Acer Veriton M4620g vs. Fujitsu Esprimo E920
Comparison and Differences
Differences between Acer Veriton M4620g and Fujitsu Esprimo E920
If you are looking for the smaller form factor the Fujitsu Esprimo E920 is the right one for you. It is smaller than the Acer Veriton M4620g and will fit more easily under your desk.
Usually the newer the generation of the CPU, the better the performance and efficiency is. If your budget allows it, you should go with the Fujitsu Esprimo E920 as it is running a newer generation CPU. This is not to say that Acer Veriton M4620g is bad - it can still run some powerful CPUs, albeit being an older generation.
Both models have have equal amount of ram slots (4 RAM). Usually two RAM slots are more than enough for most cases. However, the count should be taken into account when planning how much and what combination of RAM you are going to need for your system.
None of the desktops has an advantage when it comes to the speed of the RAM being used. Both models support RAM speeds of up to 1600. Additionally, if you will be needing a lot of RAM, better go for the Fujitsu Esprimo E920 as it has the ability to run 32 GB of RAM. The Acer Veriton M4620g can do a bit less at max 16 GB. Most of the times, this should be sufficient for the majority of users.
In total the Fujitsu Esprimo E920 has 12 USB ports. The Acer Veriton M4620g is inferior in this regard and packs 8 USB ports. In any case, if you miss USB ports, you can always purchase a USB hub. None of the desktop models has a USB 3.1 port (10Gb/s), so if you need a fast connection to your peripherals, like external Solid State Drive, you will need to look elsewhere.
DisplayPort is crucial for any desktop machine. It is good to see that both models are featuring DisplayPorts. However, the Acer Veriton M4620g comes with 2 ports, while the Fujitsu Esprimo E920 has only 1. If you are planning to use multiple monitors, the Acer Veriton M4620g is the better choice.
None of the models has an HDMI port. If your monitor supports only the HDMI interface, you will need to buy an adapter. Such adapters are cheap so nothing to worry about.
SATA ports are placed on the system board and it is where you connect your HDD, SSD and Optical Disk Drives. More SATA slots will allow you to have more drives running at the same time. In this regard the Fujitsu Esprimo E920 is better equipped as it comes with 6 SATA slot(s), while the Acer Veriton M4620g has 5 slot(s).
M.2 SSD interface allows you to transfer data with higher speeds compared to the old SATA interface. Unfortunately, neither the Acer Veriton M4620g, nor the Fujitsu Esprimo E920 has one. However, you can still use a SATA SSD drive which should give you satisfactory performance.
Make sure that the available M.2 slot supports the PCIe (also called NVMe) interface. This is important as there are M.2 slots which support only the inferior SATA III interface. For comparison, the SATA III interface has max speeds of 6Gb/s, while the PCIe 3.0 x4 will support speeds up to 32Gb/s!
Having a Power Supply Unit with high power rating is important, if you are going to use components which require extra power. The Fujitsu Esprimo E920 comes with a decent 280 Watt PSU, but the Acer Veriton M4620g has a more powerful one rated at 500 Watts. Choosing either one depends on your specific requirements and use case. Also don't forget that some models might have more than one PSU option - try to always get the most powerful one, especially if you plan to upgrade to a powerful GPU.