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    Default The New Dell XPS Studio 435 with Up To 24 GB RAM


    Within the range XPS Studio, which features come with Intel Core i7, the American manufacturer has launched a new model, the Dell XPS Studio 435, which allows exceptional performance, extending almost to its technological limit.

    And thanks to its six DIMM slots for memory modules may be incorporated up to 24 GB of RAM, and three slots for hard drives provides a storage capacity of up to 4.5 TB. Much more probably, than most of us need.


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    As for the processor, the Dell XPS Studio 435 can choose up to Intel Core i7 965 Extreme Edition running at 3.2 GHz with a bus frequency of 1066 MHz and an 8 MB cache. In the graphics card, the option that offers more performance is an ATI Radeon HD4870 with 1 GB of RAM. It has HDMI output and an infrared receiver to control it with a remote control.

    Among the optional features, it offers the possibility to integrate an optical drive for Blu-ray, an internal Wi-Fi compatible with 802.11n, a TV tuner and a sound card Creative PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi. The power supply provides 475 watts to provide power to all of these benefits.

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    Hello, good ... Too bad the plot ... I could put a nvidia 295 or a table cx So if a machine that would "Brutal"

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    It seems that a source of 475W is sufficient, that is good is not it falls short? Between the processor and the graphic is a snack, and even more if we use many disks.

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    Meik is right, any assembler ATI recommends a 500W minimum for HD4870. Although the source of the 12V rail amperage is good enough to leave a good margin in case an "accident."

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    24Gb outrage that, what must be done to rule hearing.

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    Yes, 475W is clearly falls short ... Rare because Dell usually have quite realistic settings (or more customizable, but it sounds to me that the source is not something you can change).

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    With 475W is enough for any current PC. The problem is that there is usually cheaper sources amperage is very unstable, but with 600W amp and an appropriate and stable, could be a crossfire without any problems.

    PS: The Dell XPS 430 have a 3870x2 and the source is 425W.

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    What happens is that Dell makes watts of sources based on the capacity that can provide a continuous, rather than the peak that can reach, which is as shown in the standard sources. So the 475 will be equivalent to a 600 or so.

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    When a Mac has a i7 and 24 gb of ram at the price that Dell sells PCs let me know. I know that the XPS veneers are compared with other Dell models but the quality / price of Apple does not even the sole of the shoe with Dell.

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    That crazy, Who needs 24 GB of RAM? and that is "up", not included, but that figure is 100% Marketing, today with 4 Gb is more than enough for even the most powerful gaming market, with 8 Gb and you stay quiet for rioja have to come, but 24 Gb, I can not think that is for the market to which it is assumed, this computer is intended.

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