By Angela Prasad
The OptiPlex GX520 and GX620 provide customers with more flexibility to deploy systems based on specific needs.
Dell has enhanced the deployment of flexibility, performance and reliability of its OptiPlex computers. The OptiPlex GX520 and GX620 provide customers with more flexibility to deploy systems based on specific needs.
Customers can choose from seven chassis between the two products, including mini-tower, desktop, small and ultra small (GX620) form factors that offer expandability options. To make deployments easy and cost effective, the systems share a single software image across all chassis.
The new small form factor chassis can be installed behind a flat-panel monitor for an “all-in-one” zero-footprint system that maximises desk space. The computers also address the needs of the mainstream performance user who requires essential, relevant technology for productivity applications.
The system is based on the Intel 945G chipset designed to deliver enhanced performance with new 64-bit processors, graphics media accelerator 950 and execute disable bit (XD). The GMA 950 provides an enhanced visual experience through a 90% performance improvement over previous graphics solutions. The new graphics capabilities enable future support for Microsoft’s “Longhorn” operating system scheduled for release in 2006.