Dell Optiplex 9010 Core i7 3770K AMD 7570 1GB 500GB HD 24 GB RAM DVD-RW

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    This will be relisted as soon as I figure out if I can still upgrade these machines to Windows 10 Pro for free, even though technically the free upgrade period ended July 29, 2016. Also, as soon as I found out if my brother wants the two extra Dell Precision T1700's I bought at a really good price, so I can decide if I want to use the Windows 10 Pro OEM disc's for these machines or the Precisions and sell both. If it's not considered an ebay help question and won't get me band or the thread closed can anyone let me know they think.
     
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    Well I tried it anyway and yes you can use a Windows 7 Pro or Home OEM Product key with Windows 10 Home or Pro, even if it's Dell licensed as far as I can tell. I don't know if this works for all vender licensed copies of Windows 7 Home or Pro and if it will works with Vista to 7 or earlier attempts to upgrade to the most current Windows though, so I'm not guaranteeing this works for all official licensed product keys to upgrade to 10. Obviously you have to upgrade Vista to 7 first or XP to Vista and so on if possible as well as use OEM with OEM and retail with retail.
     
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    Here it is relisted:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/232412201439?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
     
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    Someone please buy these if you're interested or send me a message on ebay if feel we need to negotiate.
     
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    Someone please try to offer at least 10 percent less than the buy it now price. Also, keep in mind that an additional 10 percent goes to the hurricane victims in Texas.
     
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    I don't get people on ebay apparently because none of the offers I'm getting are even 50 percent most of the time and I'm only excepting 10 percent less than the buy it now on most of my high dollar items because I need to make a decent amount on them. My friend seems to be a complete retard when it comes to the concept of buy it now because he says it's no obvious when it's not really supposed to be kinda or he's just giving me a hard time like most of the people on here. I'm trying to be patient while waiting for items, like this to sell. However, some people are sending me way to ridculously low offers thinking items like this aren't worth the lowest acceptable offer or the buy it now. I mean come on if they don't want to buy it then they shouldn't make an offer because that's what it seems like and if they do want to buy what makes them think I would take less than 50 percent of the buy it now especially on high dollar items. Sericously, one offer was $1.99 and that's just annoying because they clearly had no intent to buy the item and just wanted to piss me off probably. I mean can't I get a decent off on items I've worked hard to restore and satisfy my ebay customers. I know I can't ask for advice on here or price check either though, but these offers are ridiculously low and not what ebay suggests the lowest or best offer using is and that is at least 10 percent of the buy it now.
     
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    Do a search for like items on eBay and you may just find the answer to your mysterious lowball offers .
     
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    I'll be honest and sorry if this turns into a ramble.

    I have picked up Dell Optiplex 9010 with i5 chips for $100-140 off of craigslist to help folks build solid cheap gaming PCs.

    So already, at first glance I would already skim past your sale since it is already priced on the high side.

    Personally if it was me, I would prefer the 9020 mode since it has SATA 3 unlike the 9010 that has only SATA 2.

    At $500 I can easily find a 9020 or even a newer model.

    The only redeeming quality of your tower is the i7-3770K which is a moot since it can't be overclocked on the dell motherboard.

    In your particular situation you can't value your desktop just what parts it has. The value of the parts are worth higher alone than together. There is a demand for i7-3770k but almost all of the demands comes from people who already has their own parts to recycle. Same concept with the 16GB ram kits as well.

    If you want a quick sale, then you need to sell it cheaper.

    If you want to make more money, then you need to be more patience. However if you price it too high, it might not even sale.

    My suggestion is if you want to make the most of it:

    1) Swap the CPUs out with cheaper i3 or i5 and sell the i7-3770k alone.

    2) Pull some ram out and sell it separately. Keep each system at about 8GB ram if possible. I can still sell some 2x 8GB OEM ram sticks for ~$60.

    This way you can price your desktop that markets to the folks who doesn't mind picking up a (used) full system and sell the most profitable parts in the most demanding markets.

    If you say something like "I rather sell it as a whole" then you have to understand that is a trade-off for more convenience for you in return you'll get less money.

