The Dell XPS 630i desktop computer is designed as a high-spec gaming machine. XPS stands for Xtreme Performance System. It's a high-performance computer made with high-end parts that result in top-of-the-line specifications. This means that it is also at the top end of the price range.
The XPS 630i comes shipped with one of three processors, depending on user requirements: the Intel Core 2 Duo, the Intel Core 2 Quad or the Intel Core 2 Extreme (available as either a dual- or quad-core version). These all use a cache of at least 1MB to make a temporary copy of small amounts of data to speed up data recall during calculations, and have a front-side bus speed of either 1066MHz or 1333 MHz.
The XPS 630i uses four DDR2 memory sockets and comes with 2 gigabytes of DDR2 SDRAM, although a maximum of 8GB can be supported. Bus speeds of 800MHz and 667MHz are supported, as is scalable link interface (SLI) memory.
The XPS 630i uses a high-end ATI Radeon HD 4670 graphics card. The GPU (graphics processing unit) has a speed of 1GHz and uses 512MB of DDR2 RAM. This is housed in the nVIDIA nForce 650i SLI chipset on the motherboard.
The machine has two 124-pin, 32-bit PCI slots with a bus speed of 33 MHz; one 36-pin PCI Express slot with a bidirectional bus speed of 2.5GB per second; one PCI Express slot with a 98-pin connector, and two PCI Express slots with 164-pin connectors. There are also one IDE, four SATA and three fan connections.
The XPS 630i measures 7.7 inches wide, 22 inches deep, and 19.2 inches in height.
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