A noob on a budget

Discussion in 'Dell' started by Kinarz, Aug 12, 2017.

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  1. TheRealJohnp

    TheRealJohnp Notebook Enthusiast

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    Ahh, If you can... buy directly from Dell and ask about coupons/studentsdeals/anything. Dell is usually good at giving discount.
     
  2. MLO

    MLO Notebook Enthusiast

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    I found with dell canada the model I wanted went on sale every few weeks though it would also disappear from the site altogether every few weeks and it would also be sold at full price for a bit too
     
  3. Kinarz

    Kinarz Notebook Enthusiast

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    They don't sell directly in my country only through retailers.
     
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    Ahhhhh. that would explain it. Go ask the retailers in your area the price and if they can do any better...shop around.
     
  5. Kinarz

    Kinarz Notebook Enthusiast

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    I did that. It was hard to even find what I wanted but in the end I successfully bought it
     
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    congrats...what notebook did you get???
     
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    Kinarz Notebook Enthusiast

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    Dell inspiron 7567 ,i5 ,gtx 1050 , 4 gb RAM for approx 900 usd

    Edit: Also I was wondering is anything I should check for or watch out for and, if any ,maintenance should be done after this. Would appreciate it if you could tell me.
     
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    I don't think so. Sounds like a great system. You can always add SSD, and Ram down the road...if you want storage space and a little more speed a firecuda SSHD is a killer drive. I have one and 16gb of ram in my 13 5000, and it made a very noticeable difference!
     
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    I found disabling non-required programs in startup helped
     
  10. kojack

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    Ok. I have to look into that! See whats there!
     
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