Conclusion: Dell cranks it up to 11 with its latest, the XPS 710 H2C. The H2C stands for "hot to cold," which cools the overclocked Core 2 Extreme processor more intelligently than previous cooling solutions.
Pros: Massive Windows XP gaming performance. Overclocked quad-core performance for everything else. Quick 10,000-rpm drives for multimedia tasks. Quiet, once the system boots up. Unique styling. Intelligent port covers. Included 15-month Internet Security subscription.
Cons: Takes up a lot of desk or floor space. Pricey. Vista gaming performance lags behind Win XP's (stay tuned for driver updates). Could use a digital media card reader and windowed case. Love-it-or-hate-it styling.
Conclusion: There’s a lot to like about Dell’s XPS 710 gaming system. Obviously it’s got powerful system components like Intel’s Core 2 Extreme QX6700, and sports dual NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GX2 cards for graphics.
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Excerpt: De Ferrari is een van de meest begeerde auto's. Dell probeert eenzelfde aureool te creëren met zijn XPS-modelreeks. Het topmodel uit de reeks is de gloednieuwe XPS 710 H2C, een computer die op alle denkbare fronten grenst aan het ultieme.