|Processor||2.66 GHz Core i7-920|
|RAM||8 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||750 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||ATI Radeon HD 4850|
Gateway FX6800-01E Desktop PC
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- Intel Core i7 920 Processor 2.66GHz
- 8GB DDR3 RAM
- 750GB Hard Drive
- ATI Radeon HD 4850
- Windows Vista Home Permium 64-Bit
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Propel into deep game play with the Gateway FX6800-01e Desktop powered by the Intel Core i7-920 Processor with turbo mode that breaks the barriers with extreme performance for intense gaming, digital media creation and high-impact entertainment. Installed in this gaming beast also is ATIs Radeon HD 4850 graphics with 512MB Discrete Video Memory and 3GB DDR3 Three Channel memory that delivers incredible system speed to handle demanding graphics demands and experience ultra-fast frame rates during game play. Extra large 750GB hard drive has plenty of room for all of your photos, movies, music libraries and files with two tool-less Expansion Bays provide additional storage and backup. So if your looking for the newest and greatest at a great price the Gateway FX6800-01e Desktop is the perfect choice. ATI Radeon HD 4850 with 512MB Dedicated Video Memory 18x DVD+-R/RW Labelflash Drive with Double Layer 8-Channel (7.1) High Definition Audio 10/100/1000 Ethernet LAN 15-in-1 card Digital Media reader Front ports - 2 x USB 2.0, IEEE-1394, Microphone, Headphone Back ports - 6 x USB 2.0, 2 x eSATA, IEEE-1394, Microphone, Line-in, Rear speaker-out, Side speaker out, Center (subwoofer), 2 x PS2 ports (keyboard, mouse), RJ-11 (Modem), RJ-45, 2 x DVI, S-video out Expansion slots - PCI Express x1 (occupied), PCI Express x4 (available), 2 x PCI Express x16 (one available) Drive bays - 2 x External 5.25 (available), 4 x Internal 3.5 (3 x available) Monitor is not included
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Okay, this has been up and running for little over two months now. There were two minor hiccups, The first came at start up. The standby light on the motherboard was lit, but when I hit the switch, it didn't start. I removed the cover to have a look, and all looked good as far as I could see. I had moved some of the wires while in there. Weny I plugged the cord back into the Power Supply, It didn't have the standby light. My first thought was that the PSU was toast. I had another 500w PSU so decided to try that, I had unplugged the connector from the CPU and plugged in the connector from the spare PSU. I started to do the same with the 24 pin ATX connector. The one in there nearly feel into my hands and I realized it had never been firmly plugged in, so did and restored the original CPU connection. When I hit the switch, all was good. The second hiccup was in that the card reader didn't work. I found that the drivers had not been installed and installed them. It still wouldn't open and there were three unconnected wires in the bottom of the case. It turned out they were to the antenna for the wireless connection I there is no wireless card in there, so no issue. Eventually. I took a small screwdriver and kightly pried up on the card reader. It popped then opened as it should. It took a bit more work to get it to open as it should and it takes the right touch to be consistant on opening it. I have used it and it works great.
As for games, Mine are pretty old and some will install and played and others won't. Nothing out of Bethesda ( Oblivion, Fallout 3 ) will work. I suppose they will if you go into Dual core mode in the BiOS, but not really sure. This not unexpected though as most of my games are fairly old. This PC is a horse. I have already changed out the PSU and out in a Corsair TX850w ( not necessary as a TX650w will probably suffice). I also upgraded the memory to 6 Gb of Crucial Ballistix 1600Mhz of memory. I am enjoying this thing a lot, although I still spend time on the emachines i have playing Fallout 3 as well as updating all the stuff.
I love it.