Dell has unveiled its new Precision 7000 series workstations based on Intel's Cascade Lake-SP Xeon Scalable processors that support a number of new hardware options. The new systems target a wide range of workloads, from content creation to scientific simulations, from artificial intelligence to healthcare, which hardware developers need to deliver to deliver unrivaled capabilities, performance and extensibility. The Precision 7800 systems are available in tower / desktop form factors, whereas the Precision 7900 workstations can be used locally as a tower or mounted in a rack (since they are 2U in size).
May Introduce the New System Precision 7820 and Precision 7920 machines are based on one or two Intel Xeon Scalable Cascade Lake SP CPUs, providing up to 56 physical cores that support AVX51
Most hardcore Precision 7920 configurations can support up to 3TB of DDR4 DRAM, up to 16TB of PCI / NVMe memory (that is, multiple M.2 and / or U.2 drives ( depending on the configuration) and up to 120/96 GB of storage space for ten 3.5-inch hard drives (ie, Dell has certified 12-TB hard drives with the new system.) Obviously, the workstations support all sorts of connectivity along with 5.25 – Custom FlexBays (which enable ODD (s) and / or special purpose I / O modules).
Given the capabilities of the new Dell Precision 7900 series workstations, you will no doubt need a sophisticated cooling system. Dell says its chassis of the 7900 Series features "intelligent, multi-channel thermal design" that allows "advanced cooling and acoustics." Dell will sometimes release the actual configurations of the new Precision 7000 series workstations in May The prices will obviously vary, but the ranked monsters will obviously cost tens of thousands of dollars.
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