|Price incl. VAT||£885.84|
|Price excl. VAT||£738.20|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
Do you need to exercise enough for a demanding job? Thus, workstations Fujitsu CELSIUS J550 is for you. It has selected components that guarantee high performance and quality for any environment. It is ideal for basic applications / 3D CAD, DCC and can get on with financial analysis and digital content creation. Preinstalled system proven Windows 7 Professional, but not the problem of a system upgrade to a modern Windows 10 Pro, which ensures effective and natural work in professional applications. the advantage of a computer keyboard set is supplied with a mouse and the first launch is therefore missing only connect a monitor.
For lightning fast operation of the entire computer was selected Quad-Core Intel Core i7 sixth generation Skylake. Outside the automatic boost frequencies (up to 4 GHz) during exercise can work with up to eight threads simultaneously thanks to Hyper-Threading. Multitasking then you will appreciate a pair of 8 gigabytes of RAM type DDR4. Performance will still not enough? Even on this computer is ready. Therefore it allows to extend the main memory to a maximum of 64GB (4 x DDR4 slot) or add rich graphics full size (16 x PCI).
Connect all the important accessories procure just 8 high-speed USB 3.0 - two on the front panel. You need a large space to display all applications? Connect up to 3 monitors at once - 2x DisplayPort, 1x DVI-D. Bulky disk with a capacity of 1,000 gigabytes will take care of all your data and projects. First-class speed of your system, but you can encourage install a second SSD interface M.2.
By purchasing this report you will get extra security for the duration of three years with the support of On-Site. This gives you the guarantee of functionality in any situation.
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