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Gateway 819

by meeah2005 / July 15, 2005 1:30 PM PDT

Hello. does anyone have this computer (Gateway 819 Media Center PC , Intel P4 3.2GHz, 512MB DDR, 250GB HDD, 17" CRT Screen) how does it run? do you have problems with it or is it a good computer?

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ok but....
by nerdyboy1234 / July 15, 2005 1:53 PM PDT
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i have a 820gm and look at..
by AKonny47 / July 15, 2005 2:02 PM PDT
In reply to: ok but....

the above post and go dual core.

my pc is 3ghz 1gb ram 250gb hdd so its similar.

it runs QUIET! only has 3 fans, intake, outake, and power supply. runs below 50 degrees celcious during gaming. superb tech support esp. tech chat.

fast, reliable, very upgradeable, look what i did to mine in my profile. u will love it.

konny

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Don't You mean 4 fans
by damasta55r / July 15, 2005 3:55 PM PDT

On the processor? That fan is the loudest on a pc. 50 degress celcius during gaming. With 3 fans, i can do that without a btx case. I only have 1 out fan 80mm (unlike your 120mm) and 1 pci exhaust fan. No psu fan. Total 3 fans, and 1 smaller than 2 of yours, runs at 46-49 idle,but processor fan the loudest is spinning at 100%. If i had another fan, which my oem case cant accomodate without a mod, and a $10 tube of ac5, i could probably get the same thing.
ROger

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hehe thats why i love my case lol
by AKonny47 / July 16, 2005 1:34 AM PDT
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ok here is a ''picture'' of my cooling.


120mm fan intake -> 1 BIG(!!!) copper cpu heatsink

-> chipset heatsink -> graphics card -> slightly memory channels

-> 120mm fan out take -> also power supply out takes the heat trapped at the top

um its very quiet, obviously very cool i never heard mine run at 100% though lol.

http://content.gateway.com/www.gateway.com/work/pdf/IDC_BTX.pdf

shows a picture of the case and explains the benefits of btx.

konny

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Hmmm......
by John Robie / July 16, 2005 7:13 AM PDT
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From what I can determine that 819 Gateway was made for the Home Shopping Network. Where are you looking at (Link-URL) and at what price? They seem to run from $1300 to $1500 with a 17'' LCD Monitor. Some things to consider:

The 819 is a Pent 4 3.2GHz and has the 540 series processor that does not have the 64-bit support that is in the 6xx series or the new ''dual-core'' processors that is in the 8xx series. My suggestion would be one of these new Gateway computers that have both 64-bit & dual-core processors

Gateway Model 835GM Media Center PC at Best Buy with 17'' LCD monitor & printer for $1069.97
Has the Intel Pentium D processor 820 dual-core 2.8GHz.
http://tinyurl.com/chdc6

Or the Gateway Model 840GM Media Center PC with 17''LCDmonitor & printer and ATI TV Tuner & PVR for $1269.97.
Has the Intel Pent D Processor 830 dual-core 3.0GHz
http://tinyurl.com/bwwcl

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