Dell OptiPlex 7070

Dell OptiPlex 7070 Overview of the New Tower, Micro, and Ultra Designs and What to Expect from Them

Dell OptiPlex computers are always sustainably built and MIL-STD tested, and this is no different. It’s available in different sizes (including “Micro” and “Ultra”) and no matter which one you choose, you can expect a durable machine that will last for a long time. They are also built responsibly, as many of the materials are post-consumer recycled plastics. The Dell OptiPlex 7070 comes with a chassis intrusion switch and lockable cable covers.

The Ultra version is so tiny that it can fit into a monitor stand or clip on to the back of a monitor via a VESA mount. It’s a good option if you want an all-in-one setup and already have the perfect monitor. The Ultra only ways 1.16-lbs and the Micro version weighs 2.6-lbs. There is also a regular sized tower that weighs around 17.49-lbs.

The Micro can come with an Intel Core i3 or i7 processor, whereas the Ultra can be ordered with either an i3 or an i5 processor. The larger tower has room for more expansion, but the smaller models still come with good configurations anyway. With all versions, there are no compromises with accessories, as there is good variety of USB ports and other slots.

Here is a quick overview of the specs each version comes with:

Dell OptiPlex 7070 New Tower

• Processor: Intel Core i7 – i9
• 8GB – 16GB DDR4 / 2666-MHz / UDIMM Non-ECC
• 3.5-inch 500-GB SATA hard disk drive 7200-RPM / M.2 PCe NVMe Class-40 SSD 256GB
• Windows 10 Pro OS (64-bit English)
• Graphics: integrated Intel with support for AMD Radeon R5 430 (2GB)

New Micro 7070

• Processor: Intel Core i3 or i7
• Memory: 8GB DDR4 2666-Mhz / non-ECC
• Hard drive: 2.5-inch 500 GB SATA 7200-RPM with support for PCe NVMe Class-40
• Graphics: Intel integrated

Ultra 7070

• Processor: Intel Core i3 or i5
• Memory: 4GB or 8GB DDR4 2666-MHz / Non-ECC
• Storage: 2.5-inch 500GB SATA 7200-RPM HDD with support for PCIe NVMe Class 35
• Graphics: Intel integrated

The smaller models come with more cooling grilles around the power button since all of the components are packed so tightly together. Also, this is the reason why the Ultra uses lower-powered CPUs so that there won’t be as much heat generated. You can still choose between dual-core or quad-core Intel Core i3 or i5.

Now that you know what to expect with all three versions of the Dell OptiPlex 7070, you can start shopping online and checking out some Dell deals and coupons.