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The Dell OptiPlex 740 is a member of Dell's line of inexpensive towers, mini-towers and slim form factors.

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Slim systems, are in half-height design. Limited cards fit in this type of chassis.

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The Dell OptiPlex 740 is a member of Dell's line of inexpensive towers, mini-towers and slim form factors. Like the others in the OptiPlex line, the 740 ranges in price from three hundred and fifty dollars, up to six hundred dollars.  Extra customizations can push the price up even higher. The Dell OptiPlex 740 comes with extra features that makes remote management easy for growing businesses. The Dell Client Manager Standard (DCM) is a console download that IT administrators can use for remote hardware discovery and inventory, configuration control and BIOS patch management. The computer is also set up for data security and recovery with RAID 1 support, CompuTrace - a tracking cabaility built into the BIOS, and TPM 1.2, a feature that helps protect networks from unauthorized access. The Dell OptiPlex 740 includes power efficient options, such as its power management settings, its 80% efficient power supplies, and its new AMD Cool 'n' Quit technology that is built into the newer processors.

Features
  • Genuine Windows Vista Options
  • Dual Channel DDR2 Shared Memory, 4 slots
  • SATA 3.0GB/s Hard Drives with up to 250GB
  • RAID 1 Data Security
  • Seven video card options, including INtegrated NVIDIA Quadro NVS 210S
  • Broadcom 575 Gigabit Ethernet LAN solution with Full ASF 2.0 and PXE support
  • AMD Business Class Processor or AMD Athlon
  • DVI Adapter
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