Specifications for an HP Compaq D330 Desktop PC With Intel

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Specifications for an HP Compaq D330 Desktop PC With Intel
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All computers in the Hewlett Packard Compaq D330 series of computers use some form of Intel processors and chipsets to operate them. These computers were designed as business machines with emphasis placed on processor power and hard drive storage over other features like random access memory and video cards, which would be more beneficial to those looking for a computer to play games on.

The Processor

The HP Compaq D330 using an Intel Pentium 4 processor has a 533 megahertz front-side bus with a 512 kilobyte L2 cache. Processor speed for the Pentium 4 varies between 2.4-3.06 gigahertz depending on the exact D330 model used. Of these models only the 3.06GHz processor uses hyperthread technology. The chipset for the desktop computer series is an Intel 865G.

Memory and Storage

Maximum random access memory for the HP Compaq D330 series is four gigabytes. According to Hewlett Packard's website, 256MB of RAM is standard on most models. The computer has one internal drive bay with the option for adding two external 3.5 inch and 5.25 inch drive bays. Six USB ports are installed on all HP computers in this series with two in the front of the tower and four at the rear. Optical storage for the D330 series varies between CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD-ROM or a combination of the optical drive types. Hard drive space varies between 40GB-160GB.

Operating Systems

The HP Compaq D330 series uses any of the following operating systems out of the box: Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 1, Windows XP Home SP1, Windows 2000 SP3, Windows XP Professional SP1a, Windows XP Home SP1a, Windows 2000 SP4 and Turbolinux 7.0. The power supply for computers across the board in this series is a 185 watt passive PFC with a user selectable volt setting of 115 or 230.

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