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 hp Pavilion zv5464EA entertainment  - hp Pavilion zv5464EA entertainment
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So, hp's decision to equip its Pavilion zv5464EA with an Athlon 64 chip makes sense, since this is a machine designed to be an affordable, mobile entertainment centre rather than a weapon for the road warrior. The chip of choice is an Athlon 64 3400+ which will be more than powerful enough to make short work of anything you're likely to throw at it. The CPU is backed up by 512MB of PC2700 RAM and a 60GB hard disk. The nVidia GeForce 4 440 Go graphics chipset is probably the weakest link in the hardware chain, so although this is a machine aimed at entertainment, the latest 3D games won't be part of that brief.
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