POS-X Adds XPC517 Series to Performance TouchPC Series

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POS-X Adds XPC517 Series to Performance TouchPC Series

POS hardware manufacturer POS-X recently added the XPC517 Series TouchPC to their Performance TouchPC series. Featuring a sharp 17” LCD Touchscreen Display and up to Core 2 Quad performance, the PC is targeted at hospitality / retail environments and any location that requires an end-to-end solution.

The XPC517 combines a standard 1GB DDRII memory, 160GB hard drive and a Celeron 2.8GHz CPU in POS-X’s new EZAccess clamshell housing. The new chassis has been designed for ease of serviceability and provides quick access to internal components. Memory can be expanded up to 4GB while the housing can accommodate up to a Core 2 Quad processor.

Additionally, accessories such as the MSR and Customer Display that currently are a part of the XPC500 and XPC600 series fit perfectly into the new XPC517 series. Covered with a full 3-year warranty, the new series comes with multiple OS options including Windows XP Pro, XP Home, Windows POS Ready 2009 (next generation of WEPOS) and Linux.

“We designed the XPC517 TouchPC to provide an optimal solution for value-oriented customers needing a larger screen,” Karl Schoessler, Vice President of POS-X, Inc. said. “By providing strong baseline specifications, we ensure that our customers are purchasing an All-In-One that won’t become obsolete in the near future.”

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03-04-2009, 04:51:14

Hello, I'm about to embark on my first extreme overclocking build.
I'm using the I7 920 G0 stepping CPU, Asus P6T Deluxe V2, and Kingston HyperX 6GB DDR3 2000 (PC3 16000) RAM.

The motherboard has the following Memory standard:
DDR3 2000(O.C)/1866(O.C)/1800(O.C)/1600(O.C)/1333

Does this mean that I have to use 1333 MHz RAM cards and overclock them to 2000 or can I use a 2000 MHz RAM stick.

I know it should work with a high MHz either way, I just wasn't sure what the O.C. standard ment.

Thank you, I appreciate the help.

This seems like a great community.

03-04-2009, 05:43:37

I usually read that as claiming the mobo will be capable of sustaining 2000mhz, but u'd need to be sure that the memory u put in it will like using 2000mhz.

I'm not that "up" on ocing memory, but I'd doubt there be many/any sticks that stock @ 1333 and will go to 2000. I'm thinking 1800 to oc to 2000 perhaps. 1600 at a push, possibly.

03-04-2009, 06:14:52

Yeah, I already bought the 2000MHz RAM.
I just wanted to make sure I didn't need another motherboard for the RAM to install in.
Just had a quick panic.

If you're interested in it, the usually $470 RAM is on newegg for $245.
I've been waiting two months to grab it.

Reviews show:
9-9-9-28, 1.66V: 2072 MHz

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