Updating a dell optiplex gx1 bios
The next best /easiest upgrade would be to add an external USB 3.0 drive and let the stock M.2 drive be the Windows drive with nothing else (you can set Windows to use the external drive as the default "Documents" folder drive, for instance).slots for RAM and so is ready to accept an upgrade without having to ditch the stock memory.Dell only began taking orders on the 3050 a couple of days ago - even before the Dell support website offered drivers or documentation on the machine.Unfortunately Dell's marketing and sales page information doesn't include anything about the system's internals other than the included CPU, packaged RAM, SSD size and type of wireless networking.The 3050 is either cited as a cost-effective alternative to the 0 HP Pavilion Mini or as a beefier version of the 0 HP Stream Mini. Where HP has divided a system into two distinct models, Dell has opted for a single model with two different levels of CPUs.It is not enough to compare the Dell to either the Stream Mini or the Pavillion Mini." Read on for the answers and even a few breakdown photos...Dell Inspiron 3050 Micro versus HP Stream Mini / Pavilion Mini Many initial reports have incorrectly compared the Dell 3050 to HP's "Mini" offerings. The 3050 is offered with a wider range of configurations than either the HP Stream Mini or Pavillion Mini.
Such cards can use either SATA or a faster PCIe connection for communication.I do have an opinion on which system, Dell or HP, offers the most bang for the buck but I'll save that for the end.For now, let's take a look at the inside of the 3050.The low end configuration option of the Inspiron 3050 is clearly trying to compete with the (also non-VESA-mount) HP Stream Mini's 0 price tag so every dollar counts.
Ok, we've only really looked at the Dell Inspiron 3050 Micro and really not even talked about performance.
In other words, there is no information related to options for end-user upgrades.