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Dell's XPS 625 and 630 now provide a liquid-cooling option

Written by IT News on 8:29 PM

Round Rock, Texas-based Dell is known for its wide range of computer systems, the user a choice for a mainstream, gambling or entering your computer. What game is the XPS line of computers is on a high performance, but in a package that not necessarily all that expensive. This applies Dell XPS 625 and 630 desktop gaming platforms for gaming enthusiasts with high performance at a price tag starting at around $1000 in this sense; the PC manufacturer has recently decided to offer its customers a new option, especially for those who like playing with the performance of the system.

Dell released this year, XPS 625 and 630 desktop platforms, primarily to the performance requirements of computer gaming enthusiasts. The cheaper XPS 625 is based on an AMD platform and offers support for the latest 45nm Phenom X4-II processors, 8 GB of DDR memory and ATI Radeon graphics. The XPS 630 is more expensive, with Intel technology and supports Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad processors, up to 8GB of DDR2 and NVIDIA or ATI graphics card.

According to the product page on the website of Dell, the XPS 625 and higher performance XPS 630 is a Featured liquid cooling system, designed by Asetek. The alternative would be easy for overclocking fans but also by those who like the owner of a very cool computer. This is because Liquid cooling solution, users can take advantage of a quiet computing experience.

But as with most voluntary to a Dell system, Asetek, chilling is not exactly cheap. When you are finished, and want to add an additional $120 because the price of $899 and $1099, the XPS 625 and XPS 630 with liquid cooling can really thank you.

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