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    Also here some info for reference on my last ebay purchases:

    -Dell Optiplex 9020 (SFF): i5-4760s, 8GB DDR3, and 256GB SDD for $180 - Replacement tower for parents.
    -Dell Optiplex 9020 (mid-tower): i7-4790, 16GB DDR3, 256GB SDD for $300 - Budget gaming build who wanted an i7
    -Dell Optiplex 9020 (slim-tower): i7-4770, 8GB DDR3, 500GB hdd for $140!! -Budget gaming build with low-profile gpu
     
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    Selling the parts seperately defeats the purpose of me refurbishing it. These computers are priced the hightest becauseI spent the most ho them, the parts are expensive, and I need to make a decent amount from them. Comparing these or any of my other computers to listings on ebay is an insult because it's extremely unlikely you'll find somthing like these on there. I bought the 3770k because my University was using them for the Server Hardwase support class and I can't swap the Core i5 4570 in the 9020's for the 3770k because the core i5 4570 is socket 1150 and the 3770k is socket 1155 if you were thinking that. These computers aren't meant to appeal to gamers and enthusists either. There meant to appeal to business professionals and IT students.

    The following is the detailed description of the 9010 and keep in mind these machines have been fully upgraded to Windows 10 Pro as well as are ready to go out of the box:


    Learn more about the DELL 9010
    Model
    Brand
    DELL
    Model
    9010
    Part Number
    15VFDEDT0582

    Quick Info
    Type
    Business Desktops & Workstations
    Form Factor
    Tower
    Usage
    Business
    Processor
    Intel Core i7-3770 3.3 GHz
    Memory
    24 GB DDR3
    Storage
    500 GB SATA 7200 RPM
    Optical Drive
    DVD
    Graphics
    Intel HD Graphics 2500+(AMD Radeon 7570 1GB Video Card with Dedicated Video Memory Displayport DVI Video Card in PCI-E x16 slot)
    Ethernet
    Gigabit Ethernet
    Keyboard
    Yes
    Mouse
    Yes
    Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit on installed and on recovery partition only (No recovery media and working on possibly including Windows 10 Pro.
    Software Included
    90 Days Subscription: Antivirus (If still valid and not expired)
    30 Days Trial WinZip, Corel Office (If still valid and not expired)

    CPU
    CPU Type
    Intel Core i7 3rd Gen
    CPU Speed
    3770K (3.50 GHz) (Can support Intel Xeon E3 v1's or v2's, but not ECC memory because motherboard doesn't have C2xx chipset even if processor specs say the processor supports it.)
    L3 Cache Per CPU
    8 MB smartcache
    CPU Main Features
    64 bit Quad Core Processor

    Graphics
    GPU/VGA Type
    Intel HD Graphics 4000
    Graphics Interface
    Integrated video

    Memory
    Memory Capacity
    24 GB Kingston 1333 MHz DDR3
    Maximum Memory Supported
    32 GB (non-ECC only I believe)

    Storage
    HDD
    500 GB
    HDD Interface
    SATA
    HDD RPM
    7200rpm

    Optical Drive
    Optical Drive Type
    DVD-RW

    Communications
    LAN Speed
    10/100/1000Mbps

    Front Panel Ports
    Front USB
    4
    Front Audio Ports
    2

    Back Panel Ports
    PS/2
    2
    Video Ports
    1 VGA, 2 Display Ports
    Rear USB
    6
    RJ45
    1 port
    Rear Audio Ports
    3 ports

    Expansion
    PCI Slots (Available/Total)
    1 PCI Slot
    2 PCI Express X16 Slot
    1 PCI Express X1 Slot

    1 Year Warranty Courtesy of Manufacturer Only if valid and not expired.

    2 computers sold seperately (1 tower contains wrong slot cover holder and is dented near it, which is how I received it from Newegg when I purchased it from them.)

    Dell Windows 7 Pro optical recovery media, Windows 10 Optical Media Created with Media Creator Tool, and Windows 10 Pro OEM included on USB flash and Recovery partition, which uses the Dell Windows 7 Product key to activate license.
    Originally purchased with Core i3 2100, 4 GB of Hynix Ram in one and 4 GB of Samsung of Ram in the other, no video cards, and 500 GB HD's in both.
    Windows 10 case badge included and affixed on front of case.
    Installation from flash media wouldn't work when created with disks in Linux, but worked when created with Windows Media Creator.

