New Dell Precision Workstations Boost Graphics Performance

Upgraded engineering workstations include support for latest Intel processors, powerful NVIDIA and AMD GPUs.

Upgraded engineering workstations include support for latest Intel processors, powerful NVIDIA and AMD GPUs.

Dell has updated its Precision family of desktop and mobile engineering workstations. Image courtesy of Dell.

Dell has released new additions to its Precision line of desktop and mobile workstations that leverage the latest Intel processors and graphics cards from both AMD and NVIDIA. 

The Precision 3450 Small Form Factor workstation includes the most recent Intel Core and Xeon processors, and supports the NVIDIA P400, P620 and P1000 GPUS, as well as the AMD RADEON PRO WX2100 AND WX3200. It weighs less than 10 pounds and is less than 12-in. tall.

The Precision 3650 Tower workstation supports VR content with Radeon Pro or NVIDIA graphics and is available with a wide array of 11th-generation Intel Core and Xeon processors. It supports up to the NVIDIA RTX5000 GPU, and AMD Radeon Pro W5700.

According to this recent blog post from Dell:
“For creators and data scientists interested in exploring AR/VR or Artificial Intelligence (AI) projects, the Dell Precision 3650 workstation is a great option. It features Intel Deep Learning Boost technology that’s capable of quickly running inferencing algorithms on large data sets and features Ready for VR options to allow immersive workflows and maximize time in the creative ‘zone’. New features like the highest speed (20Gb/sec) USB 3.2 ports and optional Thunderbolt 4 ports will help speed up data transfer to and from external devices and drives. This system will also support next-generation NVIDIA Ampere  architecture-based GPUs, featuring NVIDIA RTX technology, in the coming months.”

On the mobile workstation front, Dell has announced:

The Precision 5760 17-in. mobile workstation, which includes the 11th-generation Intel Core and Xeon processors (up to 8 core), and supports up to the NVIDIA RTX A3000 GPU. It has four Type C Thunderbolt 4 ports, and is VR- and AI-ready. The 5560 model supports up to the NVIDIA RTX A2000, and comes with 64G of 3200MHz memory.

The Precision 7560 supports up to the NVIDIA RTX A5000 GPU, and includes a large touchpad and Pro 2 keyboard. The Precision 7760 is the 17-in. model, and is also offered with the NVIDIA RTX A5000. 

The Precision 3561 has been completely redesigned with reclaimed carbon fiber and bioplastics. It supports Intel Core and Xeon 6-core processors, and up to the T600 and T1200 NVIDIA graphics cards.

The company provided more details in this recent blog post about how creators can leverage the new hardware.


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