Gateway DX310X review: Gateway DX310X

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Dell Dimension E510
Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 SP2; 3.0GHz Intel Pentium 4 531; Intel 945G chipset; 512MB DDR2 SDRAM 400MHz; 128MB ATI Radeon X300 SE (PCIe); Maxtor 6L160M0 160GB 7,200rpm Serial ATA

eMachines T6532
Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 SP2; 2.2GHz AMD Athlon 64 3500+; Nvidia Nforce 4 chipset; 1,024MB DDR SDRAM 400MHz; integrated Nvidia GeForce 6100 graphics chip using 256MB shared memory; Western Digital WD2000BB-22GUCO, 200GB 7,200rpm ATA/100

Gateway DX310X
Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005; 3.00GHz Pentium D 930; Intel 945G chipset; 1,024MB DDR2 SDRAM 533MHz; 128MB Nvidia GeForce 6600 PCIe; Seagate ST3250823AS 260GB 7,200rpm SATA

HP Pavilion Media Center TV m7360n
Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005; 2.8GHz Intel Pentium D 920; Intel 945G chipset; 2,048MB DDR2 SDRAM 533MHz; 256MB Nvidia GeForce 6200SE (PCIe); Maxtor 300GB 7,200rpm SATA

iBuyPower Value Ultra System
Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 SP2; 2.2GHz AMD Athlon 64 3500+; Nvidia Nforce 4 chipset; 1,024MB DDR SDRAM 400MHz; 256MB Nvidia GeForce 7600GT PCIe; Western Digital WD2000JS-00PDB0 200GB 7,200rpm SATA

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    Gateway DX310X

    Part Number: dx310x Released: Apr. 25, 2006

    This product is available directly from the manufacturer's Web site.

    Quick Specifications See All

    • Release date Apr. 25, 2006
    • Environmental standards EPA Energy Star
    • Graphics Processor ATI Radeon Xpress 200 shared video memory (UMA)
    • OS Provided Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
    • CPU Intel Pentium D 930 / 3 GHz
    • Monitor Type Gateway FPD1765 - LCD
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