The Dell Optiplex GX620 is a small desktop computer for individual users who are on a budget. It runs Windows XP and is available in a variety of customisations to suit various performance needs. You can use it for surfing the Internet, editing documents or watching videos.
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Optiplex's GX620 desktops utilise the Intel line of processors. The top-performing models include the Intel Pentium D series with Dual Core Technology, operating at a speed of 3.2 GHz on an 800MHz front-side bus. It is optimal for individuals who need multitasking capabilities. Those who only need basic computing tasks, such as word processing, will be comfortable with the budget-saving Intel Celeron D, operating at 2.8 GHz with a 533MHz front-side bus.
The GX620 has four 533MHz slots to hold a maximum of 4 GB in dual-channel configuration. Business individuals who operate multiple Office applications at once -- such as Excel, Access and Word -- will require more memory, but 1 GB is suitable for office users.
The hard drive stores data, such as the operating system, programs, music, videos and pictures. The GX620 has a maximum capacity of 250 GB, which is more than enough to handle the average user's requirements.
The 256 MB ATI Radeon X600 dedicated video card in the PCI Express x16 slot provides support for both DVI and VGA monitors for graphic-intense games and applications. It also supports dual monitors. Alternatively, the integrated Intel Media Accelerator 950 can be used for the shared memory option.
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