    This is a business class computer, but can potentially be used for other purposes.

    • Nero Burning Rom Express 3 included on optical media only for free.


    Apparently boot repair deleted the true recovery partition on both because it was causing problems, so apparently no true recovery partitions are included after all.
     
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    These computers aren't meant to appeal to gamers and enthusists either. There meant to appeal to business p
    I know this is an enthusiest forum, but you fail to see how productive you can be with systems priced this low even if mine seem priced a lttile high and you only look at it's gaming potential. Get real computers can do a lot more than that and I've done it, even if I've only done computer networking course work with computers like this. You and all the people on here sell my computers short based on gaming capablities, even if they are priced a little high compared to other systems. Also, every offer so far has unfairly compared my items to other listing that are as good of offers.
     
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    You totally missed my point. I didn't say to swap a 4th gen CPU into your tower but rather find a 3rd gen and sell the i7-3770k separately.

    You want top dollar for your 5 generation old system. Like I said, you aren't going to find many folks looking for a fully built 3rd gen system.

    I use gamers as an example because they are most likely your best bet in getting the most out of reselling your cpu and ram.

    Any real business would buy their system new or refurbish from a reliable source and generally not from eBay.

    You can try to say it is an insult to compare other Dell Optiplexs to yours but frankly... deal with it? The buyers won't care how you feel. They don't care how you refurbished them. They only care if what they are spending is worth it.

    Like I said, it isn't hard to just do a simple ebay search and find something more "appealing" than yours.

    It wouldn't surprise me if an eBayer would buy some ram on eBay to go along with a similar purchase like mine a bit ago.

    -Dell Optiplex 9020 (mid-tower): i7-4790, 16GB DDR3, 256GB SDD for $300

    This also still had 2 years and 2 months warranty left from the original 5 year (extended) warranty it originally had.
     
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    You really think folks here buy and sell computer parts base only on gaming? You clearly have no idea what you are talking about then.
     
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    Sorry that should say no official recovery media because recovery optical media and recovery flash media are now included, which they have been for months now. They don't need a 90 day trial of antivirus anyway because Windows Defender is included for free as long as the copy of Windows is genuine or valid and might need activated first, which is valid or genuine though.

    Oh and I wasn't trying to say businesses would buy it I was trying to say business customers or IT professionals who would for whatever reason need a computer at home to do whatever or work from home a little if not a lot and just want an in expensive computer because my prices are not that high considering there are people selling new ones over $1000 on ebay and you just happened to mention that businesses don't buy on ebay, so who's buying new Optiplex 9010's for over $1000 and I get maybe some people want a new machine with no problems. The buyer doesn't need a 30 day trial of Win ZIp either as an extractor is built into Windows, so I guess I need to fix how that's worded. It is licensed by using the Windows 7 Professional Product Key Label on the side of the computer though, so it's not unlicensed.
     
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    I didn't invest in these to break even, but did so without realizing I don't need these computers to be compatible with my University especially considering I can't use my drive carrier in their computers, but regardless I spent a lot of money to get these equivalent and now I'm having trouble selling these for a decent amount. I know I'm not going to break even because I paid over $600 to get these at these specs and that's why their priced at fair market value. However, you're telling me and so is everyone else that's to high and I need to price them dirt cheap because um yea that's how fair market value works right.
     
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    Most people seem to and that's what my computers get unfairly compared to or seem to.
     
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    Ok, but keep in mind that all the computers I'm selling are seller refurbished, even if people or businesses generally don't buy on ebay. Also, if I wanted top doallar I ask what I paid for these, but I know that's not realistic at all and as always everyone wants me to sell my items for dirt cheap for some crappy reason and don't tell me they depreciated to that because that's crap considering fair market value and depreciated value shouldn't be that far off from each other.
     
