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DELL XPS 700 JET BLACK NVIDIA GEFORCE GRAPHICS DRIVER
Also, we aren't in love with the plastic hardware on the front panel. The drive bay and the expansion-slot doors feel flimsy.
They're recessed slightly from the front of the case, so it's unlikely that you'd accidentally knock them off if they were open, but they don't feel very solid on their hinges. More annoying is the power button.
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It's a tiny little nub that's hard to push, and even somewhat painful to press long enough to power down the system. And with no reset button, nor a power-supply kill switch, the annoying power nub is your only option for a hard shutdown, short of yanking the power cable entirely.
You can still order those models--at significant savings--but we highly recommend that you don't, because Intel's new Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Extreme chips are far superior. Along with the chip, there's a fairly typical array of high-end hardware. Right now, that's about as good as it gets. If you've read this far, you might be wondering about Quad SLI.
Nvidia is holding things up on that end; its Quad drivers are still in development and aren't expected until the end of the summer. The keyboard has chiclet-style keys that offer good key travel and a comfortable typing feel, while the mouse has an ambidextrous design that will appeal to lefties. On top of the tower is a recessed tray for setting a smartphone, external hard drive, Dell XPS 700 Jet Black NVIDIA GeForce Graphics other device, and two additional USB 2.
Opening up the tower requires a screwdriver, but once you've removed the side panel you'll find the XPS Special Edition equipped with a 2TB, 7,rpm hard drive and 32GB solid-state drive SSD cache for faster performance. Meanwhile, the rest of the body is fashioned from a plastic painted in semi-glossy Dell XPS 700 Jet Black NVIDIA GeForce Graphics with a band of ribbed texture towards the back of the PC case. Measuring in at 7.
Normally on a custom-built PC, this space would have been reserved for a large air cooler. However, thanks to the mid-powered and efficient Coffee Lake processor, Dell could get away with a low-profile CPU fan. With all these parts so close to each other, you might think things get toasty inside this miniature PC, but Dell has done an impressive job of optimizing air flow.
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A front fan pulls in fresh air while both the inward facing power supply and top-mounted fan exhaust heat. The GPU is left to its own devices, pulling cool air from the slits cut into the side panel, but it keeps surprisingly cool and quiet even under heavy loads.
View full Dell XPS specs on CNET. Dell XPS (Intel Core 2 Extreme X).
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Part Number: Graphics Processor. NVIDIA GeForce GTX x 2 (SLI). The Bottom Line Dell's XPS high-end desktop lives up to our back panels (it's also available in black) give the XPS case a fighter-jet feel. and an Nvidia GeForce GX2 graphics card--far and away, the best.