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Dell XPS 8300 - i5-2320, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD - $100 (Sicklerville, NJ)

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condition: like new
make / manufacturer: Dell
model name / number: XPS 8300
size / dimensions: 16-1/2"d x 7"w x 16"h

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This is pretty much an as-is-from-the-factory XPS.

Mid-tower form factor.

Latest BIOS, A06, is installed.

I've done a clean install of Windows 10 Home, and I will have all updates installed. There is an admin account on it currently with no password. Change it as you need.

Specs:
- OS: Windows 10 Home (license is OEM and tied to the motherboard, no license key needed)
- CPU: i5-2320 (3.0/3.3GHz normal/turbo, 4 core, 4 thread)
- RAM: 8 GB DDR3 1333Mhz (4 slots, all filled, each with a 2GB stick)
- Graphics: integrated Intel video (VGA and HDMI ports)
- Storage: 1 TB HDD, 7200RPM
- Optical: 16x DVD+/-RW
- Multi-card reader: SM/xD, CF/MD, SD/RS, and MS/Pro Duo slots
- Dell 460W Power Supply
- DOES NOT HAVE WIFI BUILT IN

I bought it new in early 2012 and used it until 2015. At that point, my son used it at his mom's place until December of 2019 when he got a new PC.


As it, it'll get the basics done. It's decently capable, but the integrated graphics and having an HDD are the limiting factors. An SSD will speed things up, of course, and putting in a better video card will make it a worthwhile gamer.

From what I've seen in the Dell forums, 10-series Nvidia GTX cards will work in it, as will older Nvidia cards. I don't know if the 16- or 20- series cards will work, though (I wouldn't bet on it). SOME, but not all, R9 AMD cards will work, depending on whether they have a Legacy BIOS/UEFI switch on them. Older AMD cards should be fine.

Cash only, local only. No shipping. Text preferred for initial contact, as I can't always pick up for calls. Any questions, feel free to ask. Emails will likely be a slower response.


All sales final.


Dell Documentation support page:
https://www.dell.com/support/home/en-us/product-support/product/xps-8300/docs

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