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    Also here some info for reference on my last ebay purchases:

    -Dell Optiplex 9020 (SFF): i5-4760s, 8GB DDR3, and 256GB SDD for $180 - Replacement tower for parents. "This is probably doesn't have a video card or Windows 10 Pro or recovery media."
    -Dell Optiplex 9020 (mid-tower): i7-4790, 16GB DDR3, 256GB SDD for $300 - Budget gaming build who wanted an i7 "Same here, even if it does have 16 GB RAM"
    -Dell Optiplex 9020 (slim-tower): i7-4770, 8GB DDR3, 500GB hdd for $140!! -Budget gaming build with low-profile gpu "Same here"
     
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    Whatever it's almost impossible to build a computer with modern specs using MicroATX for prices this low or buy something close to equivalent with everything I'm offering for less and I've looked. If people don't feel my items are worth what I'm selling them for then their not paying attention to the details. Most computers I've compared to what I'm selling don't even include a video card and the T1700 with a Xeon requires this because it doesn't have graphics processing in the CPU. Yes I had to correct some wording though or terms, but for the most part their getting a good deal for buying on ebay.
     
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    Yes 9020's are more appealng because they use 4th generation Core i-series processors, so here's the following price for an Optiplex 9010's with 16 GB RAM as well as the 3770k if not more, but only Windows 7 Pro and after this is a 9020 with similar specs to the 9010 and my 9010. Keep in mind that as far I know Dell has not made an Optiplex Mini Tower with newer than a 4th generation Core i-Series Processor that supports full 5 1/4 drive bays, which I know may not matter to some user or buys though. However, if full 5 1/4 drive bays do matter for you, like they did for me because of the Mobile Rack that supported drive carriers so I could stay equivalent to the school then all the computers I'm selling have them even if you prefer the newer Dells I'm selling than the HP a6000 that is a bundle of a Computer, Monitor, keyboard, and mouse hence the by it now or best offer price that it's at.:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Optiplex-9010-MT-Intel-Core-i7-3770-3-4GHz-16GB-80GB-Win-7-Pro-1-Yr-Wty/401082678996?_trkparms=aid=555019&algo=PL.BANDIT&ao=1&asc=41375&meid=9b7c67a4f6964be59914b600332acb6c&pid=100505&rk=1&rkt=1&&_trksid=p2045573.c100505.m3226

    and the 9020 at similar specs:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Optip...166927?hash=item3af5932f0f:g:DsoAAOSwintXSbz~
     
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    It wouldn't be hard to find a better video card than the one you are offering.

    They did come with Windows 7 Pro.

    Also if you knew anything about how Dell system works, you could use the recovery or a Dell Windows 7 disc/iso and the activation will base on the SLIC 2.0 from the bios. Or you could use a clean Windows 7 and use the provided key.

    From there you can upgrade to Windows 10 Pro for free. So you are trying to market Windows 10 Pro that is essentially $0 cost overall.
     
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    It's time to take a reality check. Used products do depreciated unless there is some sentimental value to the buyer for it.

    Rather than looking at what other sellers are selling at (which aren't moving or barely at all), you should look at ebay history.

    I already see more demands for Dell Optiplex 9010 under $300 easily. It shows that the biggest market for the older 9010 system aren't looking for a fully loaded system like yours. Rather they want something that will performance decently well (i5, 8GB, etc).

    The buyers you are looking for aren't looking for the old 9010 model at all.

    Anyhow, it is obvious that you refuse to understand basic marketing and economics since you solely want to focus on your own factors than the market demands.

    There's been threads posted like this before and they all end the same way.
     
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    Because that's not on ebay and I'm assuming the buyer can afford or get credit to buy from Dell too, even though these computers are priced at about the same price if you don't offer 10 % less than the buy it now. Also an additional 10 percent goes to the hurricane victims in Texas to if that makes any difference to you or any other buyer, so I'm losing about $95 on the sale from taking 10 percent less and donating 10 percent to the the hurricane victims in Texas.
     
