Review: Dell Precision 380 Workstation17 May, 2006 By: Ron LaFon
System delivers solid performance and expandability at a good price
Dell's Precision 380 workstation is based on an Intel Pentium 4 670 microprocessor that runs at 3.80GHz and features a 2MB L2 cache. The supporting chipset for the tested system is the Intel 955X chipset. The system includes 2GB of DDR2 533MHz 4-4-4 Dual Rank ECC RAM (out of a total possible of 8GB) and a 160GB SATA 7200rpm hard drive with DataBurst cache. Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2 came preinstalled -- the system is also available with Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and Linux. Read more >>p>
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