DELL DIMENSION E521 ATI TV TUNER DESCARGAR CONTROLADOR
DELL DIMENSION E521 ATI TV TUNER DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||17.5 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows XP 64-bit, Mac OS X, Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.5|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
DELL DIMENSION E521 ATI TV TUNER DRIVER
Otherwise, this is a fairly spare PC, with no audio card, TV tuner, or other extras, in either hardware or software. You'll find the usual assortment of upgrades on Dell's Web site, including monitors, printers, software bundles, TV tuners, and so on.
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A single spare hard drive bay stands ready to accept a second drive if you decide you want more internal storage. There's room for one standard PCI card and a single x1 PCI Express card, so you have some leeway for pre- or post-purchase component upgrades as well. Dell also continues to run its aggressive, ever-changing offers with its systems.
As for Windows Vista on this machine, we can report that it runs well. We didn't notice any obvious compatibility issues with the hardware or the software that Dell sent us.
It's got the standard Dell level of tool-less upgradeability: Not that the system requires anything else: You could argue for a higher-powered graphics card or a TV tuner, but these components Dell Dimension E521 ATI TV Tuner extra, and I'm not sure if they're necessary on a basic midrange PC. Last year, finding an AMD processor in a Dell would've been notable, now it's routine. Day-to-day activities like web browsing and casual games were snappy and performance was as expected.
The E came with 2GB of memory, which is plenty for even multimedia tasks like video encoding and photo editing. Gamers and professional users may want to upgrade to 4GB or more, but mere mortals should be able to run with 2GB.
- Dell Dimension E review: Dell Dimension E - CNET
DataSafe adds another GB hard drive as a live backup. Windows pop up in a 3D effect on the system's inch widescreen, and the translucent window borders are lovely. Vista is a much more attractive operating system than the six-year-old Windows XP, but if you are an XP power user, you'll need to learn where certain things are.
The control panel layout has totally changed, particularly the "Personalize" control panel, which used to be called "Display". It will take a few hours of using the system to get used to it, but it's all still there. That said, the Aero interface didn't seem to slow day-to-day operations down either.
The E came with Dell's standard set of trialware and freeware, including a day trial of PC-cillin's Antivirus suite. Media Center is now part of Windows Vista, and it's a beaut. It's still not quite as polished as Apple's iLife suite, particularly since MCE has to contend with competing music and movie stores online, but Vista's MCE is noticeably improved over the version.
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