is quick, quiet and packs a punch. Pairs with a 28-inch Dell minitor. Two corrections to reviews below: no you can’t build this system under $500 with same specs. This is a 3.2Ghz processor with a boost to 4.6Ghz.