Dell OptiPlex 3240 AIO: Processor: Intel Core i5-6500 Processor (Quad Core, 6MB, 4 t, 3.2 GHz, 65W) Chipset: Intel® H110 graphic Chipset integrated Intel® HD Graphics 530 memory: 8 GB (1x8GB) 1600 MHz DDR3L hard drive: 1 TB 2.5 inch SATA 7200 RPM HD.

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    Hi ranasalman,

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    Dell OptiPlex 3240 AIO:

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    Hi ranasalman,

    I answered this question on your other post.

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    See this:

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    Replaced the motherboard with a purchased on eBay, and it works very well.

    In my quest continues for speed and "new and improved", and because it is now 11 years old, I am looking to replace my old hard drive.  Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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