Aesthetically, the Dell XPS 700 is an industrial work of art — featuring (possible configuration) an Intel Pentium Extreme Edition Dual-Core 965 processor, 4GB Dual-Channel DDR2 SDRAM, 1.5TB multiple SATA HDDs, dual 512MB nVidia GeForce 7900 GTX graphics modules in SLI, and AGEIA’s PhysX physics accelerator. Product page here. Here’s the bottom line:

No doubt that the Dell XPS 700, is a very fine looking PC – easily the most impressive looking off-the-shelf PC I’ve ever seen, but the issues with it mean that we were a lot less enthusiastic about it at the end of the review than we were at the beginning

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Aesthetically, the Dell XPS 700 is an industrial work of art — featuring (possible configuration) an Intel Pentium Extreme Edition Dual-Core 965 processor, 4GB Dual-Channel DDR2 SDRAM, 1.5TB multiple SATA HDDs, dual 512MB nVidia GeForce 7900 GTX graphics modules in SLI, and AGEIA’s PhysX physics accelerator. Product page here. Here’s the bottom line:

No doubt that the Dell XPS 700, is a very fine looking PC – easily the most impressive looking off-the-shelf PC I’ve ever seen, but the issues with it mean that we were a lot less enthusiastic about it at the end of the review than we were at the beginning

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