Dell Optiplex 5050 I5 6th Gen 3.2 Ghz Quad Core PC Unit
£189.00 - £287.00
These refurbished Dell PC units are in excellent condition. They have fast Intel 6th Generation I5 3.2 Ghz Quad Core Processors, 8 GB of DDR 4 RAM and a 128 GB M.2 NVMe Solid State Drive. They come with Windows 10 Professional fully installed and updated. Upgrades can be added by clicking on the appropriate drop down boxes below.
We can offer a discount on any of our refurbished systems or monitors for buyers who wish to purchase a quantity of items. Please contact us by telephone or email to discuss your requirements.
14 Day Money Back Guarantee
We offer a 14 Day Money back Guarantee on all products, so if you're not satisfied, just return it for a refund. All products also come with a 1 Year RTB warranty at minimum.
12 Month Warranty
Be confident in your purchase
With our standard 12-Month Return-to-Base (RTB) warranty. This ensures that
if anything goes wrong with your new computer within the first year,
you can simply return it to us and we'll take care of the rest.
24-Month Upgrade Available - for extra peace of mind
Courier Delivery Only £10
All of the refurbished desktop computers and laptops on our website are in stock so you will not be waiting weeks for delivery.
We endeavour to ship all goods within 24 hours of an order being placed.
6 x USB III Ports (4 Rear, 2 Front)
4 x USB II Ports (2 Rear, 2 Front) Ethernet Port (Gigabit) 2 x Display Port HDMI Port VGA Port Serial Port Audio In/Out (Front)
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How Much RAM Do You Need?
Most standard computers come with 8GB to 16GB of RAM today. Adding an additional 8GB can provide a noticeable speed boost for an affordable price.
RAM vs Storage
RAM is not the same as storage space. Storage stores long-term data (your pictures, files, emails) on your hard drive or SSD. RAM only stores data temporarily for fast access.
You can have abundant storage but still need more RAM for better performance when running multiple programs. Upgrading RAM won't increase your overall storage capacity.
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By choosing a larger SSD, you'll get more room for all your photos, videos, music, and documents.
What is an SSD?
SSD stands for Solid State Drive. It's a type of storage drive that is much faster and more reliable than traditional hard disk drives (HDDs). SSDs have no moving parts and use flash memory to store data.
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