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Lenovo Ideacentre K330 77272L desktop

January 15th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Ideacentre K330 77272L desktop from Lenovo can be categorized as a high end desktop aimed at gaming and high performance computing needs. Powered by the Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge core i5-2300 processor the K330 77272L boasts a copius 6 GB DDR3 RAM and Nvidia GF GT420 graphics card with 1 G Memory. Let us take a look at the individual components of the Lenovo K330 77272L.

Key Parameters

– Intel Core i5-2300, Dual core, 2.80 GHz processor, 6 MB Cache, Turbo 3.10 GHz
– 6 GB of DDR3 RAM
– 1 Tera Byte, 7200rpm Hard Disk Drive
– NVIDIA GF GT420 garphics card with dedicated 1 G memory
– Comes with DVD Drive

Here are some details of the individual components in case you are interested.

The Processor

The Intel Core i5-2300 Processor that powers the Ideacentre K330 77272L desktop is a 2.0 GHz processor that has a clock frequency of 2.80 GHz. The Processor has 6 MB of L3 Cache and it supports Turbo function with which the frequency of the processor temporarily increases to 3.10 GHz to cater for the increase demand in the processing power. Obviously this is a high end processor that should give a decent performance for all of your needs.

The RAM and the Hard Disk

The K330-77272L comes with 6 GB of RAM that should be enough for your tasks in most circumstances. The Windows 7 operating system
that comes with this desktop takes only 1 GB of RAM and you are still left with 5 GB of RAM. This is more than enough for your computing needs including large footprint applications and programs. The desktop comes with 1 Tera Byte ( 1000 GB ) of RAM.

The Lenovo Ideacentre K330 77272L comes with NVIDIA GF GT420 garphics card that supports DirectX 11 compatibility and has 48 stream processors.

Other Features

The desktop does come with a DVD Drive in built. There are 8 USB Ports. It also come with a wired Ethernet connectivity feature. The desktop is about to be released soon at a price take of under $800, making it a powerhouse at an affordable price.

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