[Request] Refurbished Dell XPS 625 Tags: Prebuilt Dell Studio Xps World Of Warcraft Systems Last response: May 25, 2012 12:25 PM in Systems Share ajcurran94 May 25, 2012 9:03:53 AM Alright, so I'm on a budget. I want to try and find a refurbished XPS 625. My friend has one, and it can still run World of Warcraft on max settings at 1080p with an average of 70fps. I'll also be using it to do minor photo and video editing. I'll be rendering in 720p. More about : request refurbished dell xps 625 Wolfshadw May 25, 2012 12:25:09 PM Don't think you'll be able to find an XPS 625, but you can search around and see what's available: Dell Outlet Center. -Wolf sends m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Can't Re-install Windows 7 on Dell XPS 625 Forum Power Supply Replacement on Dell XPS 625 Forum Refurbished Dell XPS 17 Forum SolvedVista won't reinstall in XPS 625 Forum SolvedCan I change the mobo or processor in my xps 625 Forum Dell XPS 8500 - review of configuration requested (incl. graphics card selection) Forum SolvedIs this refurbished Dell Latitude 3540 worth it? (gaming laptop) Forum SolvedWould you buy a refurbished Dell u2410 Monitor from Amazon to match a U2711? Forum SolvedDell Inspiron 1501 newly installed refurbished system board problems. Forum Studio XPS vs XPS 625? Forum SolvedUpgrading Dell XPS 8300 -- Can I Do This? Forum SolvedIs a Dell XPS I5 cpu an 1150 socket like any other I5? Forum SolvedDell XPS 420 Upgrade Forum SolvedDell XPS 8500 Memory Upgrade Forum SolvedDell XPs 8700 GPU/PSU upgrade Forum SolvedDell Xps Studio 8300 Transfer Forum Solvedso I want to build my gaming computer because my Dell XPS 8500 is in no way to upgrade.. Forum SolvedLooking for a replacement radeon hd 4850 graphics card for a dell studio xps 435mt Forum SolvedGaming computer questions ; would a GTX 780 TI fit in my Dell XPS 8500? Forum SolvedEVGA GTX550TI 2GB vs GTX760 2GB in Dell XPS420 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !