Dell Inspiron Desktop 5680 Gaming PC – Hands On Review



With all the options available when shopping for a budget gaming PC, it’s tough to know what’s the best. Should you build, or should you buy? What kind of upgrading can you do?

Starting at just $600, The Dell Inspiron 5680 is for us the best budget gaming PC you can buy. With available Intel Core i7 processors, Nvidia GTX 1050 GPU, and SSD options, this gaming PC hits respectable frame rates at high detail settings.

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12 Comments on “Dell Inspiron Desktop 5680 Gaming PC – Hands On Review”

  1. At least it’s not a 5.4k rpm drive like Apple still sometimes sells. The base model Mac Mini had poor specs in 2014. Four years later, at $500, it’s a form of robbery.

  2. Is there a way to turn off the blue light in the Dell logo on the front of the case???? I can't seem to find an answer.

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