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Dell XPS/Dimension XPS Gen 4 ATI Radeon X850 XT Graphics Driver

Once the case is open, the first thing you'll notice is an enormous green shroud covering the dual-core processor's heat sink, which is four inches tall and rises off the motherboard like a miniature skyscraper. The shroud directs airflow to the processor from one of three case fans, and a second shroud covers the hard drive bays. Two additional fans cool the watt power supply, which is housed in a separate chamber at the base of the system.


Despite having all these fans churning away, the XPS Gen 5 is remarkably quiet. Noise reduction is always welcome, but we can't recommend that you install this massive case in your living room.

There's room for two more hard drives and one additional optical drive, Dell XPS/Dimension XPS Gen 4 ATI Radeon X850 XT Graphics you also get an assortment of available expansion slots, including a PCI slot, an x1 PCI Express PCIe slot, and an x4 PCIe slot although the kind of card you'd put in the latter two remains unknown. Two of the four memory banks are also available. The new flagship of Intel's desktop CPUs, the 3.

The immediate benefit of dual-core technology for gamers is negligible, but media buffs will appreciate the processor's ability to efficiently and simultaneously run two or more multimedia applications--burning DVDs, recording TV programs, editing video, and such.


Multitaskers in general will benefit from dual core as well, and who doesn't multitask these days? With dual-core and Hyper-Threading technologies, the Pentium Extreme Edition has two physical execution units and two logical units, for a total of four independent threads. That means your system won't begin to drag if you have lots of windows running at once.

This multitasking prowess might explain why Dell has transformed the once gaming-exclusive XPS line into a gaming and home-entertainment system. Another exciting fact about Intel's new dual-core CPU: Dell hasn't exactly embraced this functionality as much as vendors like Velocity Micro, who sell their systems overclocked, but Dell at least acknowledges the possibility.

Included software in the BIOS lets you jack up the chip to 3. Thankfully, Dell's warranty will cover clock-speed tinkering. We've seen systems with the same chip overclocked to 4.

Upgrading old Dell XPS Gen 5 with a Radeon ? - Graphics Cards

As always with overclocking, you'll want to be careful and move in small steps. If the system becomes unstable due to your tinkering, Dell's tech support is familiar enough with the procedure to talk you back down to your original settings. The memory is plenty for performance, but Dell XPS/Dimension XPS Gen 4 ATI Radeon X850 XT Graphics speed junkies know that you want a 10,rpm hard disk as your primary drive, with a larger-capacity 7,rpm drive or two for data storage.

There's space for an extra 3 drives in the caddy to the right, so expandability is more than adequate. Dell's cable routing is an exercise in simplicity and efficiency.

There's ample room at the top, due, in part, from relocating the PSU at the very bottom. Note the huge cooling apparatus; it's kind of hard to miss it.

Looking at it from a different direction, you can see just how large the heatpipe-driven cooler is. The supporting core-logic, a Dell-branded Intel iX chipset, is more no-frills than deluxe.

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The large green shroud houses a couple of 80mm fans that draw warm air away from the cooler and exhaust it through the vents at the back. The end result is a system that's very easy on the ears. Good engineering from Dell.

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