Specifications of the HP Pavilion® Slimline s5350z series
What are the specifications of the HP Pavilion Slimline s5350z series?
The HP Pavilion Slimline s5350z is a compact desktop system, it comes with a powerful hardware configuration that allows it to be used for all purposes. The HP Pavilion Slimline s5350z comes built on the Pegatron motherboard. The chipset that is used on the system is the NVIDIA chipset. It comes with the best hardware features in the market with a 3 GB RAM memory and the latest AMD processors to run the programs and clock the system processes. There are plenty of upgrade options that are present for the system, you can check for these upgrades from the HP website.
The specifications of the HP Pavilion Slimline s5350z are explained in the following points:
- Processing power
- Primary memory
- Graphics card
The processing power of the HP Pavilion Slimline s5350z comes from the latest AMD processors, the system can clock speeds ranging from 2.8 GHz to 3.0 GHz. The AMD processors that are used on the system are the Athlon ll X2 240. The processors come with an internal memory that ranges between 2 MB and 6 MB on the higher process models. The AMD Phenom processor is used in higher models of the HP Pavilion Slimline s5350z.
The primary memory that is used in the system is used to run programs and the other applications on the system. The primary memory on the desktop can take up to 4 GB of memory on a 32 bit operating system and can also be upgraded further to support the 64 bit operating system. There are four primary memory slots that are present on the HP Pavilion s5350z desktop, you could install the RAM required on any of these.
The secondary memory on the system is used to install documents as well as the programs that run on the system. The secondary memory that is on the system can vary in its size between 320 GB on the lower end systems to a maximum of 1.5 TB on the higher end systems. The hard disks that are used are the SATA hard disks and they can vary in their speed between 5400 rpm and 7200 rpm for retrieving data.
The graphics card that is installed on the system determines the games that can be played as well as the speed at which editing tools and applications run on the system. The graphics card on the system can be a NVIDIA GeForce 9100, NVIDIA GeForce G210, ATI Radeon HD4350 or the NVIDIA GeForce GT220. You can install any of these graphics cards on the system before you purchase the desktop. The individual memory of the graphics card will determine the memory that can be dedicated for running games.