The Best Computer for a Gamer
Computer games take up a lot of memory. Those who love to play games all the time would know this. In order to keep their computers from running out of memory space, they need to go out and buy chips that give them more space to store memory for their games. They could keep going out and buying memory chip after memory chip or they could buy a computer that would give them enough memory to hold all their games and than some. This is where the Dell Inspiron 1720 comes in. One source describes the Dell Inspiron 1720 as "An integrated cellular modem, cavernous hard drives, and very good performance numbers more than compensate for a couple of feature exclusions, making the Inspiron 1720 one of the best deals in the desktop-replacement market." (PC Magazine).
Gamers are not just looking for memory though; they are also looking for quality. "The 1720 can be configured with up to an Nvidia 8600m GT graphics card for gaming." (Notebook review) Most games in the twenty first century are very technical and have high quality visuals. Someone who is mainly into games wants a clear and crisp picture to play on so that they can get the full effect of the game and the Dell Inspiron 1720 shows qualities that would make the gaming experience better. "Configured with a 2GHz Core 2 Duo T7300 processor, 2GB of RAM, and an nVidia GeForce 8600M GT graphics card, the Dell Inspiron 1720 proved an agile workhorse and gaming machine." (PC Advisor). Another sources says "The 1720 has two options of Intel GM965 chipset that features integrated X3100 graphics, and Intel PM965 chipset that come with dedicated NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS 128MB for more gaming budget models or NVIDIA GeForce 8600M WP 256MB card for professional models." PC Adviser tested the Dell Inspiron 1720 in a game test and stated that "The Dell Inspiron 1720 kicked booty in our gaming tests, producing 116 frames per second playing Far Cry at 1,024x768 resolution." (PC Advisor)...
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