Dell Optiplex 390 SFF Desktop Business PC Review

Dell Optiplex 390 SFF Desktop Business Computer

Dell Optiplex 390 SFF Desktop Business Computer PC

Dell Optiplex 390 SFF is a business style desktop with the reliable performance of an older- end of 2010 release yet quite powerful Sandy Bridge Intel i5-2400 processor (6MB L3 cache) with a Passmark benchmark score of 5839 as of 27 May, at 3.1GHz to 3.4GHz speeds with turbo boost and no hyper threading, 8GB DDR3 memory at 1333MHz on two slots for multitasking power to run a few demanding tasks at the same time without any delays, 1TB Serial ATA mechanical hard drive at 7200rpm spindle speed for all your photos, music and videos and faster than the standard 5400rpm speed drives and 64-bit Windows 7 Professional (with activation code included on the tower) which is regarded as the best business operating system on the market so far. As a certified and refurbished product you’re getting this item at a highly reduced price but is thoroughly cleaned and inspected before being repackaged in a generic box and you will receive all the original accessories and a 90 day warranty by the manufacturer (standard for the certified refurbished computers) and you can certainly trust this item and seller as only those that constantly maintain a high performance bar are allowed to sell on

Dell Optiplex 390 SFF Desktop Business PC

8GB is plenty of memory for lots of multitasking power and the maximum supported amount is 8GB on its two slots but you do not need to worry as only very small percentage of people- very advanced users will need more than this. Dell Optiplex 390 SFF weighs 12.57 pounds and measures 12.3 x 3.7 x 11.4 inches, is a regular desktop and not an All-in-One so it does not include a monitor but comes with a decent USB keyboard and mouse combo. It has the Intel HD Graphics 2000 that shares the memory with the processor and will let you play only the very standard games like World of Warcraft at low settings and resolutions and integrated audio for your songs, photos, videos and web pages. It comes with a SuperMulti Optical DVD Drive that reads and writes to DVDs and CDs in multiple formats, 8 x USB 2.0 ports (2 front and 6 rear), a Microphone jack, 2 x Audio-out jacks, 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet with RJ-45 connector for wired internet, an HDMI output, a VGA output, a parallel port, a line-in jack, a PCI slot, a PCI Express x 16 slot, a 3.5″ bay, two internal 3.5″ bays, a 5.25” bay and 240W PSU power supply.What we can’t see on the specs is wireless internet, the faster USB 3.0 ports and SSD, which would also be much faster than the traditional mechanical SATA drive but you can certainly upgrade it with the SSD prices coming down.

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