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The P620 also provides an LVDS bus with backlight control connectors to support flat panel displays, and a 4X AGP bus to support high-end AGP graphics devices via a PMC site.
The first release is the IntelliStation M Pro 6219 which features a choice of graphics accelerator, up to 4.0GB dual channel DDR memory, front-mounted USB 2.0 ports, an Intel Pentium 4 processor up to 3.06GHz, 533MHz system bus, 8X AGP graphics, Ultra320 SCSI and integrated Gigabit Ethernet.
The software requires one FireWire connector or analog capture card; AGP graphics card with 8MBs memory; minimum 700MHz Intel Pentium 4, Pentium III, Celeron or AMD Athlon processor (1.1 GHz and above for real-time performance); 128MB of memory; 5GB free hard drive; DirectX 8.0 or above; Windows Media Player 7.1 or above.
Powered by an Intel Pentium 4 processor 1.6 GHz, the 500SE features 15" (viewable) LCD flat p anel display, a 32 MB NVIDIA GeForce2 MX200 AGP graphics card, 20 GB hard drive, 16X CD-RW, speakers, a one-year America Online subscription and more.
The 500L system is just as loaded with a 1.5 GHz Intel Pentium 4 processor; 128 MHz SDRAM memory; a 15" monitor; 32 MB of NVIDIA GeForce 2 MX 200 AGP graphics; a 20 GB Ultra ATA 100 hard drive and integrated Ultra ATA controller; a 20X minimum/48X maximum CD-ROM; and an integrated stereo audio system.
You can put a 3D Blaster card into any PC with an AGP graphics slot (just look at your computer manual if youare not sure, but most PCs less than two and a half years old will have one) and the card comes with easily installed software so you are up and running with no hassles.
Previous Pentium processors and Pentium-based systems included a northbridge bus, which is the faster bus that connects the CPU, main memory, and AGP graphics adapter.
-- Features Intel's latest chipset: Supports Intel's 440GX chipset and AGP graphics bus, as well as accommodating faster speeds and larger caches of future processors.
In May 1998, major components included a 333-MHz Pentium 11,64 MB of RAM, AGP graphics, a 14-GB hard drive, and DVD; its cost was $2,928.
The Solo 1450 notebook comes with the Windows XP operating system, an Intel Celeron 1.2GHz mobile processor, 128Mb memory, a 20Gb hard drive, an Intel 4x AGP graphics card and an 8X DVD drive.
The software requires one FireWire connector; AGP graphics card with 8MBs memory; minimum 700MHz Celeron, Pentium III or Athlon CPU (1.1 GHz and above for real-time video capture); 128MB of memory, 5GB hard drive and a 24-bit color display.