Acer Aspire M3800 Driver
The Acer Aspire M offers a choice of the latest quad-core or dual-core processors, up to 8 GB of DDR3 memory and second-generation PCI Express®. The Aspire M is designed to answer your multimedia needs. Up to 8 GB of Acer eRecovery Management, Acer Arcade™ Deluxe7, Microsoft® Office The Bottom Line Despite its quirky case design, Acer's Aspire MUA is an affordable, feature-competitive midtower that you might find.
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Acer Aspire M3800 Driver
You will be able to transcode media files relatively quickly, and even use it for 3D rendering.
This was highlighted in the Blender 3D rendering test, which used all of the CPUs four cores to complete a 3D rendering workload in just Acer Aspire M3800. Another area in which the Aspire M shined was in the hard drive test.
It recorded an Acer Aspire M3800 transfer rate of The large capacity of the drive will come in handy when using the Aspire M to record TV shows. We would have preferred a dual digital TV tuner, though, which would have allowed up to two programs to be recorded simultaneously. The Aspire M, despite Acer Aspire M3800 tower design, looks good enough to be placed in a living room; it's black and has glossy panels.
The power and hard drive LEDs are not overly noticeable as they don't reside directly on the front panel. Most importantly, the M doesn't make a lot of noise when it runs.
Most ready-made PCs are generally boring on the inside, and the M is definitely up high in the drab stakes. The only interesting aspect of its innards Acer Aspire M3800 the huge CPU fan shroud, which directs cool air from outside the case via the vent holes in the side panel directly onto the CPU heat sink.
The fan on the CPU heat sink runs relatively slowly and is barely audible. The other two fans in the system Acer Aspire M3800 the power supply and graphics card fans — are equally quiet.
You'll probably hear the hard drive accessing data more than you will Acer Aspire M3800 whir Acer Aspire M3800 the fans. Because it uses a micro-ATX motherboard and case, there isn't a lot of room for upgrades as your needs change. There is space for one more hard drive, as well as another optical drive, and the motherboard has two free PCI slots and two free memory slots.
Acer Aspire M3800 desktop will provide acceptable computing capability, but if you can save up a few more dollars, you can enjoy much faster performance by Acer Aspire M3800 of the Gateway SX The CPU differences aside, the similarities between the Acer and the Gateway even extend to the rear-panel connectivity. The HDMI output is probably more useful on the smaller Gateway system, which you might legitimately bring into your living room.
In contrast, the midtower Acer allows for much more in the way of expansion.