In accordance to the growing desire to continually develop energy-saving computers, HP has actively released a variety of desktop computers that businesses will find very beneficial. Taking on green computing has recently been the goal of companies primarily because newer, more efficient models are designed to lessen power consumption which in turn means significant profit in the long run. If you own a small to medium business and youâ€™d like to have the perfect budget PC that will help save our planet, you should get the HP dx2250 Desktop Computer running on the AMD Athlon 64 Processor.
If you want to have a versatile computer system, but are looking for something more reasonably priced, why not try a CybertronPC TPCXPV23600BS AMD Desktop PC? With this barebone kit, all you need to do is install an operating system, buy a monitor, mouse, keyboard, and other add-ons to complete a system.
Looking for an affordable PC that’s straight from good old Americana? The Systemax Ascent 4000 Desktop PC is an affordable dual core desktop bundle from Systemax comes with a 17″ Widescreen LCD and Vista Home Premium Operating system. That’s not all! It’s running an AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+ GHz socket AM2 processor on an MSI K9N6SGM-V motherboard, with NVIDIA GeForce 6100 graphics. You also get a 160GB SATA II 7200RPM hard drive and 2GB of DDR2 667MHz PC5400 RAM Memory. That’s enough to run some tough applications. Want to tube surf down the interwebs? The Ascent 4000 has a 10/100 ethernet adapter for quick network connections.
First, HP has made the 6515â€™s looks much more stylish. More importantly, the 6515b packs in pretty much every feature a business user will ever need, including options for 802.11 draft-n wireless and either EV-DO or HSDPA WWAN compatibility. The HP Compaq 6515b Notebook PC incorporates a top-of-the-line AMD Turion 64 X2 processor and runs on Windows Vista Business, for less than $850.00!
When ever I see a Fed-Ex truck I instinctively run outside. The rules are simple: If there’s nothing for me, there’s going to be trouble.
There was no need for trouble this time. He handed me a package containing the Black Edition CPU from AMD.
It’s a beast. Here are the specs:
- AMD X2 (Dual Core) 6400+ @ 3.2 GHz
- 2 MB L2 Cache (1 MB per core)
- 28 KB of L2 cache (64k per core)
- Maximum temperature: 55 – 63 degrees C
- HyperTransport speed is up to 2 GHz
- Socket AM2
- Unlocked Multiplier
It’s fast. That could have been the end of the article but I’ll give you a little more.