Bring a Dragon to Your Next Raid with the Dell XPS 625





Thursday January 08, 2009


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Bring a Dragon to Your Next Raid with the Dell XPS 625

2009 International CES


Starting Price of $999 Includes Overclocking Capabilities, Expandability And Extreme Gaming Components

Combines AMD Multi-core Black Edition Processors with ATI Radeon HD Graphics

Tweak Game Performance with AMD Fusion for Gaming Utility and AMD OverDrive Software

Dell delivers extreme gaming power at an extreme value with the launch of the Dell XPS 625 desktop, featuring support for AMD platform technology, codenamed “Dragon.” The Dell XPS 625 desktop will be available today on starting at $999.

The Dell XPS 625 gaming desktop is powered by AMD Multi-core Black Edition processors (unlocked) and high-performance ATI Radeon™ HD graphics, all overclockable1 through AMD performance tuning software.2

For power users who want to turn the dial up to 11, the XPS 625 can be configured with:

AMD Dragon platform technology, including the 3.0GHz AMD Phenom™ II X4 940 Black Edition processor combined with dual ATI CrossFireX™ technology-enabled ATI Radeon™ HD 4850 graphics cards, 8GB3 of memory4 with a 64-bit edition of Windows Vista® plus 10,000 RPM hard drive options for faster startups, faster data retrieval and shorter wait times.

The XPS 625 features a brushed aluminum chassis with a choice of either black or red accents, plus the AlienFX® customizable lighting system.

The XPS 625 delivers an immersive gaming experience featuring:

  • Support for Dragon platform technology from AMD featuring the new AMD Phenom™ II X4 Black Edition processor.

  • Choice of single card or ATI CrossFireX™ technology configurations.

  • AMD Fusion for Gaming utility5 to help improve game performance at the touch of a button.

  • AMD OverDrive™ utility2 to help make it easier to overclock the processor for extra performance headroom.1

  • Maximum expandability with a 750W power supply, four hard drive bays and an easily accessible ATX chassis.

  • Customizable lights with AlienFX® multi-zone RGB lighting.

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Offers subject to change, not combinable with all other offers. Taxes, shipping, handling and other fees apply.

1 Dell warrants the full functionality of system at factory settings. Overclocking beyond factory settings may cause system instability and reduce the operating life of system components. Dell does not provide technical support for any hardware or software issues arising from any third party application, such as AMD OverDrive™, used to enable overclocking.

2 AMD warranty does not cover damage done by overclocking, even when using AMD OverDrive™ software

3 Systems with 4GB Memory or More: Up to 1GB may not be available with 32-bit operating systems due to system resource requirements.

4 Significant system memory may be used to support graphics, depending on system memory size and other factors.

5 This utility may disable security/antivirus software, or adversely affect your system. Review accompanying documentation carefully before installing.





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