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In addition to making the computer case smaller, it reduces the amount of heat generated inside, leading to a cooler, quieter PC. The tidiness of the internals has immediate impact. A plastic duct sits over the top to control the flow.
Together with the hard disk and memory, this is all you can change: there are no PCI slots to take expansion cards. Different sections within your organisation, even different individuals, have their own requirements when it comes to PCs, yet choosing several different models rapidly increases support costs.
Dell is the first manufacturer to rise to the challenge, with its OptiPlex GX range designed to satisfy diversity by offering different chassis and specifications, but with a common architecture and hard-disk image that will work across all models. Here we review the entire GX series, so you can see how they stack up against each other.
We also mention the OptiPlex GX range. No samples were available for review, but it forms part of the same family and the two ranges have many similarities. Combining both series gives you four chassis and seven basic models to choose from, with image and BIOS compatibility throughout. The GX devices, with their bigger designation number, are the high achievers of the family. The difference, says Dell, is that the GXs are for deployment as mainstream PCs, with perhaps a three-year lifespan before disposal, whereas the GXs, with more complex motherboards higher specifications and better upgrade possibilities, are destined for more demanding environments and longer deployment.
This device helps to block hackers by providing hardware network authentication. The key element that ties all the models together is the Intel Express chipset.
Besides performance advantages and new features, its newness makes it a good choice for longevity across a progressive rollout. Dell says it will offer the platforms for about 15 months.
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