OptiPlex is a range of desktop computers by Dell, especially aimed at corporate, government and education markets. There are various styles of the Dell OptiPlex including the 3060, 5060 and 7060 and before purchasing one; you may want to find out the similarities and differences between them all.
Similarities amongst the models:
Between all three models including the OptiPlex 3060, 5060 and 7060 there are many similarities. These include:
- All styles are offered to you either in small form factor, micro chassis or mid-tower
- Devices support the 8th generation Intel CPUs
- Do not support memory
- Do not support SLI video
- Supports HDMI 1.4
Differences between the OptiPlex 3060, 5060 and 7060:
There are not many differences between all three models, however, the most noticeable differences include:
- The 3060 uses somewhat less capable Intel H370 chipset, whereas both the 5060 and 7060 use the Intel Q370 chipset. This is a difference between the 3060 line compared to the 5060 and 7060.
- This next difference is also the 3060 compared to both the 5060 and 7060. The Dell OptiPlex 3060 only has one HDMI head. Due to this, you are unfortunately unable to get three display port heads on the 3060, on the other hand on the 5060 or 7060 three display head ports is not a problem.
To conclude, here at ITC Sales we believe that there is not much different between the 5060 and the 7060 models. However, there is a massive difference compared to the 3060.
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