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Dell Precision T3400 375W 32bit

Dell Precision T3400 375W 32bit
alaScore 82

17 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 17 reviews from magazines and websites.

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(Based on 17 reviews)

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E-x-p-a-n-d-a-b-l-e

 

Bulletproof. Not only quiet, but because of the lower speed fans, it survives dust and lint buildup far longer than normal designs. ALSO, has 3 normal PCI slots - quite useful in some situations.

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Incredible Machine

 

I've had this computer for over a year now and I am extremely pleased with it. I have the 525w 64-bit, Quadcore, about to install 4gb of RAM for total of 8 gb, 712 graphics card. I use it for BIM modeling with high res. renderings. Other computers...

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A Rock Solid Performer

 

I decided to retire my old Dimension 8250 in February. The T3400 matched the feature set I wanted at that time, and most importantly, I did not want a machine running Vista, so the opportunity to use the proven XP operating system was the tipping point...

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Great Performance for the Price!!

 

This tower is highly upgradable and performance follows the Precision brand name. I run my system with 4 gb 2 dims and dual 500gb hds and dual quadro 290s. If you are looking for a solid and I mean solid machine than the T3400 is the one to purchase. I...

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Precision T3400 Awesome WorkStation!

 

Well what can I say? This machine does everything. The Q9550 eats up anything I throw at it. This machine runs flawlessly right out of the box. Normally I would perform a clean install on all machines I receive. With the T3400 there was no need to do...

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As Smooth as silk

 

Before I bought the Precision T3400 computer I had previously had two Vostra 200 both at 2.8GB and 4GB memory both were very good computers but this time round I was looking for something with a bit more grunt, I spied upon the T3400, mine came with...

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Sold On DELL...

 

My company develops embedded systems for the automotive market. These PCs run 14 hours a day and are used exclusively for writing software and debugging hardware. We have purchased "bare bones" and off the shelf branded PCs for the past 4.5 years....

T3400 Everything a PC should be

DELL, please consider a slightly better standard keyboard

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Can't Touch This For The Money

 

Got my first one about a year ago. Have since bought 4 more to use primarily in a multi-monitor, financial trading workstation. Acceptably quiet for a work environment. Support has been fab. I've had only 2 minor issues (drive bay bezel and a flaky...

Onboard audio lacks a few input options found in others but still OK. Plays audio just fine, but I can't get audio from my TV tuner card using the onboard... installed an average audio card, no problem. That the audio chip "could be better" is not...

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Work Horse

 

I bought three of these for a client and they are very silent running. This is for a dental office and one of the three is running a Panoramic X-Ray device with no effort at all. (4 gb Ram)

Large case and very heavy

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Tower of Power

 

With the 525 Watt power supply, Intel "Conroe" Core 2 Duo E6850 3000 MHz processor, 4gb 800MHz DDR2 SDRAM ECC memory in four DIMMS, a pair of 15K SAS hard drives run as a Raid 1 (redundant mirroring) array and the nVidia Quadro FX1700 graphics card ......

A serious piece of hardware. Dell's broad selection of workstation components enables configuration for a wide range of demanding uses

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