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Sephirias

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#1 12 years ago

Heya All I've Just Got My New Computer, I Havent Used It Yet Because I Havent Set Up My Desk, Heres The Stats :) :

Os: Windows Xp Media Center Edition 2005

Processor:Processor Upto Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with HT Technology (up to 3.20GHz, 2MB cache, 800MHz FSB), Intel® Celeron® processors and Intel® 915GV Chipset

Memory Up to 2048MB 400MHz Dual Channel memory I Have 1100Mb Graphics Integrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator GMA 900 Specifications - Graphics Storage Up to 1000 GB6 internal storage NOTE: this is only going from the Dell.co.uk website.. i do not actually know the full specifications as yet... but in a few hours i'll post again telling the full story :nodding:

Au Revoir... Merry Christmas All

*Ahh.. i've got the Technical stuff off Dell now :)

[COLOR="Red"]Processor and Chipset Up to Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with HT Technology 640 (3.20GHz, 2MB cache, 800MHz FSB). Intel® Celeron® D Processor 346 (3.06GHz, 256k cache, 533MHz FSB).

Operating System Genuine Windows® XP Home Edition Genuine Windows® XP Professional Genuine Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005

Memory 256MB 400Mhz DDR2 Dual Channel memory Available memory configurations are 256MB, 512MB, 1024MB and 2048MB 2 DIMM sockets

Drive Bays External: Two 5.25" and one 3.5" Internal: Two 3.5-inch (for SATA only HDDs)

I/O Ports and Connectors Externally accessible 6 USB 2.0 ports (Four rear ports and two front ports) 1 RJ45 Ethernet port 1 Video: 15-hole connector

Sound card connectors (1 line-in, 1 line-out and microphone, one front panel connector for headphones)

Internally accessible Primary IDE drive: 40-pin connector on PCI local bus Serial ATA: Two 7-pin connectors FlexBay drive: USB 10-pin header for optional floppy drive or Media Card Reader (3.5" bay devices) PCI 2.3: 120-pin connector PCI Express x1: 36-pin connector CD drive audio interface: 4-pin connector Fan: One 5-pin connector

Slots 2 PCI slots One PCIe x1

Chassis Mini-tower with cooling fans for power supply at the rear of chassis. Dimensions: 411mm (height) x 187mm (width) x 438mm (depth) Weight: From 14.3 kg, depending on options selected.

Power 230 watt power supply Fixed-voltage power supply - 220 V at 50/60 Hz Manual selection and auto-sensing power supplies - 90 to 135 V at 50/60 Hz Heat Dissipation: 434.6 BTU/hour Backup Battery: 3- V CR2032 lithium coin cell [/COLOR]

[COLOR="black"]now what i'm after is maybe an 400gb external Hard drive for all my music photos and games ;)[/COLOR]




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#2 12 years ago

Games on that... a intergrated gpu :| You really should have asked us before you bought it. Oh well lifes a bit*h

IN FUTURE REMEMBER THIS... NEVER BUY A DELL




Chandu

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#3 12 years ago

that was one hell of a description man. Enjoy your new PC.




Sephirias

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#4 12 years ago

I never bought it my mum nd dad did...




Chandu

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#5 12 years ago

That shouldnt stop you from usnig it and having fun with it, I would imagine :)




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#6 12 years ago

congrats, its probably a whole lot better than your old one :D

you might be able to fit a graphics card in there if you feel the need, just check the output of the power supply to see what it can handle


Thinking about it.



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#7 12 years ago

Most Dells have a free AGP or PCIe slot in them, like mine when I got one 2 years ago. Your PC is awesome by the way, just get a new video card.




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#8 12 years ago

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Slots 2 PCI slots One PCIe x1

They the only slots in it? Err... you might find it hard to get a graphics that suits it for the right performance/value pricing.... PCIe x1.... sounds scary, doesn't it have a PCIe x16 slot? [/COLOR]

errrrrr the red on this new skin hurts the eye >.




Dæmon

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#9 12 years ago

Beaŗděd-Øne[COLOR=Red]

They the only slots in it? Err... you might find it hard to get a graphics that suits it for the right performance/value pricing.... PCIe x1.... sounds scary, doesn't it have a PCIe x16 slot? [/COLOR]

errrrrr the red on this new skin hurts the eye >.<

I think I've got 2 PCI-E X1 slots on my pc. No idea what they're fopr though :p

256MB Ram? =\ Integrated Graphics?

I guess this one isnt for gaming, but good luck with it anyway.




Chandu

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#10 12 years ago

This PC looks like meant for a casual gamer more for browsing the internet, listening to music etc. I would imagine games such as Quake 3 would work decently well on it. So yeah...