The Dell Precision Workstation 370 is a personal home computer.
The Dell Precision Workstation 370, a discontinued model of desktop computer from the Dell computer company, runs Windows XP and earlier Windows versions. While Dell no longer produces this computer, Dell customer support continues to provide support and updates for the Dell Precision Workstation 370 at their official website (see “Resources”).
The microprocessor in the Dell Precision Workstation 370 is the Intel Pentium 4 Processor with HT Technology (Intel Pentium 4 Processor with HT Technology Extreme Edition available upon request.) The level 1 cache is 8 KB or 16 KB, the level 2 cache is 512 KB or 1 MB and the level 3 cache is 2 or 0 MB.
The memory in a Dell Precision Workstation 370 is a Double Data Rate (DDR2) Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (SDRAM,) with 533-MHz EEC (error checking and correction) and 400-MHz non-EEC memory. Four memory connectors are present on the Dell Precision Workstation 370. Memory capacities are 128-, 256-, 512- or 1-GB. The minimum memory is 256 MB and the maximum memory is 4 GB.
The Dell Precision Workstation 370 has an Intel 925X Express chipset. Data bus width is 64 bits, address bus width is 32 bits. The computer features eight DMA channels and 24 Interrupt levels. Compaq Evo N610
Audio and Video
The audio type is AC97, Sound Blaster emulation, with a 16-bit analog-to-digital and 20-bit digital-to-analog stereo conversion. The video features PCI Express graphics x16 up to 150 W.
The USB connectors are two front panel and six back-panel 2.0 compliant connector slots. Three audio connectors include line-in, line-out and microphone. An additional front panel connector is present for headphones.