Dell has given its XPS desktop a facelift, which results in a smaller and far more appealing case than the previous iteration. The biggest changes are easy to spot, including the fact that half of the front of the case is just a large air inlet to keep it cool. Dell also rearranged the front I / O panel, which consists of three USB 3.1 Type A Gen 1 ports, a USB 3.1 Type C Gen 1 port, a headphone jack, and an SD card slot. And as modern as it looks, it still contains a good old drive with the option to upgrade to a Blu-ray burner.
The big difference inside the new XPS desktop is the jump to Intel̵
Along with memory and memory, you can customize most of it to suit your needs and budget and support high-end CPUs like Intel’s Core i7-10700K and i9-10900K. Dell does not currently produce AMD versions of this computer. It declined to comment on future products, although they may come sometime because the previous iteration offered the option for an AMD or Intel processor.
For graphics, up to Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super or AMD’s Radeon RX 5700 XT GPUs are supported. Depending on the graphics card you choose, Dell will include either a 360 W or a 500 W power supply. In terms of bays and expansion slots, the XPS desktop supports up to two hard drives and two SSDs. It has four DIMM slots for additional RAM and a total of three PCIe slots (single-track, four-track, 16-track). .
The chassis is supplied in mineral white or night sky colors. According to Dell, this case has a capacity of 19 liters compared to 24 liters in the previous iteration. This is a metric that companies use to assess how much space is available for components rather than liquids. In terms of dimensions, the new XPS desktop with 14.45 x 12.13 x 6.65 inches is very compact. This is smaller than many microATX cases that you can find on the market if you are considering building a PC yourself.