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    Yes, but this has integrated and if the buyer wants to switch to a Xeon processor it's required and it doesn't share memory with the system. It's not like I'm asking a lot just because of the graphics card either, which I paid $75 for and I'm not asking for that in the price. The Processors are why I'm asking so much and the RAM, which I'm not asking what I paid either and I'm only asking a decent amount for the Whole systems. I mean come on 10 percent less and 10 percent to the hurricane victiums, so I'm only making a little under $400 and it's fairly priced compared to other computers on ebay. If you found something new on Dells site that's about the same as the buy it now or a little higher and can get that your extremely lucky you found that, but I'm not going to lower my price just because you found that, since it's not going to last long and I'll only lower my price if others do on ebay and I think it's necessary to compete. If you want or think those new dells are better go ahead and buy them. Personally though I stated my reason for why people would need a mini tower with full 5 1/4 drive bays too and this system clearly isn't for you or anyone who doesn't feel they need it or can do better with a 9020 or T1700 or T3620 else where. My price is not that bad though and I've looked several times just be fair especially when people like you try to suggest I'm not. For all I know you and everyone else just wants me to lower my price, so you can buy my computers and then sell them at a higher price to make a profit.
     
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    Reality Check these aren't used their seller refurbished.
     
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    Link

    Sugar coat it all you want.
     
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    Now you are just cherry picking.

    Those are Precision towers. Not Optiplexs.

    There are certain areas and fields that requires equipment that are to be certified in order to be used. These Precision towers would carry them and hence their higher prices.
     
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    Thats enough of this ....good luck with the sale.
     
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    One this I liked to point out is that you think the only redeeming quality of my towers is the 3770k and that you think it's moot because it can't be overclocked, which it doesn't need to be overclocked it's fast enough and if it's not then your obviously interested in the machine for the wrong reason considering that the only reason these processors were ever included originally if at all was for a high default clock speed and integrated graphic if not virtualization features or anything else significant.
     
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    Sorry it came to this, but I seem to be getting offers from people somehow that think I need to go rediculously low on all my items just to sell them.
     
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    To be fair. I did offer you suggestions to get the MOST out of your product to the markets with the higher demands for quicker sales. It was your choice to generalize folks thinking they want to low ball you and rob you of your sale. Many of us are experience sellers here as well and I think a lot of us have an idea or two how to get products to move. Perhaps be a bit more open minded and it might reward you in the end.

    I'm done with this thread now.
     
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    Sorry, but I've asked people to message me on ebay if they want to negotiate and they haven't, which all they've done is send me ridiculously low offers especially $1.99 for the 9020's and I wasn't saying you were doing this, but I don't feel I need to lower my price on these 9010's yet and don't ago with what was being said there worth, even if it wasn't you I disagreed with if it was.

    Anyway here's what dell offers now that's newer and comparible, which yes the prices are almost as low as my 9010's. However, there has to be a catch and if not it's not going to last forever.
     
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    Yes, but used in seller terms means you haven't done crap to restore it to better condition.
     
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    I know that I mentioned this because I'm selling Precision T1700's with Xeon 1220's, 8 GB of RAM, Quadro 600, and a 500 GB or 1 TB HD, but apparently, you didn't realize that.
     
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    if you offered me $350 compared to the $265 I got that wouldn't be so bad especially compared to the offer of $1.99 for the 9020's I also got, but most buyers haven't even messaged me to ask me that and $265 is barely over 50 percent of what I'm asking now or before and that's the frustration as well as shadiness I'm talking about, even if it's not you who did or anyone else in this post.
     
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    I couldn't do a clean installation of Windows 7 Pro the way you're saying it because Dell or AST who factory refurbished these before I bought them from Newegg in 2016 didn't include a recovery optical media, but I basically did this anyway because they did have recovery partitions. Therefore, all it took was a true optical or USB flash disk created with a true copy of the Windows 10 media creation tool and not a hack, which I ran into that tried to make the size of the Windows 10 iso smaller than it was supposed to be. I'm not charging for Windows 10 Pro I'm charging for everything else whether you or anyone else feel it's worth it or not and I would at least like offer where there supposed to be, which is at least 10 percent less than the buy it now or a message to negotiate as to why they feel I should lower my price and nobody has done that for any of my listings or seems to even consider it.