Dell Precision Workstations: 20 Years of More, Now for Less
Few products can boast performance improvements of 32,000 times over a lifetime, while dropping their cost by 18,000 times. But the Dell Precision workstation can. It’s the 20th anniversary of this #1-rated professional computing platform, with uses ranging from searching for oil to creating special effects for the some of the world’s most popular movies and TV shows.
If one thing sets the Precision workstation family apart from its PC cousins, it’s “more” — more CPU cores, more RAM, more storage, more of everything. Today’s Dell Precision workstations also offer 2,800 times the graphics performance and 240 times the memory bandwidth compared to their predecessors. And it’s all highly optimized for the heavy-duty computational demands of the world’s engineering, architecture, oil and gas, and media and entertainment industries.
For example, Precision workstations are designed and engineered with special cooling techniques and heat-dissipating materials to effectively manage the heat that their powerful CPUs generate. Then there’s the Dell Precision Optimizer that delivers the best ratio of power and performance to applications by adjusting the settings of many workstation components, such as CPU frequencies, RAM usage, graphics speed, storage, operating system, BIOS and software drivers.
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Via the fine folks at Dell