Dell XPS 8700 with Core i3 i5 i7 4th Geneartion Processor

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  • Support Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 (4th Generation Processor – Socket LGA1155)
  • 4 Ram Slots (Support upto 32gb DDR3 Ram)
  • 3.0 USB Available on front and back
  • Chipset Type Intel Z87

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Dell XPS 8700 with Core i3 i5 i7 4th Geneartion Processor is also available for purchase at, a popular online retailer in Pakistan. Customers can visit to find the desktop computer along with its pricing details. Additionally, may offer convenient purchasing options such as delivery services and payment plans. It’s advisable for interested buyers to visit the website or contact their customer service for the latest availability and pricing information. Dell XPS (“eXtreme Performance System”) is a line of consumer-oriented high-end laptop and desktop computer series manufactured by Dell since 1993.


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At the release of the XPS brand in September 1993 (as part of the Dell Dimension series), Dell primarily aimed its products at businesses rather than consumers. In early 1993, Dell staff met to address how to pursue the emerging high-end consumer market in the US (led by Gateway 2000, later known as Gateway), and decided to launch a new high-end product line to compete with Gateway. For context, Dell’s annual revenue at this time was less than $500 million, and founder Michael Dell was still directly involved in most decisions. Vernon Weiss was assigned as product manager to lead the project and manage the product marketing, and Brian Zucker led on architecture and engineering.

In September 1993, the first two products in the XPS line were announced, initially as part of the Dell Dimension series. The first generation of the XPS system was available as either a desktop or a tower case. The earliest known XPS PC, the Dell Dimension XPS 466V, was released in 1994.[1] The new product line achieved commercial success, leading to significant press. For example, an XPS was featured on the cover of the October 1993 issue of PC/Computing.

As Dell grew and the market evolved from 1997 to 2001, the XPS line lost its leading position in the high-end market. In response, in 2005, Dell revamped the XPS line to compete with Alienware (then a separate company) and Falcon Northwest. Also in 2005, Dell separated its home desktop systems into two lines (Dell Dimension and XPS), and its consumer notebooks split into two lines (Dell Inspiron and XPS). Shortly thereafter, on March 22, 2006, Dell acquired Alienware, a move it had reportedly been considering since 2002.[2][3] Alienware maintained its autonomy in terms of design and marketing, but access to Dell’s supply chain management, purchasing power, and economies of scale lowered its operating costs.[4] The new XPS line initially had the same specifications as those offered by the Alienware division.

In 2008, Dell introduced the “Studio XPS” line, which it marketed as a performance computer line, while Alienware was advertised for gaming. On June 2, 2009, the M17x gaming laptop was introduced as the first Alienware/Dell joint branded system.


XPS Tower 8000 series

XPS Tower (8960)

The 2023 Dell XPS 8960 features Intel’s 13th-generation i3, i5, i7, and i9 CPUs. It has two slots for DDR5 memory.

XPS Tower (8950)

The 2022 Dell XPS 8950 features Intel’s 12th-generation i3, i5/i5K, i7/i7K/i7F/i7KF, and i9/i9K/i9KF CPUs. It has four slots for DDR5 memory.

XPS Tower (8940)

The 2020 Dell XPS 8940 features Intel’s 10th and 11th-generation i3, i5, i7, and i9 CPUs. It has four slots for DDR4 memory.

XPS Tower (8930)

The 2017 Dell XPS 8930 features Intel’s tenth-generation i5 and i7 CPUs on an LGA 1151 socket.[5]

XPS Tower (8910)

Dell XPS Towers were released in July 2016. Three systems were introduced: the XPS Tower, XPS Tower VR, and the XPS Tower Special Edition. All systems are introduced with sixth-generation (Skylake) i5 and i7 CPUs, at least 8 GiB[6] of DDR4 memory, and are designed with an easy-to-open chassis for simple expandability One of the main differences from the 8900 is that now the M.2 connector supports four PCI-E lanes instead of one. The VR and Special Edition meet and exceed the minimum recommended specifications for running virtual reality and the Special Edition passed testing for the Oculus Ready and HTC Vive Optimized certification programs.[7]

XPS 8900

The Dell XPS 8900 was released in October 2015. It is designed for moderate to heavy gaming and high-end workstation performance. It features Intel’s sixth-generation (Skylake) i5 and i7 CPUs on an LGA 1151 socket. It also includes an upgrade to higher-bandwidth DDR4 memory.

XPS 8700

The Dell XPS 8700 was released in 2013. It was designed for moderate to heavy gaming and high-end workstation performance. It features a Dell 0KWVT8 motherboard with an LGA-1150 socket. It comes with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and an Nvidia Geforce GTX 660. A special edition is available with an AMD Radeon R9 270.

System specifications


  • Type: unbuffered, non-ECC, dual-channel DDR3 (Up to 1600 MHz)
  • Maximum: 32 GiB, with 2, 4 or 8 GiB in base


  • Integrated: Intel HD Graphics 4600 (Up to 1.7 GiB system)
  • Additional:
    • NVIDIA GeForce GT 635 (1 GiB DDR3)
    • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 (1.5 GiB GDDR5)
    • AMD Radeon R9 270 (2 GiB GDDR5)


  • Network Adapter: 10/100/1000 Mbit/s integrated network card
  • Wireless: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0
WLAN options (The DW1520 card, and the DW1501 card are IEEE 802.11n certified[8]):

Chip: Broadcom BCM4313 (b/g/n (2.4 GHz) 150 Mbit/s) + FCC ID: QDS-BRCM10 50 + “Dell Wireless 1501 WLAN Half Mini-Card”
Chip: Broadcom BCM4322 (a/b/g/n-draft (2.4 or 5 GHz) 300 Mbit/s) + FCC ID: QDS-BRCM10 31 + “Dell Wireless 1510 Wireless-N WLAN Mini-Card”
Chip: Broadcom BCM43224 (a/b/g/n (2.4 or 5 GHz) 300 Mbit/s) + FCC ID: QDS-BRCM10 41 + “Dell Wireless 1520 Wireless-N WLAN Mini-Card”


  • Dell 0KWVT8


  • Intel Core i7-4770 (8 MiB L3 Cache; 3.40 GHz Base Clock, Turbo to 3.90 GHz)
  • Intel Core i7-4790 (8 MiB[9] L3 Cache; 3.60 GHz Base Clock, Turbo to 4.00 GHz)
    • Integrated Graphics — Intel HD 4600

XPS 8500

Released on May 2, 2012, the Dell XPS 8500 is the first version in this series to have the third-generation (Ivy Bridge) Intel Quad Core i5 and i7 processor added to it. This version of the XPS motherboard uses the Intel Chipset H77 with socket LGA 1155 and has USB 3.0 ports built into the front.[10] The “Special Edition” version of this desktop, (starting price $999 as of January 2013), comes standard with such advanced features as an Intel Core i7, Blu-ray drive and a 32 GiB Intel mSATA SSD mounted on the motherboard to enhance the operational speed of the traditional hard disk.

Weight 1 kg

Core i3-3rd Gen, Core i5-3rd Gen, Core i7-3rd Gen


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