• Low price
  • Great documentation


  • Modest expandability
  • Lacks legacy ports

At A Glance

The XPS 410 is somewhat slow for a power system, but it still offers a lot of features for a low price.

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The Specs

Part Number DXPS410F3M1
Inventory Number 25761
Processor type Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
Processor speed 2400.0 MHz
Display size 20.0 inches
Included monitor No
Monitor model number Dell 2007WFP
Display type LCD
Primary Graphics Chipset Nvidia GeForce 7900GS
Video Bus PCI Express
Video Memory Type DDR3
Raid type RAID 0
Drive size 640.0 GB
Expansion slots
Open PCI Express X16 Slots 0.0
Number of PCI slots 3.0
Open PCI Express X1 Slots 1.0
Number of PCI-Express Slots 1.0
Ports and Connections
Available Interfaces
  • USB - Universal Serial Bus (rear) (x6)
  • USB - Universal Serial Bus (front) (x2)
  • FireWire Port (rear) (x2)
  • FireWire Port (front)
Ethernet Type Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbps)
Slots 4
Parallel Port No
Memory size 2048.0 MB
Optical Drive
Optical Drive Speed 16.0
Optical Drive Type DVD-ROM
Second Optical Drive Speed 16.0
Second Optical Drive Type DVD±R DL/DVD±RW
Included Drives 2
Included Software
Operating System Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (32 bit)
Chassis style Tower (Midsize)
External Drive Bays 4.0
Internal Drive Bays 2.0


Overall Rating
WorldBench 6 Score 101.0
WorldBench 6 Rating Good
Office Productivity
Web Browsing 250.0   seconds (lower is better)
Office Suite Use 362.0   seconds (lower is better)
File Compression 232.0   seconds (lower is better)
Content Creation
Image Editing 410.0   seconds (lower is better)
GPU Graphics Rendering 395.0   seconds (lower is better)
CPU Graphics Rendering 666.0   seconds (lower is better)
Video Encoding 225.0   seconds (lower is better)
DVD Burning 354.0   seconds (lower is better)
Video Editing 215.0   seconds (lower is better)
World Bench 6 Multitasking 302.0
Overall Graphics Score Good