Dell Precision T3400 Core 2 Quad 12mb Cache

 5,500  4,800

  • Core 2 Quad – Q9650 3.0 Ghz (12 MB Cache Memory)
  • DVD-Writer
  • 512 MB Card included without extra cost.
  • For Harddisk & Ram (Use Available Options)

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Dell Precision T3400 Video Review

Dell Precision T3400 SPECIFICATION & review:

As some of you may know, I get to play with a few of Dell’s computers. One of them is Dell Precision T3400 Workstation, and it is definitely my favorite model. So I wanted to take some pictures and write up a little review for this system. First off, my review may be a little biased, and I’m not going to compare it directly to another brand’s system. But, I hope it is still informational and helpful to someone.

The model I am working with today is Refurbished, purchased from Dell Outlet, and comes with a 3yr on-site warranty. However, I have replaced MANY of the parts, and while Dell certainly will not warrant the parts I added, doing so does NOT void the warranty of the rest of the system, as some may have previously thought.

The final specifications of this system…

Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 Processor (replaced E4400)
A-Data 8GB DDR2 800mhz (non-ECC) (replaced 1GB ECC 667mhz Samsung)
eVGA 512MB Nvidia GeForce 9800 GTX (replaced 256MB Quadro NVS)
Integrated High Definition 7.1 Channel Audio
Samsung Spinpoint 500GB SATA II w/ 16MB Cache (replaced 80GB Western Digital)
16X Dual Layer DVD /-RW SATA
Three (1-Front / 2-Rear) 1394 Firewire Ports
Dell (optional) upgraded 525W PSU
Microsoft Windows Vista Business 64bit

About Dell

Dell Inc. (stylized as DELL) was a multinational computer technology company based in Round Rock, Texas and, along with Dell EMC, is a subsidiary of Dell Technologies, one of the largest technology companies in the world with 138,000 employees.[4] Dell manufactured, sold, repaired, and supported personal computers (PCs), serversdata storage devicesnetwork switches, computer software, computer peripheralshigh-definition televisions, cameras, printers, and electronics built by other manufacturers. The company was known for its innovations in supply chain management and e-commerce, particularly its direct-sales model and its “build-to-order” or “configure to order” approach to manufacturing—delivering individual PCs configured to customer specifications.[5][6]

Dell was eponymously named after its founder, Michael Dell.

With a market share of 15.9%, Dell was the third largest PC vendor in the world in the first quarter of 2017, after Lenovoand HP Inc. (formerly The Hewlett-Packard Company).[7] In the first quarter of 2016, Dell was the largest manufacturer of computer monitors in the world, with a market share of 16.8%.[8]

Dell was the third largest employer and largest private employer in Austin, Texas.[9]

On September 7, 2016 Dell Inc. merged with EMC Corporation (now Dell EMC) and both companies became subsidiaries of Dell Technologies.


Additional information

Weight 20 kg