Getting the hang of it
- Jun 5, 2015
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- Roseville, Ca
yes...but a 5th generation cpu can be MUCH less powerful than a 4th...it depends on the model...avoid any 4th or 5th gen laptop/mobile processor. Lookup the processor to get an idea of its general processing power.And the 5th starts with 5xxx?
yes its transferable..with dell you need the service tag..http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/Products/?app=warrantyYa i does not say best offer, but you know how it is on craiglist...everything has a price :loyal:
So i told $300 ,hope that he/she bites , but need to drive 1.5,2 hours to get it,and i think is all worth it.
Now if i get the serial is there a url where you can check how much warranty is left? and is that transferable? from original buyer to next buyer?
The T processor is much weaker than the standard i5/i7....those go on sale at the outlet for 300-350 all the time...the biggest problem with the micro is that they dont have room for additional drives inside...only a single 2.5mm drive.Also found this:
Intel Core i5-4590T 2GHz (Turbo Boost to 3GHz) Quad-Core Haswell
4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, Intel HD onboard graphics
Windows 7 Professional (Win 8.1 license included)
1yr Dell warranty
For $469 with coupon $100,if still works.
Maybe dell optiplex 9020 or 7020 and or that hp elite is better than this above?
that is actually a 3010 3rd gen with no operating system or warranty.The desktop on craiglist was no go,i guess they sold it.
Found this on ebay:
Dell Optiplex 9020 | Core i5-3 3.2 GHz | 1 TB HD | 8 GB RAM | No OS
but i don't see any info in what cpu i5-xxxx it has.
Hmm, i notice that! but they have in title 9020...that is actually a 3010 3rd gen with no operating system or warranty.
There is a sale at the dell outlet now on the 9020's where you can get an i5-4790 for under 400 or an i7-4790 for 519...use coupon code OPTIPLEX35%