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Considering that neither of these come with a monitor, and we wouldn't need one. I'm trying to figure out what would work best for my client. In my opinion, I have to repair Dell's far to much to recommend them. However, this particular guy has used dells forever and really thinks the sun shines out their ass. I've had tons of luck with their servers, rock solid. but their desktops are a different story.
The biggest knock against a Dell machine is the upgrade path. Dell intentionally limits upgradeability. Our Pentium D machines use the same chip set as our Conroe machines but Dell does not upgrade the BIOS to allow that upgrade. If you think your client will want to upgrade his CPU at Nike Air Max 2017 Black White Anthracite some point down the line then the custom build is really the only route.
With any current CPU, heat is not a problem. Our Pentium D machines get damn hot, damn hot, but Pentium D isn't an option you can choose any more. Any current option will run fine and probably without ever needing to spin the fan up. As for the video card issue, I think this is only an issue if the box will be used for gaming. You can get several different models of half height cards from Newegg or anywhere else, but I would not recommend any of those for gaming. The SFF is awesome if it fits the users usage model, but if it doesn't (gamer, multi boot, RAID) then it is a poor choice.
I wouldn't necessarily go with a SFF box. The size is nice, but it seems like the heat management on Dell's SFF boxes isn't wonderful. OTOH we're not all using Preshott CPUs anymore, so it may not be as much of a problem. Also, as flip mentioned, it can be a pain to find low profile video cards if they're needing an upgrade, at least if they want dual monitors.
Think for yourself, schmuck!bthylafh wrote:The size is nice, but it seems like the heat management Air Max 2016 Print Blue
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I've got a little MSI Wind 100 Nettop at the house that is a bit underpowered with its Atom 330, and I was really ticked to see the Southbridge cooler literally shaking and rattling, something I had to fix before using it.
reason you need a larger form factor. But with all the external drive options these days, the only reason a larger form factor is needed is for full height graphics cards if those are needed.
The recent 'podcast' on TR had information about the Zotac barebones system, which seemed interesting enough, and the price is nice and below 300.00 (considering no HDD/OS/Ram). I just put together a little 380 on dell's site and came out with 470.00 Air Max 2017 Boys
He is currently using 2 laptops, Dells from back as far as 2002 2004ish. They've been hacked up as one had a broken screen, so he used the vga out and hooked up a monitor and just took the top portion of the laptop off all together. Each of them is maxed out at 256mb of ram and running windows XP! So yeah, he would be ecstatic to get into a system with 2gigs of ram
So I would not shy away from recommending a Dell Optiplex. I think they are great boxes and I have lots of personal confidence in them. I'd far prefer recommending a Dell box to someone rather than building them something.
I assumed that with a barebones system they would be paying around $250.00 for the system (high estimate), $50.00 for a HDD, 60.00 for a 2gig stick of ram and the rest they already have. Thats not counting shipping which is likely to ring in at 60.00 70.00 to Alaska.
The Optiplex 3xx series has been pretty good as basic business machines. We've used a bunch of them, and they seem to have been pretty reliable, if thoroughly unexciting.
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Anyone had luck (reliability and performance) with a particular barebones system? These ones here would be used for very basic things like email, websites, ect.
on Dell's SFF boxes isn't wonderful. OTOH we're not all using Preshott CPUs anymore, so it may not be as much of a problem.
Sound advice. I recently got one of the new 380's in for another client and it seems built much better than the prior SFF Optiplex. Yes, I'd be getting them a SFF version. They are only going to be used to run very basic things like the web, ect. They will be front counter machines and likely to be used as a half baked POS for accepting cash/checks and managing customer tabs. Very simple stuff that could easily be done by a low powered system.
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