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DELL XPS 710 NVIDIA CHIPSET DRIVER
Hi chaps, first posting in a forum so please forgive if there are any anomalies in what I am saying. I have an interest in gaming technology and all I have learnt I have learnt from good research.
The format for the motherboard is a BTX unlike the other common factor ATX and was made with belief that gamers would get better benchmarks all round with a new layout that see the RAM and PCI-e slots are better aligned with the processor. As with all new concepts I think this was ditched in favour of much improved Dell XPS 710 NVIDIA Chipset technology which in turn has helped keep the cost of our kit low. You can still get some BTX motherboards although you can spend less on a much better and more common form factor. In response to everettcronin's question, yes you will be able to run the card although if you wanted to add a second I would recommend getting the w PSU Dell XPS 710 NVIDIA Chipset is Dell ready with 4 power connectors for PCI-e cards.
Is there absolutely no way of overclocking these machines? It is still selected in BIOS just hasn't extended into the rest of the machine. This is the RAM, http: Nov 7,2: As far as I know, these do not permit overclocking - or access to selected other features - except eg if the PC was purchased as factory overclocked from Dell. There is no access to voltages, timings, etc. Historically, overclocking programs run from Windows will fail or just lock up the PC. Dell doesn't want you in BIOS in their machines. In that case I am at a dead end. My XPS is finished!
Dell XPS Specifications - Desktop PCs - Gaming PCs - PC World Australia
Twoboxer Nov 8, But personally I would not bother to go down that path. I build my Dell XPS 710 NVIDIA Chipset now, and I would recommend you do the same or buy from an assembler that uses specific, name brand, standard parts. The motherboard and cooling design are BTX -based, leaving relatively little opportunity for upgrading. That's a real shame for this case design.
Most users who want a robust case with lots of expansion options would want to drop in a new motherboard someday, for example, but there are few BTX motherboard options available. On the bright side, the BTX air cooler is an unusually beefy design that minimizes the risk of modest overclocking.
It's also pretty quiet. During our performance testing, the XPS exhibited Dell systems' usual well-mannered behavior. All benchmark tests ran without any hitches and without any odd behavior. The exception was certain games that seemed better behaved with Dell's CrossFire implementation.
Dell XPS 710 Motherboard and Video Card Compatable?
For example, the Half-Life 2 test ran on the Gateway at frames per second versus fps on the Dell at 2,by-1, resolution without antialiasing AA and anisotropic filtering AF. As expected, performance on some tests benefited from having four CPU cores. Media encoding and software 3D rendering were dramatically better. The XPS rendered the same scene in seconds. On Dell XPS 710 NVIDIA Chipset media encoding side, our E test system performed a Windows Media Encoder compression test in seconds; the XPS took 98 seconds. On the other hand, the quad-core system Dell XPS 710 NVIDIA Chipset little gain over a dual-core system on our SYSmark Office Productivity test.
View full Dell XPS specs on CNET.
Processor / Chipset. CPU. Intel Core 2 Extreme QX / GHz NVIDIA GeForce GX2.
Video Memory. Review: Dell updates their XPS system with an Intel quad-core CPU and ATI is a curious choice, as the motherboard uses an Nvidia chipset.