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Dell launches XPS 430 tower with 6GB RAM

XPS 420 & 430 have advanced technology, massive expansion options and distinctive features that heighten the creative potential of multimedia aficionados and tech-savvy PC or gaming enthusiasts. Performance features include DDR3 memory on the XPS 430 (DDR2 on XPS 420), optional DellTM Media XceleratorTM , optional Adobe? Elements Studio, and support for HDTV, Blu-ray DiscTM , PCIe 2.0 graphics and Digital Cable.

Extreme Speed


Choose from advanced Intel? processors with the new X48 Express chipset on the XPS 430 (X38 on XPS 420), for state-of-the-art processing designed to drive your system and digital entertainment experience further and faster than ever before. Six PCI and PCIe 2.0 expansion slots add flexibility for the ultimate entertainment system.



Ultimate Windows Vista? Productivity


Genuine Microsoft Windows Vista? Home Premium (standard) or upgrade to Windows Vista Ultimate which offers a whole new way to manage your memories, your digital music and your life, all with enhanced security and a new 3D user-interface.

Four Star Entertainment

Turn your XPS 420 or 430 into a command center for Hi-def entertainment. Watch HDTV on your system with an optional TV tuner or surround yourself with Hi-def audio. Plus, with an optional Blu-ray DiscTM drive, you can enjoy amazing Hi-def movie quality and burn Blu-ray Discs that store up to 50GB of info.

Take your experience one step further by choosing a large, Dell UltraSharpTM widescreen display for killer visuals that are bright, crisp, clear, fast, and vibrant.



Premium Sound


For high-quality sound, choose the optional Bose? Companion? 3 Series II multimedia speaker system, which delivers striking clarity, depth, and stereo performance with added spaciousness and ambience not found in most conventional speaker systems.

Build Your Empire

Add cameras, PDAs, advanced graphics cards, wireless keyboards and mice ? the XPS XPS 420 and 430 is built ready to entertain.
  • 8 USB ports (2 front, 6 back) on XPS 420 to connect mobile devices and accessories.
  • 7 USB ports (2 front, 5 back) on the XPS 430 to connect mobile devices and accessories.
  • 1394 video transfer capability with front and back A/V ports for fast photo and video downloads.
  • 6 expansion slots (PCI and PCIe 2.0) support graphics and TV tuner cards for an enhanced entertainment experience.
  • Bluetooth? 2.0 to wirelessly connect keyboards, cameras, phones, mice and more.
  • eSATA port for connecting additional external storage.
  • S-Video and analog RCA outputs for your multimedia needs. (S-video on the XPS 430 dependent on graphics selection)

Enjoy First-Class Support


Superior service is standard with XPS products. DellTM XPSTM technicians pass rigorous XPS products-specific training, and support calls are normally answered in less than 2 minutes.
You can also count on the latest virus and spyware protection, 1 year of Dell DataSafeTM 2GB online backup and 24x7 phone and online support. In short, the ownership experience is just like the machine itself ? top of the line.
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Re: Dell launches XPS 430 tower with 6GB RAM

The update is unusually a half-step backwards for Dell and sees clock speeds and video options scale backwards in the starter $1,307 XPS 430 model, which carries a 2.33GHz Core 2 Quad (down from 2.4GHz) and a slower Radeon HD 3450 versus the 3650 of the XPS 420. Besides doubling the memory of the original system's 3GB, the new model also partly justifies its cost by moving up from a 500GB hard drive to a 640GB version.
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Re: Dell launches XPS 430 tower with 6GB RAM

A second factory-default system is available at $1,767 and adds a 22-inch SP2208WFP display along with a faster 2.5GHz Core 2 Quad and a 750GB hard drive. Expansion allows either of the systems to hold as much as 8GB of RAM as well as a quad-core 3GHz Core 2 Extreme, a Blu-ray burner and either a Radeon HD 4850 or 3870 X2 as a top-end graphics option. Orders taken today should start shipping by late November.
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