This is my aunts computer but i use it all the time, i wanted to upgrade it so when she goes to use it it will be like wow omg i cant beleive it. theres got to be a way to make it almost new again. so far i bought 2 512 memory chips it will be @ 1 1/2 gb. any pointers about the processor ? updateing bio's ect ?
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How to Find the Dell Part Number for a GX270 Replacement MotherboardIf the motherboard of your Dell OptiPlex GX270 desktop computer starts
to malfunction, find the replacement part number online by obtaining the
Dell service tag located on the back of your equipment. The service tag
is made up of five to seven alphanumeric digits and is specific to your
desktop computer.<br /><br />
<li>Unplug your GX270 desktop computer and turn the device around to the back.</li>
<li>Locate a white bar-coded label affixed to the side of your desktop
computer. The service tag for your computer is imprinted on this label.</li>
<li>Visit the Dell upgrade and replacement parts web page and enter the
service tag for your computer into the "Service Tag Search" field. Click
<li>Navigate to the "Compatible Parts" Section and click the category
"System Drives." Type "Motherboard" into the search field, then click
the "Search" icon.</li>
<li>Click the link for the GX270 motherboard. Scroll to the section
"Component Part Number" to locate the GX270 motherboard part number.</li></ol><br />
<li>Also find the part number for your GX270 motherboard within the "Replacement Parts" section of your owners manual.</li></ul><br />
<li><a href="http://www.dell.com/downloads/us/products/optix/gx270_spec.pdf">Dell: Dell OptiPlex GX270 Overview</a></li>
<li><a href="http://support.dell.com/support/DPP/Index.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen">Dell: Product Support for OptiPlex GX270</a></li>
<li><a href="http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/en/identifyyoursystem?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&%7Elt=popup&%7Emode=popup">Dell: Find Your Service Tag</a><br /></li></ul><br />
<li><a href="http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/DellPartsFamily.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=dhs&%7Eck=anav&category_id=7566&ST=dell%20replacement%20parts&dgc=ST&cid=17745&lid=774124&acd=sqx784iXu,5531454746,901pdb6671">Dell: Replacement Parts Web Page</a></li></ul>*please leave a ratings if this information is helpful and beneficial to you.<br /><br /><br />Regards<br />MultilinkEnt.
Many times upgrading the ram amount will correct this problem. You may also upgrade you Video card for one that has a lot more memory chips(Total Ram) on it, since you have a desk top type computer. I have included a link in case you have misplaced you manual to see the original specifications. Ram and Video cards are available on line for such places as :
Newegg.com or Tiger.com to name two.
OptiPlex GX270 can be small form-factor, small desktop or small mini-tower. The DIMM slots and therefore maximum memroy capacity depends on the form factor. Double check our OptiPlex GX270 and find memory info below.
Memory Type 333MHz (PC2700) or 400MHz (PC3200) DDR SDRAM
Memory connectors/DIMM Slots small form-factor: 2 small desktop: 4 small mini-tower: 4
Memory capacities Supported 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, or 1GB non-ECC
Minimum memory 128 MB
Maximum memory small form-factor: 2 GB small desktop: 4 GB small mini-tower: 4 GB