So you need a new desktop computer but you don’t have a lot of money. This sounds like just about every person out there, and there is still hope for everyone. There are cheap computers out there that can function quite well, allowing you to do things such as research, internet access, gaming and school work. And cheap means you are going to save money without having to have some trashy machine that crashes on you every few minutes. The Dell computer company has been making computers now for a long time and while they may not be the first name that pops into a person’s head when they think of computers they do have cheap Dell desktop computers under $300.

The Dell Inspiron 1660s is a cheap little desktop computer just under the $300 range that has a great operating system for gaming. It can play several different games without causing any issues that to the Intel G645 processor. It runs on the Windows 8 operating system so all of your needs will be current. This computer is built with a 500 GB hard drive and comes with a 4 GB RAM.

The Dell GX620 SFF desktop computer, comes with a powerful Intel 2.8GHz processor. Equipped with a super-fast 2GB Interlaced DDR2 Memory, VGA onboard video, a fast 80GB SATA hard drive, a DVD/CDRW that will let you burn CD’s and play DVD’s. The video is crystal clear allowing all of your images to be seen with each and is loaded with Windows XP Professional for all your business needs.

For a stronger system that has been refurbished the Dell OptiPlex 320 might be the system you are looking for. It comes equipped with a Dual Core 2.0GHz processor and is loaded with Windows 7 Home Premium. While this portion you might want to upgrade the rest of the computer runs smooth with a 2 GB DDR2 memory and a 250 GB hard drive. While this seems small compared to other computers, running at only $150 allows you to upgrade some of these features and still keep your price under the $300 range.

New or used there are always ways to find a good desktop computer without having to shell out a lot of cash in the process. Get your work done without losing any sleep in the process over how you will afford anything.