Dell Gaming PC (Intel i7-8700/1TB HDD/256GB SSD/16GB RAM/NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070/Windows 10)

Model Number: i5680-7491BLU-PCA
Web Code: 12321209

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Overview

Designed for serious gamers, the Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop is your portal into the world of realistic graphics and fierce competition. This VR-ready PC features a 3.2GHz Intel i7 processor, 16GB DDR4 RAM, a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card, and a big 1TB hard drive. Integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and USB 3.1 ports let you connect and expand.


  • More Information
    • 3.2GHz Intel i7 8700 six-core processor and 16GB DDR4 RAM at 2400MHz provide superior power for heavy gaming and multi-tasking
    • 1TB hard drive with 256GB SSD storage offer the best of both worlds, combining the large capacity of a hard disc drive with the fast performance of a solid state drive
    • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card with 8GB of dedicated video memory delivers exceptional, super-smooth visuals and opens the door to a jaw-dropping virtual reality experience
    • Performance 7.1 Channel HD audio for a dynamic, immersive sound
    • 802.11ac Wi-Fi works to maximize your Wi-Fi range and amplify your wireless signals to deliver silky smooth streaming and gaming even from long distances
    • 10/100/1000 Ethernet port offers a secure and reliable wired connection for potentially faster download and upload speeds
    • HDMI output to connect to HDTV or a second
    • Built-in Bluetooth offers wireless connectivity to a wide variety of devices, like keyboards, headsets, and printers
    • 6 SuperSpeed USB 3.1 ports and 4 high-speed USB 2.0 ports offer speedy connections
    • Chassis supports NVIDIA GeForce discrete graphics cards, configurations that meet Dell’s Ready for VR standards
    • Specially engineered for optimal cooling and powerful performance
    • High-capacity hard drive options include dual drive configs and responsive SSD options for quicker boot and load times
    • Thermal design, component placement, and optimized graphics solutions provide quiet operation that won't disturb your game
    • Windows 10 Home 64-bit operating system uses API DirectX 12 with multi-thread scaling to deliver immersive, realistic graphics

  • Details & Specs
  • Base Features

    Pre-loaded Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
    Operating System Language
    Bilingual
    Processor Type
    Intel i7-8700
    Processor Speed
    3.20 GHz
    Processor Cores
    6
    Processor Cache
    12 MB
    RAM
    16GB (2400MHz DDR4)
    Hard Disk Drive Capacity
    1 TB
    Solid-State Drive Capacity
    256 GB
    Hard Drive Speed (Revolutions Per Minute)
    7200 rpm
    Optical Drive
    No
    Graphics Card
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (8GB GDDR5)
    Dedicated Graphic Card
    Yes
    Video Memory
    8 GB
    Audio Output
    Internal High-Definition 7.1 Performance Audio
    Cooling System
    Air Cooling
    Power Supply
    460 W
    ENERGY STAR Qualified
    No

    Display

    Built-in Monitor
    No
    HDCP Compliant
    No
    VR Ready
    Yes

    Networking

    Ethernet Port
    10/100/1000
    Integrated Wi-Fi
    802.11 ac
    Integrated Bluetooth
    Yes - 4.1

    Inputs & Outputs

    Card Reader
    NA
    USB Ports
    Front: 2 x SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A; 2 x USB 2.0; Rear: 4 x SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A; 2 x USB 2.0
    Other Input or Output Ports
    1 x Audio Combo 1/8" Port; 1 x Headphone 1/8" Port; 1 x Full Size DisplayPort; 1 x Microphone; 1 x Front L/R Surround Line-Out; 1 x Rear L/R Surround; 1 x Center/Subwoofer Surround; 1 x Line-in/Side Surround

    Product Features

    Dimensions (cm)
    21.6 (W) x 45.87 (H) x 43.75 (D) cm
    Dimensions (in)
    8.5 (W) x 18.06 (H) x 17.22 (D) in
    Weight
    13.74 kg
    Weight (lbs)
    30.29 lb

  • What's Included
    • Power Supply

  • Reviews

    • Dell I5680
      by

      from Edmonton, AB on April 4, 2019

      I run FSX. Cranked everything up. Smooth video no hesitations. Flight yoke works a lot better. Used to be very erratic. Foot pedals and throttle quadrant more responsive. Great sound system. Some issues with Windows 10. A lot different than Vista. Won't go into auto sleep mode on its own. Cooling fans fairly quiet. Computer seems to be ok so far. I've only had it for 2 weeks.


    • go faster go big
      by

      from Sarnia, ON on October 16, 2018

      looks good me i want better why this has slowest ddr4 ram when gaming is about fast ram ( see ddr4 ram speeds ) 16 gig per stick a 1 TB SSD hard drive will work longer, hold more and bigger games, the speed of new SSD drives can be as good or better at 500 going to 4 TB, look into it 1080 video cards are the king I'm not sure why my gaming pc has 2 video cards so look into it is the power supply up to using 2 1080 video cards look into it next is top of the line mouse with gaming extras most new gaming pros want 3 top end fast gaming monitors look into it the cost of upgrades after is worth looking into before calling your pc fast or game-winning optimized mostly I love to see fastest and most ram fastest 2 video cards 1 or 4 TB hard drives brand names with winning reviews next is motherboards, to use and come with the best chips and overall best reviews after looking at this pc i saw too much missing to call this a gaming pc


    • Great PC
      by

      from Sherwood Park, AB on June 29, 2018

      Great PC, bought it a couple weeks ago and it's been great. There honestly isn't really much wrong with it as is. You pretty much pay 100-200 depending on the sale ontop of the parts. Essentially that'll be how they make money. WIth the prices of GPU's and RAM now, it's a good PC. They say it grows with you, however, be warned. This comes with a 460W PSU. Meaning while you can play games right now at high/ultra with 60fps easily. But you can't get a 1080 because there isn't enough power. You'd need to replace the PSU which can be a hassle because the motherboard isn't branded. I'd say it'll be good for 4 years for high/ultra gaming, then for another 3-4 years mid/high graphics. After that, just build your own, and harvest the parts.



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