Dell are one of the largest system manufacturers employing more than 76,500 people worldwide – which is an impressive feat, considering that Michael Dell founded the company in 1984 as PC’s Limited with limited capital of $1000. This success story has continued throughout the decades with their recent acquisition of high profile gaming specialist Alienware and today we are going to look at one of Dell’s USA specification gaming systems – the XPS 630.
The system we received at our offices is only sold right now in the USA, as there are some changes between the USA and UK XPS systems. For instance the UK version of this system will ship with a single 1GB GTX240 video card whereas the one on test today is supplied with two ATI 512MB 4850 graphics cards in Crossfire.
Many enthusiast users snigger at the mention of Dell, however at Driverheaven we know there are a percentage of users who either don’t have the skillset to build their own computer or who just don’t have the time. It is also worth mentioning that with this particular system Dell offer a 3-4 year in home service in the case of any major issues occuring.
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